Power a small Eurorack from your computer or power bank.
This is a 3D printed Wi-Fi version of the well-known USB Rubber Ducky hacking device (featured in Mr Robot).
Inject keystrokes, set up a reverse shell, or install a payload to dump passwords, all from a distance.
CARDIAC (CARDboard Illustrative Aid to Computation) is a learning aid to understand how a computer operates. Building it is easy and can either be done by hand or with a CNC knife.
Arduino micro used as a serial proxy to translate modern software flow control to bit banged hardware flow control accepted by the dated MDX20 mill.
A snug Arduino case – printed flat and then folded around the Arduino. The result is a fast print and yet a stable design from a single part.
An ultra-small and low cost programmable computer for the masses
How to turn three broken LED lamps into two working ones…
You can get a decent SMD stereo microscope for just 60$!
I added external power so I don’t need to change the batteries.
Build a small FT232 USB to serial adapter that fits directly in the USB port.
A miniature breakout board for rapid development of microprocessor projects.