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Joe Grand's Best of Hardware, Wireless, and Game Console Hacking

Joe Grand's Best of Hardware, Wireless, and Game Console Hacking
A Book

by Joe Grand,Frank Thornton,Albert Yarusso,Lee Barken,Tom Owad,Ryan Russell,Bobby Kinstle,Marcus R Brown,Job de Haas,Deborah Kaplan

  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 2006-08-18
  • Pages : 112
  • ISBN : 9780080509662
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The book introduces the principles of hardware design and describes the tools and techniques required to begin hacking. The DVD contains hack instructions for over 20 game consoles and hardware devices from Nintendo, Apple, Sony, Microsoft, Palm and more. The presentation of these 20 projects on DVD media provides users with benefits and options not available on the printed page. All images are hi-res color that can be enlarged or printed, the text is easily searched, and the user can copy the contents to their hard disk and add comments directly into the PDF files. The DVD media also lends itself well to group projects (it includes a 10 user license). The 160-page book includes chapters on hacking tools and electrical engineering basics, along with chapters on the background, design and functionality of each hardware device. * Packed full of high resolution colour images that reveal the smallest details of each step in a hack * Includes in depth coverage of the tools of the hacking trade and the basics of electrical engineering * DVD includes a "Using the Tools" video starring Joe "kingpin" Grand

Game Console Hacking

Game Console Hacking
Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo, Game Boy, Atari and Sega

by Joe Grand,Albert Yarusso

  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 2004-11-12
  • Pages : 512
  • ISBN : 9780080532318
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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The worldwide video game console market surpassed $10 billion in 2003. Current sales of new consoles is consolidated around 3 major companies and their proprietary platforms: Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. In addition, there is an enormous installed "retro gaming" base of Ataria and Sega console enthusiasts. This book, written by a team led by Joe Grand, author of "Hardware Hacking: Have Fun While Voiding Your Warranty", provides hard-core gamers with they keys to the kingdom: specific instructions on how to crack into their console and make it do things it was never designed to do. By definition, video console game players like to have fun. Most of them are addicted to the adrenaline rush associated with "winning", and even more so when the "winning" involves beating the system by discovering the multitude of "cheats" built into most video games. Now, they can have the ultimate adrenaline rush---actually messing around with the soul of the machine and configuring it to behave exactly as the command. This book builds on the motto of "Have Fun While Voiding Your Warranty" and will appeal to the community of hardware geeks who associate unscrewing the back of their video console with para-jumping into the perfect storm. Providing a reliable, field-tested guide to hacking all of the most popular video gaming consoles Written by some of the most knowledgeable and recognizable names in the hardware hacking community Game Console Hacking is the first book on the market to show game enthusiasts (self described hardware geeks) how to disassemble, reconfigure, customize and re-purpose their Atari, Sega, Nintendo, Playstation and Xbox systems

Hardware Hacking

Hardware Hacking
Have Fun while Voiding your Warranty

by Joe Grand,Kevin D. Mitnick,Ryan Russell

  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 2004-01-29
  • Pages : 448
  • ISBN : 9780080478258
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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"If I had this book 10 years ago, the FBI would never have found me!" -- Kevin Mitnick This book has something for everyone---from the beginner hobbyist with no electronics or coding experience to the self-proclaimed "gadget geek." Take an ordinary piece of equipment and turn it into a personal work of art. Build upon an existing idea to create something better. Have fun while voiding your warranty! Some of the hardware hacks in this book include: * Don't toss your iPod away when the battery dies! Don't pay Apple the $99 to replace it! Install a new iPod battery yourself without Apple's "help" * An Apple a day! Modify a standard Apple USB Mouse into a glowing UFO Mouse or build a FireWire terabyte hard drive and custom case * Have you played Atari today? Create an arcade-style Atari 5200 paddle controller for your favorite retro videogames or transform the Atari 2600 joystick into one that can be used by left-handed players * Modern game systems, too! Hack your PlayStation 2 to boot code from the memory card or modify your PlayStation 2 for homebrew game development * Videophiles unite! Design, build, and configure your own Windows- or Linux-based Home Theater PC * Ride the airwaves! Modify a wireless PCMCIA NIC to include an external antenna connector or load Linux onto your Access Point * Stick it to The Man! Remove the proprietary barcode encoding from your CueCat and turn it into a regular barcode reader * Hack your Palm! Upgrade the available RAM on your Palm m505 from 8MB to 16MB · Includes hacks of today's most popular gaming systems like Xbox and PS/2. · Teaches readers to unlock the full entertainment potential of their desktop PC. · Frees iMac owners to enhance the features they love and get rid of the ones they hate.

Nuts & Volts

Nuts & Volts
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by Anonim

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2005
  • Pages : 329
  • ISBN : 9876543210XXX
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Make

Make
Technology on Your Time

by ANONIMO,Mark Frauenfelder,O'Reilly Media,O'Reilly Media Inc

  • Publisher : Oreilly & Associates Incorporated
  • Release : 2002-02-11
  • Pages : 896
  • ISBN : 9780596510190
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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In just two years, MAKE has rapidly become one of the hottest new magazines to hit the newsstands. Often coined "the bible of the Tech DIY movement", the MAKE team has passionately pursued it's stated goal: to unite, inspire, inform and entertain a growing community of imaginative and resourceful people who pursue amazing projects in their backyards, basements, garages and even modified kitchen counter labs - tech enthusiasts, backyard scientists, hobbyists, renegade crafters, hackers, students and backyard inventors and dreamers of all ages. Their vision: To spread the knowledge, skills and clever workarounds of innovative Makers across the DIY marketplace to aspiring makers, students of all ages and educators; To grow the World's largest "Science Club" around the Makers Brand; a constellation of communities that nurture, support and inspire scientific and technological exploration, learning and mentoring for people of all ages, ethnicities, gender and cultural background. To inspire and re-engage youth from all walks of life in the joys of science, engineering, technology and the arts. Through the brilliantly written and beautifully illustrated magazine, podcasts and makezine.com website, the MAKE team has won broad acclaim for their clear yet down-to-earth coverage and uncanny instinct for what moves Makers, and their ability to nail the curiosity, vibrance, and passion of the rapidly emerging "tech DIY" movement. In this special re-release, all 4 volumes of MAKE's second year are combined in this special 4-Volume Collector's Set. Believe it or not, the following is mere sampling of the projects and articles you'll find in MAKE: The Next Year MAKE: Vol.05 It Came From My Garage Model kit makers bring B-movie monsters to your home. Calculate This! MAKE looks at slide rules. Jackhammer Headphones And a discourse on blind men, chipmunks, whales, and the future. Electric Avenue The street-legal electric car of the future is coming--not from Japan or Detroit--but from your neighbor's garage. Dive, Darn It, Dive! It's a matter of sink and swim at the 8th international autonomous underwater vehicle competition. Backyard Zip Line Be the hit of the neighborhood with a high-flying, tree-to-tree transporter. Soda Bottle Rocket by Steve Lodefink You don't have to be Burt Rutan to start your own rocket program. With a few empty soda bottles and some PVC pipe, you can build a high-performance water rocket. Wind Powered Generator by Abe and Josie Connally With a motor and some piping, it's suprisingly easy to build this inexpensive, efficient windmill generator--and enjoy free energy forever. The Jam Jar Jet Don't think you can build a jet engine at home? Here's a simple jet engine--a pulsejet--that you can make out of a jam jar in an afternoon. All it takes is bending some wire and punching a few holes. The Quick and Dirty: Holes, Rivets, and Bent Metal by Mister Jalopy Learn three essential shop fabrication techniques and reward yourself by making a wi-fi signal deflector. Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things Turn a remote control car into an alarm system. Olde-School Bookbinding Pages last longer, lie flatter, and look better inside a handsome, durable hardcover. Out Damned Spot! The chemistry of stain removal. Pump Down the Volume Five simple steps to a quieter PC. Geared Up Use a gunbelt and leg holster to hold your gear. Boost Your Signal Improving MyFi XM satellite radio reception. The World As Your Canvas Use GPS to create giant-sized works of art. Circuit Quiz Game Teach kids about circuitry in 30 minutes. iSight Tripod Mount Point your webcam anywhere you want. The Fauxlance Photographer How to get VIP treatment by dressing the part of a pro photographer. Ten Dollar Pseudoscope See everything inside out through this classic optical instrument. Citizen Weather Station Collect meteorological data on your roof and donate it to science. Launching Light Portable, collapsible model rocket launch pad. Firefly Meter Bioluminescence detector lights way toward insect-cyborg pollution sensor. Legal And Free Digital Satellite TV Use a long-obsolete Primestar dish to pull in a wide world of programming. Digital TV On The Cheap You can get many of the benefits of Digital TV (DTV) for as little as 20 bucks, if you're willing to do a little tinkering. Full Mast Reception Build your own satellite dish mast in three easy steps. Dumpster Cornucopia Reusing components from discarded electronics. Theory & Practice: IR Remote Control Protocol by Bunnie Huang Get an infrared remote to turn your room lights on and off. Sensor Interfaces How circuits communicate with the outside world. Computers in the Machine Emulation software gives you free, zero-footprint, vintage computers. Digital Video Production: Create Explosive Visuals Real movie explosions are dangerous, expensive, and usually unnecessary. MAKE VOL.06 Tones Dem Tones, Damn Ringtones Shouldn't people make their own ringtones, not buy them? Ship of Cards Popular card games become an exercise in miniature construction. Space Cases The balloon men at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Totch Brown's Pit Pan Gator Boat Start your boat-building hobby by building this one. A Beginner's Guide to BEAM b The BEAM design approach creates nimble robots from simple components, with no programming required. Panzeroids Become a desktop general with these battlin' bot tanks. Bots in a Snap The nuts and bolts of Lego robot design. Cogs and Cocktails Meet the drink-serving, drunk-driving droids at Roboexotica. The Vex Robotics Design System Versatile, powerful design raises the bot in prefab robotics construction kits. Mini Mars Rover A wireless remote control camera on wheels. Hot Air by Mister Jalopy in The Quick and Dirty Build a do-everything manifold to control, dry, route, and use compressed air. Two BEAMbots: Trimet and Solarroller Solder together one simple circuit and use it to control two very different solar-powered robo-critters: a little satellite that scoots and bumps around, and a mini cart that just keeps a-rolling until the sun goes down. Soccer-Playing Robot Make an autonomous robot that can chase a ping-pong ball, push it into a goal, and take other programmable actions. When you're finished, you'll have a few more wrinkles in your brain and no more fears of robot attacks. Building Tensegrity Models Make

Scientific American

Scientific American
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by Anonim

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 1902
  • Pages : 329
  • ISBN : 9876543210XXX
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Genesee County, Michigan City Directory

Genesee County, Michigan City Directory
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by Anonim

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 2005
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Canadian Periodical Index

Canadian Periodical Index
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by Anonim

  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 1998
  • Pages : 329
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  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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