It turns out that more than just pictures of women and flashing animations can be found on the X10 website. [Jonathan] based his BobLight project around the MS14A X10 module.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.12.24 at 03:43
We’ve spent some serious time building robot chassis and motor controllers. [Whamodyne] does the smart thing and scavenges what he needs form cheap sources.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.12.24 at 03:24
This gun hunts only RFID tags. [mnt], who brought us laser gesture control, built this RFID Zapper but included so much more. Any good weapon has to sound mean, a feat he’s accomplished by incorporating an MP3 player into the rifle.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.12.24 at 02:55
When you are in the middle of the desert, pretty much every solution to a mechanical or electrical problem is a hack. [Sgt. M] who was deployed in Iraq sought out the help of radio guru [H.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.12.18 at 06:49
[Hunter Davis] is at it again, this time hacking the pink IM-ME to use as a wireless terminal. It sells for between $12-16 and he ordered it to get free shipping with another purchase.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.12.01 at 03:17
An exhibition just wrapping up at the Russian Frost Farmers Gallery in New Zealand presented an interactive artwork hack. Called the Radio Assisted Drawing Device (R.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.11.18 at 02:34
These days, HTPCs are becoming more and more common, however controlling the content elegantly can be a painfully annoying problem. Roteno Labs have come up with a wonderful solution they call the RFiDJ.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.11.11 at 05:00
We’ve received tips from a few different people about a new Bluetooth module that connects as a game cartridge for the Nintendo DS. This is a homebrew solution and not an official Nintendo add-on.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.10.22 at 07:37
As part of Nuit Blanche, Toronto’s annual community art event, the CN Tower’s lighting system got put to some creative use. Installed 2 years ago, the RGB LED-based system is composed of 1330 individually addressable lights lining the glass elevator shafts.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.10.04 at 13:39
In August we covered a wireless electricity presentation from the TED conference. Now Sony has put out a press release on their wireless flat panel television prototype.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.10.03 at 14:42