@rivques0This is the TOTKey, a tool that generates time-based one-time passwords (TOTPs) for 2-factor authentication. I don't always have my phone when I want to log into an account, so I built this. It's an RP2040-based #onboard PCB with a 128x32 OLED screen, a real-time clock, and a few buttons. The board runs CircuitPython, but it's all managed via WebSerial and a web interface at rivques.dev/random-raw-files/totkey.html.@Evan0made a hack club in-n-out sticker as part of my 100 days shopping list! thanks for the feedback @sarahcha and @reesericci!
@msw0Right now I’m working on creating a pair of LED glasses from scratch for #onboard with a completely custom designed-PCB. Once I finish the design and get a working prototype in the mail, I’ll make a tutorial.
The way it will work is that each eye has a grid of LED lights on it, and you will be able to program it to flash pretty patterns while they’re on your face. The glasses themselves are purely PCB boards, no extra components (so there is a front piece in the shape of sunglasses that go in front of your eyes, then 2 PCB pieces that go behind your ears and hold that front piece to your face.
Over the weekend I had a call with @ky200617 to help me figure out how to lay out the components because I had trouble fitting them all, so now I’m spacing all the parts out to make it easier to route them. I’ve removed all the wires from the design, and will be starting the wiring from scratch. Also, you’ll see the neopixels gone from the board- now I’m going to wire up the rest of the board first before laying out the LEDs.
@msw0I’m working on my LED glasses today & now I’m placing the components. Had some issues with the size of the battery holders, so I found some smaller ones to hold 4 AAA batteries.
@sarahcha0trying out arduino nano BLE 33!! it’s really cool :)
@leom0Yay my third round of PCBs came! Time to solder my mini macropad together! (Thanks to OSH Park for the beautiful after-dark PCBs!)
@Sam0Another day of :shad: Shad! Spent most of today at 🇨🇦 Southern Alberta Institute of Technology aka SAIT! Took the Calgary C-Train 🚊 there and back. Really nice campus and learned tons with pipe soldering and hydraulics! 🛠️
@SamratBose0Any guesses? Hint- servo motor, Arduino Uno and TCS230
@m040Dear ImGui running on a teensy!! Just need to get the hardware write time down somehow, but even as is it's quite usable
@karmanyaahm0Day 99? of Winter Hardware Wonderland - Project Oreo Custom Rubber Ducky
I left a parting gift for my CS teacher. Next year 1st pd CS will find this beauty.
this uses a Go server running on my computer, which interfaces with the arduino to get nunchuck data (pings the arduino, which returns binary data via serial), & as a proof of concept runs an http server which is being called by a lil html/js app to display joystick position@Cheru0got a wii nunchuck hooked up to an arduino! thinking of using this for FRC control :>@karmanyaahm0Soldering male connectors to the headers on an Arduino Nano (We have to get Mr. Robot done next week and don't have time to order proper jumpers 🙃)
@Sameer0YOHOO!! Hackclub Twitter posted about me and my drone!! All thanks to the amazing @belle for reaching out for this! And to the fabulous @MelanieSmith for making me so motivated for WHW to do well!!
PS: Chaotically Awaiting the next hardware event! Till then I'll create Pin and sticker designs for @Holly ! :8bit-heart: Thank You All!
@Sameer0Now that my #droneproject & #hardware-party:winter-hardware-wonderland: have ended, I was thinking about starting something new!! So here it is! I'm going to develop a game #gamedev :tw_video_game:, But before that, can yoh all please tell me what this is? It looks like a sprig:sprig-party: ? And i got it as a Hackathon prize!
Please tell me what it is? Thanks!
@Sameer0Greetings,:beatsaber: fellow Hackers, Hack Clubbers & hardware wizards! It's Day 12 of WHW #hardware-party, and I come bearing exciting news from our winter wonderland drone project. After weeks of hard work, late nights, and endless cups of hot water (Did not have cocoa:sadge:), we've finally done it! Our drone is complete!!!:aussieparrot:
The drone has very cool attachments & features like a high-resolution camera and advanced sensors that can detect changes in temperature, humidity, and air pressure. It's highly adaptable and can fly in humid, fog, and terrain which is difficult to traverse! Along the road, we faced our fair share of difficulties, from debugging code to testing flight stability while being ill, but I overcame them all with the help of my trusty hot water and team spirit.
It was all worthwhile in the end. We have developed a drone that is not only useful but also a tonne of fun.
In the end, I would like to T:hackclub-slack:ANK @HackClubBank-U04SEGJ8WN5 for funding this project and @MelanieSmith for overseeing it, and @TanishqUpmanu-U04F0RWGARH for helping me so much! Now, let's raise a cup of hot water (cocoa for the rich people☕) to this fantastic journey of building a drone project and celebrating its end. This will be my last WHW post and #drone series. Thank you all for supporting! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
PS : Gonna get into all the #44-74 stuff going around! Gotta solve those mysteries YK!
@Sameer0Day 11 of WHW #hardware-party, Today I configured the flight controller & calibrated the compass calibration Well, that was it for today! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
PS: Tomorrow is the big day!:back-dance: when i finally reveal the complete project! So, stay tuned!!
@Sameer0Day 10 of WHW #hardware-party, Today I calibrate my fsi6s transmitter; binding it with the receiver, I was so sleepy that i also messed up the expo settings, but later got it right! I'm so tired rn that the only thing i can think about is sleep! And because of that I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
@Sameer0Day 9 of WHW #hardware-party, Ahh! Such a tiresome day! Had a lot of guests come over and the fact that I'm in my village makes posting even harder! Today I had a meet with my partner and we setup a local network to upload sensors output to local server and examine it through esp8266 WiFi module. Well, that was it for today! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
@Sameer0Day 8 of WHW #hardware-party, I had to head out early because we had to go to our village :villager: for EID💫 . So, I woke up really early and did some wiring and assembled the bldc motor & tested the net thrust component, I got some reading around 1.1kg in net force, and then headed out. Rest of day was packed with EID preparation and i am awaiting tomorrow :akkoshrug: eagerly. Well, that was it for today! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight!
PS: After being yelled at by my father for driving:driftt: , (In his own words) "weirdly" :weirddude: i tried some cool art filters and edited some pictures.
@Sameer0Day 7 of WHW #hardware-party, Day was packed with EID preparation. So, the only thing I did was boot up my Raspberry Pi and tinker with it for a bit before running the object detection algorithm. Well, that was today! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight.
@Sameer0I KNOW I AM LATE! But hear me out! Finally, the doctors let me go! After severe fever and dehydration, I finally present: Day 6 of WHW #hardware-party, I know I am late but my mum taught me not to leave things unfinished. So, today I looked up the satellite view of my location and marked up the mission point in mission planner! Well, that was it for today! I'll see you all tomorrow! Bye, Goodnight.
@Lucas0Ok guys, I used an Arduino and some jumpers from :winter-hardware-wonderland:, bought some parts and finally managed to finish a complete a hardware project without exploding anything:)@karmanyaahm0Restoring Mr Robot with Vex Cortex and ROBOTC milestone (with @Jaxzog)! The master brain is now talking to the follower and successfully sending values over UART!@Sam0Just got the plaque and stickers in my mail! :yay: (My sticker collection continues to grow)
It looks (and smells) AMAZING! It's customized as well :O
P.S. I think the short and lang bars next to the "Winter Hardware Wonderland" text is binary. It seems to be the first letter of my name :tw_thinking_face:
@Sean1Clock circuit!!! (Powered by the 555 timer IC) been struggling with this hardware most of the day) ignore the audio@maggie0soldering + assembling some macropads for @Ruien’s hackathon !