From 3D printing to setting up house lights, from basic electronics to building a raid array on a linux server, our hosts love to "make stuff". This podcast is a way for Nate and Yannick to share with the audiance the things they are pationate about. Debriefing on past project, progress reports on current ones, and crazy ideas about future endeavours, along with reviews of pieces of hardware and software, are only a few of the things this podcast covers. Do you have a project you want to share ? Contact us and we'll have you on the show !
Godot, Leocad, and a Fidget Spinner
In this last episode before the summer break, Yannick talks about Godot, a game engine that is also a powerfull game editor, capable of building simple 2d platformers, or very complex 3d racing games, and everything in between. Nate talks about the new release of Leocad, and points us to the review he has writen […]
A swiss, an american, and a podcast
The guys are back ! After a year of hiatus, Yannick and Nate are back behind the mic, to record a new episode of Makers Corner. Yannick explains that more time means less time – go figure… -, Nate talks about the Pimiga project, and they both catch up on what they did during this […]
A garage, a plugin, and a failure
In this last episode of the backlog – yeah !!! -, recorded a year ago, the guys are joined by Eric Adams, to talk about the OBS NDI plugin, a nifty little plugin that allows a laptop – or any computer, really – to offload the task of encoding, streaming and recording to another beefier […]
Binding posts, power supply, and containers.
In this episode, recorded about a year ago, Yannick and Nate are joined by Wayne, host of the – now in hiatus – Binary Times podcast. They talk about a DIY power supply Wayne built. Then, they switch to computers and containers, with Wayne’s experience with Docker. Nate finishes the show by talking about his […]
All things Tasmota
On june 23, 2020, Nate and Yannick were joined by Avery to talk with him about Tasmota, an opensource firmware for ESP 8266 devices. And not just for the bare microcontroller itself, but for a lot of devices, 1971 at the time of writing ! Yannick had a super secret project that he didn’t want […]
LEGOs, Batteries, and Wooden Desk
Today, the guys have a guest ! Mark Murphy, from The Binary Times Audiocast, talks about his build of the LEGO International Space Station. Then, Nate explains how he frankenstein’d a battery from one brand to make it with the charger from another one. And finally, Yannick goes over the wooden desk he built for […]