Hackintosh. Case: NZXT Phantom (LE White/Red) CPU: Intel i5-2500K @3.3GHZ Mobo: Gigabyte RAM: 8GB GPU: ATI Radeon HD 6870 1GB GDDR5 PSU: OCZ 600W SSD: Corsair Force GT 120GB HDD: WD 2TB She, is a beast. I will eventually update this list with the prices I paid and maybe warranty I have and maybe even […]Read more "Hackintosh Specs"
If you’ve read my Hackintosh posts you might understand more of the morals of jailbreaking, however it’s not required. Anyway, iOS Jailbreaking. Ah how I love it. I have an iPhone 5, which at this moment cannot be publicly jailbroken. Weird statement you think? I had an iPhone 4, and before that the first iPod […]Read more "iOS Jailbreaking"
I have made a Hackintosh. Already you have questions. Why? How? I have a MacBook Pro (Early 2008), and it’s one of the best computers I’ve ever used, and the only laptop I’ve ever had. Until that year I was a 100% Windows user. The MacBook came with OS X Leopard and I remember the […]Read more "Hackintosh"
Another project I’m working on (the main one is the robotic arm controller), is a GPS Speedometer, which does just that – informs the user of what speed they are doing based on their GPS co-ordinates. For this project again I will be using Arduino, however it again, is not necessary. I use Arduino for […]Read more "GPS Speedometer"
As a project I am doing a robotic arm controller. It simply (so far) uses an Arduino board, connected to the motors in purchased model robot arm. So far one motor can be controlled forwards and backwards, using the L293D H-Bridge chip. My goal is to control all five motors of the arm using buttons. […]Read more "Robotic Arm Controller"