I take apart a Pyle PDWM1940 wireless microphone receiver, searching for a way to make the output less noisy. Meanwhile, I’ll be using the same receiver for filming.
My friends at Tangible Interaction sent some electronic whiteboard hardware to take apart. In this video I’ll start to look at the transmitters, receivers, and communication protocol.
A quick look back at my partially complete console port of an old DOS game.
Source on github:
Part 2 in the series on hacking optical drives for fun! Source code at https://github.com/scanlime/coastermelt
The first in a series about reverse engineering optical drives for fun and maybe laser graffiti.