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DIY RFID Card Lock System

DIY RFID Card Lock System

Shawn McCombs built a DIY RFID Card Lock System for his office. The wiring is a bit quick and dirty but sometimes you just need to get things done.

Published: September 26th, 2014

Build a Custom Computer that is Theft Proof

Build a Custom Computer that is Theft Proof

If you have ever been the victim of a break in you know the sick feeling that someone was going through your belongings and helping themselves to what appealed to them.

Published: September 26th, 2014

Realtime GPS Vehicle Tracking Sends Data using GSM

Realtime GPS Vehicle Tracking Sends Data using GSM

  If you like the idea of having a GPS tracking device in your car to monitor the actual location of it there are some devices that you can simply purchase like the  SilverCloud we saw before.

Published: September 26th, 2014

Hacked Ericsson Cell Phone and Arduino Remote Control System

Hacked Ericsson Cell Phone and Arduino Remote Control System

Kostas Kokoras built a Hacked Ericsson Cell Phone and Arduino Remote Control System. Kostas broke out the Ericsson T65 cell phone serial port to allow him to connect it to the Arduino, nice of the Ericsson engineers to give us a usable serial port that is easy to access! The system looks for specific phone numbers and a certain number of rings to perform functions, this is a great idea since there would be no phone usage billing if the phone is just rung and no connection is made.

Published: September 26th, 2014

Inside the Commodore PET

Inside the Commodore PET

David Watts got his hands on a Commodore Pet computer. I have never seen under the hood before, and it is quite funny that the case actually opens like a hood on a car including the prop stick to keep it open.

Published: September 22nd, 2014

DIY Bluetooth Door Lock

DIY Bluetooth Door Lock

Want to make your own Bluetooth Door Lock? Just yank out the stock electronics and toss in some custom electronics along with some code (that you can modify) and you are off to the races.

Published: September 19th, 2014

Thermostat Remote Temperature Sensor Hack

Thermostat Remote Temperature Sensor Hack

  We all have thermostats in our houses but how often are they in a horrible place? You often want to place the temperature sensor in a different location than the control and display unit.

Published: September 19th, 2014

Cassette Tape with Hidden MP3 Player

Cassette Tape with Hidden MP3 Player

  Remember cassette tapes? These were small devices that held a spool of plastic covered in rust and allowed us to record audio onto,  if you were brave you would even store your Commodore 64 programs onto them.

Published: September 19th, 2014

Spooky Automatic Halloween Door Knocker

Spooky Automatic Halloween Door Knocker

There arent much details on this Spooky Automatic Halloween Door Knocker project by WAGfilms. But just by looking and his brief description we can get enough info to build our own.

Published: September 19th, 2014

Arduino based RGB LED Hard Drive Clock

Arduino based RGB LED Hard Drive Clock

If you are looking for a new desk clock, look no further than this Arduino based RGB LED Hard Drive Clock. Via: Dangerous Prototypes Used material: Arduino Uno, Tiny RTC modul, ULN 2003, IR diode and IR transistor (used like a sensor, more details in next steps) 4 pushbuttons (for controling the clock) TSOP4838 (allows us to control the clock with remote controler) Temperature sensor (DS18B20) RGB led strip Connectors, Paper, And of course and old hard disk with working motor.

Published: September 13th, 2014


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