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Making a mobile chroot practical
Intro Chrooting to provide a desktop environment on a mobile device is not a new concept, but it is still with it's challenges. This post is about the various successes ...
Where is FunnyHacks going?
Over the last while it has been becoming increasingly apparent that I'm simply trying to do too much. So let's address that. This post covers - Where is ...
Back lit LCD - part2
Today I show you how to get some extra brightness on your LCD in the sun. This is part 2 where I repair a mistake I made in part 1 ...
I'm nearing the end of my sabbatical, and I did stuff! Here's an ultra short summary of what I did. Polishing projects This phase was to get my open source ...
Jumpstarting a cellphone
Today we bring another unreleased episode from the archive to show you how to charge a phone that is too flat to charge. Overview The basic idea of this is ...
Turbocharged fly swat
Today I dig up another unreleased FunnyHacks episode from the archive. This one is about a fly swat that I've turbocharged with an electric drill. This episode really hits on ...
Jump starting: Which lead first?
Today I show you why it matters which lead is connected first when jump-starting a car, and why it's not obvious if you have an electronics background. The answer is ...
Today I show you the semi-working prototype of the final tablet. While I made prototypes of many parts, this was the only one bringing everything together, and there was still ...
Today I show you an adapter I made that converts a tablet into its own mouse. This is basically the insides of a mouse, with a drastically shortened cable and ...
How secure is your lock?
Today I reassemble a doorlock that was replaced after our flat was burgled. The result surprised me! Verifying the results To confirm my results, I compared this lock to a ...
Laptop AAs revisit
Today I answer questions about running a laptop off AA batteries. It seems to be necessary to remind you that as with all hacks, don't do this on anything you ...
Today I show you how I did the dog eyes on the bike box. This is pretty much the same method that I used in the [koala](koala). Sadly I don't ...
Pimped granny stroller
Today I show you how I pimped up a granny stroller to help me out during a tough time in my life. Why? I broke my collar bone, which ...
Tablet: More info
Today I show you more details with making the tablet. - Battery dock - Gluing without making too much mess - Planning the layout ...
Fixing a defective head torch
Here I make a defective torch useful using a simple modification to stop the straps from falling off. In the original design it's very easy for the strap to slide ...
ColouredWeb - Intro
ColouredWeb generates and installs a custom stylesheet that re-colours the internet to make it easier for people who are sensitive to particular colours to use the internet. [Here](http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiScotopic_sensitivity_syndrome) is an ...
DoneIt - Intro
DoneIt is a time tracker for working out where your time is going. For me there were a few things I wanted to achieve with it - Be ...
Mass - Intro
Well over a year ago I [introduced mass](massOld), which is a tool for managing large numbers of servers. It's come along way in that time, and it's well and truly ...
Achel - Introduction
Achel is a programming language that I have been working on for the past 13 years (I said 12 in the video, it has been a long time!) There has ...
Season 3 has a date - 03/03/2014
Getting the videos done took much longer than I expected, namely because I had a lot more in my head than I realised, which lead to me recording over 6 ...
Season 3 update
As mentioned [here](s3Returns), FunnyHacks is coming back. We're now days away. The last few weeks have been spent doing documentation, discovering little things that needed tidying and generally making this ...
FunnyHacks season 3 returning
FunnyHacks season 3 is back. I'm taking a break from work to pursue my passions for a few months. As a result, FunnyHacks is going to getting love. I've got ...
**read in batman voice** The quest is nearing its end. But first we must eliminate more wrong biscuits. Biscuit! WHERE IS SHE?... it! **2** PS: I just re-read this... It ...
Pin hole camera
Every morning I look up at the ceiling and see a fuzzy representation of the world below. Light hits the objects and bounces off in various directions. Some of it ...
Windows 95 insanity
A few days ago I started playing with the idea of trying to post to facebook from a fresh windows 95 VM using only software that I could aquire from ...
Tablet: Lots of photos and info
This is one of my more impressive looking builds. Not the most complex by any means, but it certainly looks cool. Where ever I take it, I get lots of ...
Building a tablet from a netbook
This is a tablet that I've built from an old [Asus Eee 701](http:en.wikipedia.orgwikiEee_701). I've wanted a tablet for years. My motivation for building one instead of buying one was that ...
Box - Tech talk
Today I talk about the technical details of making the bike box work. ...
Simply put, this is a box to put on the back of your bike and be seen. The response from this one has been amazing. If you were to only ...
3D Sync - Tech talk part 2/2
One of the biggest challenges of capturing 3D footage is getting the footage syncronised. Sure, you can do it in post production. But on most cameras, you have granularity of ...
YEEEEEE HAAWWWWWwwww! - Slow mo RC car
Slow mo footage of an RC car in puddles and on shingle. This is simply having fun with a radio controlled car to demonstraight the concepts discussed in [3DMount](3DMount) For ...
3D Mount - Technical part 1/2
Recording 3D footage on two 2D cameras can be quite challenging. In this episode I go through the technical details of making it happen. Adjustment I found making things loose ...
3DMount - Capturing 3D footage
3D video is really taking off, and most of my work over the last year has been in 3D. So I thought that it was about time to show how ...
Tarp Parachute - Technical details
Today I walk you through the technical details of building the home made parachute. This is a stupid thing to do, so if you have not yet gone over the ...
Permission to do stuff
Most work on this site is licensed under the [Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported (CC BY-SA 3.0)](http:creativecommons.orglicensesby-sa3.0) license which should allow you to do most of what you'd like to do. (Most ...
Tarp parachute - Our first tries
This is the first of at least a couple of compilation videos of our progress as we play with different ideas. We've taken literally hours of footage, so these compilations ...
The basic idea As a kid I always wanted to make a parachute. I kept jumping off hedges using a tiny sheet with the hope of sailing down. The ...
Headphoning a phone
The basic idea Modifying a phone so that it can take headphones. The hardest bit about this hack is making it all fit in the phone... So it's not ...
Running a laptop off AA batteries
A big thankyou to david at for featuring this episode! The basic idea So you've done all the little optimisations to make your laptop last an extra half hour. Wireless ...
The basic idea Hook every audio source to every audio output in an easily switchable way. Series vs Parallel Choosing whether to hook things up in series or parallel ...
Converting an RC car to a boat
You may remember the car that could drive on the ceiling. It didn't last very long. So now I've turned it into a boat. This episode was filmed out in ...
Driving a car on the ceiling
Someone driving you up the walls? Get some space and drive on the ceiling instead! In this episode, I show you how to drive an RC car on the ceiling. ...
Converting and RC helicopter to a plane
Radio Controlled models are a ton of fun, but sooner or later they end up auditioning for the trash can. This hack comes to the rescue to salvage all those ...
The basic idea Imagine your phone is ringing and you can't find it. Probably the last thing you want is for it to be quietly driving away from you. ...