Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Olympus RS-24 Foot Pedal Mod


For a while now, I have been toying with the idea of modifying a transcriber foot pedal into a programmable HID device. This could be useful for those complicated keyboard macros , Push to Talk  or even for a more natural feel in racing type games, although not with proportional control.
Your feet are generally wasted whilst sat at the computer, other than tapping to a beat. With a whole industry and trend built from standing desks and the health issues in the media regarding sitting for hours at a time, maybe it's time to get a free leg exercise.

Monday, 29 June 2015

Sneak Peek: Future Blog Builds

Things have been a little slow over the summer :)        


                 Tinting Epoxy Resin                    /                  Olympus Foot Pedal Hacking                                       



╬╝Volume v2  Update






DellCade






Facom Micro-Tech Tool Holder Version 2


Noga Review

Friday, 8 May 2015

Google Nexus 5 Power Button Woes



The constant rebooting problem is not isolated to the Nexus 5 but also the Samsung Galaxy S3 & S4 and other models which use the same part.

Thursday, 7 May 2015

lukse.lt LP0225C Raspberry Pi B+ / 2 Model B Aluminium Case Review




Saulius Lukse, a keen photographer from Lithuania and Raspberry Pi enthusiast, decided to design and manufacture his own raspberry Pi case. No stranger to industrial design and having previously designed replacement enclosures for Logitech's C920 webcams, that allow the addition of replaceable CCTV lenses, the results are impressive...

Thursday, 30 April 2015

kksb.se Stainless Steel Raspberry Pi B+/ 2 Enclosure Review





Industrial design, stainless steel case for the Raspberry Pi B+ / 2 Model B with, high Wife Approval Factor from a Swedish manufacturer KKSB.

If Gordon Ramsey had to choose a Raspberry Pi case, for Hell's Kitchen, he may may opt for this !!

Saturday, 28 March 2015

Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver "Unknown Device" Fix


 The "Unknown Device" problem is, an all too common complaint with the Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver. There are many guides regarding the fuse fix but, you can ever have too many guides and pictures?