34C3: Vintage Verification, Stop Nuclear War With A 6502

It probably doesn’t get much worse than nuclear conflagration, when it comes to risks facing the planet. Countries nervously peering at each other, each jealously guarding their stocks of warheads. It seems an unlikely place to find a 34C3 talk about 6502 microprocessors, but that’s what [Moritz Kütt] and [Alex Glaser] managed to deliver.

via 34C3: Vintage Verification, Stop Nuclear War With A 6502 — Hackaday

34C3: Vintage Verification, Stop Nuclear War With A 6502

CARTINU: Small Robot Car, Powered by the Tinusaur

The Cartinu is a small robot car that you could build yourself. But don’t worry! It isn’t that complicated – this circuit, is so simple, that there are very few things that could go wrong. The “brain” of the Cartinu is the Tinusaur board that is powered by the popular Atmel ATtiny85 microcontroller. Once your Cartinu is ready […]

via CARTINU – Small Robot Car, Powered by the Tinusaur – ATtiny85 Board — The Tinusaur Project

CARTINU: Small Robot Car, Powered by the Tinusaur

ZeroBoy: A poor man’s retropie “portable”

tl;dr You know when you see something and it give you instant inspiration and you also see a few ways you would also improve it. The thing I seen was wonky resistor score zero it’s basically a raspberry pi “hat” that has buttons in the layout of a nes controller. What I first thought was to make […]

via ZeroBoy – A poor man’s retropie “portable” — Facelesstech

ZeroBoy: A poor man’s retropie “portable”

Samy Kamkar: Reverse Engineering for a Secure Future

Show of hands: how many of you have parked your car in the driveway, walked up to your house, and pressed your car’s key fob button thinking it would open the front door? We’ve probably all done it and felt a little dopey as a result, but when you think about it, it would be […]

via Samy Kamkar: Reverse Engineering for a Secure Future — Hackaday

Samy Kamkar: Reverse Engineering for a Secure Future