Archive for June, 2012

Badwolf meet Medabot

Badwolf meet Medabot

A couple days ago I stumbled back on to the Medabots hype and everything related.

As an engineering student, those bots always fascinated me. They were like the pokemons of the engineers and on top of that,

they had the potential to be realizable one day.

In this optic,I thought about how those medabots would work in real life and this is how …..

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Car Anti-theft device *updated*

Car Anti-theft device *updated*

Since some of you were asking for this,I hereby present to you the software version 2.0 of the car anti-theft project.

Project reference : Car Anti-theft Device

Update log:

-Master password has been created to store a non-volatile password used to change the running password

-Running password is now loaded and stored in the EEPROM, so you can change your PIN if someone peeked …..

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Read remote Xbee modules’ inputs on API stream

Read remote Xbee modules' inputs on API stream

and all of the images in the set

(It’s all on 1 page, w/o extras of forced annoying advertising, besides what hosting site may choose to do…)

Goal(s):

The reason behind this project was to see how the Digi’s Xbee modules work, and to figure out how to have the remote modules’ inputs read on another module. The local / receiving …..

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Basic Bi-level Bicycle Brake Light for Forum Post

Basic Bi-level Bicycle Brake Light for Forum Post

The power switch, brake switch and battery holder are parts of an existing blinker. The 4 LEDs and 5 resistors will be on a retrofitted PCB.

Copper Ring

Copper Ring

I came back home after two weeks of workshops and lectures (mainly about maths and physics, some programming also involved) just to realize that my friend, Aneta, is having birthday party the next day. I decided that buying a present is too easy and I also wanted it to be more personal, so I made it myself. It’s a copper …..

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Smelting Foundry Part I

Smelting Foundry Part I

It’s been in my to-do list for a long time and now it’s getting built,the smelting foundry.

After spending couple nights searching the interwebs for resources on the subject I was ready to start on my own.

so here I present to you,the design plans and the build log.

Materials:

Foundry (so far):

5 boxes of Firebricks (20 per box)……………….I had a very good price …..

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