Getting a good view inside tight spaces usually involves some significant discomfort, or unqualified appliance disassembly. If you want to see what’s living in your crawlspace, or making noises in your car’s engine, you can pick up an Endoscopic Android Camera from the Boing Boing Store for $18.99.
This flexible camera snake uses your PC or any OTG- and UVC-capable Android device as a view screen. The cable is 1m long and totally waterproof, so you’ll be able to reach inside a wide variety of hard-to-reach spots. With resolution up to 720p HD, you can use it to monitor underwater, or set it up as a discreet security camera.
Webflow’s history of the web is a Bayeaux Tapestry of obsolete virtues and current vices, a superimposition of new and old bad things. It’s a clever and very 2017 way to market a web design app that lets normal people keep making worthwhile mistakes on the web — a gateway to free expression — as […]
My new favorite subreddit is r/techsupportgore, where people who fix computers post the nightmare scenarios they find themselves in. It’s not always the grand-guignol horror of Playstation 4 cockroach farms or, as pictured, loaves of solidly-baked dust. Some of them are subtle problems that can take a while to spot or which might even be […]
Telcos provide API access to your phone’s location, along with your name and address, writes Philip Neutstrom. With two links, to danalinc.com and payfone.com, he shows that these sites can access this data when your phone connects. The pages are demos for the API and serve some of the data provided back to the visitor. […]
That’s the question you’ll answer with the Adobe CC Lifetime Mastery Bundle. Adobe’s Creative Cloud is a quintessential part of any designer’s toolbox, and this bundle will teach you how to use it for everything from web design to motion graphics. This collection has over $300 worth of professional training, and you can name your price when […]
Who said LEGO® had to be ground bound? With The Force Flyers DIY Building Block Fly ‘n Drive Drone, you can turn LEGO® and other building-block creations into fully-functional flying machines. It’s available now in the Boing Boing Store for $32.99. This kit comes with everything you need for remote-controlled long distance flight, including a […]