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3251. TinyProjector
Author : www.ElectronicsInfoline.com
It is a very small portable character projector, based on inexpensive laser diodes, projecting a single line of text onto nearby walls and tables. It might be useful for projecting text from portable and wearable devices like cellhones and PocketPCs...
09/06/2007 | 734 Hits | (0 vote) | Print | PDF | Email | Read more...

3252. Steampunk Monitor Mod
Author : www.ElectronicsInfoline.com
The Steampunk Keyboard looked terribly anachronistic sitting in front of my Dell 1907FP flat panel monitor and while I hesitated to tear open a 300 USD monitor that was still under warantee, art must be served. Read more: Electronics Infoline
09/06/2007 | 621 Hits | (0 vote) | Print | PDF | Email

3253. Monitoring Natural Gas Usage
Author : www.ElectronicsInfoline.com
I called my natural gas provider one day, and asked if it was possible to get some kind of output port on my gas-meter so I could monitor how much gas I use. They denied. Then I build this passive method to build this meter. You can even use this to...
09/06/2007 | 840 Hits | (0 vote) | Print | PDF | Email | Read more...

3254. Fonera SD Card Modification
Author : www.ElectronicsInfoline.com
I read on several websites, that some people managed to wire a SD Card (or a MMC) to a Fonera access point. After a little googling, I discover this can be done easily, so I decided to test.. but I run into one issue so I decided to describe the...
09/06/2007 | 658 Hits | (0 vote) | Print | PDF | Email | Read more...

3255. An Inexpensive External GPS Antenna
Author : www.ElectronicsInfoline.com
Here is a nice GPS antenna for APRS mode that is easy to build yet offers surprisingly good performance in a compact size. Best of all, it uses commonly available components and materials. Read more: Electronics Infoline
30/05/2007 | 388 Hits | (0 vote) | Print | PDF | Email

  

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