Proud new Dad, James is obsessive about his Arduino and Oculus Rift.
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James's Latest Posts
What do you get if you combine WiFi technology with SD card storage? You get a wireless SD card, obviously. But what benefit does that actually offer?
We’ve purchased a budget LED projector to see if you can get that same big screen experience from something half the price. It cost just less than $400. Let’s see if it’s any good.
What is an Arduino and why should you care? In this video, I attempt to answer that question, and more.
South Park: Stick of Truth is a polished adventure role-play game, drawing from both JRPGs and point and click adventures of yesteryear. If you like the show, you will love this game.
For home automation, remote control or monitoring of your Arduino, Arduino Manager does it all.
We all know that the old SEO tricks don’t work anymore, so is all hope lost for eCommerce? Nope! Here are 5 actionable steps you can take.
You spend roughly one third of your life asleep, but you’re wasting it by passively dreaming.
In order to keep your Arduino in sync with the world around it, you’re going to need what’s called a “Real Time Clock module”. Here’s how use one.
Gaming is awesome: but sharing that with the world is even better. To do that, you’ll need some way of recording your antics. In today’s video, I’ll show the best way to record from a PC, a console, and even from an iPad.
The web is full of myths and disinformation on the Xbox One. Not all of it is harmless though – some of the “helpful tips” you’ll find will actually end up irrecoverably bricking your console. Don’t be a victim.
The Lemon KTV Karaoke player (KHP-8836) is available direct from China for around $350 plus shipping or from Amazon for $349.99 with free shipping, complete with a selection of English and Chinese songs.
For many of us, having a tidy set of device charger cables is but a pipe dream from a distant technological utopia. Some magnets, metal and glue is all you need.
Presents you make yourself are a thousand times more meaningful than some store-bought rubbish. So here are 5 awesomely geeky projects to have a go at – even if you’re not so talented at crafting.
In a time gone by, multiplayer gaming basically meant gathering some friends round your house. For the console gamers it was huddled round a split screen, but those able to lug around huge PCs had a glorious few years of LAN parties.