[Blake] sent me this one when my house was covered in ice. He put together a charger for his new iPod
nano er, shuffle. It’s sort of in two parts: a USB to mini-jack and a 5v wall adapter to USB port.… Read the rest
I’m heading west to do some snowboarding, so I thought I’d clean out the stuff I’ve been saving for you guys.
[Nagi Punyamurthula] sent his notes on making PCBs. It’s a nice introduction if you’re new to it.
[Brian] sent in his Wiimote hacking project – he and his cohort used it to control an industrial sized robot arm. Then they armed it. Keep in mind that the sword is full size. [Aaron] ended up writing a basic pattern recognition program to get it to perform they way they wanted. Response time is a bit laggy, but not … Read the rest
Someone else’s apathy often becomes someones motivation. The guys at Gordian Labs got sick of trying to use Nike’s website so they dug into their iPods to find the data generated by the iPod+Nike running shoe add on. Then they put together a handy site for processing the data from the iPod. The site also accepts GPX data, so … Read the rest
Part one of Ben’s Wii Laptop How-To series is up. Ben spends it discussing gutting the Wii, starting up his CAD process for designing the enclosure and makes the thing even smaller than it was before. Because the Wii is so small to begin with, I think alot of people assumed that he just slapped it into a case and … Read the rest