If you are a regular viewer of this channel, you'll have noticed that I haven't published a video for a while now. And frankly I look a bit like Old Man Logan.
So much has happened recently that the Roundup of New Maker Products is split into two. This is all the rest of the stuff. So, go and hide your wallets!
So much has happened recently that the Roundup of New Maker Products is split into two. This is all the Crowd Funding and Tindie stuff. So, go and hide your wallets!
Aaaaand back in 3. 2. 1.
The first Weekly Roundup of the year and we're already seeing some really cool things happening in the SBC space. Oh and there's also some other cool things.
This week's Weekly Roundup, which hasn't really been weekly for the past month, we're seeing a fair amount of retro kit, FPGAs and SBCs. Basically a whole lot of stuff that is really cool that you didn't know you needed.
This week's Weekly Roundup is actually a little short, but we have FPGAs, SBCs and other cool things I've found in my travels on the interwebs.
This Week's Weekly Roundup of New Maker Products is pretty quiet. Combined with two back-to-back holidays in China and the great MLC shortage of 2018, I'm not surprised.
This is yet another Weekly Roundup of New Maker Products, but going back to the old time-slot of Wednesday. I'll be interleaving it with my other mid-week videos, so it's technically not a Weekly Roundup, but anyway… On with the show.
It's pretty quiet in this week's Weekly Roundup, especially on the Crowd Funding side, but we certainly do have wiffeys.
This week's roundup of new maker products looks at a bunch of new SBCs: Renegade Elite, ClearFog GT 8K, Banana Pi BPI-P2 Zero, BPI-R64, BPI-M2+ V1.2 & Khadas Edge. As well as the Google Edge TPU, and a bunch of cool things from Tindie.
I'm still in reno mode, so only a couple of quick things in this mailbag. The new EEVBlog 121GW multimeter, cheap spycam hacking, the failed WiFi temperature shower head and Unexpected Maker's WS2812 7 segment display.
The Weekly Roundup of New Maker Products returns after a bit of a hiatus and a lot has happened since my last one. In particular, something that will completely change the electronics Maker community.
This week's mailbag I'm looking at the Pirl charger, motor sliders and 6,720 LEDs from a dumpster.
A bit of a different mailbag this week. Containing a lot of bits and pieces for upcoming projects and other odds and ends.
Hi, this week's Weekly Roundup is a little short as I was pretty busy last week with contract work, and I promise… no more trumpets.
After 2 years and 200 videos. Time for another competition!
This week's Weekly Roundup there's a serious amount of new SBCs, as well as the usual AI boards and thankfully we're well past all those stupid robots that we saw last year.
I've got some pretty exciting news on a new SBC that's about to be released. Read on to find out what it is.
This week's MickMakeMail I'm cracking open the Big Clown IoT kit that was sent to me recently and a couple of AdaFruit 64x64 RGB panels. Just in time for a quick weekend project.
It's a pretty quiet Weekly Roundup, but there's still some cool stuff and yes… I need another haircut.
The new Cocoon Create Touch that's being sold by ALDI Australia has a lot going for it, but can it handle a noob in 3D printing? And where have all the 3D printing crazies gone to? I can certainly answer the first question!
After seeing my review of the ADSM201 microscope, the Andonstar guys sent me a review unit of their newer ADSM302 model. Find out what I thought of it.
In Weekly Roundup #51 we're taking a look at a bunch of new RK3399 SBCs, FPGAs and the world is still AI mad.
The first Weekly Roundup after Christmas! I have an incredibly messy desk and we're already seeing an explosion of SBCs hitting the market. There's also voice recognition, RF and other cool bits.
The last Weekly Roundup of the year and that means it's Christmas time. If you live up top, then Christmas is all about snow falling, wood fires and generally trying to get warm.
But I'm from down-under, where Christmas time is all about 50 degree heat waves, BBQs and trying to stay cool.
Woohoo! Now I can see if my fingernails are dirty with the Andonstar HDMI microscope.
This week's Weekly Roundup is chock full of SBCs and I'm not going to mention that word that flags my videos with YouTube as being inappropriate.
After a bit of a hiatus MickMake is back with another mailbag. This time there's some Tindie goodies for the winners of the MickMake/Tindie competition, also a GroupGets backed #LoFive, #IkaScope hi-res photo update and a short look at the #Rock64 and #BananaPiM2Berry.
Despite desperately needing a haircut and a shave, the Weekly Roundup is here. This time we have lots of SBCs. Really a whole bucket load and a couple of other interesting things.
So, who are the winners of the MickMake / Tindie competition? Find out here …
A bunch of goodies arrived. The IkaLogic guys sent me one of their IkaScopes to review, a bunch of Tindie goodies for the MickMake/Tindie competition and a few appliances that I really need to hack.
Yet another MickMake competition. This time my favourite source of electronics goodies, (Tindie), has provided the prizes.
Seems there's a new Information Technology video out! Wonder if it'll be funny? Speaking of Information Technology, Weekly Roundup #46 is here with a couple of new SBCs, interesting gossip and a bit of clowning around.
Not much coming in to the MickMake studios this week so I delve in to a 3D printer I received from BangGood a couple of weeks back.
This MickMakeMail has the NanoPi Duo from the friendly guys, SiFive from an older mailbag, the MetaMotionR from mbientlab and best of all a music player for dementia patients. Woohoo!
This week's Weekly Roundup is pretty quiet and a good thing too, since I'm up in the country for a bit of a break. I'm in the dog house at the moment, because I theoretically shouldn't be working this week.
This week's Weekly Roundup we're seeing gesture sensors, ESP32, SBCs, Vehicle OBD boards and buck converters.
This week's MickMake Mail has a bunch of stuff for a couple of planned projects; 3D printer from BangGood, Beelink AP34 from GearBest, DFRobot have sent me a bunch of kit, and then there's the HTTM capacitive touch sensors… A lot of them!
This week's Weekly Roundup is pretty special, because it's episode number 42! It also has FPGAs, SBCs, even more FPGAs and something that goes up to 11.
Another MickMake Mail! This time I have the #Rock64, #DLP2000, #VolksPC and a #FLiR dumpster dive! Sweet!
This week's Weekly Roundup is a bit quiet. A few SBCs from some new comers, motor drivers, power control boards, a rogue teapot and I know at least one of my subs is keeping track of how many times I say WiFi.
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