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Fan throttling for PS3 temperature control

Fan throttling for PS3 temperature control

This setup will let you monitor Play Station 3 temperatures and throttle the cooling fan accordingly. [Killerbug666] based the project around an Arduino board, and the majority of the details about his setup are shared as comments in the sketch that he embedded in his post.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.06.02 at 19:48

Wireless controller operates your CNC mill

Wireless controller operates your CNC mill

[Darrell Taylor] wanted to add a CNC control pendant to his mill but didn’t want to foot the bill which can often run several hundred dollars.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.05.28 at 22:51

PS3 controller spoofing advancing with leaps and bounds

Development has been progessing quite nicely on [Matlo's] PlayStation 3 controller spoofing project. This is a package that allows you to identify a PC as a PS3 controller.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.05.25 at 22:42

Automating Rock Band vocals

Automating Rock Band vocals

When it comes to Rock Band, our friends suck at singing. No, really. We’re cool with them beating on the drum set completely off-time, but the sound of them trying to sing “Tom Sawyer” makes us want to cut out our eardrums.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.05.12 at 05:12

AVR Gameboy Dumper

AVR Gameboy Dumper

[Kevan] has been hard at work latley developing a Gameboy cart dumper, and while there are a few loose ends to tie up, the device is functioning fine to build up his collection.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.05.10 at 08:58

Gitbrew brings OtherOS back to the PS3

Gitbrew brings OtherOS back to the PS3

Instead of simply watching the days pass by while the PSN network continues to be unavailable, why not do something useful with your PS3 console? [MS3FGX] wrote in to share some news regarding efforts to bring the OtherOS option back to the PS3.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.05.05 at 14:44

SCART hack automatically selects TV’s AV mode

SCART hack automatically selects TV’s AV mode

We’re sure there’s still a lot of folks using their original Xbox either for gaming or as an XBMC device. If you ever owned one yourself you’ll remember that you can’t turn it on with a remote control.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.04.26 at 17:47

Teaching children to walk using video games

Teaching children to walk using video games

Medical conditions that prevent individuals from being able to walk are difficult to handle, even more so if the patient happens to be a child. Shriner’s hospitals treat a good number of children suffering from cerebral palsy, spina bifida, or amputations.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.04.19 at 11:25

Geohot case settlement

Geohot case settlement

It looks like Sony and [George Hotz] have reached an out-of-court settlement in the case brought against the hacker who is more well-known as [Geohot].

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.04.12 at 16:54

Fan and vent holes prevent sweaty gaming hands

[Happy Dragon] grew tired of wiping moist palms on his pants during intense gaming sessions. To combat the issue he tried adding a fan to an Xbox 360 controller that he had sitting around.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.04.11 at 17:20


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