This is the last weekend Enter your supporting technology project in the 2021 Hackaday AwardsThe goal is to find ways to make it easier to build or use electronic products.
Accessibility is an obvious way to meet this challenge. But you can also consider the reference design example in the data sheet. The manufacturer knows that you don’t want to reinvent the wheel to use their switch-mode power supply, so they will provide you with information on how to place it on the PCB and which parts to choose. Now accept this idea and execute it. This may be a modular design that can eliminate the magic of building electronic projects. But it can also be easily targeted to the end user-maybe laboratory equipment is usually expensive and requires expertise to operate, but you have reimagined it with most of the expertise built in.
Need more help to figure out what is going on? Let’s take a look at some of the projects that have been entered. Everywhere around us are devices with first-class cameras and dazzling screens, [Timo] Achieved It doesn’t take much to turn one into an inspection microscope, This is exactly the work done by 3D printing brackets and desk lamps.
[Alain] Use his electronic knowledge and the availability of cheap modules for his nonverbal son. PECS Communications Committee There is a grid of 16 images, each of which is a button for input. He pointed out that tablet applications exist for this, but durability and cost are two problems that his method helps to solve.
already have A large number of other outstanding entries for this round of Hackaday Awards, But it would not be complete without you. 10 people will be selected, each will receive 500 US dollars, and enter the finals with a grand prize of 25,000 US dollars. Start your project on Hackaday.io now and enter it using the drop-down menu on the left sidebar on the project page.
When the next round starts, you must wait until Monday morning. good luck!