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13 July 2006

Hacks from the Net

Robot to solve padlock combinations
http://neil.fraser.name/hardware/locraker/

Build your own 3D mill
http://www.hackaday.com/entry/1234000707073789/

How to get a wrt54g router for $5
http://www.twindx.com/node/109?PHPSESSID=120a96b46ed189d7c51e037b47420c93

making a VGA extension cable using CAT5
http://www.myhometheater.homestead.com/vgacable.html

here's some liquid magnet stuff
http://www.sci-spot.com/Chemistry/liqimag.htm

how about a robot capable of diving 400 feet?
http://www.rit.edu/~sjg2490/ROV/index.html

oooh! hacking your bios
http://os-fun.blogspot.com/2006/05/modifying-laptop-bios-for-fun-and.html

how about dualboot dvd firmware for the xbox 360?
http://www.xbox-scene.com/xbox1data/sep/EEuZluEEuAbeqimDJg.php

wanna make your deadbolt rfid'able?
http://rfidtoys.net/bonus.asp

magentic card data -> excel?
http://camelspit.org/handyswipe/

sonic grenades
http://imakeprojects.com/projects/sonic-grenades/

$100 rebreather?
http://www.atlimp.com/pend2.htm

robotic sea serpents
http://www.techeblog.com/index.php/tech-gadget/acm-r5-amphibious-snake-like-robot

and last but not least.... I've mentioned it before, but found another link to it...
how about a self-replicating replicator?
http://reprap.org/



SparrowHawk
Wouldn't a self-replicating replicator be redundant? Just my 2 cents. :o)

Posted by SparrowHawk on Thu Jul 13 07:04:00 PDT 2006
Malachi
that's a good point....
they call it a self-replicating rapid prototyping machine
but....
replicator makes it sound more star trekky ;)


Posted by Malachi on Thu Jul 13 07:14:00 PDT 2006