Tag Archives: teardown

Intel Euclid Teardown – scanlime:022

This is a teardown and quick look at the Intel Euclid, a new developer platform for robotics which combines an Atom CPU and RealSense depth cameras.


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scanlime:020 – TSG95 Color Bar Generator Teardown

Little teardown and exploration of an old bit of NTSC / PAL television test equipment, the Tektronix TSG 95. We’ll poke around with the oscilloscope and analog TV, and we even stumble on some helpful documentation.

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scanlime:013 / Wacom Teardown and Schematic

This time we’re looking at the protocol that powers Wacom’s wireless pens, and taking a deep look into the logic circuits (74xx!) that make them run.

If you missed the last video, check it out for the big picture on how graphics tablets work: https://youtu.be/nPab7pbOhBY

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scanlime:012 / Graphics Tablet Primer for Hackers

This time we’re hurtling through the layers of technology that make a graphics tablet (pen tablet) work, from operating systems politics to electromagnetic induction. I’ll be looking closely at two tablets, the Wacom Intuos Pro and Huion H610PRO, and going into a full teardown on the Huion.