Transform common household items into really cool stuff you don't need to be an electronics genius to get started turning everyday items into high-performing wonders. With how-to guru Dave Prochnow's step-by-step directions and fully illustrated plans, even beginners can hack their way to a high-tech home, cooler toys, and less yard work. Includes more than 30 projects, such as: Transform a vacuum cleaner into a home security system-or a toy. Hack an electric line trimmer that will mow your lawn for you. Computerize colored lights for seasonal decorations that make your neighbors' jaws drop.This low-cost gizmo plugs into the line out port of an iPod and attaches to your car stereo via the cassette deck. ... cassette adaptera#39;s mini-jack into the line out port of the iPod shuffle or similar MP3 player (where the ear buds are connected). 5.
|Title||:||Take this Stuff and Hack It!|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2006|