likes to make strange objects. This time it’s a robotic glockenspiel and hacked HDD‘s. is no stranger to Hackaday either, as we have featured many of his past projects before including the useless candle or recreating the song Funky town from Old Junk. 68 more words
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Slotting a modern media center into an old stereo usually means adding Bluetooth and a Raspberry Pi to an amp or receiver, and maybe adding a few discrete connectors on the back panel. 217 more words
There are innumerable password hacking methods but recent advances in acoustic and accelerometer sensing have opened up the door to side-channel attacks, where passwords or other sensitive data can be extracted from the acoustic properties of the electronics and human interface to the device. 460 more words
Join , Analog/digital Design Engineer at Merus-Audio, for this week’s Hack Chat.
Every week, we find a few interesting people making the things that make the things that make all the things, sit them down in front of a computer, and get them to spill the beans on how modern manufacturing and technology actually happens. 204 more words
It’s not too exciting that has a toothbrush that plays music inside your head. That’s actually a trick that the manufacturer pulled off. It’s that … 327 more words
The audio cassette is an audio format that presented a variety of engineering challenges during its tenure. One of the biggest at the time was that listeners had to physically remove the cassette and flip it over to listen to the full recording. 237 more words