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Adam Fabio

Hackaday Community Editor

Long Island, New York

Followers 27 Following 10 Projects 3 Skulls 43
Who I am

Hackaday Community Editor, Contributor. Embedded systems software and hardware engineer by day, Jack of all trades by night.

Why I'm on Projects

I'm here to finally document some of the projects I've been working on. I'm also here to browse and see the awesome all of you have been creating in your own workshops.

My Projects
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Analog CPU Gauge

by Adam Fabio

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The Hackaday Drone Testbed

by Adam Fabio

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Building Shapeoko 2

by Adam Fabio

Projects I Like & Follow
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The Pixel Drop Ceiling

by Hockeyman271

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Firetail UAV System

by Camel

4 10 5
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Spartan-6 FPGA Hello World

by Mike Szczys

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The Hackaday Badge

by Eric Evenchick

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Retro GSM

by marekw1986

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Electric Paramotor

by J Groff

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Teensy Audio Library

by Paul Stoffregen

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Raspberry SPY NoIR

by chiprobot

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TTBN Alpha - still adding info

by TinHead

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Moppy_AVR

by emdarcher

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Glass Fusing Kiln

by bdh.dimagin

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Helix Winder

by ftregan

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Mobile Car Computer

by InnovateModz

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Matt Clarke wrote 11 days ago null point

I have found your CPU meter project and have tried to make it work. No luck even went to the 3rd page of Google. Any chance you have a step by step on this project more than what have already found.

Cheers

matt

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Adam Fabio wrote 2 days ago null point

Hey Matt! I've been a bit crazy with makerfaire and The upcoming Hackaday 10th anniversary, but I will post an update to the CPU meter project. The gist is that I used LCD smartie to output CPU utilization over a COM port, then pulled that into a simple arduino sketch.

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J Groff wrote a month ago null point

Howdy. It seems like the way it works is someone from the official HackADay team posts an initial entry on your project and then they are your point of contact in the contest. Sorry if I misinterpreted this. The reason I bring it up is I was wondering if there is any notification that you are eliminated. I noticed the 50 semi finalists list and was wondering if one is not there if one should consider oneself 'eliminated'? Thanks

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Adam Fabio wrote a month ago null point

Johnathan, we announced the semifinalists here: http://hackaday.com/2014/08/25/50-semifinalists-selected-for-next-stage-of-the-hackaday-prize/
Unfortunately, your projects didn't make the cut - but we would love to see you continue working on them.

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J Groff wrote a month ago null point

ok thanks, just wanted to make sure that the way to know you are eliminated is to not see yourself on the list. That was never explicitly stated anywhere before. Sorry if everyone but me 'got' that, I guess I have a bit of social palsy. I dont think I quite have what it takes for this site; my stuff is short on glitz and pizazz so I think I'm done here but thanks for letting me document ROSCOE on your site.

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K.C. Lee wrote 2 months ago null point

Your previous comment on my project page: Don't forget to upload some pics of the actual board when you get it (I'd love to see before and after you build them up)

blank PCB: https://hackaday.io/project/1347/log/6562-blank-pcb-scans-large-files
partially finished PCB after day 1: https://hackaday.io/project/1347/log/6434-pcb-has-arrived-its-smothering-time-day-1
pictures of finished PCB (on day 2) is under https://hackaday.io/project/1347

I am finally at that stage! PCB passes basic hardware sanity.

Thanks.

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Adam Fabio wrote 2 months ago null point

Awesome job! The boards look great!

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Walltech wrote 3 months ago null point

Thanks for the skull on my Smart Watch, really appreciate it!

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Bradley Worley wrote 4 months ago null point

Thanks for the skull on my PyPPM Adam!

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