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Atari 65XE as USB keyboard
Making retro Atari 65XE as USB-keyboard for a modern computer. And it will leave the opportunity to use this Atari in the native mode. Arduino Leonardo is used for connect the Atari's keyboard to an USB. With an UNIX this keyboard will works without any restrictions.
atari  retro  hardware  hacks  diy 
4 days ago by deusx
My Rust Powered e-Paper Badge - by Wesley Moore
I built a digital conference badge to take to the conference. It used a tri-colour e-Paper display and was powered by a Rust program I built running on Raspbian Linux.
raspi  badge  epaper  diy  hacks 
7 weeks ago by deusx
Make your own S-Video for your 8-bit card easily and quickly - Atari 8-Bit Computers - AtariAge Forums
Heres how you can make your own top quality S-Video video board for almost any Atari 8 bit. It uses few parts and would take minutes to install.
atari  retro  diy  hacks  hardware  projects 
9 weeks ago by deusx
OSH Park ~ Atari SIO23v3
The board fits like an edge connector in between the two rows of pins in the Atari SIO port and is modeled after the Atari8Warez “Poor Mans SIO Cable”. The side labeled “SIO23V3” is the top/up side.
atari  diy  hacks  hardware  sio 
january 2018 by deusx
SIO2PI -> Raspberry Pi as a floppy - Atari 8-Bit Computers - AtariAge Forums
The Raspberry Pi is a small and inexpensive computer that can also emulate ATARI floppies.
atari  diy  hacks  raspi  hardware 
january 2018 by deusx
tapDancer Virtual Datasette - Android Apps on Google Play
tapDancer converts archives of vintage games and other software into audio waveforms that your classic 1980's-era computer(s) can understand and plays them back, allowing you to once again use these programs on your cherished system(s) using your mobile Android device, and a tape-interface cable or CD-to-cassette adaptor (depending on the computer.)
c64  hacks  retro 
august 2016 by deusx
Modifying a Datassette for audio in - the rift conspiracy
It's possible to load tape games into a Commodore 64 using a mobile phone or mp3 players.
c64  hacks  hardware  retro 
august 2016 by deusx
Add a Speaker to PocketC.H.I.P. in Less Than 20 Minutes — Blog. by Next Thing
Adding a speaker to PocketC.H.I.P. is a great way to start extending its hardware.
pocketchip  diy  hacks  hardware  audio 
august 2016 by deusx
We make the chips for your DIY Synthesizer!
hardware  audio  music  sound  diy  hacks  synth 
february 2016 by deusx
Fun With Teensy - Security SiftSecurity Sift
I’ve been wanting to write about the Teensy and its application in security testing or some time now. It’s extremely useful for executing scripts on a target machine without the need for human-to-keyboard interaction. It can be used to bypass auto-run, AV
teensy  security  usb  hacks 
february 2016 by deusx
Keyboard Layout Editor is a web application that enables the editing of keyboard-layouts, i.e., the position and appearance of each physical key.
keyboard  cad  diy  hacks 
february 2016 by deusx
Finished IBM Model M SSSK Mod - Album on Imgur
Carving an IBM Model M down to roughly 60% size
diy  hardware  keyboards  modelm  hacks 
february 2016 by deusx
IBM Model M USB Controller · antonizoon/ Wiki
this project aims to build, test, and mass produce a Teensy/Arduino USB Keyboard controller, for use as a drop in replacement into any IBM Buckling Spring keyboard.
diy  hacks  hardware  keyboards 
february 2016 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
Commodore 1702 s-video mod
these days you won't find anything that outputs s-video via two RCA cables. I've seen people make adapters from the standard 4 pin s-video plug to 2 RCA connectors, but I think I have a better solution.
svideo  commodore  monitors  hardware  diy  hacks 
july 2015 by deusx
Add Kodi (XBMC) Icon to Fire TV's Home Screen | Sideload Fire TV
This tutorial will show you how to add a Kodi (XBMC) icon shortcut to the main menu. You can now access Kodi (XBMC) from the home screen. No root required. Normally, you would have to go to through the Settings menu to access the app.
amazon  fire  hacks  xbmc  kodi 
march 2015 by deusx
ifttt-webhook · Abhay Rana
A webhook middleware for the service
hacks  ifttt  webdev 
december 2014 by deusx
Renegade BBS in Ubuntu Linux - Telnet|Multi-Node
There are many open source BBS resources out there for Linux, but I came up short in finding anything even remotely mentioning renegade and Linux in the same sentence. This left me feeling nostalgically challenged so I set out to find a way to run a telnet multi-node Renegade BBS from my Ubuntu system. In this instructable, I will show you how I achieved this and hopefully inspire some much needed creative improvements as well.
bbs  linux  telnet  hacks  dos  renegade 
november 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
Insentricity :: Making a Raspberry Pi into an unified retro peripheral ::
If you've been following along here or on Twitter or Google+ you've no doubt seen the experimenting I've been doing with interfacing a Raspberry Pi in various ways with several retro computers like the Atari 800 and Commodore 64. My first project was using the Raspberry Pi to act as a converter for a USB gamepad to turn it into an Atari 2600 style joystick.
raspi  retro  raspberrypi  diy  hacks 
may 2014 by deusx
Push reveal.js notes into the console
Reveal.addEventListener( 'slidechanged', function( event ) {
// event.previousSlide, event.currentSlide, event.indexh, event.indexv
var notes = event.currentSlide.querySelector(".notes");
if(notes) {\n\s+/g,'\n')
reveal  webdev  presenations  hacks 
may 2014 by deusx
Cheap, overkill Amiga network adapter -
Since the Raspberry Pi was just sitting there, and the Amiga lacked (*) a network adapter - why not just connect the dots and get something up and running? I did, and it worked. Here's a quick writeup on what I did - if anyone's interested I can write a more detailed post with all the information I have.
amiga  raspberrypi  hardware  diy  hacks  networking 
may 2014 by deusx
How to add a Mini USB connector to your DS Lite
I've been noticing more and more consumer gadgets(Phones/MP3 players) are making use of a Mini USB plugs connect to their charger. I figured why not try adding it to my DS Lite. As it turns out it's a fairly straight foward hack as the pinout and spacing are almost identical between the two connectors.
nintendo  ds  hacks  usb 
march 2014 by deusx
How to Choose an LCD Screen For Your Raspberry Pi Media Panel
This guide talks about how we selected LCD screens for the Raspberry Pi media panels we are building. A media panel is a new and different class of computing appliance.
raspi  diy  lcd  hacks  hardware 
january 2014 by deusx
Novena Main Page - Studio Kousagi Wiki
Novena is the codename for an open computing platform. It is a work in progress, but nearing a point where we think it could be viable for public release.
hardware  diy  hacks  laptops  embedded  opensource 
january 2014 by deusx
On Hacking MicroSD Cards « bunnie's blog
An Arduino, with its 8-bit 16 MHz microcontroller, will set you back around $20. A microSD card with several gigabytes of memory and a microcontroller with several times the performance could be purchased for a fraction of the price.
hacking  hardware  diy  to:fb  memory  security  hacks 
december 2013 by deusx
The goal was to produce the source code for a raytracer...that would fit on the back of a business card.
programming  graphics  hacks  challenges  raytracing  3d 
september 2013 by deusx
BearDuino: Hacking Teddy Ruxpin with Arduino | Ars Technica
The BearDuino is a hardware-hacked Teddy Ruxpin—the infamous animatronic talking story-time teddy bear unleashed in all its uncanniness on the world in the 1980s—that has been turned into a kit for use with an Arduino microcontroller, ready for would-be makers to use for good or evil.
hacks  diy  arduino  retro  teddyruxpin 
august 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
Loper OS » MicroWriter Redux.
I have decided to publish some of my “archaeological” work from last year on Cy Endfield’s MicroWriter. The original objective was to produce a cycle-accurate emulator. I do not currently have the free time to complete this project, so I will post my results here for anyone who might care to pick up the torch. Click on some of the images to see the full-resolution version.
keyboards  hardware  microwriter  hacks 
august 2013 by deusx
PirateBox by David Darts
PirateBox is a self-contained mobile communication and file sharing device. Simply turn it on to transform any space into a free and open communications and file sharing network.
tech  piratebox  net  communication  wifi  router  hacks 
august 2013 by deusx
Hard-Coded Bluetooth PIN Vulnerability in LIXIL Satis Toilet
Attackers could cause the unit to unexpectedly open/close the lid, activate bidet or air-dry functions, causing discomfort or distress to user.
hacks  security  toilets  to:fb 
august 2013 by deusx
Mini Arcade featuring slideshow | Dave Nunez's Blog v2.0
Steve and I had talked about making a tiny arcade machine for his little chibi Street Fighter guys (street fighter guys fighting each other but in their own game – very meta).
to:fb  diy  arcade  nifty  hacks  tech 
july 2013 by deusx
Paper ROM
This low-resolution memory device packs in just a few bytes of data. But it’s enough to spell out [Michael Kohn's] name. He’s been experimenting with using paper discs for data storage.
tech  nifty  hacks  diy 
july 2013 by deusx
Make a plug hub for your Macbook - the future needs fixing - sugru
I love my Macbook, but I hate connecting and disconnecting 5 cables over and over again when I need to leave my desk. sugru to the rescue!
to:fb  sugru  apple  mac  hacks  diy 
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
Disable the 'stupid' thumbnails generation on Synology NAS | Linux and Unix tips
In order to stop the automatic generation of thumbnails in your photos and movies directories, and also stopping your CPU + hard drive to be used non stop for these tasks for days and days...
synology  nas  hacks 
april 2013 by deusx
Tuning your Synology NAS for speed | Jeffrey Costa
If you own a Synology NAS device at home, you know its an incredible machine for the money. However, it likely has a small amount of RAM (mine has 256MB) and that poses a problem. I have found that if you are not using many of the programs (Disk Station, iTunes server, File Station, etc…), you can free up a great deal of RAM by disabling unused services. This gives precious RAM back to processes that can actually use it, and frees up CPU power.
synology  hacks  nas 
april 2013 by deusx
MAKE | Arduino Uno vs BeagleBone vs Raspberry Pi
The three models (all of which we use here at Digital Diner) are the Arduino, Raspberry Pi and BeagleBone. We chose these three because they are all readily available, affordable, about the same size (just larger than 2″ x 3″) and can all be used for creating wonderful digital gadgets. Before we get to the comparison, here is a brief introduction to each one.
diy  hacks  arduino  raspberrypi  hardware 
april 2013 by deusx
Sprites mods - Raspberry Pi micro arcade machine - Intro
I ended up with what may be the smallest MAME-powered arcade cabinet in the world
to:fb  gaming  mame  raspberrypi  diy  hacks 
february 2013 by deusx
The Hammer: A Muscle-Controlled, Light-Up Dildo | The Toymaker Project
I’m proud to present my latest creation: The Hammer! The Hammer is a prototype test-your-strength game that’s an insertable, muscle-controlled, light-up dildo. Update, 1/5/13: The Hammer has been listed as’s #1 Geekiest Sex Toy! Welcome, everyone!
toys  sex  dildos  diy  hacks  hammers  arduino  dicks  fun  odd 
february 2013 by deusx
Laptop to Desktop Conversion
In this instructable, you will learn how to transform an old, broken laptop into a nice desktop. This project involves a total rework of the computer case. With this mod, you can give new life to an old laptop.In order to do this, you do not need any advanced craftmanship or tools (but if you have them, they will come handy).
diy  hacks  laptop 
february 2013 by deusx
What Custom Launchers and Unity Quicklists are available? - Ask Ubuntu
Creating a custom launcher for Unity is simple. Quicklists provide an easy and efficient way to quickly access commonly used tasks for a specific application.
ubuntu  quicklaunch  unity  hacks 
december 2012 by deusx
How to Automatically Download Virtually Anything as Soon as It's Available
The internet really does have everything, and it's all available for download without lifting a finger. A series of helpful scripts, all installable in a few minutes, can transform your computer into an automatic media downloading machine.
tips  hacks  pirates 
september 2012 by deusx
A portable, WiFi-enabled Kinect - Hack a Day
By making the Kinect portable, [Mike] et al made the Microsoft’s 3D imaging device much more capable than its present task of computing the volumetric space of the inside of a cabinet. The Reconstructme project allows the Kinect to be used as a hand-held 3D scanner and Kintinuous can be used to create a 3D model of entire houses, buildings, or caves.
kinect  diy  hacks 
september 2012 by deusx
RaspCherry Pi «
It's a raspberrypi mounted inside a keyboard.
raspberrypi  keyboard  hacks  diy 
september 2012 by deusx
RandyRants: SharpKeys 2.1.1
SharpKeys is a Registry hack that is used to make certain keys on a keyboard act like other keys. For example, if you accidentally hit Caps Lock often, you could use this utility to map Caps Lock to a Shift key or even turn it off completely. This official release includes support for up to 104 mappings, an extensive list of available keys, and a "Type Key" option to help when managing mappings. As it relies on internal support within Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, or Windows Vista you must be running one of these OS's for this Registry hack to work.
windows  keys  hacks  registry  keyboard 
august 2012 by deusx
Low cost Ethernet shield with ENC28J60 | Open Electronics
Economical alternative to original Arduino ethernet shields, allows data rates up to 10 Mbps and is achieved with a traditional assembly components.
arduino  diy  hacks  ethernet  want 
july 2012 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
MAKE | Updated Power Glove with Bluetooth and Arduino
Matt Mechtley is responsible for this maker’s dream project: getting a classic Nintendo Power Glove to work with custom games by replacing it’s brain with an arduino, implanting an accelerometer for motion detection, and using a bluetooth modem for wireless connectivity. He’s outdone himself with downloadable code, schematics, this awesome video, and an Instructable to top it off.
arduino  hacks  bluetooth  powerglove  gaming  nintendo 
may 2012 by deusx
MAKE | Fun Skill Patches Offered by Adafruit
Phil Torrone of Adafruit sent me a bag full of maker skill patches. When my 9-year-old daughter came home from school today, her eyes popped out like a Tex Avery wolf. I told her she could have them all, but she has to earn them! I’ll work with her to help her earn the LED patch first.
badges  adafruit  nifty  diy  hacks 
may 2012 by deusx
Free Geek Vancouver Volunteer Blog: Dymaxion Auto-Matic Buckminster Fuller
Presenting the Dymaxion Auto-Matic Buckminster Fuller. It's a retro-futuristic black and white screen mounted into a 1950s (or so) radio chassis, which generates and displays text that American luminary R. Buckminster Fuller might have said if he were a piece of software.
diy  hacks  arduino  nifty  dymaxion 
february 2012 by deusx
Practical Arduino: Virtual USB Keyboard
Communicating with a host computer can allow a simple Arduino-based system to gain access to a wide variety of devices and information. Most people link an Arduino to a host using serial communications across a USB connection with custom code running on the host to send information to the Arduino or receive it in return, but giving your Arduino the ability to pretend to be a keyboard or mouse opens up a whole world of possibilities because it means your Arduino can interact with software that was never intended for external control. That could be desktop software such as a game or a web browser: your Arduino could "type" into a web form and submit it on your behalf, or act as a custom controller for a game!
usb  arduino  hardware  hacks  diy  howto 
february 2012 by deusx
Arduino playground - GkosMain
If you are planning to build a stand-alone system where a small but full-featured keyboard is needed, this simple solution could be useful for you.
hardware  hacks  gkos  arduino 
february 2012 by deusx
Apple Game Server Online!
Connect your tablet/computer headphone jack to your Apple II cassette input (next to joystick port), remove any diskettes, power on, CTRL-RESET, if you have a "]" prompt then type "LOAD", if you have a "*" prompt then type "800.A00R 800G", press RETURN, then press play.
apple  gaming  wares  awesome  hacks  nostalgia  retro 
january 2012 by deusx
Arduino ADK TinkerKit
The ADK TinkerKit is a complete pack of 25 TinkerKit Modules, Arduino Mega ADK, Mega Sensor Shield, and necessary wires to kickstart your Android development experience without soldering.
android  arduino  adk  diy  hacks 
december 2011 by deusx
The $25 Computer - Tech Europe - WSJ
Called Raspberry Pi, think of it as Meccano for the digital generation.
raspberrypi  computers  tinkering  hacks  diy 
november 2011 by deusx
An ultimate privacy hack – just requires a monitor and 3D glasses [Video] | Winextra
After all this what you end you with is an LCD monitor that displays a white screen until you put on the glasses. Yes really.
hacks  diy  3d  privacy 
november 2011 by deusx
Microwave hack uses Arduino and TouchPad to play perfectly-timed YouTube videos while you cook | The Verge
The μWave is a hack involving an Arduino and a TouchPad taped to a microwave door, which plays YouTube clips perfectly matched to your cooking time. This Frankenstein uses the Arduino to send data from the microwave's seven-segment displays to a web server, which finds a highly-rated YouTube video of the right length. The web client running in the browser treats you to a video clip that ends right when your food is done, then optionally tweets or sends a text message. The hack was created by students at the University of Pennsylvania, where it won first place in the PennApps Hackathon. There are no stated plans for commercialization, but the team will present the project to Google as part of the grand prize. If Mountain View announces a microwave any time soon, we'll know to expect great things.
funny  hacks  diy  nifty  arduino  youtube  touchpad 
november 2011 by deusx
Using WebSocket with PIC microcontrollers - Hack a Day
[Blaise Jarrett] has been grinding away to get the WebSocket protocol to play nicely with PIC microcontrollers. Here he’s using the PIC 18F4620 along with a Roving Networks RN-XV WiFi module to get the device on the network. He had started with a smaller processor but ran into some RAM restricti...
diy  pic  hacks  tech 
november 2011 by deusx
RasterWeb! Arduino Adventures
I finally got around to testing out the Arduino Ethernet shield I picked up many months ago.
arduino  hacks  diy  ethernet 
november 2011 by deusx
The basics of reading data from resistive touchscreens - Hack a Day
[Chris] just posted his latest tutorial which shows you how to read position data from a resistive touchscreen. These devices are fairly simple, and since they’re used in a lot of consumer electronics you can pick one up for a few bucks. This looks like it is overstock for an old Palm device.
hardware  arduino  hacks 
october 2011 by deusx
Experiments with Touch – Bigscreen Android with 23 inch Resistive Touch Panel « Beyond the keyboard
Inspired by the allegedly Windows Android x86 demo with a 23 inch multi-touch screen by Martin Drashkov (see second video below), I decided to give my own version a spin.
android  arduino  usb  touch  hacks  hardware 
october 2011 by deusx
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