Go behind the scenes at Arduino to find out the story behind the hottest microcontroller releases of the year – the new version of the Uno, the line of MKR boards, and their very first FPGA. Hardware development has never been easier.
Connecting things you've made to the internet allows you to control them from anywhere and put yourself at the centre of an electro-mechanical hive mind. What are you waiting for? It's time to build your own Internet of Everything
We learn all about paper engineering and how to cut, fold and stick makes together with just a few sheets. To get you started, HackSpace mag issue 6 comes with a FREE paper automaton to cut-out and make (print edition only).
In HackSpace magazine issue 5 Limor Fried of Adafruit teaches us what it takes to make great hardware. We also find out everything there is to know about LEDs, convert a Dremel rotary tool into a table saw and much, much more:
This month in HackSpace magazine, we’re looking at wearable tech from fashionable LEDs to complex cosplay builds. We also chat with Guild of Makers head honcho Dr Lucy Rogers, discover the best displays to add to your electronics and much more:
In HackSpace magazine issue 3, we look at great builds you can make with parts salvaged from broken bits of technology, meet a group of makers working in disaster zones, learn how to 3D print textures onto you clothes and much more:
In HackSpace magazine issue two, we dive into the world of 3D printing, learn how Bristol Hackspace is helping Braille become more accessible, create the best looking goggles around, and uncover the art of the conference badge.
The first issue of HackSpace magazine is here! Join us as we explore thinking machines, build a trebuchet, learn how Arduino changed the world, see how far we can overclock a Raspberry Pi using liquid nitrogen, and much more…