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Sarah Wittman

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Phantom Overdrive

The goal of this project is to integrate an embedded system into an NZXT Phantom computer case that autonomously controls the physical functions of the case, including RGB lighting, ventilation and cooling systems, and moving doors and access panels.

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S.Fazal Hussain wrote 08/16/2014 at 22:28 -1 point
how to become a hacker I am still not a P of programmer Hacker is a very intelligent person
IN COMPUTERS THERE IS NO SECURITY B/C MOST OF US WANT TO BRAKE IT

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uffak9 wrote 07/31/2014 at 15:46 -1 point
I m new here,
wanna learn about hacking
is there is any method to access twitter, facebook and websites
besides sql injection, key logging, phishing. And i m interested to make a undetectable fud of RAT and wanna make a software like login spoofer,,,
is there is any body who knows all about hacking

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dev kumar wrote 07/24/2014 at 06:31 -1 point

Hey!
dear i am dev kumar from indian , so
I'm a gamer and dreamer too! I had a question, I'm looking to take a snes rom or other roms and making them work on an android device without an emulator. Also I have a few ideas that I would like to run by you if you have the time

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jvsalatino wrote 05/19/2014 at 17:02 -1 point
Thanks You, for comments and skull.

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Idealist! wrote 04/05/2014 at 15:43 -1 point
Hey! I'm a gamer and dreamer too! I had a question, I'm looking to take a snes rom or other roms and making them work on an android device without an emulator. Also I have a few ideas that I would like to run by you if you have the time.

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Sarah Wittman wrote 04/07/2014 at 16:25 0 points
Sure! I'm always interested in encouraging creativity! I'm unsure how you might be able to reach me, considering that there's no private method for sharing contact information on this site just yet...

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Idealist! wrote 04/14/2014 at 23:10 point
Well e-mail would be the easiest I guess.

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Adam Vadala-Roth wrote 03/27/2014 at 02:46 1 point
i'd love to hear more abour the Phantom Overdrive board! I have a Phantom as well! :)

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Sarah Wittman wrote 04/07/2014 at 16:36 point
It's an almost complete project. The control board has a fully functional first iteration, but I never went back and modded my case with the hardware I wanted it to support (lights, etc). It's pretty funny, NZXT released the HUE while I was developing this project, though I like mine better anyway.

The plan was to mount the control board to the top of the metal, between the fan controller and power/reset buttons. All of the LEDs in the power/reset block and the fan controller block were replaced with RGB LEDs. This was a pain, because the original LEDs are 3mm, and RGB LEDs only come as small as 5mm.

The button box was going to be mounted on the front panel, in that small flat face on the bottom left of the plastic panel (cut out VERY carefully, such that the plastic could be used as a concealing door).

The last two features were to turn all of the different mesh panels into vents that would open or close in accordance with a thermistor, and to be able to open and close the front and side panels (Lamborghini style!) with the touch of a button. I never actually figured out how I wanted to mechanically open the doors. I wanted something quiet, so I played with muscle wire. Unfortunately, it doesn't contract enough or with enough force to pull or hold the door open. I think my next design will use stepper motors.

When I continue working on the project, I'll convert the log from "what I've done" to a real project entry. This will be a ways down the road, because I'd like to finish some of the other projects I've started, like the 3d printer and a few other small things.

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