I was bored so I found a way to have sonar measurement on my pc. I used a Lego Nxt. All the credit to the robot goes to this guy: http://mindstorms.lego.com/nxtlog/ProjectDisplay.aspx?id=a6561a9a-0947-4602-8a0e-888e86ef2ab9 I connected it to the pc via usb cable and used a program called NeXTscreen. Heres the link to it on sourceforge: http://bricxcc.sourceforge.net/utilities.html Also, obviously, credit to lego for the excellent nxt.
Its a simple model rocket that I made. The first close up part isn't the same video segment as the second part but the close up makes it cooler looking. I used an A-83 engine from Estes. The wings edges were rounded and the nosecone was sanded a bit to make a sharper angle from what the kit gave. The rocket is named Sunstreak 2.
I was playing LOZ:LttP the other day and I felt like running away from the blue boomerang when I discovered this. It looks cool but doesn't actually do anything productive. Although you can switch items and it will stay there. I haven't tried the SNES version so I couldn't tell you if it works on the original.
Please give constructive criticism. Please rate the stage concept out of 10. The level is called Pods and the concept is simple. Get trapped between two falling blocks and have the bottom one fall away. Then you are pretty much done for.
-DISCLAIMER- I am not responsible for anything you do with this information in this video. This info is for educational purposes and should NEVER be used to harm anyone else. The fork bomb concept is simple. It tells itself to open itself, which will open itself, which will open itself, repeatedly until the computer crashes or freezes from too many processes.
A simple tutorial hoping to get others interested in Batch programming. It teaches how to display text in command prompt, make pauses and start programs. Please only constructive criticism. Sorry for bad quality, viewing fullscreen helps increase quality. In other videos, I will use larger text.