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Self parking lego mindstorms

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Nicely done parking job!

It has got an ultrasonic sensor that detects the length of free spaces. Then, when it detects enough space, it makes the necessary movments to park. And when you say “GO!” it returns to the road

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Hackaday – Binary Clock HACK

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cool hack…!@!

[Walter] sent in his version of a PIC binary clock. It’s a nice alternative If you don’t want one that runs off TTL logic, This one runs on a PIC 16F628 (Microchip is great for samples) and displays hours in 5 bits and minutes in 6. His blog also features a decent looking programmer, and he shows of

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DIY HACK – PC controlled Christmas lights

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This has been around for awhile but it’s a good DIY Hack on how to control Christmas Lights using your PC.

My main goal was to have a small box that would easily control many Christmas light circuits from one parallel port. I specifically wanted to use the parallel port so I could easily plug it into any PC. I did not want to have to open up PC

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Cool Stuff from Hackaday

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Hackaday found some cool stuff after their sushi thanksgiving party, well I gotta give that a try next year. You can always refer to Make’s HOWTO on sushi for sushi lovers.

Talking about sushi, if you live in San Francisco, you gotta check out Oyaji’s Restaurant.  It’s run by a Japanese chef, Hideki, who&#

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Nintendo DS Midi HACK!

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Okay…hackaday has found a nintendo ds midi hack for you…try it if you need it, otherwise, check out our other stories!

This is what German hacker/student/musician Tob, who created the cool NitroTracker old-scho

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DIY Video – Homemade Cathode Ray Tube

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Here’s an interesting project making a cathode ray tube from scratch. There are some interesting things you can do with it such as making a cathode ray oscilloscope.

Cool, huh?

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PaintBall MachineGUN!

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Cool paintball machine gun! You will have harder time running away next time you are in the paintball field.

Every so I often I Google “paintball minigun“. This time it actually turned up something good. Special effects builder Rick Galinson has been working on a… wait for it…

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DIY Circuit Oxygen Sensor Simulator

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Here’s a cool oxygen sensor simulator via hackaday for those of you who need to build some custom control system for your turbo, nitrous, super-charged engines.  I used to have a car that I put a turbo-charger on it.  Well, I had this really crude fuel oxygen control management system using couple

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DIY Hack a wifi card as Microstumbler

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Here’s a hack on how to add an autonomous network scanning capabilities to a wireless card.

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Amp Switch in a Altoids CAN

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Cool Amp swtich in a altoids CAN. I was always thinking about something like this, so you can switch quickly between TV, PSP, and DVD…

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