Selected projects from the blog

  • LED tiles

    Decorate your home with colorful, modular and affordable LED tiles. Fully 3D printable, easy to build and everything is Open Source.

  • 3D printed USB-C Eurorack power supply

    Power a small Eurorack from your computer or power bank.

  • LEET modular – a multifunctional Eurorack module

    LEET modular is versatile, easy to build, affordable and powerful. It is a multifunctional module that offers a variety of different functions and by patching several units, advanced sounds and music can be generated.  It’s entirely open source and hacking is encouraged.

  • SokoDay – easy to pick up, hard to put down.

    SokoDay is an addictive handheld gaming device providing daily Sokoban challenges.

  • 3DPCB Wi-Fi Ducky

    This is a 3D printed Wi-Fi version of the well-known USB Rubber Ducky hacking device (featured in Mr Robot). Inject keystrokes, set up a reverse shell, or install a payload to dump passwords, all from a distance.

  • LEET Synthesizer

    LEET is a stunning, modular & affordable ($6) MIDI synth for your favorite DAW. I have designed a keyboard, drum pad, chord keyboard, arpeggiator and a step sequencer all with RGB LEDs for playback visualization. They are easy to build and anyone with a 3D printer and basic soldering skills should be able to replicate them. Everything is open source and hacking is encouraged!

  • 3DPCB Keyboard

    Customizable 3d printed ortholinear keyboard with replaceable keycaps and QMK firmware.

  • 3DPCBoy – build your own handheld gaming platform

    3DPCBoy is a cute handheld Arduboy compatible gaming device that cost around $10, is easy to build and fun to play with. You do not need to order/etch or mill a custom PCB – since it is using a 3D Printed Circuit Board.

  • Developing 3DPCB – 3D Printed Circuit Board with lots of potential.

    Integrate electronics, circuit board and casing into one 3D printed part that can be replicated – easy, quick and cheap.

  • Cardiac – Recreating an educational paper computer from 1968

    CARDIAC (CARDboard Illustrative Aid to Computation) is a learning aid to understand how a computer operates. Building it is easy and can either be done by hand or with a CNC knife.

  • My First Brainfuck computer

    An ultra-small and low cost programmable computer for the masses

  • Nanino – the DIY friendly Arduino

    A minimalistic single sided Arduino compatible development board that is easy to make.