Hackaday Podcast

Hackaday Editors take a look at all of the interesting uses of technology that pop up on the internet each week. Topics cover a wide range like bending consumer electronics to your will, designing circuit boards, building robots, writing software, 3D printing interesting objects, and using machine tools. Get your fix of geeky goodness from new episodes every Friday morning.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 52m. Bisher sind 154 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 5 days 14 hours 39 minutes

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episode 151: The Hackiest VR Glove, Plotting Boba Fett with Shoelaces, ECU Hacking, and Where Does Ammonia Come From?


Hackaday Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi are back again to talk about all the weird and wonderful stores from our corner of the tech world. Canon having to temporarily give up on chipping their toner cartridges due to...


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episode 150: Blackberry Runs Out of Juice, NODE has your pinouts, Rats learn DOOM, and 2021 is Done


Join Hackaday Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi as they ring in the New Year with the first podcast episode of 2022. We get the bad news out early for those still thumbing away at their Blackberries, then pivot into some of...


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episode 149: Happy New Year!


The Hackaday Podcast is in its second, and final, week of winter hibernation. So join me and special guest Tom Nardi in the first week of 2022 as we discuss the best of 2021 and the holiday season. 


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episode 149: No Podcast This Week, But What's That Sound!


The Podcast is in Holiday Mode this week, so keep on hacking (and reading Hackaday!) until we catch up again in 2022.


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episode 149: Ballerina Bot Balances, Flexures Track Cat Food, PCB Goes Under the Knife, and an ATtiny Does the 555


Newly ordained Hackaday editor-in-chief Elliot Williams and staff writer Dan Maloney jump behind the podcast mic to catch you up on all this week's essential hacks. We'll have a Bob Ross moment with an iPad, go to ridiculous lengths to avoid ordering...


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 2021-12-17  54m
 
 

episode 148: Pokemon Trades, Anniversary iPod Prototype, Stupid Satellite Tricks, and LED Strip Sensors


Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys get caught up on the week that was. People go to great lengths for video game saves, but this Pokemon hack that does hardware-based trade conversion between the Game Boy's Pokemon 2 and Pokemon 3 is...


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 2021-12-10  55m
 
 

episode 147: Animating Traces, Sucking and Climbing, Spinning Sails, and Squashing Images


Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams get caught up on the week that was. You probably know a ton of people who have a solar array at their home, but how many do you know that have built their own hydroelectric generation on property?...


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 2021-12-03  56m
 
 

episode 146: Dueling Trackballs, Next Level BEAM Robot, Take Control of Your Bench, and Green Programming


Postpone your holiday shopping and spend some quality time with editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams as they sift through the week in Hackaday. Which programming language is the greenest? How many trackballs can a mouse possibly have? And can a...


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 2021-11-26  58m
 
 

episode 145: Remoticon is On, Movie FX, Cold Plasma, and The Purest Silicon


With literally just hours to go before the 2021 Hackaday Remoticon kicks off, editors Tom Nardi and Elliot Williams still managed to find time to talk about some of the must-see stories from the last week. There's fairly heavyweight topics on the...


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 2021-11-19  50m
 
 

episode 144: Jigs Jigs Jigs, Faberge Mic, Paranomal Electronics, and a 60-Tube Nixie Clock


Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys get caught up on the week that was. Two builds are turning some heads this week; one uses 60 Nixie tube bar graphs to make a clock that looks like the sun's rays, the other is a 4096 RGB LED Cube...


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 2021-11-12  51m