I was sick of trying to bounce between all the different electronics sites each day and missing out on handy stuff- so I present you Maker News (mkme.org) All the news- none of the junk 🙂
I finally got around to making a specific group for Machine Learning.
Since machine learning is a very niche topic I decided to Facebook group might be the easiest way. I also have all my machine learning files on GitHub.
I’ve been testing out tiny ML with edge impulse in the Arduino board and so far it’s looking promising but I won’t know till more later this week how well it works.
Join here: Machine Learning | Facebook
This USB powered temperature controlled soldering iron actually works pretty well. The TS 800 might be a better choice but this is a lot cheaper and does the job just fine￼. I really like the non-temperature controlled USB soldering iron’s that are much cheaper but they don’t have temperature control and this one seems to do the job just great
Tue Nano VNA V2 is a fantastic tool for the job and is affordable enough just about everyone can afford it. N
Checking out the new maker kit from Swift IO which allows hobbyists and makers to use a powerful processor and run Swift programming language in their projects.
This is a new way to learn programming Swift language on some easy hardware. Check out the swift kit here: https://www.madmachine.io/swiftio
Gear I use in these videos➢ http://mkme.org/Gear
i.MX RT1052 Crossover Processor with Arm® Cortex®-M7 core @600MHz
Micro SD card slot, supporting standard and high capacity SD cards
Micro USB connector for power
On-board USB to UART for serial communication
46 GPIO on left and right edges
On-board GRB LED