Posts Tagged ‘scanner’

Building a single pixel scanner

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

Kerry Wong published a new build: A flat bed scanner typically uses three rows of CCD sensors (RGB) to capture images placed directly on top of the glass bed. When the CCD array scans from one end of the image to the other, the digitized color image is formed. So...

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An open source 3D Scanner made with Raspberry Pi

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

Boris Landoni from Open Electronics writes about a new open source 3D Scanner made with Raspberry Pi: This being said, we may move on to talk about our 3D scan approach, that consists in using a linear laser, that is, one capable of drawing a vertical line having a constant luminous intensity, and...

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Developing a parallel detector for the Open Source CT 2

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

Peter of TricorderProject writes: I’ve been thinking about tomographic imaging a lot lately in between nursing sore fingers from learning how to hand-wind electromagnetic coils for my attempt at a small prepolarized coded-field MRI, and I thought I’d take a moment to share some progress. The open source computed tomography...

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Static DOM XSS scanner

Friday, November 21st, 2014

A Static DOM XSS scanner by Ajin Abraham, that is available at Github: Static DOM XSS Scanner is a Static Analysis tool written in python that will iterate through all the JavaScript and HTML files under the given directory and will list out all the possible sources and sinks that...

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DIY fingerprint scanning garage door opener

Monday, June 23rd, 2014

Nodcah made this Instructables detailing the build of his DIY fingerprint scanning garage door opener: As a person without a car, I don't need to carry keys around everywhere I go. Because of this, I've been locked out of my own house several times. It's a pain to wait for someone with a...

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DIY 3D scanner

Monday, February 18th, 2013

Here’s a project made at the LVL1 Hackathon challenge. It's a 3D scanner made from junk parts. This project came out of the Hackathon LVL1 had in June 2012.  The rules were minimal but had a big impact on the end product. The competition ran from noon Saturday till noon Sunday,...

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TOOLS: Flatbed scanner for PCBs, sketches, bookkeeping

Thursday, March 24th, 2011

Our favorite tools have a new home on the wiki. Each week we’ll muse about one of them. Have your own tool review? We’ll post that too! A cheap flatbed scanner is super useful in the shop. We use it to post design sketches, scan PCBs, and archive receipts. You...

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