Codemade Is A Big Collection Of Open-Source Electronics Projects

Codemade Is A Big Collection Of Open-Source Electronics Projects
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When it comes to tracking down DIY electronics project ideas, you have a lot of solid web sites out there. Codemade is a web app that gathers a bunch of those sources together.

Codemade is essentially a big repository of user-submitted open-source projects. This includes everything ranging from a Raspberry Pi-powered parking monitor to a hacked Teddy Ruxbin. Codemade is different than a site like Instructables though. It doesn’t actually host any of these guides, instead they come from all around the web (including a few from us). Codemade is more along the lines of something like Pinterest, so it works best as a source of inspiration for when you have a new DIY gadget but don’t know what to make of it.

Codemade [via The Next Web]