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jlbrian7

Electronics/Mechanical Technician

Falmouth, Massachusetts

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jlbrian7
Followers 106 Following 28 Projects 21 Skulls 71
Who I am

I have experience as a commercial diver and an ROV technician among other random things. My areas of interest are home automation, general tinkering, and finding fun projects for my kids.

Why I'm on Projects

I am using Projects because it allows me to share what I am working on with the people that are most likely to be interested.

Things i've Built

XBMC Remote

IR remote support for XBMC.

Power Monitor

Non-intrusive feedback loop for home automation system.

Projects I Like & Follow
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Stirling Engine

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oxijin wrote 5 days ago point

Thanks for the skull for my ESP8266 Dev Board and Arduino Shield project!

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LC wrote 24 days ago point

Thanks for teh skull

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jlbrian7 wrote 6 months ago point
mobile.theverge.com/2014/8/20/6046609/its-hard-out-there-for-an-interplanetary-robot

Interesting photos

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J. Kha wrote 6 months ago point
Thanks for the Skull!

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Willem wrote 6 months ago point
Thanks for the skull!

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jeje3030 wrote 6 months ago point
Thanks for the skull !

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jlbrian7 wrote 7 months ago point
There will be no progress on anything for three weeks GTT!

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Steve Schuler wrote 7 months ago point
Thanks for following!

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irakli wrote 7 months ago point
Thank you for following!

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atomkemp wrote 7 months ago point
Thank you for the skull!

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Roger Sexton wrote 7 months ago point
Hello and thanks for following my project, although it is not much more than a concept and a few parts laying around, but it does include a 3D built and printable case.

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praetorian wrote 7 months ago point
Thanks for the follow. Now the pressure is on me to get things done!

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Starhawk wrote 7 months ago point
Thanks for the skull and the follow! I appreciate it :)

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Szabolcs Lőrincz wrote 7 months ago point
I like you, random stranger! Thanks for the skull!

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Chris Hamilton wrote 7 months ago point
Thank you for the follows, I hope the projects will be useful to many makers.

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andyhull wrote 7 months ago point
Thanks for the skull... that was quick... I only just finished posting the project.

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jlbrian7 wrote 7 months ago point
The media covers how neurotic facebook has made many people. That was not the case for me, however hackaday.io has managed to suck me in.

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txdo.msk wrote 7 months ago point
Thanks for the skull! I hope I can provide some good entertainment to others...

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ksk wrote 7 months ago point
Thanks for the Skull. Love the aim of using "old" (steam-punky if you like) electro-mech stuff. Got my start digging old radios and tvs out of the local dump as a kid, something definitely not allowed any more...

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jlbrian7 wrote 7 months ago point
i think it may depend on where you live. I found an htpc at the dump a couple of years ago, put a new power supply in it and it is still running xbmc in my living room.

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jlbrian7 wrote 7 months ago point
I really want to build a beowulf system from junk yard computers, but this project will have to wait.

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BDM wrote 7 months ago point
Thank you for my first skull!

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Milkey Mouse wrote 7 months ago point
thanks for the skull and follow :)

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