This is an archive of featured projects that I have either completed or found an interesting project that someone else has completed. There might be projects from forums I visit that should be highlighted, a website I frequent like Instructables, Hackaday, or just one I found randomly that I thought needed sharing.


Pi Hole

Pi-hole is a Linux network-level advertisement and Internet tracker blocking application which acts as a DNS sinkhole and optionally a DHCP server, intended for use on a private network. It is designed for low-power embedded devices with network capability, such as the Raspberry Pi, but supports any Linux machines.

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Putting an Afterburner on an electric ducted fan

Afterburners are commonly agreed to be the coolest feature of military fighter aircraft. Injecting raw fuel into the exhaust stream of a jet engine, afterburners are responsible for that red-hot flaming exhaust and the key to many aircraft achieving supersonic flight. [Integza] wanted to see if the same concept could be applied to an electric ducted fan, and set out to find out.

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Dyson Award for Emergency Medical Device for Stab Wounds

[Joseph Bentley] must be one of those people who sees opportunity in problems. He had several friends who were victims of knife attacks, so he developed REACT, a device that would allow police or other first responders to quickly help victims of stab wounds. The project won the Dyson award and you can see the video about it, below.

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Reflo Waffle: A dirt cheap reflow oven

This is a project I've been pursuing on and off for nearly 4 years: A small, portable, and dirt cheap (less than $25) reflow oven

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