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G1 Hack – How to Turn your T-Mobile G1 Phone into a Multi-Touch Device!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZEshnuQcno

Wow, here’s a cool little G1 hack that turns your T-Mobile G1 Android device into a multi-touch device.

You might void warranty but heck, it’s a G1 phone.  I will be ashamed not to break warranty at cool hacks like this.

I moved my original multi-touch code back into the kernel, because it turns out that currently it’s a lot easier to patch the kernel and get a working Android system than i

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DIY Hack – How to Make Web Based Teleprensence Robot!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InDvVMNB8WM

Here’s a fun little project that shows you how to make an web-based robot that can be controlled remotely via the internet. THe main computer is used as web-control system while Make Controller is used to interface the computer to the servo motors attached.

Of course, I do feel that a real PC and the big screen is overkill, but kudos for making such a simple assembly using easy to find software like

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DIY – How to “Listen” to Microsoft and Yahoo stocks DROP!

Well, here’s a fun visualization for Microsoft(MSFT) and Yahoo(YHOO) stocks dropping. Well, bad economy isn’t something we can change right now, but hey, take it easy, sometimes

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DIY AVR tri-color LED controller

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NPd0EMIZbY

Here’s an interesting AVR tri-color LED controller.

The new project based in AVR microcontrollers Its an “Habitat Mirror Hack” with RGB Leds (superflux). Its the Peggy Muppets Mirror.

I replace the regular bulbs that it has, with superflux RGB leds and i make a controller based on ATMEGA8 for control 16 rgb leds with 3 bits of color depth (8 colors). In my post you can download scheme, pcb and source code.

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Server Status Board using Triklits

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Here’s a cool server status board you can make using Triklits, which are color changing LED strings.

In September, I read a post on one of my favorite blogs about these

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