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A Typical Hardware Hobby Enthusiast is a Hacker when he starts learning, it is sometimes given the name of reverse engineering in another context. The Hardware Hobby Freelance hacker is better off, he is doing it for Learning and Education. Students should be given new and challenging projects in well equipped labs, to augment their skills and make them productive in their jobs from day one.

We all learn by breaking up things, to see how it works, then Fix things around Home etc. Later Create and Innovate perhaps, that's the way to go. To Invent something someday. Here are some people doing just that, inspire you to create useful things for your Home. We should never become over dependent on others for everything, this will erode our knowledge base, skills and freedom.

These circuits are not exactly hobby in that sense, it is a Instrumentation hobby circuits page.

Some were later improved and manufactured too, some remained a home project. Some ideas were given to others for manufacturing in their firms.

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MakerSpace and DIY Communities

Makerspace, Hackerspace or call them plain TinkerSpace, where youngsters take apart, fix, build Hardware, Software, Webware, Robots and Machines.


 

 

In the late nineties and the early 2000. There were Hobby DIY Groups, Ham Radio Groups and Learning Electronics Communities. Hackerspaces by function, may be as old as technology itself. People working in a garage or shop to learn skills or build-invent something, but with different names like "Metal Tinkering Club" etc..

Recently the people at Make created a more organized and sustainable movement, that is helping the "MakerSpace" Phenomenon Emerge - Makezine - MAKE brings the do-it-yourself mindset to all the technology in your life.

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Learning Embedded Systems

Things are easier than before, there is so much more you can do with this. Starting with a Embedded Project with Arduino type of uC is easy. A PC USB interface for testing your code. Analog Interface is good for trying out Measurement or Robotic Projects.

The Arduino makes Embedded Systems easy for a Student, DIY and Learning Electronics. Arduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on flexible, easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for artists, designers, hobbyists, and anyone interested in creating interactive objects or environments. Arduino Open-source Electronics Prototyping

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Learning Programming with DIY Computing

We now also have a tiny ARM SoC mini computer called Raspberry PI which helps you know how a computer works. Browse the Internet on your TV or learn coding in many programming languages.

(These ARM based devices power many of the small portable electronics we see today.)

Updated - Jan 2017


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