Revamping A Sony Vaio TZ

Sony makes some beautiful products. Even before the recent advent of the netbook and MacBook Air, Sony has been making small, ultra-portable devices incorporating such posh features as carbon-fiber casings […]

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Ubuntu Samba Share

Whether you have laptops loaded up with Windows XP or extra desktops around (like me), sometimes there is a need for a quick and painless file share with windows machines. […]

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Clip Motherboard

Some wafer recycling methods attempt to reclaim materials; I reclaimed the usefulness. Sure you’ve seen these things at gift stores or GeekThink magazines, but why not just make your own. […]

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Lie Detector Polygraph

Lie detectors are fake; I’m not going to lie. There is no way to electronically determine if someone is telling the truth. Before attempting this project, we reconciled with the […]

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Lie Detector Polygraph – Project Details

The lie detector circuit is quite complicated and went through many, many modifications until arriving at the final design. The goal was to use all analog, discrete parts. We ended […]

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PDF Bookmark Solutions

Let’s face it, ebooks are not catching on and because of their poor reception into the mainstream market. That means there are not a whole lot of software-based readers. I […]

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MP3 Player – From Scratch

For the final project for an embedded systems class, we used Cadence to make a full MP3 player from start to finish including Bill of Materials, schematic, PCB layout, and […]

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Pong in Assembly

EE108B Project – Pong in Assembly I coded pong in assembly as part of the undergraduate curriculum for Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. MIPS is an assembly language for RISC […]

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