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Tutorial: BJTs as Transistor Switches

Transistors are electronic switches that are used to control things that would kill an Arduino, Raspberry Pi, or Beaglebone. There are two major types known as a BJT and MOSFET. This...

Tutorial: Super Simple Copper Etching – Sylvia’s Mini Maker Show

Did you ever want to upgrade your bread-boarded circuits to something more permanent? Or maybe you've got a hankering to make your own metal Jewellery? Today Sylvia will show you how...

Tutorial: How Touchscreen works

Here is a simple animated video explaining how touchscreens work.Courtesy:TheCuriousEngineerhttps://www.youtube.com/embed/FyCE2h_yjxI 

Tutorial: Mini Fume Extractor

In this video, the author will be creating a candy tin fume absorber that helps keep your surrounding air clean and your lungs healthy while soldering.Courtesy: Make: 

13 Places With Video Playlists And Text Tutorials On Android App Development

After the success of our recent article "5 Free E-books On Android Development!", we bring to you 13 places where you can find video and text tutorials to help you in...

How a Hard Drive works in Slow Motion

Inside a hard drive. Shot at 1000FPS.Courtesy: The Slow Mo Guys 

How To: Control circuits and homebuilt servos using an Arduino

This video demonstrates how to control circuits and servos using an Arduino.Courtesy: HomoFaciens 

Tutorial: USB Powered Mini AC

Make your own mini USB Air conditioner! All you need are some simple items to pull this off. A plastic box, some small fans, a USB cable and some ice.Courtesy: HouseholdHacker 

Tutorial: Voltage regulator & USB gadget charger circuit

This video covers the basics of linear voltage regulators - what they do, how to wire them up, and where to find them. Then I give a basic example of how...

Build an Electric Motor

This video demonstrates how to build a simple electric motor. Includes a discussion of some of the science behind electric motors.Courtesy: ScienceOnline