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Remotely Controlling Automobiles Via Insecure Dongles

Remotely Controlling Automobiles Via Insecure Dongles | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Automobiles are getting smarter and smarter. Nowadays many vehicles run on a mostly drive-by-wire system, meaning that a majority of the controls are electronically controlled. We're not just talking ...
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Buffer Board for raspberry

Buffer Board for raspberry | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

At the top left hand corner of the Pi is a 26 pin header labelled P1. It is here you can get access to logic signals that provide inputs and outputs to the computer.

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breadboard dreams » Bring Out Your Brains! – EEG Hacking Guide

EG, or electroencephalography, is the measurement of the brain’s electrical activity through sensors placed on the head. This activity manifests as electrical waves oscillating at different frequencies (as sound waves do, or even regular ocean waves). You’re producing many different frequencies of brainwaves at a time, and each frequency range is associated with certain types of mental activity, and tends to originate from certain areas of the brain.

 
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Donkey Kong Bartop Arcade Powered By RPi

Donkey Kong Bartop Arcade Powered By RPi | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
This New Year's Eve we were in the basement of my friend's house. My 15 year old son and I had brought the 16 inch tall Donkey Kong Bartop Arcade mac...
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The Nerd Watch

The Nerd Watch | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Hello! Welcome to another Other Machine project tutorial! I'm Sam DeRose, a former Other Machine Co. Summer Intern. I created The Nerd Watch last summ...
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Real-Time traffic state with Raspberry Pi in your car |

Real-Time traffic state with Raspberry Pi in your car | | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

 The goal
This will help to see the state of roads, in live, just need to load your favorite (urban or not) traffic map.

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Student Trolls Anti-Arduino Prof With Parasite MCU

Student Trolls Anti-Arduino Prof With Parasite MCU | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Like some of our grouchier readers, [PodeCoet]'s Digital Sub-Systems professor loathes everyone strapping an Arduino onto a project when something less powerful and ten times as complicated will do. O...
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Bringing A Legacy Pager Network Back to Life

Bringing A Legacy Pager Network Back to Life | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
[Jelmer] recently found his old pager in the middle of a move, and decided to fire it up to relive his fond memories of receiving a page. He soon discovered that the pager's number was no longer activ...
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Reflowing an Entire MacBook Pro

Reflowing an Entire MacBook Pro | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
[Sterling]'s MacBook Pro has a propensity to heat up at times. Some of this overheating is due to to what he uses his Mac for - gaming and making music. A larger part of this overheating is that this ...
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Boxing Trainer Uses DIY Force Sensors

Boxing Trainer Uses DIY Force Sensors | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
A team of Cornell students have designed and built their own electronic boxing trainer system. The product of their work is a game similar to Whack-A-Mole. There are five square pads organized roughly...
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HDMI Light V2 |

HDMI Light V2 | | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

It’s been over a year since I created the first version of my Ambilight clone, but I finally found the time to return to it and add some new features. I was originally planning on adding colour correction (to correct for the purple wall behind my TV) and output delay (to get perfect synchronisation with the TV), but I got a bit carried away and have added a whole raft of new stuff.

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Laser Midi Controller - (Laser Triggered Midi Keyboard)

Laser Midi Controller - (Laser Triggered Midi Keyboard) | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Project goal:Construct a laser triggered midi controller, using standard electric components and a recycled midi keyboard.Step 1.Find a recycled mid...
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Digital Ding Dong Ditch

Digital Ding Dong Ditch | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

Digital Ding Dong Ditch is a device I created to hack into and ring my best friend's wireless doorbell whenever I send a text message to the device. The best part of the device is that it causes my friend, without fail, to come outside, find no one, and go back in.

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Pinewood Derby Timer

Pinewood Derby Timer | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

The Pinewood Derby Timer (PDT) is an Arduino based track timer. The robust and flexible design allow the PDT to be easily constructed and modified to meet your specific needs. Features of the PDT include:

- Easily expandable from 1 to 6 lanes
- Supports (optional) solenoid start gate circuit
- Supports (optional) lane place/time digital displays
- Works standalone or can be interfaced to software running on a PC
- Supports lane masking, start gate status check, force end of race

Interfacing the PDT to software running on a PC allows races to be managed and allows you to record and archive car run times as you test and tune your Pinewood Derby car(s). Currently compatible with the following software:

- Free PD Test/Tune/Track (PDT3) software utility (see below)
- The popular Grand Prix Race Manager software

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USB-Keyboard with Arduino and V-USB library, an example

USB-Keyboard with Arduino and V-USB library, an example | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
This is another short example of a demo application that makes use of the V-USB library together with an Arduino. I show, how an USB keyboard functionality can be implemented. The motivation: The V...
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KeySweeper

KeySweeper | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

KeySweeper is a stealthy Arduino-based device, camouflaged as a functioning USB wall charger, that wirelessly and passively sniffs, decrypts, logs and reports back all keystrokes from any Microsoft wireless keyboards (which use a proprietary 2.4GHz RF protocol) in the area.

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FPGA computer and consoles

FPGA computer and consoles | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

This page lists various known FPGA (Verilog and/or VHDL) implementations of classic computers, game consoles and similar. All of these could potentially be ported to the MIST.

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iBling LED Necklace - Android Controlled

iBling LED Necklace - Android Controlled | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Time Lapse BuildVideo explaining the different power optionsMaterials: PIXEL Maker's Kit from Seeedstudio - $79 16x32 LED Matrix from ...
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kalshagar - Repair - Gameboy battery upgrade

kalshagar - Repair - Gameboy battery upgrade | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

I bought recently on yahoo auctions a set of 4 gameboys (1 brick, 2 colors and 1 pocket 1st gen) because I had a plan to hack them and I needed some guinea pigs. I have already 2 at home but ... well, it was a total of 1,500 JPY (10 euro w/ delivery) so. Got them yesterday morning, quick check: all working modulo the inevitable sticky buttons or gunk that went everywhere after 15 years. Dismantle, wash (water & soap), remove glue (ugly pokemon stickers) and marker (acetone), dry, reassemble. Working fine, nice looking and that vomiting man-sweat smell is gone (previous owner must have had very sweaty hands).

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Dual Porting a C64 Flash Cart

Dual Porting a C64 Flash Cart | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
The old cartridges for the Commodore 64 use EEPROMs to store their data, and the newer Flash carts use either a Flash chip or an SD card to put a whole bunch of games in a small plastic brick. [Stian]...
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Emulating a GameBoy Cartridge with an STM32F4. Part 1 · Dhole's blog

Emulating a GameBoy Cartridge with an STM32F4. Part 1 · Dhole's blog | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it

The following project consists on emulating the functionality of a GameBoy cartridge with the development board STM32F4. The system is fully functional and is able to emulate real cartridges (as well as homebrew games) of the type ROM Only and MBC1 (Memory Block Controller 1). In this post I will explain how I managed to achieve this.

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Electronic Glove Detects Sign Language

Electronic Glove Detects Sign Language | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
A team of Cornell students recently built a prototype electronic glove that can detect sign language and speak the characters out loud. The glove is designed to work with a variety of hand sizes, bu...
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Hobbit Sword Glows Blue, Vanquishes Unprotected Wifi

Hobbit Sword Glows Blue, Vanquishes Unprotected Wifi | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Whilst the original Sting glowed blue as a defensive alert, Spark's "WarSting" is all about aggression. The project hacks a toy Hobbit sword and teaches it to glow blue when vulnerable WiFi is detecte...
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Reverse Engineering Capcom’s Crypto CPU

Reverse Engineering Capcom’s Crypto CPU | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
There are a few old Capcom arcade titles - Pang, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, and Block Block - that are unlike anything else ever seen in the world of coin-ops. They're old, yes, but what makes these tit...
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IN-12 nixie clock

IN-12 nixie clock | Digital Electronics & DIY | Scoop.it
Ever since i discovered nixies i wanted to make a clock with them, but all the designs i found were for 4 or more nixies, required a custom power supp...
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