Hack everything: re-purposing everyday devices – Matt Evans
Hack everything: re-purposing everyday devices – Matt Evans
Arduino is everywhere, but so is electronic junk. Got a project in mind? Take something you already have and repurpose it instead. Make it into something more interesting, for free! Learn how it works, see what it’s really capable of and save it from landfill.
In this talk, we’ll journey through some examples of common electronic devices to find out:
– Why things are hackable, which useful interfaces they may have and how to use them.
Is there anyway I could get in contact with Matt Evans? Lol I got into a router through serial and now I need help hacking some gpio pins
booo those questions looked like they could have gone on an hour, and it would have been the best!
you should really make a channel of different things like this and teaching people how to do this more in depth…
He is Clark Kent! 😀
All you people commenting on his water bottle, are you even listening to what he is telling you, Jesus ,short attention span idiots. This is a very informative video, pay attention and learn
quando o assunto é gambiarra os brasileiros sempre aparecem na área huahuahuauhauhauhua
@33 mins. Oh only an hour! A geeks dream how to make everyone else feel small and unintelligent.
Hacking Things Is More Macgyver Than A Team …
Project at hand; I have a basic lcd television and I’d like to hack the circuit board to install a sd card for internal memory? how can I go about it with limited resources? I’d like to watch movies off my basic tv when the signal isn’t to well.
im twelve and salvage all the time
the biggest obstacle to the tinkering culture, at least for me, was alwasy the fear of either breaking something irrepairably, or somehow getting an electric shock!
I really think schools should have electronics as a core part of the curriculum. Electricity is everywhere and people should be safe and confident handling it.
Put the water bottle down!
Gambiarra: " a arte brasileira do improviso" kaskdaksdkaskdkas não é gambiarra é adaptação.
wish I had a team of people like you
Realmente nos brasileiros somos os reis das GAMBIARRAS 🙂
Room full of hackers and they can’t fix a mic! lol
An example of products designed to be the delux model and the basic model is that Jaguar XJ X300 series. For example they had the 6 cylinder engine as a 4 litre and a 3.2 litre. The difference in engine size was how the crank was machined, litre had a longer stroke but all the parts are the same. There was no reason to want the 3.2 because it was less powerful and no better on fuel.
One does not need a fucking philosophy for re-purposing fucking everyday devices.
Lol, you won’t do shit with an old router.
Less disposable stuff can be salvaged for parts, but it’s always easier(and better) to buy new ones.
been doing this since i was 7, my first one was 2 radios into a metal detector
here it comes a profession hackers has come to do all types of hacking you need for you all you have to do is just to add on Instagram michaelmorrris12 thanks
try to hack your mic mate getday.
where we can follow this guy
It seems the real professionals end up creating their own tools, and it’s not just a practice found in modifying and repairing consumer grade electronics, it’s found in other industries as well.
Big shout out to Ballarat!
I’ll be honest, I’d never heard of the place before I watched The Doctor Blake Mysteries.
Nice video men!
I need help… I got two ssd’s of 120 GB that i want to solder them to
make a single 240 GB ssd (same brand and model)
Just to learn,i know
i could just use a software partitioner but i want to know how to
manipulate hard drives and solder in a basic way
and i want the
computer to recognize it as a single drive just like with a normal 240
also i wondered if i could do the same with hhds or usb flash drives or
maybe combine more and more cheap ssds of 120gb to make a 1.2 TB bunch
I dont understand why but i cant find anything like that on google…
so if you know how to do this or if you know any tutorial i would
appreciate it a lot,
I wondered if i could just solder cables from one disk’s SATA pins to
the other one,and then connect supply energy to both ssds,but only
connect one SATA cable to the motherboard…
Yeah… I’ve recently got one of those photo frame with an Amlogic AML6210AP on it… and I’ve shared your Google "adventure";)
*_I CAN HACK IT_* ^!!^
You should too00OO
Where do these guys go to school? Who/where/what type of course makes one end up such a geek?
I went to a good school and was one of the only person interested in electronics (in the 80’s/90’s). Perhaps it was my inability to deal with mathematics that lead me or rather didn’t lead me to such a secondary education.
Lmao…….Gambiarra: The Brazilian art of the improvised fix, kludge or creation. – With an emphasis on an artful nature! Here in Brazil everyone who do "Gambiarra" is know as " trash worker "! hahahahahahaha
could have edited out the noise feedback… geez
All great an all, but I wish the guy would stop picking up the water, pretend he’s going to open the cap, than giving up and putting it back on the table. That was getting on my nerves!
You can’t even adjust your microphone to not reach the saturation,dumb Limey !
how to tun wacom ctl 672 to iball a414 take note ?
if you see video of both model you will get the difference. At any wacom ctl model ; you will see when some one write at wacom’s touch pad, line appears at computer screen . But to write in a iball a414; we need a iball digital pen filling real ink and any a4 size paper. here paper size does not matter whether i will fit in wacom pad or not ! here technology conversion matters ! my email address email@example.com , if you wish to peraonally email me . thanks in advance .
Take the water away from him. I’m sick of hearing him swallow over and over.
Ok. Let’s say I have to build Raspberry Pi handheld device using only scavenged parts… I have old smartphone (MySaga C1). How can I find out what is the arrangement of wires(connectors) so I can start looking for a way to use it with Pi?
shut up !
N acredito q ele usou gambiarra, tava vendo ai, do nada, gambiarra kkkk
great video. costed me $2,600 to built my desktop. full water cooling added.
I have the exact tplink router like at 23:30. I managed to find the serial ports, but that only presents an useless looking debug shell.
The firmware file is also avaliable to download and I managed to extract the filesystem with binwalk.
And unfortunately, custom router firmwares like openwrt or ddwrt does not support it because of ram and flash limitations.
So I’m a bit stuck now. I would really like to run my own code on it, finding gpio-s and controlling stuff and messing around with the hardware.
So any of you guys know where to seek help hacking this stuff? 🙂
4:59 ffs get your popcorn at half time.
I built a time travel machine. !
I want to hack into a cell phone and make a transmitter out of it to the other hacked phone. make them sort of walkie talkie. how do I do that?
Yup. This is exactly what I have been doing and for the same reason of not having money.
So 15 years of learning and studying so we can turn a $1500 laptop into a cat feeder that doesn’t work 😀 Honestly this is taking things too far. I love the concept but I’m not yet grasping the practicality. Except for learning purposes. Like your style but can’t see the point. Good video though.
so much rambling!
"gambiarra" pronunciation: close enough