Monthly Archives: November, 2016

Routout CNC – Free CAD/CAM Software

Routout CNC – Free CAD/CAM Software

#Routout #CNC is a free #CAD #CAM software. Within the Routout CNC Viewer software this will allow you to create FL files and import HPGL, DXF and G – Code files for editing or converting, from Corel Draw, AutoCAD etc. These files are then sent to the Routout Manager where they will be processed and sent down the LPT port to your potter / router.

Web URL: http://www.routoutcnc.com/routout.html

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Tutorial on How To Build a VR Web application in 15 minutes

#Tutorial on #HowTo Build a #VR Web application in 15 minutes

Build a VR app in 15 minutes with Linux

In 15 minutes, you can develop a virtual reality application and run it in a
web browser, on a VR headset, or with Google Daydream . The key is A-Frame , an open source toolkit built by the Mozilla VR Team . Read the guide on opensource.com

Wireless brain-spine interface that restores ability to walk in paralyzed monkeys

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Scientists restored locomotion in paralyzed primates using an implanted neural device regained the ability to walk within six days. After delivering a controlled burst of voltage at the right location, the neuroprosthetic device successfully interpreted and relayed brain activity to an electrode array placed below the injury on the spinal cord. Full mobility in those inflicted with partial lesions inflicted to the spinal cords was restored within three months — no therapy or external wires necessary; the device is self-contained.

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PoisonTap a hacking device built with Raspberry Pi Zero

#PoisonTap a #hacking device built with #RaspberryPi Zero

PoisonTap created by hacker and developer Samy Kamkar, can even break into password-protected computers, as long as there’s a browser open in the background.

All a hacker has to do is plug in the device and be patient. The worst part? It takes one minute, and basically, other than plugging it in and removing it, no other skills are required.

Built on a Raspberry Pi Zero microcomputer, once PoisonTap is plugged into a USB port, it emulates a network device and attacks all outbound connections by pretending to be the whole internet, tricking the computer to send all traffic to it. If that’s not alarming enough, after the device is positioned, it can steal the victim’s cookies, as long as they come from websites that don’t use HTTPS web encryption, according to Kamkar.

Important : After reading this article, you’ll think twice about going out to lunch while leaving your computer unattended at the office.

via electronicproducts.com

Notice: DIY-India.com site is ONLINE – Ready to Take Orders

#Notice: DIY-India.com site is online – Ready to Take Orders

After two week we are now back to operation.

Thanks for all makers, for your understanding and cooperation.

Now you can place orders in https://DIY-India.com/shop

Project – Loom Controlled with a Raspberry PI

#Loom Controlled with a #RaspberryPI

Fred Hoefler has automated a desktop loom with Raspberry Pi.

This page outlines a project that occupied about a year of my time; controlling a hand-weaving loom with a computer, a Raspberry PI. As with most projects, the idea for this arose out of necessity and a failed project.

Know more about the loom project

Guide on Proximity Sensors: Inductive, Capacitive, Photoelectric, and Ultrasonic

#Guide on Proximity #Sensors: Inductive, Capacitive, Photoelectric, and Ultrasonic

Proximity Sensor

Proximity sensors detect the presence or absence of objects using electromagnetic fields, light, and sound. There are many types, each suited to
specific applications and environments. Read the article

Notice: DIY-India.com site is offline

Since the Indian Govt. demonetization Rs 500 and Rs 1000. DIY-India.com website will be off for few more days till the situation becomes normal.

like every Indian we are facing issue.

  • Mainly not able to get 100,50, 20 and 10 Rupee Notes for transaction
  • Most of our employees are off
  • Our suppliers and fabricators are closed

During this time our support time will help you best in after purchase product support.

Sorry for the inconvenience. We hope the situation will be back to normal soon.

Note: To get the reopening of our website, please subscribe to this blog/online magazine, You will get mail once we are back.

64-bit Orange Pi PC 2 sells under $20

64-bit #OrangePi PC 2 now available for less than $20

Orange Pi 64-bit is $20

Open spec 64-bit Orange Pi PC 2 can run Linux or Android on a quad-core A53 Allwinner H5 SoC, and offers GbE, a 40-pin RPi compatible interface, and three USB host ports. Know more about Orange Pi PC 2 .

The 64-bit Orange Pi PC 2 is available at $19.98
You can buy in on Aliexpress for $23.33 including shipping

Git and GitHub Work flow for Open Source

#Git and #GitHub Workflow for #OpenSource

Version control system are becoming one of the main element in any project, here is simple video by #FreeCodeCamp on understanding Git.

Checkout the youtube video