Storm Cloud Lamp Brings The Weather Inside

The humble lamp is a common build for a hacker looking to express themselves creatively. Often, nature can serve as an inspiration, as was the case for [Michael Pick]’s Storm Cloud. (Video, embedded below.)

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This is what a Hackaday meetup in Rome looks like. Thanks everyone! @Jadon @helenleigh @pdp7 @PartFusion @MastroGippo @0x0ece @KittyArtPhysics @szczys

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Beam Me Up to the PCB Space Ship

This project would fit in perfectly with if someone could figure out a way to hang it from their neck. Inspired by Star Trek’s Starship Enterprise, [bobricius] decided to design and assemble a miniature space … hackaday.com/2019/10/19/beam-m

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Customizing Xiaomi ARM Cortex-M Firmware

This hack was revealed a while ago at DEFCON26, but it’s still a fascinating look into vulnerabilities that affect some of the most widely used IoT devices.

[Dennis Giese] figured out a way to modify ARM Cortex-… hackaday.com/2019/10/19/custom

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There’s more to the 3D print than the eye can see

If you thought CADing designs for 3D printing was hard enough, wait until you hear about this .stl trick.

[Angus] of Maker’s Muse recently demoed a method for creating hidden geometries in .stl files th… hackaday.com/2019/10/19/theres

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Converting a Tesla to a Pickup Truck

The renowned inventor of useless robots [Simone Giertz] has outdone herself this time. She, along with a team of engineers featuring [Rich Rebuilds], [Laura Kampf], and [Marcos Ramirez], recently decided to convert a… hackaday.com/2019/10/19/conver

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File Compression By Steganography

In a world with finite storage and an infinite need for more storage space, data compression becomes a very necessary problem. Several algorithms for data compression may be more familiar – Huffman coding, LZW compressi… hackaday.com/2019/10/19/file-c

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.@MakerFaireRome happens this weekend, and Hackaday Editor in Chief @szczys is in town! Bring-a-Hack meetup Saturday, all welcome! Check this out for details: bit.ly/hackadayrome

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Miss Nothing With A Hacked 360 Degree Camera Trap

Camera traps are a very common tool in wildlife conservation and research, but placing and pointing them correctly can be a bit of a guessing game. Something very interesting could happen just out of fra… hackaday.com/2019/10/18/miss-n

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Revisiting The BlackHat Hack: How A Security Conference Was Pwned

Does anyone remember the Black Hat BCard hack in 2018? This hack has been documented extensively, most notoriously by [NinjaStyle] in his original blog post revealing the circumstances ar… hackaday.com/2019/10/18/revisi

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A Low-Power Solution To Streamlining Sensor Data For IoT

For home use IoT systems, getting sensor data from tons of physical locations centralized to a single Raspberry Pi can be a difficult job, especially when considering the power consumption that’s … hackaday.com/2019/10/18/a-low-

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Hackaday Rome Meetup will take place at Rome Termini upper level restaurant area on Saturday 19 October at 19:30.

Come hang out with awesome people and bring a small project along if you have one. Here's images of the meeting spot. Full details: hackaday.io/event/168019-hacka

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💻It feels like every day we hear about a security vulnerability that allows an attacker to spy on your dog through a light bulb or program your toaster oven remotely. @borgel will be sharing security tips at this year's bit.ly/2LLq3Ki

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USB Power Delivery For All The Things

The promise of USB Power Delivery (USB-PD) is that we’ll eventually be able to power all our gadgets, at least the ones that draw less than 100 watts anyway, with just one adapter. Considering most of us are the pro… hackaday.com/2019/10/18/usb-po

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Replacing the 3D Printer and Router: A Tool for Manufacturing Human-Scale Forms

The purpose of Geometer becomes apparent when you realize its simplicity: [David Troetschel]’s project is to create an easily understandable design tool that encourages goal… hackaday.com/2019/10/18/replac

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Speakers Taking the Stage at Supercon Plus a Hint of the Hacking to Come

Four weeks from today the Hackaday Superconference comes alive for the fifth year. From engineering in challenging environments to elevating the art form of electronics, here are n… hackaday.com/2019/10/18/speake

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Hackaday Podcast 040: 3D Printed Everything, Strength v Toughness, Blades of Fiber, and What Can’t Coffee Do?

Hackaday Editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams opine on the coolest hacks we saw this week. This episode is heavy with 3D printing as Prusa r… hackaday.com/2019/10/18/hackad

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