EVM, Developement Kit of
S3C2440, PXA270, OMAP3530, DM642, Davinci, 5402, 5416, 5509, 2812, 28335
TI DSP XDS510 Emulator. ARM-JL Emulator&Debugger.
Peter Schirmer's website has the unique gadget made out of a Antique Clock that tells the weather. It uses a servo, a phidgets USB servo controller connected to a computer, and Yahoo weather to report the weather. Pretty cool considering it can report 13 different weather conditions.
Lucie from BBQ Forums at bbqforums.net requested us to checkout their site. We at geekdiy love bbqs and this site is very good. It has good information about bbqs, post from amateurs and pros, and information organized with tags.
Evil Mad Scientist Labs has a small DIY project to build a RC based floor sweeper. Now cleaning floors will be a fun activity for everyone in the family.
A interesting link on engadget submitted by anonymous. Thanks.
Hope to see more activity here. Neither of the geekdiy originals have any time on their hand. Submitted links and submitted content is the best way to share your findings.
Please do more.
Neil Sabarwal has submitted this link to a geekdiy-like site. A difference is that it looks more current.
Enjoy. Keep sending us links (or better yet, create content).
This site has some cool information about building your own projection TV using just
- Cardboard (an old box will do for your first go, but any light but stiff material will do)
- A Fresnel Lens, available from HERE
- Duct tape
- Stanley knife, Ruler, Pencil
- Matt Black Paint
- and a 14inch model tube TV
... don't run out to the Blockbuster to get the LOTR or Star Wars Episode IV DVDs. You know this would barely be meeting low resolution standards.
The rest of the site has other projection tvs which again will allow to see your 1MP photos on the wall.
Our primary contributors, geekdiy, cottonbuds and gadgeteer have become rather busy. We invite contributions from our readers.
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