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to anyone who attended the philly meeting last night, i hope you guys had a great time together and i apologize for not being able to come. some personal matters came up that i needed to attend to. so thanks for understanding.

youse guys (in joe pesci voice) sent in alotta nice lookin links! because of that, i’m totally teasing you guys by only posting 5 links today. plus, this’ll give you more to look forward to! but, as always, if you guys hate it, i’ll stop.

link time!

build your own cockpit. yup. [brett]
haha i love it. the poor man’s raid array. [chappa]
make a simple 1 watt amplifier. [joe]
wicked flickr photoset of a guy learning how to pirate tv.
make a simple spectroscope.

Comments

  1. Sean says:

    I want plans for a Pirate TV Transmitter! :) Please

  2. Gino says:

    why don’t you just post the camcorder hack link. everyone else already has, and there’s no point in saving it up.

    http://www.maushammer.com.nyud.net:8090/systems/cvscamcorder/flash.html

  3. omirix says:

    yea, plans for the tv transmitter would be a nice hack :)

  4. rich says:

    Hacked CVScam and RAID array now on /.

    This means war.

  5. chris says:

    How far are you guys wanting to transmit said tv signal? You can buy a UHF transmitter for $25. Only works for a few hundred feet max though.

  6. chris says:

    Uh, that said, I’d like to learn how to build a tv transmitter that will transmit several inputs to individual channels without interference.

  7. the camcorder hack is not done yet… because if you read at all the guy did it buy removing the memory chip from the camera… the purpose of the hack was to make the cameras videos removiable through the onboard usb interface…

  8. RulingCzar says:

    I want more links! :)

  9. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=5784908953

    TV UHF transmitter….. I have used those in the past and built an amplifier for it I think it was 1.23 watts… 1 mile pwnage of all uhf on channel 12 biotch…

  10. Tyler Shaffer says:

    i want more links please

  11. Overclocked_486 says:

    As cool as spectroscopes can be, the Solar Cooker that the same guy built / posted instructions for is waaay better.

    http://scitoys.com/scitoys/scitoys/light/solar_hotdog_cooker.html

  12. Doug says:

    You should show all the links…

  13. morcheeba says:

    #7- You are totally right. I didn’t write the slashdot summary, so I haven’t used the word “hack”. This is only a proof-of-concept – it is evidence that strong encryption isn’t being used and there is a very good chance that video can be transfered to a user’s computer. Still lots of work to do if firmware disassembly is required (like it was for the last two cameras).

    – “the guy”

    Vince – enjoyed the philly video, wish I could have been there!

  14. marc says:

    i made a hotdog cooker like that but using all tinfoil in a box.. it worked pretty good.. that was in like gr.8 tho..

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