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Ben finishes his Raspberry Pi portable gaming device.
Ben gets to work on a Raspberry Pi gaming device you can take anywhere. In part one Ben gets the electronics working and installs MAME on the Raspberry Pi.
a week ago
Ben talks about different types of wire and shows you how to use them in your projects.
2 weeks ago
The Ben Heck Show is heading to Design West Expo!
3 weeks ago
This week, Ben introduces you to interfaces!
Ben runs through what it takes to build a pinball machine!
Ben builds a smart mailbox that let's you know when you've got mail.
The Ben Heck Show presents a public service announcement to help you avoid frying your electronics projects.
Ben shows you the basics of a PIC32 microcontroller and how to use it in your projects!
Ben builds a custom case for the Ultimate Combo Gaming System. After completing the project, he shows the combo system in action.
Ben continues work on his ultimate gaming system, modding the consoles in this episode!
Construction on the ultimate gaming system begins, as Ben takes apart a Wii U, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 to combine them into one video game mega console!
Ben shows you how to design and print 3D objects with AutoDesk 123D Design.
Ben takes apart a NES and gets to work modding the circuitry and building a new cartridge connector. Then, he sets the system up at home and plays games!
Ben continues working on the slot loading NES by building a loading mechanism and taking another crack at a custom cartridge connector.
Ben takes apart a NES and gets to work modding the circuitry and building a new cartridge connector.
Ben builds a fully functioning custom computer with AMD's Trinity APUs that can also launch rockets! He goes into detail on using MOSFETs and LED displays.
Ben shows you how to build your own AVR development board and how to use it in your projects.
Ben modifies the Squatch tracker into a robot that runs on logic gates. Ben explains what logic gates are and how to use them.