This TRS-80 Model 100 is a lot more powerful than you might think. That’s because [Karl Lunt] is using it as an enclosure for his Raspberry Pi board.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.06.15 at 00:20
It’s entirely possible to use a computer without the aid of a mouse or trackpad. Shift and arrow keys will get you very far, but that is entirely too taxing.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.06.07 at 09:55
[Chris] has been going about his business, letting his interest guide him as it will. But always in the back of his mind is his Androcade project, and he’s spent the last year making improvements.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.06.07 at 09:32
[Dustin Evans] wanted to used his original NES controllers to play emulated games. The problem is he didn’t want to alter the classic hardware.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.06.01 at 13:49
Wow, this Augmented Reality technique looks like it works very well!
“Video results for an Augmented Reality tracking system.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2012.05.27 at 02:33
Most of our workplaces are built using wood, metal and plastic. Adding some plants can go a long way to make the space a bit more comfortable. Have a look at the Bio Computer over at Total Geekdom.
Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2012.05.27 at 01:07
[Viktor] is working on salvaging parts from a dead laptop. In his eyes the biggest gem to be had is the touchpad, so he set out to see if he could make the touchpad a standalone device.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.23 at 20:11
[ften] was having plenty of fun running Android on his HP Touchpad, but he soon discovered that the tablets micro USB port didnt provide enough juice to his peripherals when running in host mode.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.16 at 21:44
[Jean] wrote in eager to share his latest project, a standalone temperature logger with USB connectivity. Back in November, [Jean] found himself wanting a temperature logger that was roughly the size of a USB memory stick.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.15 at 17:49
[Andrew] got his hands on a Kingston Wi-Drive, and being the responsible Hackaday reader he is, spent the better part of a weekend figuring out how to get root on this shiny new toy
The Kingston Wi-Drive is a small battery-powered Flash drive with a wi-fi adapter in a small, compact case.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.12 at 16:59