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2.8'' TFT Touch Shield V1.0. Introduction 2.8" TFT Touch Shield is an Arduino / Arduino Mega compatible multicolored TFT display with a 4-wire resistive touch screen.

2.8'' TFT Touch Shield V1.0

It includes an Arduino shield compatible footprint for attachment. The TFT driver is based on professional Driver IC and with 8 bit data and 4 bit control interface. Features Arduino/Seeeduino, Arduino Mega, and Seeeduino Mega compatible 2.8” Size QVGA Display Resistive Touch Screen Specification Cautions Do not subject the module to mechanical shock or impact by dropping it. USB Rubber Ducky Deluxe – Hackaday Store.

Product Info Fast 60 MHz 32-bit Processor.Convenient Type A USB Connector.Expandable Memory via Micro SD.Hideable inside an innocuous looking case.Onboard Payload Replay Button.

USB Rubber Ducky Deluxe – Hackaday Store

Hackaday Review. Cuheadv2_use_manual.pdf. HowToCompileCuHeadSampleCodeforArduinoUno.pdf. Detailed Tutorial on LinkSprite’s CuHead WiFi Shield. Copperhead v2 wifi shield. Basic help request! Cuhead WiFi Shield V2.0 for Arduino. • Supports both infrastructure (BSS) and ad-hoc (IBSS) wireless networks• 802.11b connectivity• 16M bit serial flash for storing web pages and other data• Uses SPI for host communication (max speed 25MHz)

Cuhead WiFi Shield V2.0 for Arduino

CuHead WiFi Shield for Arduino V2.0 - LinkSprite Playgound. Introduction CuHead WiFi shield Version 2.0!

CuHead WiFi Shield for Arduino V2.0 - LinkSprite Playgound

It has the EEPROM that can be used to store the webpages, it also has the batterty charging components populated. This is the shield you need to get Wi-Fi connectivity to your Arduino-based project! Arduino UNO R3 + CuHead wifi shield v2 fail to connect Wifi (RED Led not on) - CuHead/Diamondback/RedBack WiFi - Invision Power Board. Using CuHead WiFi Shield v2 on Arduino. 1.

Using CuHead WiFi Shield v2 on Arduino

Download the code from github ( 2. Rename the unzipped folder as cuhead, put it into the Arduino specified library file path (***/arduino/libraries) The aircrack-ng Suite « Hacking With Kali Linux. Posted by Hafeez Feeze | at 10:33 AM Disclaimer: I carried out this attack on my own network, all MAC Addresses and names have been faked.

The aircrack-ng Suite « Hacking With Kali Linux

This tutorial is for learning purposes only and should not be used for any illegal activities. Source LINK Aircrack-ng is a suite of tools that allows you to monitor, gather packets, inject them and finally crack a networks key in order to gain access. Nearly all wireless networks now use WPA2 for security as you will see WEP security just wont meet the requirements any more. Most wireless networks will use either WEP or WPA, to be able to crack either of these you will need to have a wireless card that can both monitor and inject packets. In order to capture network traffic without associating with the target access point we need to set our wireless network card in monitor mode. Flying a Drone with an Oculus Rift  Controlling autonomous vehicles remotely with the use of virtual reality headsets seems like an obvious next step.

Flying a Drone with an Oculus Rift 

Already, a few UAV companies have begun experimenting with these types of ideas by integrating Oculus Rift developer kits into their hovering quadcopters and drones. Parrot released a video on their blog showing that they developed a head-tracking system for their Bebop Drone in an effort to bring FPV flights to fruition. It looks like a lot of fun and we want to try one of these out asap! As for technical specifications, they can be found in the YouTube description of the video embedded below. A quick glance showed that the operating system is based on Android and uses WiFi to connect the handheld tablet to the autonomous vehicle floating above. RainbowCrack - Crack Hashes with Rainbow Tables. Free Rainbow Tables » Distributed Rainbow Table Generation » LM, NTLM, MD5, SHA1, HALFLMCHALL, MSCACHE.

Raspi-config in Kali — Hypothetically Planned Trajectory. Pineapple Kali Pi - Hacks & Mods. #!

Pineapple Kali Pi - Hacks & Mods

/bin/sh #telot presents.... :::drum roll::: #One wicked ass nasty script that automates the ICS for the pineapple, begins packet capturing, and deauths every access point/client nearby! Wifi Autoscaning w/ Raspberry Pi and Kali Linux. I love Raspberry Pis.

Wifi Autoscaning w/ Raspberry Pi and Kali Linux

I currently have 2 Model B rev 2s, an original Model B rev 1, and now a Model A. One of the project's that I'm really looking forward to doing is working with the Model A as a battery powered device for wireless penetration testing, and as a mobile tool for reconnaissance. With it's credit-card size and low power requirements, the Raspberry Pi Model A is perfectly suited for the job. Here's the main components for my layout (you should be able to purchase the major components for less than $120):

Making wine in Shenzhen: Single row cable kit. Often it’s not clear exactly what connector, button, switch, or part is the best choice for a project.

Making wine in Shenzhen: Single row cable kit

We end up making a last minute order of 1 or 2 of any likely candidate from Mouser or Digikey. That sets the project off by about a week while we dig through datasheets and websites, make CAD footprints, and wait for the order to be delivered. To banish this annoying time sink we’re working with Oomlout to release complete kits of parts. Each set will be nicely labeled, well organized, and have open source datasheets, renderings, and CAD footprints for Eagle and KiCAD. C language - Simultaneous button push & Switch. Like the example you provided of 157 where it's sent as '1' '5' and '7' is there a way to put all three of those in one element?

Yes and no. If by one element, you mean something like an int, then, no, not directly. If by one element, you mean an array of chars, then, yes. We need to go back to your original question. I am trying to read inputs from Where is this data coming from, and what triggers that source to send data? Electronics - HackerThings. Weekend Projects - Optical Tremolo Box.

RFID Project

0. Introductions and Expectations. Class AB Audio Amplifier. This week we’ll take a look at another type of audio amplifier, the class AB amp. As we saw in Hack #19 the class A amp has a transistor that is biased with a voltage that makes it essentially stay turned on all the time. This single transistor handles the entire waveform both positive and negative. The class B amplifier uses two transistors. One handles the positive side of the waveform and the other handles the negative side of the waveform. Each transistor is in an off state until the waveform crosses over the zero point and then it must turn on.

This project is fairly easy to build and all the parts are readily available. Keep on hackin! Parts list: 2 – 2N3904 NPN transistors 1 – 2N3906 PNP transistor 1 – 47 uF electrolytic capacitor 1 – 470 uF electrolytic capacitor 1 – 100K ohm resistor 1 – 1K ohm resistor 2 – 1N4148 diodes Schematic: