Hack: How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into A Router

If you’ve been doing your Raspberry Pi 3 projects where you need to connect your ESP8266 modules to your Pi 3 for sensor data collection, chances are you might be using a separate access point to route your data. This article will show you how to eliminate the use of a router when accessing your […]

ESP8266 Projects: How to Send A Message From One ESP Module to Another

In this post, we will demonstrate how two ESP8266-12E modules can communicate with each other by sending a predefined message. The scope in this demonstration does not include talking about how to set up your Arduino IDE to program your module. It is also assumed that you have already programmed an ESP8266-XX before. The objective […]

A Comprehensive Guide in Designing a Minimalist ESP8266 Board

The ESP8266 Wi-Fi module has gained tremendous popularity over the last three years because of its compact size, affordability, and its compatibility with the Arduino software. Though it has many variants-i.e., from ESP-01 to ESP-14, all have the same general functionalities. What makes it so appealing is that it could be used as a slave […]

How to Make a Helmet Turn Signal That Is Controllable With Your Smart Phone

Everyone who owns a bicycle must always practice safety on the road, may he/she be a cycling enthusiast or just someone who commutes to school or work with a bike. A full gear, or at least a helmet, must be worn at all times in order to protect one’s self from a crash. Most of […]

How To Fabricate Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) At Home

Electrical engineers get to a point where they need to test the actual performance of their prototypes. Unfortunately here in the Philippines, there are virtually no PCB fabrication houses that offer fabrication, assembly, and testing. And hence your overly used and abused, stained, burnt breadboard would be the number choice when prototyping. However, a breadboard […]