Month: March 2019

DIY Safecracking – Making a stupidly cheap autodialer (Work in Progress)

Note – This project is a living one, and as such I’m going to update it as I work on it. The views I express are those of someone currently working on a project, and I may do dumb things as I work on it and figure out what works and what doesn’t. Anyway, fun side project. Volunteer tries to make a safe cracker for cheap (sub $40)

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Threaded Parts With FreeCAD

I occasionally like to play around with FreeCAD and noticed that there weren’t very many tutorials for the newest version (.17).

This version incorporates a new workflow paradigm which confused the heck out of me. So I decided to make a video on how to make threaded parts.

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Do Drones Dream of Electronic Warfare? (Part 1)

It’s getting close to spring time in ye olde Connecticut, and with better weather comes more time that can be spent outside. With that in mind, I’m bringing back a personal project that I had set aside for a purely metaphorical rainy day. A drone that flies around with hacker tools and collects data.

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Machine Vision and OpenCV

Today has been pretty productive. I’ve released a second open source project, a Python Serial Monitor and I’ve been working on some machine vision projects that I’ve wanted to do for a while. Back in the day I wrote a bot for a game I liked playing. It would read my computer screen and then […]

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