The STAR Makers at DIY Hacking are considered to be the premier Makers from around the World. They flaunt sturdy skills in hardware technology development, around the areas of: Internet of Things, rapid prototyping and much more. They help in disseminating knowledge based around open source projects and tutorials, and are firm supporters of the new Engineering Revolution!
Become a STAR Maker today by submitting a tutorial or project.
Geeve is a 15 year old proud Maker from India who wishes to help the society with his work. He works mainly on Arduino, Intel Edison, Galileo and is also passionate about Android. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of Geeve’s works:
1.Intel Edison tutorial for beginners.
2.Home Automation using Intel Edison.
3.Leap motion controller project.
Manas is an extremely talented school student from Kannur, Kerala who was the winner at the Raspberry Pi – Learn to Code competition hosted by the Kerala Government. Check out his blog featuring easy to follow tutorials: MIYmakers.com.
His work: DIY Arduino Weather Station.
Alok is a 14 year old maker from Kalamassery, Kerala. He loves emerging technologies and is basically an Android Developer. He loves DIYHacking.com and tries most of the projects posted here.
His work: DIY Raspberry Pi Web Server.
Aravind is a student at Federal Institute of Science and Technology and Mathew is from Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, both are STAR Makers at DIY Hacking.
His work: DIY Arduino Water Level Indicator.
Currently doing his BCA final year in Calicut University. He is a maker from Kerala, passionate on making things and IoT. Presently focusing on eco friendly technologies and AI devices. His inspiration has always been the work of Steve Jobs.
His work: Smart Cane for Assisting the Blind.
Sandheep hails from Kochi and is currently completing his Bachelors in Engineering at SCT College, Trivandrum. He is an expert in arduino and also offers training sessions. Contact: email@example.com
Some of Sandheep’s works:
1.Arduino Piezo Buzzer tutorial.
2.Choosing the best Arduino board.
Suraj is an electronics engineering student from the University of Mumbai. He is a Maker or a tech-crazy innovator passionate about electronics development. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
His work: DIY tutorial to make a PCB at home.
Nibodha is a Preferred Vacation Rentals Technology Partner. At Nibodha labs, they are actively involved in R&D to solve some of the challenges in Vacation Rental industry using IoT. Contact: email@example.com
Their work: Arduino PWM Lamp dimmer tutorial.
Mainly a UX/UI & Interaction Designer + Full Stack Developer with Rails +
Autodidact + Sketch Artist + Basketball fanatic
His work: Earthquake alarm system.
He is an avid technology enthusiast and has interests in computer science, robotics, aeromodelling, IoT and 3D printing. He has worked on a number of RC plane projects.
His work: RC plane building tutorial.
A highly skilled Maker from Gujarat, he has worked on many interesting projects.
His work: Modeling using Fibre cloth.
A Software Tester (Software Engineer) by profession, and a DIY & IoT enthusiast who is zealous to learn new technologies.
His work: DIY Laptop Cooler.
An Engineering student, tinkerer and maker, currently working on Brain Computer Interfaces!!
His work: DIY Hologram Tutorial.
A maker, technology enthusiast and also a musician. He builds projects that fuse music with technology and loves to share them with people.
His work: DIY Arduino Speakers.
Vinayan is an ardent hardware enthusiast and a maker. He is currently pursuing his degree in Computer Science from CUSAT.
His work: DIY LED Backpack: Hackpack.
Chal-Kaat(meaning lets cut in Hindi) is a direct manipulation of a DIY laser cutter that’s aware of the strokes being drawn on the workpiece.
Their work: DIY Laser Cutter: ChalKaat.
Sarvagnya is a 13 year old passionate maker from Thane, Mumbai with much experience in Arduino and Raspberry Pi. He is a tech enthusiast and has interests in robotics, IOT, 3d printing, coding and Rubik’s cube solving.
His work: DIY Arduino Audio Player.
Interns at DIY Hacking: Mohammed Ibrahim, Ashish Alex, Emil George,Vishnu Prakash, Akshay James.
Their work: Arduino robot tutorial.
Vinayan Hari and Chithambara Moorthii are students from the Cochin University of Science and Technology, they have been working on several interesting projects from the FabLabs in Kerala.
Their work: PCB milling tutorial using the Roland Modela.