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Raspberry Pi acting as disk drive

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HardwareNice use of a Raspberry Pi: Video demo of the Pi acting as a disk drive for a Commodore 64. And the source code is on Github, under the GPL2 license. Very, very nice!
 
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3D printer: Simpson experimental Delta printer

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HardwareAnother interesting delta printer is the Simpson experimental Delta printer. Original design, large print volume - ingenious! Development forum.
 
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3D printer: 3DR RepRap Delta printer

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HardwareOver at http://richrap.blogspot.no/ you can read about the 3DR RepRap Delta printer, which is another open source 3D printer project. Nice! The source is on a Githubiverse page: RepRap 3DR Delta 3D Printer.
 
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3D printer: Tantillus

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HardwareTantillus is a portable open source 3D printer. The build area is (x)100mm x (y)100mm x (z)100mm. Size of the assembled printer is Laser cut version: 240mm x 240mm x 320mm, Printed version: 230mm x 230mm x 320mm. It uses 3mm filament, and PLA.
 
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45 Drives Storage Pod

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HardwareThe 45 Drives wiki has the information you need in order to build a storage pod with 45 drives in it (boot drive(s) not counted). The Storage Pod supports quite a few operating systems: CentOS, Debian (Stable), FreeNAS, Openfiler, and even a couple of Windows Server variants. An amazing amount of storage in a single rack-mounted chassis.
 
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Z80 computers

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HardwareA tiny Z80 based computer and the Z80_mini are two small computers built by a computer enthusiast. The first one has an IDE interface (use CF cards), and the second one has Forth built in. Nice!
 
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J1 - Forth cpu

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HardwareJ1 is a small (200 lines of Verilog) stack-based CPU, intended for FPGAs. A complete J1 with 16Kbytes of RAM fits easily on a small Xilinx FPGA. The Gameduino shield for an Arduino contains a modified J1 cpu.
 
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Open Compute Project

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HardwareThe Open Compute Project is Open-source hardware for the data center. Quite impressive.
 
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Cotton Candy from FXITech

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HardwareThe Cotton Candy (or Cstick) from Norwegian company FXITech is another very small computer on a stick. Compared to some others, this one appears to have decent hardware. Only time will tell if it will succeed. Currently, the only firmware available is a pre-release Android image, but Ubuntu is supposed to be released today.

One neat thing: the built-in "virtual host client" allows you to use the Cstick by just plugging it into your computer.

 
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OpenROV

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HardwareFrom the web site: OpenROV is a
 Do It Yourself telerobotics community centered around underwater exploration and education. We have developed a low-cost telerobotic submarine that can be built with mostly off-the-shelf parts.
The goal of OpenROV is to democratize exploration by allowing anyone to explore and study underwater environments.

Very cool!

 
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