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This time on Another Geek Moment, Kyle demonstrates how a specialized solenoid is used to latch and unlatch the lid on a plastic Pi(e) case using a Raspberry Pi, a magnetic sensor and a few custom circuits.
Kyle has been pretty good this year (if you ignore his countless pranks around the Digi-Key office) and he’s asking the red-suited guy for the :move Mini Buggy Kit from Kitronik.
Ashley is asking for AdaBox kits this year for the holidays.
Ashley’s wants the Airblock and mBot Ranger from Makeblock for the Holidays.
Kyle makes his plea to the red-suited guy for something extra special this holiday season.
The Resident Geeks build a automatic candy dispenser for Halloween with a scary secret.
Darren is a student at Arizona State University Poltechnic Campus and today he will be walking us through his infrared laser tag project.
Hayley is at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s makerspace putting the finishing touches on her GPS logging dog harness.
Ashley is at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s makerspace completing her NeoPixel Storm project.
Hayley is at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s makerspace assembling her solar backpack project from Adafruit.
Ashley is at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s makerspace assembling the Stumble-Bot project from Adafruit.
Darren is at the University of Wisconsin Madison’s makerspace with his weather globe project for this season of Another Geek Moment Summer Break Edition.
Kyle, one of The Resident Geeks at Digi-Key Electronics, puts together a laundry notification IoT project.
Digi-key unboxes the fully assembled Self-Balancing Robot Kit from Terasic and shows you how to get started.
On Another Geek Moment Ben walks us through a greenhouse monitoring solution keeping track of temperature, humidity, and CO2.
Kyle, one of The Resident Geeks at Digi-Key Electronics, develops a wireless solution to enhance the distance of his remote car starter.
Kathy and Kyle from Digi-Key Electronics are on the road to Austin, Texas to test the 7700 series cable from 3M using the LMX2594EVM from Texas Instruments.
The Resident Geeks from Digi-Key Electronics build a portable Qi Wireless Phone Charger.
Aaron from Digi-Key Electronics uses the Klein Pass-Thru Modular Crimper to quickly and accurately make a modular cable assembly.
The Resident Geeks from Digi-Key Electronics re-develop a project to prank one of their own.
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