Anyone have any idea's to make yourself more stealthy?
Topic by orrichio 11 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
You might have looked at my last question about fireless smoke and the game im making, but i was wondering if you had any other ideas. i've already begun making plans on a dart gun, a sort of camouflaged robe, and light body armor for underneath it. so, wat do u got?
Question by mrfishy 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Would anyone happen to know of a portable mp3 player that has some sort of setting to allow it turn on and off automatically when external power is cut, such as when it is plugged into an accessory outlet in a car? I am trying to design a simple, inexpensive, and stealthy sound system for a friend's reproduction classic car. There is no place for a standard head unit. What I would like to do is hide a small tripath type amp and a small portable mp3 player behind the dash. Any ideas?
Topic by Mr. Beefhead 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi everyone, I just entered my off-grid cabin design in the outdoors contest and I would like to invite you to view it, leave feedback and vote if you like the cabin and off-grid systems. I am a long time off-grid homesteader and I live in a 14x14 solar and wind powered cabin with many off-grid systems of my own design. My contest entry: https://www.instructables.com/id/Off-Grid-Stealth-Cabin-Plans/ Thanks LaMar
Topic by LaMar Solarcabin 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I was thinking of making some to sell but how do you make your modded controller undectable to xbox live? Also just a tip for everyone instead of making a button I was just going to connect it to the sync button like how my friend does it.
I have a problem programming my stealth USB caps locker (link) the PCB is ready, the components soldered on, and ive made connections to my ghetto programmer. now, i opened programmers notepad and wanted to program it, but now it just gives a whole load of errors: > "make.exe" program set -e; avr-gcc -MM -mmcu=attiny45 -I. -g -Os -funsigned-char -funsigned-bitfields -fpack-struct -fshort-enums -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wa,-adhlns=main.lst -std=gnu99 main.c \ | sed 's,\(.*\)\.o[ :]*,\1.o \1.d : ,g' > main.d; \ [ -s main.d ] || rm -f main.d main.c:19:20: error: usbdrv.h: No such file or directory main.c:20:21: error: oddebug.h: No such file or directory Compiling: main.c avr-gcc -c -mmcu=attiny45 -I. -g -Os -funsigned-char -funsigned-bitfields -fpack-struct -fshort-enums -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wa,-adhlns=main.lst -std=gnu99 main.c -o main.o In file included from main.c:16: c:/winavr-20090313/lib/gcc/../../avr/include/util/delay.h:85:3: warning: #warning "F_CPU not defined for " main.c:19:20: error: usbdrv.h: No such file or directory main.c:20:21: error: oddebug.h: No such file or directory main.c:25: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'reportBuffer' main.c:26: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'idleRate' main.c:27: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'reportCount' main.c:33: error: 'USB_CFG_HID_REPORT_DESCRIPTOR_LENGTH' undeclared here (not in a function) main.c: In function 'buildReport': main.c:65: error: 'uchar' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:65: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once main.c:65: error: for each function it appears in.) main.c:65: error: expected ';' before 'key' main.c:68: error: 'reportCount' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:69: error: 'key' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:73: error: 'reportBuffer' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c: In function 'timerPoll': main.c:87: error: 'reportCount' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c: At top level: main.c:104: error: expected '=', ',', ';', 'asm' or '__attribute__' before 'usbFunctionSetup' main.c: In function 'calibrateOscillator': main.c:143: error: 'uchar' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:143: error: expected ';' before 'step' main.c:144: error: expected ';' before 'trialValue' main.c:149: error: 'trialValue' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:149: error: 'step' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:150: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbMeasureFrameLength' main.c:157: error: 'optimumValue' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c: In function 'main': main.c:193: error: 'uchar' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:193: error: expected ';' before 'i' main.c:194: error: expected ';' before 'calibrationValue' main.c:196: error: 'calibrationValue' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:200: warning: implicit declaration of function 'odDebugInit' main.c:201: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbDeviceDisconnect' main.c:202: error: 'i' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:205: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbDeviceConnect' main.c:211: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbInit' main.c:215: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbPoll' main.c:222: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbInterruptIsReady' main.c:222: error: 'reportCount' undeclared (first use in this function) main.c:224: warning: implicit declaration of function 'usbSetInterrupt' main.c:224: error: 'reportBuffer' undeclared (first use in this function) make.exe: *** [main.o] Error 1 > Process Exit Code: 2 > Time Taken: 00:03 maybe its this: ""Download capslocker.hex and use AVR Studio or a standalone programming tool to write into the ATTiny45 Flash. Oh, you'll also need to select the fuse for PLL/1k clock source." thats what the maker of this thingie said, but what is the fuse for PLL/1k clock source? could it be that? when i use the .hex file, i get about the same. whats the problem? i didnt change anything.
Question by godofal 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
The ebay site says that there is a red glow from the 850s and the 970s are invisible
Question by kuhldad 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Im inventing a game that uses a lot of stealth, but i cant risk a fire hazard in my woods. any help? and btw, if u live fond du lac, it may be comin soon. nowhere near finished yet...
Question by mrfishy 8 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Sup all! I'm really interested in becoming a modern ninja, so I googled it a bit. In order to be an urban ninja, I will have to learn parkour and the highlighted of the traditional 18 ninja skills, others will be useless.(Horsemanship? It's Urban Ninjutu, in a city...) Check wikipedia here for more info. unarmed combat sword techniques stick and staff techniques throwing weapons techniques pyrotechnics and explosives disguise and impersonation stealth and entering methods water training tactics espionage escaping and concealment meteorology geography I need to find a good book/DVD series that will teach me traditional Ninjutsu, thus will teach me all of the listed skills. I want to focus mainly on unarmed combat, followed by stick, staff and sword techniques and weapon throwing. The rest is stealth, to sneak into places without being detected. That should make me a basic ninja. Finally, after I'll know these, I will study the less important skills - the italic skills. What I ask for help is, to give me a good DVD or a book that will teach me either parkour or Taijutsu(unarmed combat). These are the things I want the most, explained before. I prefer the course to be free, like an online study course.
Question by netbus 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I am in the pre-panning stages of a project in which I would like to make a false over-the-mantle mirror to hide an LED TV using mylar on a motorized roll to pass over the television. I will be building a frame and really need some brainstorming help with a starting off point for fabbing the mylar into a false mirror. Parts, ideas, etc. from a very simple, mechanical-tension model to more complex, electrically motorized design would be much appreciated. Thanks!
Topic by cepartin 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Steampunk Top hat See-Through Concrete Non-Polaroid Film in a Polaroid Camera Fix Your Headphones Paracord Belt Cats Plastic Bags Traditional Carved Bone Pendant Hard Drive Rotary Sander Stealth Bumper Sticker Prank Under Shelf Spice Rack Disposable Camera Slave Flash Red Oak Pyramid Bow Guitars Heating and Cooling Jacket
Topic by fungus amungus 9 years ago
Im thinking bout possibly making it into a stealth safe. but all I would need is the shell. Im not very electronical but I would love to make something cool out of the components on the insides. Theres Gears and wires and buttins and a small motor. Ohhh and the thingy-majig that reads the cd. Ohhh goody goody Im soo excited.
Question by CrawdadMan 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
This is my second year serving as Contest Manager and I am always blown away at the content we get in through our Halloween Contest. The creativity and craftsmanship that our authors put into their costumes, props, decorations, and food is truly amazing! It is the perfect time to shine for any maker and it is easily my favorite time of year to build. This year we received a whopping 1500 entries! The editorial team had quite the daunting task of selecting the 2 grand prize winners. I'm excited to announce Stealth Iron Man with Electronics and Servos and the Mikey Costume as the grand prize winners! The Stealth Iron Man with Electronics and Servos by mizunohadouken took an incredible 8 months to build! Exceptional presentation and use of technical skills including 3D modeling and pepakura, microcontrollers to control costume animation and LED functionality proves this project is a stand out. The Mikey Costume by dericrw brings the classic TMNT to life! I've implemented various casting techniques for projects, but my jaw drops when I look at this projects outstanding documentation and use of body casting! It really transforms the subject into a different character. The thing I love about this project is it is both aspirational and attainable to your everyday Halloween enthusiast. Congratulations Mizunohadouken and dericrw for a job well done! Cheers! Carleyy Contest Manager
Topic by Carleyy 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I just cant find it, and yet i see "attiny45" "attiny85" "attiny13" "attiny25" and some others all over the net, theyr all 8pin. what exactly is the difference? and can i use a C++ program for an attiny45 on a attiny13 without modifications? and if not, what do i need to alter? couse i want to make a stealth USB caps lockers (macetech.com/blog/node/46#comment-834) but i only have attiny13 lying around. i also like the blinking, singing, marioman (www.instructables.com/id/Marioman/) but that also uses a different attiny...
Question by godofal 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I’m new to instructables & need input for digital voice recording system for memory impaired people (no short term memory) Need to record real time based voice all day/ everyday in stealth mode. Need time & stamped into recording/ otherwise it is too time-consuming & software intense & $$ to be practical/ which means it will not work. Never working in the past because of hassles with analog tape systems & not time/date linked. Music industry had the newest digital voice recorders w removable memory but not time based & microphones choice is wide range especially w/o experience. Need to search & recall audio files using an appointment type schedule or Day-Timer as a reference. Controls need to be simple on/off, preferably on by default (remember, users r memory impaired & will forget to turn things on). Without time base into original recording, it's hard to delete not needed recording time files. I'm now thinking small camcorders can record higher quality, be time based/ & provide more control, options, etc over regular recording. Brain injuries & dementia cause most memory loss problems. This system is considered adaptive equipment for disabilities. I'm hope instructables has the users with technical background who can help with this project because I'm @ a standstill pulling it together. Anyone with electrical audio engineering background? How many M's r out there? Digital audio combines new stuff from several industries. Mics from music & hearing aids, stealth portable wiring already in mp3 jackets & vests. Anyone interested? I don’t know how collaborations work & this may be the first according to the website? rafdo designs
Topic by rafdo 12 years ago
Materials: High output IR light/beacon Power source Cable tv remote or equivalent code sender High altitude urban viewpoint Stealth attire The basic scheme is to send out a high output IR signal from this beacon to cable boxes to switch channels . The signal would be bright enough to reflect into any facing windows and reach the cable box IR receiver. It might hopefully affect tv's within a radius of a mile? Or more! If performed at a certain appointed time, say, at the beginning of the Super Bowl, to tune in to, say, the History Channel, it's possible the effect will show up in the Neilson ratings as a momentary blip, before annoyed football fans switch their tv's back. Guerrilla social mischief. If successful. Thanks.
Topic by bilham 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
We just got back from a trip to South Wales - lovely weather, and we managed to visit a couple of iconic locations; The stealth entrance to Torchwood. It's just a real shame that the base got destroyed last year, so the kerbstone wasn't working... Pendine Sands. Unfortunately, the Sands but up against an active MoD firing range, so most of it was shut (we could hear explosions and something that sounded like the mother of all machine guns). We did get to play on the sand, though - it is astonishingly flat, and very firm. Apparently that's all down to the precise shape and size of the grains. I also found a new favourite castle (Kidwelly), and Conker-X found a new favourite duck (White Headed), and Roger-X was savaged by yet another species (Coscoroba Swan). If anybody is planning a holiday, we can all heartily recommend a stay in South Wales.
Topic by Kiteman 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Just wanted to know what the best guns are out and what everyone has got which show how much knex they have got sort of but anyway here is mineI have the ww2 springfeild by knex stealth https://www.instructables.com/id/WW2-Springfield/I also have the top loading rifle by dutchj http://knexinnovation.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=49&t;=846and also have the slide action pistol by me which i will be posting soonand also have the br36 thing by bakenbitz http://knexinnovation.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=49&t;=798also the sniper rifle by meon the picture with the slide out its not normally that bent its just cause I took the rubber bands of of it to make it stay in that position also i couldnt find the br36 i think its in my loft or someting like that dunno but i have got it built up somewere
Topic by knex mad 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
. Here's the lastest counts: lemonie:355 Re-design:324 frollard:241 Steveastrouk:185 Kiteman:165 orksecurity:160 seandogue:138 GuardianFox:132 kelseymh:139 NachoMahma:95 ZEROGX:83 Burf:83 RavingMadStudios:76 AndyGadget:67 NobodyInParticular:58 jeff-o:51 jtobako:48 alex-sharetskiy:43 Grathio:44 DJ+Radio:43 MahavishnuMan:44 Killer~SafeCracker:39 Gorfram:35 UziMonkey:34 11010010110:33 mikeasaurus:33 Joe+Martin:32 Jayefuu:30 caitlinsdad:26 gmoon:27 rickharris:23 AngryRedhead:22 Jack+A+Lopez:24 killerjackalope:20 Mr.+Stealth:20 cyberpageman:18 ChrysN:18 Prfesser:18 RelaxedSoup:18 siliconghost:18 karnuvap:17 randofo:17 CameronSS:15 fwjs28:15 iPodGuy:15 Zengineer1618:13 ewilhelm:12 canida:11 Goodhart:11 purduecer:11 Hiyadudez:10 kevinhannan:10 acidbass:10 gmjhowe:6 yokozuna:4 The+Ideanator:2 LoneWolf:3
Topic by NachoMahma 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I REALLY want Wireless headphones, but the caveat is that I want them to be earbuds. I've seen people do all sorts of things to the big bulky ones, but I need these for stealth; I wanna listen to music in school! haha Don't try and tell me I ought to be studying either! =P The original plan was to use an RF transmitter and a RF receiver for each earbud, but RF modulation is static-ey and is subject to a LOT of interference. So the alternative is Bluetooth or other means of digital modulation. I can't find a way to make your own "bluetooth" per se, leaving the only option to cannibalize another bluetooth device. Below is a quick sketch of what I had in mind. I know there's more to it like resistors and whatnot, but I'll let you folks figure that stuff out. XD The idea is that the headphone hook around your ear and the receiver will hang off the back of your ear. If you have any questions, just ask! =D Thanks for your help!!
Topic by dionysus.god 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
. As of Sunday, March 11, 2010, the following ppl have received patches (Username:#BestAnswers): lemonie:334 Re-design:315 frollard:235 Steveastrouk:175 Kiteman:163 orksecurity:146 seandogue:133 GuardianFox:128 kelseymh:126 . The other ppl on the check list are: NachoMahma:86 ZEROGX:79 Burf:78 AndyGadget:66 RavingMadStudios:60 NobodyInParticular:58 jtobako:46 alex-sharetskiy:43 KillerSafeCracker:43 Grathio:41 DJ+Radio:41 MahavishnuMan:41 jeff-o:38 Gorfram:35 UziMonkey:34 11010010110:33 Joe+Martin:33 mikeasaurus:32 Jayefuu:29 caitlinsdad:26 AngryRedhead:22 gmoon:21 rickharris:21 Mr.+Stealth:20 Jack+A+Lopez:21 killerjackalope:20 cyberpageman:20 ChrysN:18 siliconghost:18 RelaxedSoup:18 karnuvap:17 Prfesser:16 CameronSS:15 randofo:15 fwjs28:15 iPodGuy:15 Zengineer1618:13 ewilhelm:12 kevinhannan:11 purduecer:11 canida:11 gmjhowe:6 yokozuna:2
Topic by NachoMahma 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
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Topic by scoochmaroo 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
(Sorry if I've usurped the First Post with something that is not of concern to anybody else.) The only reason that I haven't whipped out my PayPal account and "turned pro" yet is that I'd feel unconfortable with the "Pro" badge on my profile image (or avatar, or whatever one calls it). Please note that I don't feel that this applies to anyone but me, but having the "pro" badge on my image would make me feel as if I were sort of lording it over all the non-pro members, kind of an "I put my money where my 1's & 0's are, and you didn't, so nyah-nyah-na-nyah-nyah..." thing. Again, this is not how I feel about others who already have "Pro" badges on their images (in fact, I think Kiteman's badge makes him look extra-cute :), just how I - me, myself, Gorfram - would feel about having it on my - mine, my own, Gorfram's - image. And I fully expect that I am the only person anywhere who feels this way. But would it maybe be possible to become a sort of "stealth Pro" and not have the badge on my image? Thanks.
Topic by Gorfram 9 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Best Answers Count for 2010-06-01 lemonie:375 Re-design:362 frollard:243 Steveastrouk:211 Kiteman:174 orksecurity:174 kelseymh:153 seandogue:147 GuardianFox:131 NachoMahma:108 Burf:94 ZEROGX:94 RavingMadStudios:94 AndyGadget:69 NobodyInParticular:58 jeff-o:51 jtobako:51 Grathio:47 MahavishnuMan:48 DJ Radio:47 mikeasaurus:46 alex-sharetskiy:43 Killer~SafeCracker:39 Gorfram:36 UziMonkey:34 11010010110:33 Joe Martin:32 Jayefuu:34 gmoon:29 Jack A Lopez:29 caitlinsdad:26 rickharris:25 AngryRedhead:24 killerjackalope:23 Mr. Stealth:20 Prfesser:20 siliconghost:19 cyberpageman:20 ChrysN:19 RelaxedSoup:18 karnuvap:19 randofo:17 MichelMoermans:18 CameronSS:15 fwjs28:16 iPodGuy:15 yokozuna:14 Shadowman39:13 Zengineer1618:13 ewilhelm:12 acidbass:12 canida:11 Goodhart:12 purduecer:11 Hiyadudez:10 kevinhannan:10 Lithium Rain:9 The Ideanator:9 plane phanatic:9 M4industries:8 gmjhowe:6 nickodemus:6 kcls:5 LoneWolf:3 artificialintelligence:3 wrivera6:3
Topic by NachoMahma 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hey guys! Yes, it is me again, and Im back with my 3rd challenge- knex mechanisms! :-) WINNER ANNOUNCED! SOORY TO SAY THAT HTIS CHALLENGE WAS NOT AS POPULAR AS THE OTHERS, BUT ANYWHOO, WITHOUT FURTHER ADO, I PRESENT THE WINNER: MIKSTR2 WITH HIS NEW TRIGGER MECH! CONGRATS, YOU WIN A PATCH ALONG WITH THE OTHER PRIZES I MENTIONED! Prize: A patch 5* on all of your ibles Fave all of your ibles Subscription from me :) Anyway, here are some rules for this challenge: Must be a new mechanism Must be 100% Knex (string is also allowed Things you can make could include: Gun mechs, roller coaster mechs(such as automatic gates), motor switch-on mechs,ect... Must be done by the 12th of dec. List of entrants for this round: Killer~safecracker -Entry- Mr.Doomsday (New bullet lock) and a way to make noise with Knex! Haon -Entry- Seleziona -Entry- kNeXFreak -Entry- A new repeating crossbow mech (He asked me not to show a pic and a new type of shotgun ammo (KFC ammo) Mr. Stealth -Entry- TheDunkis -Entry- Jollex -Entry- Bigdylan91 -Entry- Mikestr2 -Entry- A new trigger mech Cm'on, you know you want to enter... go on, do it, enter! Hehe :) Anyway, good luck to anyone who enters!
Topic by Hiyadudez 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
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Topic by NachoMahma 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I know this subject has been brought up before, but I'm the first one to actually have video documentation on this topic to my knowledge: While I'm at it I might as well review TD's Flat knex pistol because I don't feel like making a separate topic for that: Design- 7/10. It succeeds at being compact and flat but this results in some tradeoffs, such as a tiny handle. Bullet lock does not work too well, the ammo falls off given a good shaking. Range- 6/10. About 25 feet with oodammo, with 2 #64's. Any more bands, and I have problems pulling the trigger. I'm gonna go easy on this rating because it's a compact gun for showing off. Comfort- 7/10. Sure the handle is flat, but it's also tiny and pretty hard to grip if you have larger hands. Also the pin tends to hit my hand a bit if I'm not careful due to this. Innovation- 8/10. It's the first truly flat knex gun, but it also sacrifices functionality. Trigger- 8/10. It blocks near the back of the barrel, but the part you pull breaks easily with more than 2 bands. It's comfortable though and the spacers don't fall off. Overall- 7/10. It's a novelty show-off but nothing too powerful. Great for stealth if you ever needed to hide it.
Topic by DJ Radio 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
. In alphabetical order: 11010010110 - 34 acidbass - 26 alex-sharetskiy - 43 AndyGadget - 76 AngryRedhead - 31 artificialintelligence - 4 beckervdejazz.com - 12 Burf - 145 caitlinsdad - 26 CameronSS - 16 canida - 11 ChrysN - 26 cyberpageman - 21 DJ+Radio - 58 dombeef - 1 ewilhelm - 12 frollard - 291 fwjs28 - 16 gmjhowe - 6 gmoon - 32 Goodhart - 13 Gorfram - 48 Grathio - 51 GuardianFox - 134 Hiyadudez - 13 iPodGuy - 17 Jack+A+Lopez - 74 Jayefuu - 50 jeff-o - 88 Joe+Martin - 38 jtobako - 55 karnuvap - 19 kcls - 11 kelseymh - 199 kevinhannan - 12 Killer~SafeCracker - 40 killerjackalope - 26 Kiteman - 199 Koosie - 9 Kryptonite - 11 lemonie - 446 Lithium+Rain - 12 lizzyastro - 5 LoneWolf - 3 M4industries - 11 MahavishnuMan - 54 megametal8 - 2 MichelMoermans - 23 mikeasaurus - 55 Mr.+Stealth - 20 NachoMahma - 144 nickodemus - 17 NobodyInParticular - 58 orksecurity - 280 plane+phanatic - 9 Prfesser - 23 purduecer - 11 randofo - 22 RavingMadStudios - 117 Re-design - 544 RelaxedSoup - 19 rickharris - 70 seandogue - 185 Shadowman39 - 15 siliconghost - 28 Steveastrouk - 346 The+Ideanator - 9 UziMonkey - 34 Willard2.0 - 8 wrivera6 - 10 yokozuna - 47 Zengineer1618 - 13 zero.gx - 89 . Sorry to be so long with the update, but I've been waiting for kelseymh or Kiteman to hit 200. Finally gave up waiting. :)
Topic by NachoMahma 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
11010010110 34 acidbass 35 alex-sharetskiy 44 AndyGadget 128 AngryRedhead 40 artificialintelligence 4 beckervdejazz.com 16 blkhawk 13 Burf 200 (patch sent) caitlinsdad 26 CameronSS 20 canida 12 caarntedd 38 ChrysN 39 cyberpageman 22 diyoutdoorsman 7 DJ+Radio 65 dombeef 1 Dr.+Pepper 22 ewilhelm 11 Flannel+UK 12 frollard 394 fwjs28 16 gmjhowe 6 gmoon 42 Goodhart 13 Gorfram 52 Grathio 53 Hiyadudez 15 iceng 20 iPodGuy 17 Jack+A+Lopez 119 JamesRPatrick 9 Jayefuu 54 jeff-o 98 Joe+Martin 40 jtobako 64 karnuvap 22 kcls 12 kelseymh 287 kevinhannan 13 Killer~SafeCracker 40 killerjackalope 28 Kiteman 241 Koosie 9 Kryptonite 11 lemonie 522 Lithium+Rain 13 lizzyastro 5 LoneWolf 7 M4industries 11 MahavishnuMan 54 MegaMetal8 2 MichelMoermans 24 mikeasaurus 65 Mr.+Stealth 20 NachoMahma 177 nfk11 1 nickodemus 19 NobodyInParticular 59 Nutrition+Man 12 orksecurity 397 plane+phanatic 9 Prfesser 28 purduecer 11 randofo 22 RavingMadStudios 127 Re-design 626 RelaxedSoup 17 rickharris 130 seandogue 224 Shadowman39 22 siliconghost 28 Sorunome 4 Steveastrouk 509 The+Ideanator 23 TitanTechRobotics 4 uniqueutopia 19 username252 2 UziMonkey 34 Willard2.0 9 wrivera6 13 yokozuna 77 Zengineer1618 13 zero.gx 90 -- Best Answers Monitor v1.00.04 (2011-04-25) NachoMahma (Original Perl script by Jayefuu) (Regex help provided by kelseymh) Report Date/Time: 2011/05/21 0748
Topic by NachoMahma 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
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Topic by NachoMahma 8 years ago
Best Answers Monitor v1.00.03 (2010-04-24) NachoMahma (Original Perl script by Jayefuu) (Regex help provided by kelseymh) Report Date: 2011-04-08 20:35 (GMT-5) 11010010110 34 acidbass 34 alex-sharetskiy 45 AndyGadget 119 AngryRedhead 40 artificialintelligence 4 beckervdejazz.com 17 blkhawk 11 Burf 189 caitlinsdad 26 CameronSS 18 canida 12 caarntedd 36 ChrysN 37 cyberpageman 22 DJ Radio 65 dombeef 1 ewilhelm 11 Flannel UK 13 frollard 372 fwjs28 16 gmjhowe 6 gmoon 39 Goodhart 13 Gorfram 51 Grathio 52 Hiyadudez 15 iPodGuy 17 Jack A Lopez 117 JamesRPatrick 9 Jayefuu 54 jeff-o 96 Joe Martin 40 jtobako 63 karnuvap 22 kcls 12 kelseymh 281 kevinhannan 13 Killer~SafeCracker 40 killerjackalope 28 Kiteman 238 Koosie 9 Kryptonite 11 lemonie 502 Lithium Rain 13 lizzyastro 5 LoneWolf 7 M4industries 11 MahavishnuMan 54 MegaMetal8 2 MichelMoermans 24 mikeasaurus 64 Mr. Stealth 20 NachoMahma 176 nfk11 1 nickodemus 19 NobodyInParticular 59 Nutrition Man 13 orksecurity 380 plane phanatic 9 Prfesser 27 purduecer 11 randofo 22 RavingMadStudios 127 Re-design 621 RelaxedSoup 17 rickharris 123 seandogue 220 Shadowman39 22 siliconghost 28 Sorunome 3 Steveastrouk 478 The Ideanator 22 TitanTechRobotics 4 uniqueutopia 18 UziMonkey 34 Willard2.0 9 wrivera6 11 yokozuna 68 Zengineer1618 13 zero.gx 89 knuckel 0 Warning: no member: drpepper1234 Warning: no member: GuardianFox
Topic by NachoMahma 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
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Topic by NachoMahma 7 years ago
I have a problem programming my stealth USB caps locker (link ) the PCB is ready, the components soldered on, and ive made connections to my ghetto programmer. now, i opened programmers notepad and wanted to program it, but now it just gives a whole load of errors: > "make.exe" program Linking: main.elf avr-gcc -mmcu=attiny45 -I. -g -Os -funsigned-char -funsigned-bitfields -fpack-struct -fshort-enums -Wall -Wstrict-prototypes -Wa,-adhlns=main.o -std=gnu99 main.o --output main.elf -Wl,-Map=main.map,--cref -lm main.o: In function `usbFunctionSetup': I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:108: undefined reference to `usbMsgPtr' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:108: undefined reference to `usbMsgPtr' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:115: undefined reference to `usbMsgPtr' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:115: undefined reference to `usbMsgPtr' main.o: In function `main': I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:211: undefined reference to `usbInit' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:215: undefined reference to `usbPoll' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:222: undefined reference to `usbTxLen1' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:224: undefined reference to `usbSetInterrupt' main.o: In function `calibrateOscillator': I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:150: undefined reference to `usbMeasureFrameLength' I:\portableapps\programmers notepad\programma's\CapsLocker/main.c:160: undefined reference to `usbMeasureFrameLength' make.exe: *** [main.elf] Error 1 > Process Exit Code: 2 > Time Taken: 00:01 i believe its a problem with the makefile, but i cant find out what it is anyway. heres the complete zip file: zip file the makefile in that zip doesnt work (for me) so i use one of another program, and with that i get the errors placed above. if you need that makefile, please leave a reply, il try to get it online.
Question by godofal 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
TARC (Team America Rocketry Challenge) is the world's largest rocketry competition. Teams must design, simulate, build, and fly a rocket capable of carrying two raw eggs to 750 feet (no more, no less). The eggs must stay aloft, under a parachute, for precisely 45 seconds. About 700 high school teams compete each year, and the top 100 teams are invited to the finals in Washington DC. My team (#6081) was invited this year. We are a first year team and we finished 13th out of 643 teams. Here' what happened: We woke up bright and early on Saturday to prep the rocket. We put it on the launch pad and declared that it was ready to fly. The rocket zoomed up to 742 feet and stayed aloft for about 41.5 seconds (the goals are 750ft (no more, no less) and 45 seconds (again; no more, no less)). Both raw eggs survived the journey and we were awarded a score of 15.02 (the lower the better). We watched nervously as the other 99 teams launched their rockets. By around 1:30, nearly every team had launched and we were in 7th place! The top 18 teams are required to fly again (the average of the two scores is used to determine the rankings). As we were preparing the rocket, the Stealth B2 Bomber flew overhead - it was spectacular! With the B2 safely out of the way, launching resumed. Our rocket (because the winds suddenly died) flew higher than expected to an altitude of 783 feet and stayed aloft for 44 seconds, giving us a score of around 35. Unfortunately, this score demoted us to 13th place. After the initial disappointment, we were thrilled - our first-year rocketry team had beaten 643 other teams from around the country - we were in the top 2% of rocketry teams all over the United States of America! In addition, because we were one of the top 18 teams, we were invited to attend the NASA Student Launch Initiative (SLI). SLI offers a stipend for a teacher to attend a week long program with NASA focusing on how to integrate hands-on aerospace projects into math and science classrooms. After completion of the program, student rocketry team members are invited to submit a proposal to NASA for a rocket designed to fly one mile high with a scientific payload. If approved by NASA engineers, NASA hires us to build - and fly - our proposed rocket. The entire team is thrilled to have this opportunity! I thought many students who browse this forum might benefit from this post. TARC is an amazing opportunity, and with so many ingenious people on Instructables, the veteran teams will have to fight hard next year!
Topic by icinnamon 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I haven't used the eyeclops night vision 1, so I can't make any comparisons. From the photographs, you can see two sets of lights on either side and a ring of leds around the camera lens. When in low power or "stealth" mode, only the lights on the sides are on. In the dark, the glow very dimly, you have to be 3 feet or less to see them glow and it's still very dim. When in long range mode, the lights on the sides turn off, replaced by the circle of lights in the middle. These are clearly visible at close range, even in daytime, although still with less intensity as a red led. The knob toward the eyepiece is for adjustment of eye. I don't see what it does. The knob on the end near the camera adjusts focus. Seeing things at long range clearly and close range clearly require different adjustments. It's real infrared technology. You can switch between "military" and "spy" The difference between "military" and "spy isn't much. One of them is normal, infrared vision, and the other applies a green layer, making it seem like the view from COD. The 6 knobs along the middle don't do anything. It uses 7.5 volts using 5 AA batteries. There there is only one LCD, despite it claiming dual LCD technology. The skirt on the eyepiece is detachable. The strap feels pretty cheap, I plan on making it into a head light sort of thing later with paracord or elastics. Objects appear closer and you have no peripheral vision though. The latter problem is something all night vision goggles have. Overall, it's not a bad deal for a $50 toy. The most annyoing thing is that the dials are a bit loose, so running or shaking them makes a rattling sound, giving away your position if you were doing covert sneaking around or playing a prank. This is useful for scanning an area in the dark without revealing your location. It's also useful for night spying. What this toy cannot do is read words or anything in detail the size of words. Although navigation is possible, the lack or peripheral vision is a problem. Possible Mods: Add an airsoft or rc car battery to replace the 5 AA batteries. The half near the eye piece can be cut off I think. You would have to add a new compartment for the batteries though and the light from the LCD would leak out. I would add a strap of two so you can use it hands free. I would also attach a smal telescope or lens backward so objects appear normal distance. The peripheral vision problem could hypothetically be solved the same way people make DIY fisheye lenses. Extra infrared LEDs flashlights and other lights could be added around a house, allowing you to cover up the lights, not exposing your position. Another idea is infrared led throwies. They would function like NATO infrared glow sticks, allowing people to track a certain target or where to fire.
Topic by starwing123 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
While I was at work I hit on an idea. The instructable's community if filled with people with broad expertise, talents and interests from all over the world. This is the key element in both creating and solving alternate reality games. For those who may not know, an ARG is a game that is played by hiding clues around the world for people to find and solve. These clues can be extremely vague or even downright unbelievable. This sounds daunting and like it wouldn't work but it actually works better than you could believe. ARG's have been used to promote movies, products, etc by engaging players in a reality within our own and attracting press attention. Some better known examples are: A.I.(The Beast) - This site also includes some other examples Star Trek - this one is unbelievably complicated but with thousands of dedicated fans it was pretty much solved. The thought is we, the community here at instructables.com, could run an ARG to draw in people and the media to promote a topic of our choice using the people and talents found here. If we work together we might be able to succeed at something amazing and promote instructables or even environmentally friendly lifestyles and technology. I don't know if I personally have the time to fully dedicate myself to something as big as this and I have never had the chance to participate in one but with the right group of instructable members this could become a reality. Story example: Messages from a future where the world is coming to an end due to widespread global disasters begin to appear all over the planet warning and guiding its players through efforts that might be able to prevent such a future. It might even be possible to run the game over several years/decades and never let people know if it is real, just a game, or even who is doing it. If done right, this might even cause people to affect evironmental change in their area. This would work kind of like the biggest, longest stealth flash mob ever created : ) The benefit is the costs would be significantly lower than traditional ARG's since we are all over the world and know how to do/build amazing things and love doing so in our free time. Any thoughts? I would suggest that specific details should be kept out of public forums like this one to prevent an information leak if this becomes a reality. UPDATE: I have setup a webpage(http://arg.42dotservegame.org) to help manage the different aspects of a multi-user project like this. The page is restricted to only those that have been invited to join. To get an invite, please PM me and I will get you setup with an account. The username will be the same as your instructable username to prevent confusion. This is to limit access initially until everything gets rolling. Later, active users will be given rights to invite others they think will be good resources. As of right now there are still some things that need to be worked on within the page but I think it is functional enough to be used. Features that are provided are: -Integrated chat -Forums -Wiki -News -Calendar -Limited/restricted file uploads and downloads
Topic by critterfluffy 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Howdy. It's that guy who posts like once every 5 months and says he'll make something but never does. I try, I really do, but then I lose interest in whatever I'm working on, forget about it, and get back into class work. Just to reiterate, I'm on my last semester of college and I just had a job interview, so crossing my fingers that I'll get the job. It's for an associate software engineer position if anyone cares. Programming and crud. Woo. But it'll pay quite handsomely, enough so I may invest in more K'nex in the future. Anyway, once I finish college and get the job (I'm like 85% sure I have it already) I'll pretty much be free to my hobbies after work. I'll have moved out and be living with my friend's parents (awkward) until he moves out and gets a house, in which then I'll live with him until I'm ready to get my own. The point of mentioning this is that other than playing games with him, I won't really have much to do so I'll probably get back into K'nex and do a lot more than I have been since starting college. Hope the community hasn't died off yet. I'm working on a capstone project to graduate, a website that hosts an IRL game of sorts that I came up with. I don't want to link to it yet, but just be on the lookout for when I do. I plan on getting a demo of the game up within the next two weeks or so. So, here's the last thing I was working on before I went on another hiatus. I basically wanted to make a just for fun, but still decent gun that'd perform better than the UMP. I call it the Ninjato, going along with the SMRI theme. The ninjato is often portrayed in Hollywood as a small, katana-like sword wielded by ninjas. So I considered this gun in a similar relation to the SMRI, something based more on compactness and stealth rather than a signature weapon. The idea is that if it were a real firearm, it'd be a compact, internally silenced SMG. There are some obvious resemblances to the SMRI (I'm really liking the rail system and sights I developed) and the UMP. It was haphazardly thrown together in many ways, such as a really cruddy trigger guard I meant to be temporary and no trigger system yet. I was also meaning to get a stock on it and get it firing before I showed any pictures, but of course I never did and I've left it to sit unnoticed for too long. The magazine was meant to have an internal pusher and of course attach UMP style, though it had broken pieces so I was iffy on it. I thought about using it to make a horizontal-mag weapon, though. Overall, the gun looks weird I admit, especially without a stock, but I figured I'd show it anyway. I don't plan on finishing it. Anyway, my next project I'm thinking is to go even simpler than the Ninjato. I thought that I'd more easily complete a smaller weapon and apparently and SMG-esque weapon still wasn't small enough to keep my attention. Well, my natural calling is pistols so I figured with the revival of essentially the sidearm fad, I'll have a go at making a version 2 of my TDSS, again mostly just for fun. And also considering that Instructables somehow lost my old TDSS instructable, it seems fitting. I'm very busy, so I really hope I can dish this one out ASAP.
Topic by TheDunkis 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
The Answers section has seen a lot of activity with loads of questions and plenty of good answers. To salute the curious and the knowledgeable, we are posting three top 50 lists. One for the best answers, one for questions, and a third for total answers. Enjoy! Top 50 members with best answers member best answers 1 lemonie 250 2 frollard 191 3 Re-design 177 4 Kiteman 118 5 GuardianFox 107 6 seandogue 106 7 kelseymh 104 8 orksecurity 103 9 steveastrouk 102 10 ZEROGX 72 11 NachoMahma 60 12 NobodyInParticular 55 13 AndyGadget 52 14 jtobako 42 15 alex-sharetskiy 40 16 KillerSafeCracker 37 17 Burf 35 18 Gorfram 35 19 11010010110 34 20 UziMonkey 34 21 mikeasaurus 32 22 Grathio 28 23 Joe Martin 28 24 caitlinsdad 25 25 DJ Radio 24 26 MahavishnuMan 20 27 Mr. Stealth 20 28 rickharris 19 29 jeff-o 18 30 ChrysN 17 31 RelaxedSoup 17 32 cyberpageman 16 33 gmoon 15 34 CameronSS 15 35 RavingMadStudios 15 36 randofo 15 37 Jayefuu 14 38 karnuvap 14 39 killerjackalope 14 40 AngryRedhead 13 41 fwjs28 13 42 iPodGuy 13 43 Prfesser 13 44 Zengineer1618 12 45 ewilhelm 12 46 Jack A Lopez 12 47 kevinhannan 11 48 purduecer 11 49 canida 11 50 siliconghost 11 Top 50 members with questions asked member questions asked 1 PKTraceur 50 2 knexsuperbulderfreak 49 3 XOIIO 48 4 sharlston 41 5 Berkin 39 6 ReCreate 37 7 NYPA 36 8 miiwii3 35 9 mad magoo 34 10 _Ko0LaiD_ 28 11 flanimal 28 12 cyc4015 27 13 godofal 25 14 Re-design 25 15 Zem 24 16 trf 23 17 madrasi 22 18 TOCO 22 19 LuminousObject 22 20 codongolev 22 21 albylovesscience 21 22 nepheron 21 23 The Ideanator 21 24 CrawdadMan 21 25 Zaphod Beeblebrox 18 26 DJ Radio 18 27 Gorfram 18 28 Thelonelysandwitch 18 29 led235 18 30 robots199 17 31 kevinhannan 17 32 thecookiemonster 17 33 CameronSS 17 34 Bert99 17 35 Shadow Ops 17 36 afw11 17 37 jovenhatsjr 17 38 shawnf 16 39 Yashknowsbetter 16 40 anna rox 16 41 UbuntuNinja 16 42 bowmaster 16 43 animan1 15 44 brandegor 15 45 cdubnbird 15 46 arnold54 14 47 bwpatton1 14 48 Wafflicious 14 49 KillerSafeCracker 14 50 vince 09 14 Top 50 members with answers given member answers given 1 lemonie 4422 2 seandogue 2943 3 frollard 2573 4 Re-design 2504 5 steveastrouk 1843 6 orksecurity 1460 7 Kiteman 1451 8 NachoMahma 1095 9 kelseymh 1022 10 GuardianFox 955 11 alex-sharetskiy 889 12 NobodyInParticular 777 13 jtobako 728 14 DJ Radio 675 15 ZEROGX 665 16 11010010110 624 17 AndyGadget 517 18 Burf 494 19 RavingMadStudios 443 20 ReCreate 405 21 Gorfram 397 22 jeff-o 372 23 fwjs28 370 24 Joe Martin 344 25 kevinhannan 327 26 robotguy4 313 27 KillerSafeCracker 312 28 rickharris 278 29 Jayefuu 274 30 acidbass 267 31 mikeasaurus 263 32 sharlston 256 33 geodez 240 34 UziMonkey 239 35 Kryptonite 239 36 caitlinsdad 238 37 XOIIO 233 38 Z.. 232 39 TigerNod 218 40 drbill 210 41 Bartboy 204 42 Molten Boron 203 43 cyberpageman 200 44 I_am_Canadian 190 45 iPodGuy 189 46 MahavishnuMan 189 47 Goodhart 184 48 logic boy 181 49 Chicken2209 177 50 PKTraceur 177
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