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Hello and welcome, below is a list of some of the best free useful and educational websites, covering a range of topics and subjects including, Robotics, Computing, Microcontrollers, Moding, Hacking, Science and Education.
DIY Hacking, has a collection of open source DIY projects and will help you to start building your own projects for Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and Intel Edison. Each tutorial comes with detailed step by step instructions on how to build them. They are also accompanied with pictures and videos for better understanding. If you have any questions about a project, you can post them below the tutorials as comments and they will get back to you!
Instructables, is a website specializing in user-created and uploaded do-it-yourself projects, which other users can comment on and rate for quality. It was created by Eric Wilhelm and Saul Griffith and launched in August 2005. Instructables is dedicated to step-by-step collaboration among members to build a variety of projects. Users post instructions to their projects, usually accompanied by visual aids, and then interact through comment sections below each instructable step as well as in topic forums.
The Old Robots Web Site, is a very comprehensive list of mainly consumer robots mostly from the late 1970’s and early 1980’s to present day, as well as a few custom robots too. Ranging from small dinky style toy robots to the rear and impressive sized Omnibots series and everything in between including transformers etc, this site contains a lot of useful information, including original manuals and documents in downloadable formats such as pdf files, and is the number one, one stop shop for all your retro robot inquires / data. This site is also grate for checking information on retro robots, if you intend to purchases them on eBay / the web.
NB : They also have a really great YouTube channel called, you guessed it, The Old Robots.
Adafruit was founded in 2005 by MIT hacker & engineer, Limor “Ladyada” Fried. Her goal was to create the best place online for learning electronics and making the best designed products for makers of all ages and skill levels. Adafruit has grown to over 100+ employees in the heart of NYC with a 50,000+ sq ft. factory. Adafruit has expanded offerings to include tools, equipment, and electronics that Limor personally selects, tests, and approves before going in to the Adafruit store. Adafruit is a 100% woman owned company.
Hackaday, serves up Fresh Hacks Every Day from around the Internet. Their playful posts are the gold-standard in entertainment for engineers and engineering enthusiasts. The Hackaday team’s goal is to taking back the term “Hacking” which has been soured in the public mind according to their belief.
The Hackaday team believe hacking is an art form that uses something in a way in which it was not originally intended. This highly creative activity can be highly technical, simply clever, or both. Hackers bask in the glory of building it instead of buying it, repairing it rather than trashing it, and raiding their junk bins for new projects every time they can steal a few moments away.
Windows 93 is an online emulator remansent of Windows and other operating systems (OS’s) of the early 1990’s era, it was created by a pair of French hackers Jankenpopp and Zombectro. Windows 93 is a web-based operating system with a lot of insider internet jokes, parodies and MEMEs etc. However that said Windows 93 also comes with an impressive array of programs, application and multi media content that will entertain and educate.
The educational content is more historical as Windows 93 is an excellent example of how older operating systems worked and the look and feel of old applications etc. Some of the goodies awaiting users are functional emulators, MIDI players with one of the most impressive collections of MIDI music and the same can be said for the collection of ASCII art and a full version of Star wars (1977) in the form of an ASCII made move (A must watch for any Star Wars or ASCII fan) and a hole host of other treasures.
All About Circuits (AAC), since its founding in 2003, AAC has grown into one of the largest online electrical engineering communities. It is a positive, open community of engineers that enjoy sharing knowledge and ideas. The AAC community takes pride in educating electrical engineers as they grow their experience and knowledge.
Oldversion.com allows you to download full software for Windows, Mac, Linux and Android.
If you are looking to download free software for all popular platforms Oldversion.com is a free software downloads site that is comprised of old versions of games, drivers and programs. We enable online users to install the most well-known versions of computer games and programs, without paying a fee.
Oldversion.com’s mission is to assist computer users who are unable to continually upgrade their computer systems and provide a historical archive of software. Hence, our online platform consists of programs that date back to the ‘90s. In addition, all program downloads are 100 % legal and swift. They are also free from viruses and spyware and other threats. Easy to use, oldversion.com is a hassle free source for downloading programs.
DIY Physics Blog
DIY Physics Blog, is a blog dedicated to the advanced do-it-yourselfer interested in modern and quantum physics! The DIY Physics Blog Team are father an daughter :
David Prutchi who received his Ph.D. in Engineering from Tel-Aviv University in 1994, and then conducted post-doctoral research at Washington University. His area of expertise is the development of active implantable medical devices, and is currently the Vice President of Engineering at Impulse Dynamics, and his daughter :
Shanni R. Prutchi who is a high-school student at Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy in Bryn-Mawr, PA. As an avid science and engineering enthusiast, she conducts research with her father in the areas of Radio-Astronomy and Quantum Physics.
Together they are the co authors of the book “Exploring Quantum Physics through Hands-On Projects,” which will help you understand Quantum Physics through hands-on experiments that you can conduct at school or at home!
Tom’s Hardware is the leading destination for tech enthusiasts of all skill levels. Whether you are building a PC, buying a laptop or learning how to create robots with your kids, they have comprehensive editorial resources and a vibrant expert community to help you on your journey.
Tom’s Hardware has its name and roots in Dr Thomas Pabst, who was one of the first people to bring technology journalism to the internet, as early as 1996. Back in these early days, the site was still called “Tom’s Hardware and Performance Guide” and its domain was sysdoc.pair.com, pair.com being a Pittsburgh-based hosting company.
One of Tom’s Hardware’s journalistic milestones was Tom’s findings regarding the Intel Pentium III 1.13 GHz processor, which forced the chip company to postpone its launch by months. Since then, Tom’s Hardware has kept up the tradition with unrivalled scrutiny of technology.
Win World, was created in 2003 to serve a singular purpose, to preserve and share old software and the knowledge necessary to use that software as the sites create (Known as “Duff”) found that it was nigh-impossible to find reliable sites from which you could find and download collections of abandonware software.
EmuOS / Emupedia, the primary purpose is to serve as a nonprofit meta-resource hub and community for those interested mainly in video game preservation and computer history which aims to digitally collect, archive and preserve games and software to make them available online and accessible by a user-friendly UI that simulates several retro operating systems for educational purposes.
EmuOS collect content from a wide variety of systems no longer in production such as abandonware, shareware, freeware games websites and open source ports of old games that work in modern web browsers, they also use new games and software developed with modern web technologies using retro-style graphics, they revive old games and software by the use of emulation software.
The Engineers’ Tribune started as a group of engineers and technical writers who wanted to explore the ins and outs of technology as it affects today’s designs and components. After drumming up like-minded writers and thinkers, they have created a flourishing source of bleeding-edge technology commentary, electronics community research, and interviews with the engineers who are designing the future.
After launching in July of 2018, their aim is to further explore the intersection between human interest narratives and up-and-coming components, designs, and consumer products. They want to uncover the people behind the hardware, better understand their lives and habits, and knit together a community of knowledgeable engineers and technology enthusiasts.
The Engineers’ Tribune is always looking for technically talented engineers as well as engineers who write well and who want to tell their story and share unique thoughts on new developments in the electronics industry.
If you’re interested in joining their writing team, please send a brief bio, a few relevant writing samples, and a list of topics you’re interested in covering to email@example.com.
Electronics Point was founded in 2005 by a young electrical engineer located in the UK while at University. His efforts over the last decade have helped it become a community where members can discuss, advise and debate electronics-related topics.
Electronics Point looks to promote the community through technology commentary, community research, and interviews with the engineers who are designing the future. Electronics Point’s aim to explore up-and-coming components, designs, and consumer products and assess the pending progress of the industry as it relates to the hardware engineer. Electronics Point’s want to uncover the people behind the hardware, better understand their lives and habits, and knit together a community of big-picture thinkers.
My Abandonware was created in February 2009 as a revival of oldware.net. Over the years, thousands of games have been added to the site. The developers of Abandonware wanted to create the best video games museum on the web and let everyone around the world enjoy the incredible amount of great software created in the 80s and 90s.
Until now, the developers of Abandonware have focused their work on the DOS era, with some very rare titles found in the deep web, and some sent by our awesome visitors. More recent games and other platforms are available now. Enjoy!
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