When you build custom projects you eventually get to a point where you want to design a custom case for your product. If you are not interested in learning complicated and expensive CAD software, Tinkercad is the way to go. It’s super easy to learn and to use and it has all the basic features needed for designing custom enclosures for your electronic projects.Continue reading Introduction to Tinkercad and 3D printing
So another year is coming to an end and that means that it is time for the yearly nerdhut Christmas letter, which seems to have become a yearly tradition now. In this year’s letter I want to especially thank everybody who supported the blog throughout the year. Continue reading 2017: Another year in review
Due to the upcoming release of Skyrim VR this Friday (17th of November) I decided to get myself a PlayStation VR headset, which is the cheapest proper VR Headset currently available with prices starting at 350€ for just the Headset or 400€ for the starter kit which contains the Headset, two motion controllers and the PlayStation Camera. I wanted to share my experience with this system and tell you about some tips and tricks that I discovered during usage. Continue reading PlayStation VR Test and Review
Just a little off-topic article with video. I wanted to do this, since the game came out in 2008 and I’m currently working on a video that I want to release in 2018 ,as this article suggests, so I needed some recordings of me playing bowling in GTA IV and I thought to myself: “Why not try it now?”. So I tried it and here is the result. Enjoy!
I recently worked on a video that I plan to publish in 2018 and I had some shots left-over which are nice, but probably won’t make it into the final video. I decided to publish them in their own video (I also included some nice clips, that I actually want to include in the final video). Watch it here: