• SSD Upgrade

    SSD Upgrade

    This has by far been the best laptop upgrade I have ever bought. There really isn’t much to change on your own beyond RAM for your laptop. I went ahead […]

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  • Wii IR Pens

    Wii IR Pens

    I finally put together an electronic whiteboard. This version utilizes a mac mini, a wii mote, and electronics that you can easily find at radio shack.

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  • MacMini Media Center Software

    MacMini Media Center Software

    HDTVs are so much more interesting when you can open up the vast wealth of internet content that can be played on them.  Combining computing power with TVs makes it […]

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  • Clip Motherboard

    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 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

    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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  • MP3 Player – From Scratch

    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

    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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