Are there any instructables available when it comes to "Speech-jamming guns"? Like this: http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/arxiv/27620/
Topic by Argot 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hello, Maybe anybody have any ideas how to do this? One of my devices is affected by somebody on this fq range and I would like to turn it off. Thank you.
Question by jmnemonik 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hi All, I'm a new member living in the UK and don't know anything about eletronics.I am looking for some help on how to block my neighbours radio signal-He is a radio ham and everytime he is transmitting i get the whole conversation through my radio, hifi and stand alone TV's and anything that has a speaker attached to it-sometimes get lines through my TV. Hope you can help Best regards Tony Mac
Topic by Tony mac 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Come to the first Arduino Jam @ Timelab Ghent Belgium. From 3 february to 5 february you can join to jam with your arduino. With a maximum of 30 makers, we are going to make a few crazy projects. We don't know yet, what kind of crazy stuff you can come up with. 48hours of sleepless Arduino fun. The Timelab is a fully equipped fablab with 3D printers, lasercutters and much more of tools you don't have at home. So subscribe here and join our quest for the most crazy arduino project of 2012. All the projects will be documented on instructables and the winner will go home with lots of arduino shields. You can find the links to the 7 projects here. Thx to our sponsors: Capgemini Ledsee timelab AppSaloon www.arduino-jam.org
Topic by cinezaster 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hi! Since I'm not very proficient in food making yet, figured it would be wise to ask for advice. Issue: I have many jars of various jams because grandparents make some every summer-autumn season, yet I only consume it once a week on my binge day and even then there's only so much of it one can eat. Preferred solution: I intend to make some sort of candy from the jam. Most likely something jelly-gummy like, maybe dip that in chocolate/mix some nuts in or do whatever else comes to mind. Basically solidify the jam. So how do I go about doing this? Will adding a lot of gelatine do the trick or should I reduce moisture content too? If so, how? Any other suggestions and bewares welcome too as well as other ways of using jam in bulk! Thanks, Raitis
Question by Raitis 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hello, I am using a wireless camera connected by coaxial cable to my computer but it still is interfering with my internet router as they both work on 2.4 Ghz. Does anybody know how to jam the camera signal? i was thinking of covering the camera antenna with foil. Regards
Question by lonzu 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hello to anyone reading this, I have a jammed seat belt in a 1998 Ford Taurus, and I was looking for some help with fixing it. I've seen videos on youtube that offers an all-in-one fix for jammed seat belts for various car models (including ford), but I'd like get some opinions here before I consider using the video's steps. I've included a picture of the jammed seat belt. Any help would be most appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Topic by SR91 2 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Arduino Jam was an 48 hour event held at the timelab in Ghent, Belgium. 18 jammers started friday the 3th of february with a brainstorm session. The only restriction they had is that the projects needed to be powered by Arduino. 7 projects emerged from their brains. They teamed up and started on their projects to make their ideas come true. Here is an overview of the projects: - #1: Xtreme Buzzwire-4-2 article on hackaday - Reversed geo cache with only direction no distance. - Nipkow pong & RGBCMY resolution test & 16 million color nipkowduino - Kinect face follower - Duck n jump Tv out game - Bleeber - A physical layer between data and action - Capgemini sound to light modulator Thanks for our Sponsor who made this Jam possible:
Topic by cinezaster 7 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Arduino Jam was an 48 hour event held at Timelab in Ghent, Belgium. 18 jammers started friday the 3th of february with a brainstorm session. The only restriction they had was that the projects needed to be powered by Arduino. 7 projects emerged from their brains. They teamed up and started on their projects to make their ideas come true. * #1: Xtreme Buzzwire-4-2 * Nipkow pong & RGBCMY resolution test & 16 million color niptokowduino * Kinect face follower * Duck n jump Tv out game * Bleeber - A physical layer between data and action * Capgemini sound to light modulator Thanks to our sponsors that made this event happen:
Topic by jekkos 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I'm looking to make little pots of jam as a wedding favour. Ideally it would be affordable and in season if possible (I'm getting married at the end of June). Although, it would be easier to make the jam well ahead of time. So, I guess what I'm looking to make is cheap but interesting and delicious jam.
Question by samantha13 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
Monster Jam Games!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Question by Ryan1998 10 years ago
. I've ordered some at 10% is this enough?
Question by jibatsu 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi I have these Straightwire Rhapsody S RCA interconnects . They have a threaded sleeve over the RCA plugs. Mine are totally jammed !!! and any attempt to turn them is loosening the RCA plug on the AMP itself !!! the RCA plug is supposedly Gold - meaning gold plated copper mostly the sleeve is nickel looking I tried pliers ! no avail ! Help!!! thanks NEO
Topic by neo.aureus 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
It's an HP Deskjet 3740--a cheapie, yes, and about 5 years old. The paper is 35% recycled from Office Depot. Is recycled paper known for jamming printers, or is this my imagination?
Question by joescratch 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
When i try to make a gun with a mag it always ends up jamming because the barrel is slightly to big and I can't find an easy way to solve my problem.
Question by MrSillyGuns 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Thanks for the replies guys but I was serious! And I don't give a MONKIES ...///// if it's illegal!!!
Question by galleyslave 7 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
First my drive did not open so I repaired it using the paperclip method BUT did not turn off the PC. Now every time I boot up, the drive makes a repetitive jerking sound and I have to push in the already closed drive to make the noise stop and enable the PC to boot. IS there something I can do to fix it? Tks
Question by perdu1 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Ive got some teeny 'wilkin and sons' glass jam jars and think they would make really cute candles. though im wondering if they would be too small to be safe. i would most likely use a soy wax as it burns at a lower temperature and maybe a thin wick to keep the flame small. the jars are about the size of a tea light (though the opening wont allow to fit one of those in). anyone got any tips?
Topic by taemuli 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I have a 99 Legacy. The stock sound system is an in dash 6 CD changer w/ AM/FM and Cassette. It was modded by a previous owner to accept MP3 or other external source via, I think, the cassette circuitry. Anyways, the unit sounds fine, but it came preloaded with 6 CDs that are apparently stuck inside the unit. I'm a bit unsure as to how to proceed to remove them without causing damage. I don't really care about the CDs themselves, just to protect the unit. Thanks in advance, Jim
Question by jimmilt 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hi, I have a new neighbour and despite pleading, he puts his radio on outside our bedroom window. Is there any way to disrupt or jam the am /fm radio station so when he puts it on we can disrupt the signal. Maybe he would get the hint that the radio no longer works from that window and he would move it somewhere else. Please can anyone help?
Question by oscarwhite 10 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
See the screenshot. The message below (Type error: can't access dead object) appeared in the instructables tab after I accessed a forum topic in another tab. The pop-up completely jammed my browser - I could not close the pop-up (it popped back up instantly), and I could neither close the tab nor even close the browser through normal routes (corner-X, Alt-F4), all I got was a blink of the screen, a warning tone and the pop-up back. I had to shut down and start again.
Topic by Kiteman 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I live in a little piece of paradise, in the forested mountains of Puerto Rico. Unfortunately, I don't find many musicians near where I live to improvise music with. Since I have a guest house for visitors, it would be nice to import some musicians to fill it once in a while. Also artists and other creative people to play with. I mostly play tootophone, latabonkers, and a variety of other musical instruments I make. (Search Instructables for tootophone and latabonkers.) I lean toward improvisational jazz, but can improvise along with just about anything. I have some recording capability. Let me know if you might be interested.
Topic by Thinkenstein 4 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Question by Pat_Maroney 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Okay, I recently bought a Tommy 20 (what was I thinking?) to decorate/mod and make a "needle rifle" out of it with green LED darts (haven't made any designs for those yet) and so I took it home and tested it out. The results almost made me cry. But I figured that I could find a way to fix my problems. I opened it up (my dad doesn't know, shhhh!!!! It's my gun anyway), and I wrapped rubber bands around the drive wheels. It helped a little, but I'm still having problems. The darts aren't being pushed out of the holder far enough, and the ones that don't catch end up getting stuck and causing a huge jam up. Is there anything I can do to the mechanism that pushes these wretched darts forward push farther? Is there a cut I can make in the plastic that lets the darts not jam up? Should I keep the rubber bands on, or even-glue them on? What should I do (I just want it to shoot and not jam-I could care less about accuracy).
Question by MattGyver92 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I just did something very idiotic--I jammed a piece of PVC piping onto my drill. I have no idea how to get it off. I have already tried pulling and prying on it as much as I could, and I even grabbed the PVC and gunned the drill. How can I free my drill?
Question by Shagglepuff 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Question by Pranjal Joshi 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
This is my new idea of a bullpup machine pistol. It is really cool looking and awesome. But sadly it jams up whenever you try to fire it; let alone load it. If anyone can make this from the pics, and not make it jam up; show or tell me =D
Topic by beanieostrich 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Question by holly13 10 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Question by Xolin 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I would like one these to mess with the people at my shop. If anyone is interested, email me @ email@example.com
So ive played guitar/bass in the past but have recently switched to drums the past year. I would like to put together a recording system that would allow me to not only record guitar/bass onto my computer but also allow me to output those recordings to their respective amps simultaneously for playback. I have a buddy that plays guitar so would like to jam out with a bass line as well or when he's not around I can jam out to both. Any ideas of equipment /software that might be needed ?
Topic by Red12345 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Alright, I have this friend of mine who is really into pranks, and loves messing with my computer and the computers of his college roommates, so I'm trying to come up with a way to jam his WiFi to get back at him. I'm not planning on doing anything illegal with it, just trying to mess with him and get him back for all of his shenanigans. Haha To be a bit of help, I have heard/read on google that it is possible to jam a WiFi signal (which usually runs at 2.4 GHz) with a modified cordless phone, also running at 2.4 GHz. Any ideas? Thanks!
Topic by UberNoober 8 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
HP Officejet 7310xi doesn't feed without jamming using upper feed tray. Should I wipe rollers with alcohol?
We have a grapes tree in our garden. the grapes are at their peak now (if left on the tree they will begin to spoil) the grapes are salty like hell and not edible but perhaps can be used to make some jam or something else parents say trash them - no time to bother making the jam + dont know any friends who do either i see a problem with it - trashing them means trashing the minerals from our garden ground. won't it degrade the ground ability to grow stuff ? how to avoid it ? or does trashing them actually help remove excess salt from the ground ? (is the problem with the ground or with the tree itself ?)
Question by 11010010110 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I've got an old Breadman (TR333) bread machine and it's still chugging along. The newer models have more useful programs (like Jam and Pasta) but have horrible flimsy baking pans. What I'd like to do is reprogram my old solid bread machine to do these new programs. I've seen the hacks to roast coffee in the bread machines but I don't think they mess with the controller circuit. I think they just re-wire them to mix constantly and point a heat gun at the beans.
Question by tewharau 9 years ago | last reply 1 year ago