Recently I decided to use a raspberry pi as my DHCP/DNS server. My router provided some DHCP functionalities which have been been good enough so far, but now I needed control over DNS functionality as well. This is a great Continue reading Raspberry Pi as a DNS/DHCP server
With the recent, unexpected purchase of aluminum extrusions from Misumi, my timetable for building a Kossel Mini needed to be altered. The original plan was to be executed in the following order : Finish upgrading the build size of my Continue reading Kossel Mini build : Part 0
With the Z axis extended, the next axis I attempted is the Y axis – just from looking, the X axis is going to require a lot more work. The Y axis extension definitely outgrows the original frame, and I Continue reading PrintrBot Simple Adventures : Y not?
Wow, first post of 2014… 😯 Welcome to the first installment in the modification/alterations to the PrintrBot Simple. The Simple is an upgrade over the Cupcake in many ways, but it does share limitations. These limitations were something that I Continue reading PrintrBot Simple Adventures : The beginning
While I have not achieved any success at lucid dreaming, I have realized a flaw in my design : I can’t shut this thing off. At the time, I didn’t have the necessary parts, so I simply wired everything such Continue reading minor update to lucid goggles
Lucid Dreaming can be summarized as being aware that you are in a dream – being aware of being in a reality of your own making means that you can control it. Sort of. Recently I needed some electronic Continue reading Lucid Dreaming Goggles
Here are some pictures for the cable hack necessary to get the Raspberry Pi and the LapDock to work together. The cable mod consists of a male USB microB plug, female USB microB plug, and a male USB A plug. Continue reading Lapdock + Raspberry Pi
Here’s a quickie, got the Hexy up and running, thanks to the folks at Arcbotics!
While I was waiting for the good people at Arcbotics to make the official instructions online, I’ve been poking around the code they have available at github, specifically PoMoCo I’m not an expert at Python, but I know enough Continue reading hexy wired up!
Arduinos is one of the great examples of open source. The open license of the product allows for a variety of form factors to be available. As much as it is recommended, I always found the Uno model to be big. Continue reading Ciao, Femtoduino!