Once I had planned and installed the solar panels and battery in my tiny-home/van, I was prepared to begin wiring everything up. Okay, maybe prepared is an overstatement. I was… eager, then. It was March, and I hoped to take it skiing at least once before the mountains closed. With short days and cold nights, I had a deadline to get the lights shining. In this post, I’ll cover how I...
The #VanLife underground turns cargo vans into tiny homes. As useful for camping as they are adept at hiding in a city, these vehicles now covertly inhabit the urban and rural landscapes.
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Spellbooks, magic wands, and steampunk control panels. This is the art of using technology for automation and delight. A mix of home automation, internet of things (IoT), and some aesthetic flourishes.
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The hardware behind the projects. Batteries, solar power, direct current. These are the trade of the electrical engineer, and part of any maker's toolkit. We've built everything from solar-powered off-grid electrical systems, to home-automation computers.
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The software that powers the various maker projects on this site, including open-source projects and various tools.
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