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Classic VW bug stereo gets Bluetooth

Classic VW bug stereo gets Bluetooth

If any of you deal with older car fanatics, you’ll know that the original dash stereo is a coveted piece of equipment. If they haven’t been removed and replaced with something more modern over the years, they’re usually non functional.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.25 at 12:13

Getting great bootlegs with the bootlegMIC

Getting great bootlegs with the bootlegMIC

Go to any concert, show, or basement band practice, and you’ll find someone recording a bootleg. While these live recordings are sometimes fairly high quality, bootlegs recorded with a cell phone usually sound terrible.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.21 at 10:14

Scavenging from consumer electronics to make a flame-powered phone charger

[Gigafide] just finished building this flame-powered phone charger. The concept is not new. He grabbed a Peltier cooler and used the temperature differential between a flame and a heat sink to produce electricity used by the charger.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.05.19 at 04:53

AVRphone is a barebones touchscreen cellphone

AVRphone is a barebones touchscreen cellphone

This little device is a prototype cellphone based on the ATmega128 microcontroller (translated). It boasts a 2. 4″ touchscreen display which serves as the keypad, and uses the SIM100S module which takes care of the GSM radio communications.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.26 at 17:52

µPhone is small and home made

[Victor] popped up in the comments of yesterday’s DIy Cellphone to show off his own home made phone, the µPhone (google translated). [Victor] has put some effort into making this thing very compact.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.26 at 17:49

DIY cellphone

DIY cellphone

Here’s an interesting concept. Lets make a kit to build your own super simple cell phone. Thats basically what a group at the MIT media lab is proposing with this prototype.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.26 at 00:08

QArt codes, the better way to put picture in a QR code

[Russ Cox], current Googler and formerly of Bell Labs, posted an awesome guide to putting images in a QR code. Unlike this terrible attempt I wrote last August, [Russ]‘s method does much more than simply paste an image into a QR code and hope the error correction passes.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.13 at 18:15

Poking at the femtocell hardware in an AT&T Microcell

Here’s a picture of the internals of an AT&T Microcell. This hardware extends the cellular network by acting as its own cell tower and connecting to the network via a broadband connection.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.13 at 04:22

GSM modem means wireless serial connections

GSM modem means wireless serial connections

By now, most of us have seen have seen one of those GSM to wi-fi hotspot bridges. They’re interesting devices, and being able to carry a small wireless router with you at all times is very handy.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.06 at 21:57

Recorder controlled Snake game played on a Nokia 6110

Dig out an old cell phone, hit the dollar store for some plastic recorders, and build this sound controlled snake game for your next party. The project will be a snap for those comfortable working with microcontrollers, and a great learning experience if you’re looking to try your first Arduino project.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.04.04 at 00:21


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