N&V July 2014
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  • MakerPlot — The DIY Software Kit ... Part 10 by Martin Hebel, John Gavlik
    Easily customize the look of your MakerPlot Interface “on the fly” to suit the needs of your particular application.
  • Giving Life to the Adafruit 32x32 RGB Matrix Panel by Theron Wierenga
    You’ll have a great time making a cool graphical display of Conway’s Game of Life with this colorful array.
  • Building Your Own PICAXE Download Cable by Tommy N. Tyler
    Ready to transfer a program from your computer to a PICAXE chip but don’t have the necessary (and sometimes pricey) USB cable? Well, now you do!
  • Build the Cat Away! by Alan Parekh
    Are your furry friends going places they shouldn’t? Help them to control themselves with this fun project.
  • Desktop Rocket Fireworks by Dave Prochnow
    Have a blast making this simple circuit with your kids to brighten up your desk all year round.


  • Techknowledgey by Jeff Eckert
    Events, Advances, and News
    Read about the tower of power, building your own gaming machine, free disposable email, plus some other cool stuff.
  • The Spin Zone by Jon McPhalen
    Getting Fancy With LANC
    Focus in on what can be accomplished with a LANC port, the Propeller, and a camcorder.
  • The Design Cycleby Fred Eady
    Learning Core Values
    In the previous Design Cycle offering, we walked around the 32-bit EVE support hardware. This time, we will put that hardware to work. By the time your eyes encounter the final period of the final sentence of this month's column, we will have written and verified all of the FT800 core firmware needed to drive our LCD panel.
  • Near Space by L. Paul Verhage
    The BalloonSat Extreme
    Sometimes a simple flight computer isn’t enough. With the Extreme, you’ll have enough memory for 15 separate near space experiments.
  • Smiley’s Workshop by Joe Pardue
    The Arduino Classroom. Arduino 101/Chapter 7: Analog Input — Part 2
    Dial into potentiometers, Ohm’s law, and circuits.

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