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Microsoft Secures IoT from the Microcontroller Up

Microsoft Secures IoT from the Microcontroller Up

Author: Drew Risinger / Source: Hackaday Frustrated by the glut of unsecured IoT devices? So are Microsoft. And they’re using custom Linux and hardware to do something about it. Microsoft have announced a new ecosystem for secure IoT devices called “Azure...

Laser Galvo Control via Microcontroller’s DAC

Laser Galvo Control via Microcontroller’s DAC

Author: Donald Papp / Source: Hackaday Mirror galvanometers (‘galvos’ for short) are the worky bits in a laser projector; they are capable of twisting a mirror extremely quickly and accurately. With two of them, a laser beam may be steered in X and Y to form...

Hacking an Inspection Microscope

Hacking an Inspection Microscope

Author: Elliot Williams / Source: Hackaday Sometimes I need to be able to take photographs of very small things, and the so-called macro mode on my point-and-shoot camera just won’t cut it. And it never hurts to have an inspection scope on hand for tiny...

Homemade Computer from 1970s Chips

Homemade Computer from 1970s Chips

Author: Bryan Cockfield / Source: Hackaday Sometimes it starts with a 555 timer and an op-amp. Other times with a small microcontroller. But the timing’s not so great and needs a dedicated timing crystal circuit. And maybe some more memory, and maybe the...

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