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Aleksandar Bradic

the circuit's natural resonant frequency, you

Pasadena, CA

Followers 152 Following 609 Projects 2 Skulls 28
Who I am

Toying around with various projects at the intersection of Algorithms, Data, Electronics, Sound and Installation Art. Contributor at Large, Hackaday; CTO, Supplyframe.

Why I'm on Projects

Building large-scale installations, Analog Drone Synths, Computational Hacks, Organizing the World of Engineering Knowledge, Digging rabbit holes...

My Projects
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h4d-zine

by Aleksandar Bradic

Projects I contribute to
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HackASpace

by Ben Delarre

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FLED

by Ben Delarre

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Hackaday Projects

by Mike Szczys

Things i've Built

uRSA

FPGA RSA Crypto Core on Xilinx Spartan-II

WallSense

Interactive LED Wall Installation. Interaction-modulated lo-glow + sound art.

My Pages
  • Hardware Startup Review: Spark

    2 months ago • 0 comments

    Like it or not, a whole new wave of Hardware Startups is coming our way. Crowdfunding campaigns are making it possible for everyone with an idea to "test the waters", tech-savvy Angel investors are eager to help successful ones cross over, and Venture Capitalists are sitting on the other side, always on the lookout for potential additions to their "hardware portfolio". It's these billion-dollar acquisitions that made everyone jump on the bandwagon, and there's no going back. At least for now.

    That's all great, and we want to believe that good things will come out of this whole frenzy. But instead of staying on the sidelines, we thought we should get involved and start asking some hard questions. After all, these guys didn't think they will be able to get away with just some nicely produced videos and a couple of high-res photos, right? 

    For our first issue, we picked a relatively innocent target - Spark.io, guys behind the Spark Core development board. By embracing Open Source and Open Hardware as the core part of their strategy, Spark has so far been a positive example in the sea of otherwise dull (and potentially creepy) IoT "platforms". So we thought we should give Zach Supalla, CEO of Spark a call...

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  • hackaday #sxsw pwn

    4 months ago • 0 comments

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  • SXSW 2014 Hardware Guide

    5 months ago • 0 comments

    South by Southwest 2014 is approaching, bringing along the usual tech-startup-launch frenzy, streets filled with party buses and endless hordes of geeks drinking themselves into oblivion. Although Interactive traditionally draws from software crowds (most of which with hopes of becoming the next Twitter or Foursquare), hardware is getting to be too-big-to-ignore and year after year more and more hardware-related events are starting to pop up. After all, SXSW is about about revolutionary things and new technologies that are shaping our future. And we all know hardware is where it's at.

    So here it is, SXSW2014 guide for the Hardware-minded ... 

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Projects I Like & Follow
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Divergence

by Afrdt

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Portable speaker

by david

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Slate

by Moe Amaya

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XSSYA

by Yehia Mamdouh

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote a day ago null point

:)

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samern wrote a day ago null point

Thanks for the follow! It's always flattering when someone takes notice of some of my madness!

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rawe wrote 2 days ago null point

Thanks for the :-)X

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Jonathan Groff wrote 13 days ago null point

Hi Alexsandar. The following publications outline some research into category theory and sensor fusion: "Applying category theory to improve the performance of a neural architecture"
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925231209001052
A Model of Human Categorization and Similarity Based Upon Category Theory
http://repository.unm.edu/handle/1928/6724?show=full
Category Theory Applied to Neural Modeling and Graphical Representations (2000)
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/summary?doi=10.1.1.32.2635

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flaco wrote 20 days ago null point

Hey, thanks for the follow man. :)

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 20 days ago 1 point

Np, hope you'll have fun here!

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scott.hasse wrote a month ago 1 point

Thanks for following the NSA Away project, fastest ever!

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fl@C@ wrote a month ago null point

Thanks for the follow!

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jvsalatino wrote 2 months ago 1 point

Thanks for follow me and my project.

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GearheadRed wrote 2 months ago null point

Thanks for the follow Aleksandar.

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sidsingh wrote 2 months ago 1 point

Thank You for following my SSD1325 OLED hack.

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Digital Corpus wrote 19 days ago null point

Though it's a bit late to say, I'll say it anyhow: Thanks again for the skull as well :)

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Digital Corpus wrote 2 months ago null point

Not sure who's idea it was to feature my project, but I'm thoroughly flattered and humbled. Thank you.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 2 months ago null point

Thanks! It was Eric's http://hackaday.io/hacker/149 :)

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zittware wrote 3 months ago null point

Appreciate the skull... did you actually attend SxSw2014?

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Benjamin wrote 3 months ago 1 point

Thanks for your support! Expect new updates every saturday! Have a nice day!

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Dan Royer wrote 3 months ago 1 point

Thank you for your help!

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AmarOk wrote 3 months ago 1 point

Thank you for the skull (GLaDOs Replica for RORI) :)

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Emerica wrote 3 months ago null point

Please have web team email me, non game related. Worse than the skull project issue maybe.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 3 months ago null point

Done. We really need that direct message feature. Thanks!!

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Emerica wrote 3 months ago null point

Yes, message received loud and clear though ;)

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J3TTBlack88 wrote 3 months ago 1 point

Thank you for following our little mouse droid project

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Goug wrote 3 months ago null point

Thanks for the skull (self-satisfied door), I hope we'll find some time to make it real !

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 3 months ago null point

Oh, you must! We have been waiting for this for 35+ years now :)

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Guus van der Sluijs wrote 3 months ago null point

Thanks for giving us a skull!

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 3 months ago null point

It looks like an amazing project! 10 more days...

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 3 months ago null point

Hey thanks! Yeah, art installations are fun :) I only have a building-of video https://vimeo.com/12535442 but that's not too informative. Will try to dig out some "in action" recordings.

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Frankstripod wrote 3 months ago null point

Thank you for following my Ma'Tok Staff. Do you have more pics/vids of WallSense? I am a mad scientist at heart, but secretly admire art installations.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 4 months ago null point

New h4d-zine article / The Electronic Revolution: Burroughs, Feedback, etc. http://hac.io/project/658/log/1225

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Michael A. Morris wrote 4 months ago 1 point

Thanks for the skull. Hope that as the project develops, your initial reaction is justified. Expect to complete the checkout of the basic components over the next few weeks, and then demonstrate the board in a suitable application that clearly demonstrates the capabilities of the FPGA on the board.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 4 months ago null point

Inventing the Future at Hackaday Projects : http://hackaday.io/project/658/log/1128

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Mirrorsails wrote 4 months ago 1 point

Thanks for following my Prometheus TV Controller project. I will try to make it as informative as I can.

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ksk wrote 4 months ago null point

Hey, thanks for the skull on the Awesome Jacket. Still putting up the details, so you are way too quick. Sadly, no video as the facility didn't allow personal recording devices and I didn't have the jacket after the programming was done by my partner.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 4 months ago null point

Yeah, was just excited about where it's going ! The world could more WWII retrofitted wearables ! Looking forward to it.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 5 months ago null point

We'll be attending http://stagetwo.splashthat.com/ at #SXSW2014 (part of http://sxsw.com/interactive/create). If you happen to be around Austin at the time ...

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Paul Stoffregen wrote 5 months ago 1 point

Hey, I tried the HTML copy-paste you mentioned 8 days ago. Sorry, been busy with the audio library and a couple test fixture projects.

The HTML copy-paste works, kinda sorta...

I tried it here for the project details. But you wouldn't know it from just looking at this page:

http://projects.hackaday.com/project/109-Interactive-Disk-Spin-%282007%29

If you click "See all details", the text and even images are there. None of it, not even a brief summary, actually shows up on the projects page. Maybe another thing to add on the to-do list?

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e wrote 5 months ago null point

Hello Paul,

After your comment we made a few changes and this should be fixed now. The problem was, when copy/pasting there was an empty paragraph on top of your content and that caused the empty summary.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 5 months ago null point

hackers galore at #scale12x http://www.socallinuxexpo.org/blog/scale-12x

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 6 months ago null point

"Switching Regulators for Poets" http://cds.linear.com/docs/en/application-note/an25fa.pdf - classic app note by Jim Williams. Great read for a lazy Saturday afternoon.

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 6 months ago null point

Looking forward to attending Analog Aficionados 2014 party http://www.rako.com/Articles/73.html with @technolomaniac. Meeting Bob Dobkin should be fun !!

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Aleksandar Bradic wrote 6 months ago null point

Intel Edison Development Board : http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/do-it-yourself/edison.html. Any ideas on how to get a demo piece ? So much potential ...

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