The 2014 Electromagnetic Field camp is set for August 29-31, 2014. This annual gathering will be held in Bletchley, UK, and feature a camping festival with a power grid and high-speed internet access; a temporary village of geeks, crafters, and technology enthusiasts that’s lit up by night, and buzzing with activity during the day. Previous […]
Parallax has released the zip file containing the SPIN source code for the Parallax Propeller based DEFCON 22 badge. As noted in a previous post, the links to the schematics are also available on the Parallax website.
Parallax has announced the details on the DEFCON 22 badge. “The badge is based around the Propeller P8X32A 32-bit Multicore Microcontroller. The circuit consists of a Propeller (microcontroller, EEPROM, clock), an infrared LED and receiver for badge-to-badge communication, a bank of eight LEDs for visual feedback, four button touch pads and a USB circuit for […]
DEFCON badge master Ryan Clarke has revealed the design for this upcoming weekend’s DEFCON 22 conference credentials. “The badge features a circuit board and several LEDs. Buried within it, however, are crypto-puzzles, electronic Easter eggs, and a backstory about things that aren’t what they seem. The underlying theme riffs on John Carpenter’s 1988 sci-fi cult […]
ZaCon is a community driven infosec conference held at the Kingsway Campus of the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. Andrew Nohawk developed the ZaCon V badge using an Arduino and RF components. He provides a detailed chronicle of his design and development process in this post. He explains, “For ZaCon V I built some electronic […]