Open source extra-sensitive high resolution TED receiver

Previously on the bloggy blog, I posted a few of my projects related to home data acquisition and to The Energy Detective (TED), a whole-house power measurement device. I made a set of homebrew wireless temperature sensors that display graphs on a digital picture frame, I reverse engineered the TED protocol, built a small self-contained open source TED receiver, and used that design to make a nifty clock. So, I wanted to take the next step and set... Read More

Playstation controller extender

The little hardware project I started almost 2 months ago is finally done. Completely finished. Bug free! Well, almost. It is, however, in a fully assembled state with firmware that is actually pretty usable. The Unicone2 is the result of my mini-quest to extend Playstation 2 controllers over long lengths of cat5 cable. A while back I did something similar, extending Game Cube and N64 controllers over ethernet. That was the original Universal Controller... Read More