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The Embroidered Computer | Irene PoschIrene Posch
The Embroidered Computer is an exploration into using historic gold embroidery materials and knowledge to craft a programmable 8 bit computer.
Solely built from a variety of metal threads, magnetic, glas and metal beads, and being inspired by traditional crafting routines and patterns, the piece questions the appearance of current digital and electronic technologies surrounding us, as well as our interaction with them.
computing  embroidery  art  electronics 
10 weeks ago by deusx
Building a Keyboard: Part 1 - Massively Parallel Procrastination
Finally reading @obra's "Building a Keyboard: Part 1", realizing I'm doing almost precisely the same things
diy  electronics  hardware  keyboard 
february 2016 by deusx
OSH Park ~ Welcome
We bring you high quality, lead free boards (ENIG finish), manufactured in the USA, and shipped for free to anywhere in the world.
diy  electronics  hardware 
august 2015 by deusx
MacBook Pro Retina LCD interface board - by ROZSNYO | digital cinema devices
Currently this board is in production and we have units IN STOCK !
- pricing $149 (USD, per board) - includes free shipping by your choice (registered post, FedEx)
diy  monitors  mac  retina  electronics  hacks 
august 2015 by deusx
UltraKeet Australia - Microcontrollers NOT ALLOWED (or how to troll your college instructor)
We'll be physically removing the 'core' of an SN74LS47N display driver, and replacing it with a PIC16F1503 microcontroller.
chip  electronics  funny  hardware 
january 2015 by deusx
artisan - Visual scope for coffee roasters - Google Project Hosting
Artisan is a software that helps coffee roasters record, analyze, and control roast profiles. When used in conjunction with a thermocouple data logger or a proportional–integral–derivative controller (PID controller), this software can automate the creation of roasting metrics to help make decisions that influence the final coffee flavor.
coffee  diy  roaster  electronics 
september 2014 by deusx
Replacing obsolete video game circuits with Xilinx CPLDs | EE Times
In this article, designer In Choi describes a project for his home business in which he replaces a defective part in a 1980s game system to show his full-time employer that they can adopt a methodology using Xilinx programmable devices to replace a range of parts that other semiconductor vendors are no longer producing.
vectrex  electronics  hacks 
august 2014 by deusx
Rocky's Boots (1982) (The Learning Company) : Free Streaming : Internet Archive
Rocky's Boots is an educational logic puzzle game by Warren Robinett and Leslie Grimm, published by The Learning Company in 1982. It was released for the Apple II, the CoCo, the Commodore 64 and the IBM PC. It was followed by a more difficult sequel, Robot Odyssey. It won Software of the Year awards from Learning Magazine (1983), Parent's Choice magazine (1983), and Infoworld magazine (1982, runner-up), and received the Gold Award (for selling 100,000 copies) from the Software Publishers Association. It was one of the first educational software products for personal computers to successfully use an interactive graphical simulation as a learning environment.
gaming  retro  design  electronics 
october 2013 by deusx
Yet Another Arduino 110v Power Controller
This Instructable shows you how to build a four-gang outlet box in which each outlet is controlled via an Arduino (or any other TTL level signals).

It differs from the other relay boxes in that it uses no circuit boards and has very few parts (one chip and 4 relays).
diy  electronics  arduino  hacks 
august 2013 by deusx
Ken Shirriff's blog: Tiny, cheap, and dangerous: Inside a (fake) iPhone charger
Stay away from super-cheap AC adapters built by mystery manufacturers. Spend the extra few dollars to get a brand-name AC adapter. It will be safer, produce less interference, and your device's touchscreen will perform better.
chargers  tech  hardware  usb  to:fb  apple  electronics  iphone 
july 2013 by deusx
Project Longhaul - KdN - Kokes dot Net
Once upon a time, a boy met a girl. Then a short amount of time later, the boy decided to design and build a ring for the girl, because doing things in the most complicated way possible is just what he does to show the love. This is that story.
to:fb  jewelry  leds  diy  electronics  art 
may 2013 by deusx
The Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
The SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) is a peripheral used to communicate between the AVR and other devices, like others AVRs, external EEPROMs, DACs, ADCs, etc. With this interface, you have one Master device which initiates and controls the communication, and one or more slaves who receive and transmit to the Master.
spi  electronics  diy  raspberrypi 
may 2013 by deusx
bcm2835: C library for Broadcom BCM 2835 as used in Raspberry Pi
This is a C library for Raspberry Pi (RPi). It provides access to GPIO and other IO functions on the Broadcom BCM 2835 chip, allowing access to the GPIO pins on the 26 pin IDE plug on the RPi board so you can control and interface with various external devices.
raspberrypi  raspi  c  diy  electronics 
may 2013 by deusx
Brian's Life: Getting SPI working on the Raspberry Pi
This post is the 'how to' on getting your SPI signals outputting from your Raspberry Pi.
raspberrypi  spi  diy  electronics 
may 2013 by deusx
SPI Command-line Utility for Raspberry Pi | iP Solutions
iP Solu­tions has cre­ated a Ser­ial Periph­eral Inter­face (SPI) command-line util­ity for the Rasp­berry Pi (www.raspberrypi.org) plat­form. The util­ity, spincl, is licensed under Open Source GNU GPLv3 and is being offered by iP Solu­tions as a free down­load with source included.
raspberrypi  electronics  diy  spi 
may 2013 by deusx
[Tut] – Using HD44780 based LCDs – JHD162A | Suhas's Blog
I finally dug out that LCD from the mess in my room and got it to work :) . Turns out , its really simple. You dont even need a microcontroller to do it.
electronics  diy  lcd  hacks 
may 2013 by deusx
Wiring the Cobbler to the LCD | Drive a 16x2 LCD with the Raspberry Pi | Adafruit Learning System
Whenever you come across a LCD that looks like it has 16 connectors it is most likely using a HD44780 controller. These devices provide the same pinouts making them relatively easy to work with. The LCD uses a parallel interface meaning that we will need many pins from our raspberry pi to control it. In this tutorial we will use 4 data pins (4-bit mode) and two control pins.
lcd  electronics  diy  raspberrypi 
may 2013 by deusx
Ben's Blog » μJoypad [+ ..]
A couple months ago I saw an article or video of the world’s largest game controller and thought to myself “I bet I could make the smallest” and so I did.
gaming  diy  electronics  nes  to:fb 
may 2013 by deusx
Arduino Playground - LCD3wires
This post is based on the work made previously by tomek in wiring LCD displays using 4 bits. The basic idea is to group the 7 pins that are needed to drive the LCD in only 3 using a shift register. This is a cheap alternative to serial LCDs.
electronics  arduino  diy  shiftregisters 
may 2013 by deusx
Introduction to 74HC595 shift register – Controlling 16 LEDs - Tutorials
This tutorial shows you how to control 16 LEDs with just 3 control lines. We do this by daisy chaining 74HC595 shift registers
electronics  diy  shiftregisters 
may 2013 by deusx
3-Wire Serial LCD using a Shift Register
HD44780 based character LCDs require at least 6 I/O lines from microcontroller to display data. Therefore, they are not suitable for low-pin microcontrollers like PIC12F series microchips. In this project, I am going to show how to drive an HD44780 based LCD display with only 3 pins of a microcontroller. I am going to demonstrate it with PIC12F683 microchip. The character data and command from the microcontroller is transferred serially to a shift register (74HC595), and the parallel output from the shift register is fed to LCD pins.
electronics  diy  raspberrypi  lcd 
may 2013 by deusx
mignev/shiftpi
ShiftPi is the easiest way to work with 74HC595 shift registers on your Raspberry Pi in Arduino style :)
raspberrypi  diy  electronics  shiftregisters 
may 2013 by deusx
Overview | Drive a 16x2 LCD with the Raspberry Pi | Adafruit Learning System
Adding a LCD to any project immediately kicks it up a notch. This tutorial explains how to connect a inexpensive HDD44780 compatible LCD to the raspberry pi using 6 GPIOs. While there are other ways to connect using I2C or the UART this is the most direct method that get right down to the bare metal.
raspberrypi  lcd  electronics  diy 
may 2013 by deusx
The $12 Gongkai Phone « bunnie's blog
Recently, I paid $12 at Mingtong Digital Mall for a complete phone, featuring quad-band GSM, Bluetooth, MP3 playback, and an OLED display plus keypad for the UI. Simple, but functional; nothing compared to a smartphone, but useful if you’re going out and worried about getting your primary phone wet or stolen.
to:fb  phones  gadgets  electronics  hardware  mobile  china 
april 2013 by deusx
Overview | MCP230xx GPIO Expander on the Raspberry Pi | Adafruit Learning System
While the Raspberry Pi packs and awful lot of punch for the price, and it's fairly flexible where HW expandability is concerned, there are situations where you might want a bit more basic digital IO. Thankfully, it's an easy problem to solve with an I2C-enabled device like the MCP23008 (for an extra 8 GPIO pins) or the MCP23017 (for an extra 16 GPIO pins). This tutorial will show you how you can get up and running quickly with either of these chips.
raspberrypi  electronics  io 
march 2013 by deusx
Turning the Raspberry Pi Into an FM Transmitter - Imperial College Robotics Society Wiki
Now connect a 20cm or so plain wire to GPIO 4 to act as an antenna, and tune an FM radio to 103.3Mhz
radio  raspberrypi  what  electronics  python 
march 2013 by deusx
Technical books online
I've found that most of the technical books published before about 1964 never had their copyrights renewed, so now are in the public domain. So I am endeavoring to digitize and post some selected books relating to the "vacuum tube age" of electronics here.
archives  books  electronics  diy 
march 2013 by deusx
Great Scott! DeLorean-Inspired Time Circuit Clock with Adafruit gear! « adafruit industries blog
From the moment these LED displays made an appearance on our weekly Ask an Engineer show, comparisons were being made to the DeLorean time circuit from the Back to the Future films. It was a moral imperative then to make a demo! If you’re handy with Arduino and some shop tools, you should be able to pull off something similar (better, even), or adapt the ideas to other projects. This was quickly built in fun, so please don’t expect the same level of polish as a finished product tutorial.
bttf  clocks  diy  hacks  electronics  arduino 
july 2012 by deusx
Tweet-a-Watt starter pack ID: 143 - $90.00 : Adafruit Industries, Unique & fun DIY electronics and kits
Tweet-a-Watt is a DIY wireless power monitoring system. The project uses an 'off the shelf' power monitor called the Kill-a-Watt and adds wireless reporting. Each plug transmits the power usage at that outlet to a central computer receiver. The receiver can then log, graph and report the data. This pack contains nearly everything* necessary to build a single outlet monitor and receiver. To monitor additional outlets, you will need an add-on transmitter pack. One outlet can monitor up to 1500 Watts.
tweetawatt  killawatt  wireless  diy  electronics 
may 2012 by deusx
SICKmods : Xbox1 > Power Eject Pinouts
A LOT of people are having the problem that the xbox turns on automatically when you plug in the power and then they must unplug it to turn it off. This is going to help most of those people I hope.
xbox  gaming  diy  repairs  electronics 
march 2012 by deusx
The Llamma's Game Console Forums • View topic - Trace Corrosion Repair Tutorial Part 2
It has been pointed out by chunkhead from the afterdawn.com and llama.com Forums that some X-Box motherboards have a corrosion problem on some traces.
This corrosion is due to some sort of contamination from the factory.
Due to this corrosion, it was found that some X-Boxes affected can produce the following symptoms:
(1) The X-Box fails to power down using the power on/off button on the front panel. The power cord has to be pulled out to shut it down.
(2) As soon as the power cord is plugged in, the X-Box powers up without pressing either the on/off or eject buttons.
(3) While the X-Box is on for a certain amount of time, it shuts down by itself for no reason. The time factor before shut down can vary wildly.
xbox  gaming  repairs  electronics  diy 
march 2012 by deusx
Project Log : Arduino USB - ProjectLogArduinoUSB
Project log for developing USB expansion shield for Arduino and associated code.
usb  arduino  hardware  electronics 
february 2012 by deusx
On Counterfeit Chips in US Military Hardware « bunnie's blog
Amendment 1092 to the Defense Authorization Act of 2012 is a well-intentioned but misguided provision outlining measures designed to reduce the prevalance of counterfeit chips in the US military supply chain.
electronics  suply  economics  us  military 
december 2011 by deusx
USB Host Shield 2.0 for Arduino « Circuits@Home
This is revision 2.0 of USB Host Shield. Thanks to new interface layout it is now compatible with more Arduinos – not only UNO and Duemilanove, but also big Mega and Mega 2560 work with Standard variant of this shield out of the box. No more SPI re-wiring and code modifications – just solder included stackable connectors (2×3 ICSP connector’s female side should be facing down), plug and play!
arduino  usb  electronics  wishlist 
august 2011 by deusx
LCD tutorial - making a 'shield'
This tutorial will show you how to solder together a shield for an LCD with a 8x2 header
arduino  diy  electronics  lcd 
august 2011 by deusx
Arduino Forum - Hue-controllable RGB LED lamp
The hardest part was converting HSB into RGB - the equations that I worked on from wikipedia are an absolute nightmare to translate into code (at least for me at this stage). I was about to give up when I saw this link, full of ready-made colour conversion functions: http://www.easyrgb.com/math.php?MATH=M21#text21.
arduino  code  electronics  color  rgb  hsv 
august 2011 by deusx
The Life of Kenneth: So You Want to Build Electronics
So here is a gigantic list of everything I would buy right now to replace my entire workshop if mine were to disappear. I'm going to try and separate it into some sort of reasonable order as far as importance, but the point is that you see all of this, and use it as inspiration to put together your own collection.
electronics  hacking  tinkering  wishlist 
june 2011 by deusx
Sensor tutorials - IR remote receiver/decoder tutorial
IR detectors are little microchips with a photocell that are tuned to listen to infrared light. They are almost always used for remote control detection - every TV and DVD player has one of these in the front to listen for the IR signal from the clicker. Inside the remote control is a matching IR LED, which emits IR pulses to tell the TV to turn on, off or change channels. IR light is not visible to the human eye, which means it takes a little more work to test a setup.
arduino  hacking  electronics  remote 
may 2011 by deusx
Audio Shield for Arduino
Adding quality audio to an electronic project is surprisingly difficult. People tend to end up either using low-quality ISD chips (you might get 8Khz sampling rate for 30seconds out of these, if you're lucky!) or mucking around with trying to control a CD or MP3 player. Although it's possible to generate audio direct from a microcontroller using a PWM output, the quality is often low and its hard to fit a lot of music in an EEPROM chip. You can buy an embedded MP3 player board, but they're either expensive or difficult to use!
arduino  audio  diy  electronics  hardware 
april 2011 by deusx
Arduino GPS System | Sean Carney's Website
"A fully functional GPS receiver with the ability to display the current location, heading, speed, average speed and maximum speed, the distance traveled, the bearing, distance and ETA for a way-point, and the date and time."
gps  android  electronics  hardware  from delicious
september 2010 by deusx
Bumble-B: Mini USB Development Kit | fletchtronics.net
"So you want to build USB enabled devices. Bumble-B is here to help!

It is a breakout board for Atmel's at90usb162 microcontroller, along with supporting hardware and USB connector. It is DIP-24/600mil shape, and works very well on a breadboard."
usb  bumbleb  electronics  amtel  gadgets  diy  bus  hack  make  from delicious
march 2010 by deusx
The Dead Battery Society
"Several arcade game manufacturers decided it would be a good idea to put a battery on their game boards that, when they die (and they will die), disable the game. Why they did this isn't exactly clear. Usually the way suicide batteries work is, the batteries supply power to a bit of RAM that holds a decryption table. This table is the key to decrypting the encrypted program stored in the board's ROMs. When the battery dies, this table goes away and the program code can no longer be decrypted. The CPU no longer has valid code to execute. The board stops working."
arcade  capcom  sega  suicidebattery  odd  electronics  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
Folding Plug System
"‘Folding Plug’ changes the shape form the normal U.K plug into a 10mm thickness object"
electricity  plugs  power  uk  awesome  product  design  electronics  innovation  from delicious
august 2009 by deusx
Big Mess o’ Wires » Wire-Wrap Photos
"I finished wiring the audio circuitry for BMOW yesterday, which marks the end of wiring for BMOW… for version 1 at least! I took the opportunity to reflect on my wire-wrapping odyssey, and took a bazillion photos of the namesake Big Mess o’ Wires before it disappears forever into an opaque case. It’s really quite a sight. There are 1253 wires with 2506 individually-wrapped connections, and I’ve got every one logged in a spreadsheet."
bmow  wirewrapping  hardware  electronics  computers  diy  homebrew 
may 2009 by deusx
Hidden USB Storage
"If you're like me, you may or may not have secret files plotting world domination and other devious deeds. These files obviously need to be hidden from the prying eyes of sisters, FBI agents, grandparents, etc. We are going to convert a phone jack in the wall into a secret USB memory device."
hacks  hardware  usb  nifty  electronics 
october 2008 by deusx
Main Page - Tgimboej
"The Great Internet Migratory Box Of Electronics Junk is a progressive lending library of electronic components. An internet meme in physical form halfway between P2P zip-archive sharing and a flea market. It arrives full of wonderful (and possibly useles
junk  gomi  electronics  boxes  chainletters  nifty 
june 2008 by deusx
IEC connector - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"IEC connector is the common name for the set of thirteen line sockets (called the connector in the specification) and thirteen panel plugs (called the inlet) defined by International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) specification IEC 60320 (formerly IEC
electronics  electricity  plugs  connectors  hardware 
june 2008 by deusx
Billions of electronic-eating 'crazy rasberry ants' invade Texas - Times Online
"It sounds like the plot of a farfetched science fiction movie. Unfortunately for the residents of Texas, it is very much a reality: billions of tiny reddish-brown ants have arrived onshore from a cargo ship and are hell-bent on eating anything electronic
ants  invasion  electronics  horror 
may 2008 by deusx
leah buechley - LilyPad Arduino - introduction
"The LilyPad Arduino is a set of sewable electronic components that let you build your own soft, interactive fashion."
arduino  lilypad  diy  electronics  gadgets  hardware  hacks 
march 2008 by deusx
DAK Industries 2000 - What Happened to DAK 1?
"For over 30 years DAK Industries 1 was the most exciting, informative place to find electronic breakthroughs to enhance our productivity and our leisure time activities. So, what could possibly have gone wrong? Read on."
dak  gadgets  electronics 
october 2007 by deusx
Essential Electronics for Software Folk
"Are you a programmer or computer enthusiast? Do you feel comfortable with methods, functions, and variables? Do you wish you knew more about how the computer made it all work?"
wishlist  books  hardware  electronics 
august 2007 by deusx
Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories - Circuitry Snacks
"Here we present what is arguably the tastiest way to design and learn about electronic circuits: make circuitry snacks!"
electronics  food  snacks  candy  cooking 
july 2007 by deusx
The MyCPU - Project: A homebrew computer by Dennis Kuschel
"The MyCPU is a "Central Processing Unit" that is completely built with discrete logic gates."
compsci  electronics  hardware  mycpu 
july 2007 by deusx
Joho the Blog: Physical DRM
"You forced me into stabbing your product with a carving knife. Is that really the sort of "initial user experience" you were hoping for?"
drm  electronics  gadgets 
march 2007 by deusx
Geekularity - Latest Project - Programmable Status Board
"I began to build this automated statusboard to help me monitor systems for me and my clients."
nifty  hacks  hardware  gadgets  electronics 
december 2006 by deusx
CHICAGO SUN-TIMES :: Andy Ihnatko :: Avoid the loony Zune
'"What are the things that users want and Apple refuses to provide?" Microsoft's colossal blunder was to knock the user out of that question and put the music industry in its place.'
zune  ipod  electronics  gadgets  reviews 
november 2006 by deusx
todbot blog ‽ Blog Archive ‽ Arduino, the Basic Stamp killer
"A new system called Arduino provides the benefits of the Basic Stamp at a greatly reduced cost, increased speed, and is entirely open-source."
hardware  hacks  embedded  electronics 
october 2006 by deusx

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