Friday in the lab Eric reviewed parts in a new electronics mailbag video. Lately the videos are getting demonetized so starting next week more videos may be posted to Patreon only.
Tuesday in the Lab Eric showed his upcoming Brain Computer interface. He has tested the BCI before in videos with great success. Stay tuned for full tutorials and testing coming up soon!
Friday on the MKME Lab YouTube channel we shared tips on electronics cleaning with alcohol and pump systems to make the work easier. This is a part of the ongoing videos series covering tips and tricks for electronics hobbyists. Next week we will have a new 360 virtual reality video out so stay tuned!
This week a winner was drawn for the Media Tek X20 single board computer on Patreon. The winner offered to pass the board on to another lucky Patreon supporter. So next week we will draw yet another winner from the supporter list. Stay tuned on the MKME Lab YouTube channel for more details.
On Tuesday in the Lab we took a look at a new robot chassis that will be used for upcoming projects. The frame we are converting is a childs ride-on Power Wheels car with 6 volt battery system. The power system will be converted to a 12 volt system with various supplies for Raspberry Pi and Arduino devices. Make sure you check out all the projects on the MKME website and join us in the Discord chat.
Controlling virtually anything with a simple Wemos D1 mini board (ESP8266) , a relay and an Amazon Echo Dot. DIY home automation CHEAP using the amazon Alexa voice service and a few parts! Join us on MKME Discord chat here: https://discord.gg/j9S4Fgv Remember to subscribe for more videos! https://goo.gl/2qaJ2U This is a full tutorial on how to use a cheap Wemos D1 Mini wifie board to control anything in your home with the Amazon Alexa enabled Echo Dot device. Using the…
Recently I updated my FlySky FSi6 transmitter with yet another new firmware. This is the one I’ve been waiting for! I now have fully functional flight timer with alarms and 3 more fully configurable alarms as well as full 10 channels. This is all on an under $50 transmitter. Simply amazing. WARNING! There is always a chance you can brick your radio. Only proceed if you can accept the risks. Important: If you use this firmware you need to bind…