AI Makes Linux Do What You Mean, Not What You Say

AI Makes Linux Do What You Mean, Not What You Say

We are always envious of the Star Trek Enterprise computers. You can just sort of ask them a hazy question and they will — usually — figure out what you want. Even the automatic doors seemed to know the difference between someone walking into a turbolift...
Scientists Created Haunting Music From Spiderwebs

Scientists Created Haunting Music From Spiderwebs

If you don’t like spiders and spiderwebs, maybe don’t read this article. But if arachnids fascinate you, then you may be interested to know researchers have turned spiderwebs into music. It’s a virtual look into the world of spiders and the...
A HALO of LEDs for Every Ear

A HALO of LEDs for Every Ear

Few things get a Hackaday staffer excited like bunches of tiny LEDs. The smaller and denser the better, any form will do as long as we can get a macro shot or a video of a buttery smooth animation. This time we turn to [Sawaiz Syed] and [Open Kolibri] to deliver the...
Replacing an ESP8266 Clone with the Real Thing

Replacing an ESP8266 Clone with the Real Thing

The first time [konbaasiang] ordered some ceiling LED lights from Tuya, he was pleased to find they contained an ESP-12F that could easily be flashed with a different firmware. So when he ordered 30 more of them at a cost of nearly $900 USD, you can understand his...