Friday, March 7, 2014
Friday, May 3, 2013
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Just learned a ton, managed to spend about 5-6 hours to solve the issues with Tape's help aka hints and his awesome post.
Not bad for not even hearing of Steganography before yesterday.
On his page is a photo that he said has a embedded rar file. It does. But it is only part of the game.
Is a hint to more of the story. I wasted a few hours on it. Very fun to do forensics on. The photos and text are clues. Have fun and Thanks Tape for writing that post I stumbled on
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Well since I change linux flavors like underwear (almost daily). I decided to redo my partition tables yet again.
Going to allocate 15 gig's of space for iso images. After downloading them I can toss them in the space, do a quick grub edit and update and bam! Libe file system without needing a usb drive or burning cd's
Monday, May 28, 2012
Everything in it, is stuff I had laying around.
The button on top triggers, 4 rgb leds inside of it. Its powered by a jeenode, Yes those are bobbers on the rear antenna. The wheels are two cd's with some 1/8? bearings hot glued between them and wrapped in plastic wire wrap conduit.
I did a quick continous rotation mode to a pair of servos. The front "wheel" is a ping pong ball mounted to a pair of springs.
Over all it tools around good. With a 9v battery as the power source. The sonar just lets it back up a little bit and turn left or right off a random guess.
i found an old cell phone i might use the battery out of that to power. I will upload some more photos of the build when acadian goes to bed
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Took a bit of a trip this week, which I totally did not want to make, after a few stressful days I am glad to be done. I am writing this on the plane ride home so it will be short I guess.
I got a chance till my battery ran out to work on my racing simulator code. I added in a calibration routine for it and stream-lined the button setup and initialization routine. This should make it respond faster than I can see or tell. Aka reduced the lag a bit.
Next I have to build the output to the u8 and make sure it (linux) works fine with the computer.
I have 4 user buttons, start, select and Will be adding a button to calibrate the steering for the chip only.
If I ever get time I will be making the pedals and the shifter and adding them into it.
Mentally I am drained after a very very long week. So I am slightly glad my laptop battery was not fully charged.
Talk at you internet people later - john
Ps I am still thinking delta bot 3d printer fyi.