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Mark Anderson / HydraBus
The HydraBus is an open source multi-tool hardware for anyone interested in Learning/Developping/Debugging/Hacking/Penetration Testing for basic or advanced embedded hardware. The MCU is one of the fastest Cortex M4F on the market and is more than 40X faster than an Arduino (STM32F415, 32bits@168MHz=210DMIPS vs Arduino Uno, 8bits@16MHz=5.2DMIPS). HydraBus can be also used as Test Bench for hardware validation/test with help of embedded python script or native C/C++ firmware and it is a perfect tool for hardware pentesting. HydraBus is evolutive with the help of “Shield” hardware extensions (first Shield is HydraNFC).
Mark Anderson / Dwengo
After nearly a year of development, lots of new features and thousands of other improvements, Django 1.1 is here and ready for prime time!
Mark Anderson / HydraNFC
HydraNFC is an open source NFC (13.56MHz) Shield hardware for researcher, hackers, students, embedded software developers or anyone interested in debugging/hacking/developing/penetration testing NFC hardware.
Mark Anderson / RoboCup PCB Repository
Welcome to the Georgia Tech RoboJackets repository for management and storage of RoboCup's hardware files! Additional information about the team and current projects can be found on the RoboJackets Website and the RoboJacket Wiki. If you are a new member to the RoboCup electrical team and have never used git version control before, we highly recommend that you familiarize yourself with it.
saiteja / Temperature controlled fan using Atmega8 controller
its about controlling a fan using temperature sesnor
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