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BobLight night light networking

BobLight night light networking

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

Cheap toy yields good parts

Cheap toy yields good parts

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

Terminate RFID tags

Terminate RFID tags

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

Static Bleeder

Static Bleeder

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

Pink wireless-terminal of wonder

Pink wireless-terminal of wonder

[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

Radio Assisted Drawing Device

Radio Assisted Drawing Device

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

Coaster Controlled HTPC

Coaster Controlled HTPC

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

Bluetooth cartridge for Nintendo DS

Bluetooth cartridge for Nintendo DS

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

CN Tower synced with techno

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

Sony’s wireless electricity offering

Sony’s wireless electricity offering

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


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