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La Crosse weather station wireless data acquisition

La Crosse weather station wireless data acquisition

Hackaday reader [equinoxefr] posted some images to our flickr pool showing off some modifications he made (Google Translation) to his La Crosse WS2305 weather station.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.09.06 at 19:57

Lacross weather station wireless data acquisition

Lacross weather station wireless data acquisition

Hackaday reader [equinoxefr] posted some images to our flickr pool showing off some modifications he made (Google Translation) to his Lacross WS2305 weather station.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.09.06 at 06:56

Adding wireless controls to vintage stereo equipment

Adding wireless controls to vintage stereo equipment

[Jean] was shopping around for a vintage stereo receiver, and happened upon a broken, but repairable Marantz 4240. After getting things back to working order, he thought it would be great if he could use his iPhone to remotely control the unit (PDF Writeup, Schematics and Code).

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.08.19 at 21:25

RC transmitter does everything

RC transmitter does everything

[Demetris] sent in a tip about a project he’s working on: an Open Source Remote Control transmitter. This is one of the most impressive looking RC transmitters we’ve ever seen.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.07.19 at 22:46

FabLab helps the developing world set up long-distance wireless Ethernet

FabLab helps the developing world set up long-distance wireless Ethernet

The wooden frame seen above hosts a parabolic reflector making up one side of a wireless network link. This is a Fab Lab project called FabFi which uses common networking hardware to setup long-distance wireless Ethernet connections.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.07.12 at 17:36

Tweeting bird feeder keeps a picture record of all visitors

Tweeting bird feeder keeps a picture record of all visitors

If you weren’t aware, Adafruit Industries is sponsoring the “Make it Tweet” contest over at Instructables, and this Twitter-enabled bird feeder is [quasiben’s] entry into the competition.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.06.28 at 12:33

Launching model rockets wirelessly

Launching model rockets wirelessly

We love ballistic trajectories and the smell of black powder in the morning, so we’re really interested in the wireless rocket launch pad sent in by [Brent Strysko].

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.06.24 at 09:26

Wifi sniffing digital picture frame

Wifi sniffing digital picture frame

[AUTUIN] sent in a tip for his wifi sniffing digital picture frame. A soon-to-be-trashed Pentium II laptop was rescued from Free Geek Vancouver. A lot of coffee shops around Vancouver feature local art and free wifi, so [AUTUIN] decided to combine the two.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.06.13 at 16:46

Wifon is back and better than ever

Wifon is back and better than ever

Hackaday forum member [Emeryth] recently posted his newest creation, the Wifon 2. 0, which is an update to a project we featured last year. The second iteration of the device looks to make several improvements on the already solid concept.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.06.08 at 09:29

Hidden device distorts news on wireless networks, brews beer, is time machine

Hidden device distorts news on wireless networks, brews beer, is time machine

We covered the Newstweek, a wall-wart sized box that injects fake news stories over public WiFi connections last February, but now there’s a great walk through and it seems our doubts about this project were disproved.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2011.05.29 at 18:17


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