If you enjoy building small projects using electronics, you may be interested in a new project on Kickstarter crowdfun called HackEDA. HackEDA consists of reusable-sized pieces of electronic designs, that allows you to create your own custom electronic boards using a set of standard modules. Sounds pretty useful.
Learn How to Use a Multimeter for All Your DIY Electronics Projects
Multimeters are a vital part of any electronics project, but learning how to use one isn't as simple as it looks. Thankfully, the above video from Adafruit walks you through pretty much everything you need to know. More
We feature a lot of different DIY electronics projects on Lifehacker, but the barrier for entry might seem high at a glance. However, it's not nearly as difficult as it looks. Here's how to get started.