Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks
"Hardware Hacking Projects for Geeks, by Scott Fullam, has a lot of good things to offer. The book features a great selection of projects sorted by level of technical prowess and ability. These include a coffee machine with a Web server, a wearable computer and a video periscope for a car. For the larval hacker, Fullam provides a good overview of not only how to use mandatory tools such as a soldering iron and a multimeter, but also how to read electronic circuit schematics. For more advanced readers, the author provides jumping-off points at the end of each chapter, suggesting potential variations for each project. He also suggests methods of integrating several of the projects together."
(Submitted by Noel Tue Nov 16, 2004 )
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