Dangerous Prototypes Archived Projects
Revision as of 07:00, 9 July 2016 by Dpropicweb
Projects which have been discontinued are archived here -- they are no longer available from Seeed Studio and are not likely to be produced by Dangerous Prototypes again.
|Web Platform||The Web Platform is a tiny server designed for networked hacks where a full PC is inconvenient. This business card size internet appliance can connect to web services, control physical objects from a browser interface, or email sensor status reports; no intermediate PC required!|
|Bus Pirate PIC programming adapter||An experimental programming adapter for the Bus Pirate, intended for piratePICprog. No software support, recommended for developers only.|
|XT IDE disk controller||An IDE harddive controller for vintage 8bit PCs. This hardware supports the Vintage Computer Forums' XT-IDE bios. All the logic is implemented completely in a CPLD, so it can be updated and hacked on the fly.|
|USB IR Toy v1||This infrared hacking tool can visualize infrared signals with logic analyzer software, record and replay infrared signals, and decode them. Updated v2 available.|
|Flash Destroyer||The Flash Destroyer explores the limits of solid state storage by writing and verifying a common EEPROM chip, rated for 1 million writes, until it burns out. Sold out!|
|USB Universal LCD backpack||The USB Universal LCD backpack controls LCDs with up to 16 interface pins at 3.3volts or 5.0volts. This includes common HD44780 character LCDs and larger graphical LCDs. Sold out!|
|ENC424J600 breakout board||A 100MBPS ethernet controller IC breakout board. Tested by several users as working, but never put into production.|
|Ethernet LCD backpack||The #twatch is the Twitter addict's best friend. It shows a continuously updated stream of Twitter topics and tweets. It also displays PC stats from programs like LCD Smartie. Sold out.|
|MCP2200 Breakout Board||MCP2200 USB to serial converter from Microchip. The USB (CDC-ASM) and configuration interface (HID) are both based on open protocols. Sold out.|
|Logic Shrimp logic analyzer||A medium speed, low cost logic analyzer with 256K samples and 20MHz top speed. Sold out.|
|Infrared Toy through-hole version||This design is the USB IR Toy v2 on a through-hole PCB. Bare PCB, you'll need to get your own parts. Sold out.
|Dangerous DSO||Experimental sampling oscilloscope and logic analyzer. PCBs were available.|
|Nokia color LCD backpack||We took the inexpensive Color LCD found in Nokia phones, and added simple USB control. Screen contrast and backlight brightness are adjustable from software. Sold out.|