Xbox 360 Rapid Fire Mod V1

Adjustable Xbox 360 Rapid Fire Mod Using Arduino Attiny85 The switch on the left controls rapid fire on/off. The knob changes the speed of fire, while switch is on. I also added a led to tell me if the attiny was getting power. Needed: Arduino FTDI cable Attiny85 10uf capacitor 14.8k resistor DPDT switch Potentiometer 2v led Breadboard Protoboard

Wood Desk

i3detroit was a maker space I joined while in Michigan. It gave me access to many tools including a $3,000 table saw. At the time I didn’t have a desk, or a decent work space so I went to Ikea found a desk that I liked. Used their paper rulers and notes pads to write

Teensy Hardware Key logger

I was at Phrecknic14 in Nashville and watched Irongeek’s talk on his PHUKD device. I remember him saying he wished he had made a key logger using a teensy but hadn’t had the time yet. So I took it upon myself to do it while in Michigan. I had never used a arduino or teensy, and

Xbox 360 Slim Led Case Mod

A friend offered to pay me to do this for him. I feel like it turned out very well. Needed: Soldering iron & Solder Small wire 3x 3.5v 4pin green square clear leds Assorted pack of Resistors Electrical tape Hot glue gun & sticks Precision screwdriver set (star) Long bladed knife SPST switch (on/off) Opening the Xbox 1. Take the hard