PS3 Move Hack on HackADay

We’re proud to announce that one of our Members Project has been featured on Hackaday: Kenn’s PS3 Move Hack is featured on the famous blog where he gives explanations to his hack and Project. If you want to read Kenn’s diary about the project so you may visit the project page on

Hacking the PS3 Move 1

I can’t believe it. It’s 4AM, and I’m just now leaving the hackerspace, after having made the final push to get the Hacking the Playstation 3 Move page out the door. Thanks to all at the syn2cat who made this possible.

After the Black Adder, the half-adder

Jhemp built this across the space of a week. It’s quite impressive, indeed! This is the basic building block of an adder, itself a subcomponent of the full mechanical calculator we hope to build for the 2011 Science Festival.

I spy with my eye something… 3

…high-energy particle physics. These particular chalkboard musings were the leftovers from a one-man jam session, when Bartek was plowing his way through some journal papers as preparation for his new research job. Apparently, all constants on the board are infinity, but they’re nice infinities– they learned how to play with other– so you can solve ...

Pardon me, would you have any Grey Sugru?

“apparently princess alexandra of luxemburg has just bought a pack of sugru! even princesses are repairing these days ;-)”, from Sugru’s twitter feed. Later corrected by “@projectsugru @sciencegallery it was Princess Sibilla actually, and yes some sugru will be making its way to Luxembourg”, from Michael John Gorman. It seems that even Luxembourgish royalty appreciates ...