Do you have a project you need help with? Often people contact me to ask if I can help them with their project. Even though I love new, exciting ideas – I have more than enough with my own projects and are rarely able to take on something else. So I usually say no. But […]
I started this blog in 2012 with the idea of being able to do what I love (electronics) while traveling.
Since then, I've traveled and lived all over the world. I've been to Mexico, Colombia, the US, Australia, China, Fiji, Germany, Singapore ++. And you can read about (or see videos) of these experiences here.
In this section, you can find articles related to my travels and the lifestyle of being a maker.
Last week I had the pleasure of interviewing Elias Bakken. He is not only a true master of electronics, he also masters the skill of mechanics. And I have to say I am jealous of his mechanical skills. He is a good friend of mine and my old partner, so I’ve seen many of the […]
A sound card oscilloscope might be exactly what you need if you are stuck in the frustrating “I don’t know what’s wrong with my circuit!” state. Oscilloscopes have helped me countless times when debugging both analog and digital circuits. But they tend to be expensive. So what to do?
I’ve just decided to leave everything and go to Mexico for a while. I have wanted to live in another country for a while now. Somewhere warm with nice beaches. A few weeks ago I started thinking about it again. And I realized
Chris from Pyroelectro loves to build projects with high coolness factor. He hopes he can become a capacitor one day.
Seeed Studio is a open source hardware facilitator based in China. In this interview they share a link to how to build your own cell phone.