It’s always embarrassing to be told your fly is down. Even moreso when you realize it’s been that way since you returned from the bathroom an hour ago. [Guy Dupont] has built a device to solve this awkward issue once and for all. (Nitter)

Smart Pants Sound Alarm When Your Fly Is Undone
Pictured: The Hall effect sensor and magnet attached to the zipper.

The pants contain a Hall effect sensor which has been attached inside the fly of the jeans, at the bottom of the zipper. The zipper pull itself was then fitted with a strong magnet, which triggers the sensor when the zipper is


Shopify POS is a flexible, customizable tool for brick-and-mortar retailers, thanks to the support of third-party apps. Apps are an easy and effective way to build and solve essential in-store and omnichannel tasks, and positively impact the merchant experience. Unlike traditional point-of-sale (POS) systems, apps are front and center of the Shopify POS experience, making it easier than ever to customize workflows to suit any business need. 

Now, with new POS UI extensions, you have the technology to extend the functionality of the Shopify platform like never before. POS UI extensions enable developers to write simple React or JavaScript/TypeScript code


[Nick Poole] shared his circuitous journey into the obscure world of homemade vacuum tubes on the Supercon 2022 stage. It began innocently enough when he saw [Usagi Electric]’s single bit computer vacuum tube computer, which uses dozens of vacuum tubes. He got to wondering, could you make vacuum-tube-like devices containing multiple elements? There are some examples, like the 256-bit memory Selectron tube from the 1950’s, but nothing general purpose like a 555 timer or quad NAND gate packages. Unencumbered by a deep understanding of how vacuum tubes work, [Nick] proceeds to fill this void by imagining Integrated Thermionic, a fictitious


Almost all entry-level physics courses, and even some well into a degree program, will have the student make some assumptions in order to avoid some complex topics later on. Most commonly this is something to the effect of “ignore the effects of wind resistance” which can make an otherwise simple question in math several orders of magnitude more difficult. At some point, though, wind resistance can’t be ignored any more like when building this remote-controlled car designed for extremely high speeds.

[Indeterminate Design] has been working on this project for a while now, and it’s quite a bit beyond


Augmented reality (AR) poses a huge opportunity for brands to create more engaging customer experiences online, address changing shopping behaviors, and boost conversion rates while reducing return rates—all at the same time.

AR ecommerce enables customers to virtually try on and test products through their digital device, which helps them make better purchasing decisions. For example, customers can preview what products such as furniture will look like in their homes or—in the case of clothing, jewelry, and beauty products—on their bodies before ordering them.

While AR has been around for a while, the technology has become easier to integrate, and


It’s evident that brands and retailers that effectively create personalized shopping experiences for individual customers can drive customer loyalty and increase sales. Customers are 76 percent more likely to consider buying from brands that personalize the consumer experience, according to a 2021 report by McKinsey & Company.

There are many ways to help your merchant clients personalize shopping experiences for their customers—but what strategies are actually successful? And, crucially, what mistakes should brands avoid when incorporating personalization into their ecommerce strategy?

For this article, we quizzed leading Shopify Partners and personalization experts for their insights into the biggest personalization


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