Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams cover the hacks that made us happy over the past week. There’s an incredible cable-driven robotic elbow hack whose quality is only eclipsed by the fantastic explanation of how it works (like a block and tackle). Getting data like WiFi credentials into your embedded project may be just a blinking Android app away. Try your hand at digital solargraphy with creative use of f-stop and post processing. And Mike ogles an RC F-35 project while Elliot goes gaga for the deepest of all submarine designs.
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Interesting Hacks of the Week:
- Cable Driven Robotic Joint
- Get Your Microcontroller Online At The Speed Of Light
- Pi Cam Replaces Pinhole And Film For Digital Solargraphy
- Instruction Set Hack For Protected Memory Access
- A DIY Functional F-35 Is No Simple Task
- Snakes And Ladders: Game Boy Emulator In Python
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