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SiFive Is Bringing Open Source to the Chip Level

SiFive Is Bringing Open Source to the Chip Level

Source: Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers uses the RISC-V chip, has the same form factor as an Arduino Uno. Photo by Gareth Halfacree. Feature and banner images courtesy of SiFive The HiFive board There has been an upswell of interest in custom, open hardware...

Stealing Cars for 20 Bucks

Stealing Cars for 20 Bucks

Author: Pedro Umbelino / Source: Hackaday [Yingtao Zeng], [Qing Yang], and [Jun Li], a.k.a. the [UnicornTeam], developed the cheapest way so far to hack a passive keyless entry system, as found on some cars: around $22 in parts, give or take a buck. But...

5 Labs That Use 3D Printing for Biohacking Projects

5 Labs That Use 3D Printing for Biohacking Projects

Source: Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers The greatest bridge between the world of makers and the world of biohackers is probably the mighty 3D printer. The main difference is instead of using plastics, they’re using biomaterials to build three-dimensional...

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