lowRISC is an open source RISC-based system-on-a-chip and accompanying development board. Based on the 64-bit RISC-V instruction set and architecture. Designed to be a fully open source and very low cost general purpose computer.
CellF is the world’s first neural synthesiser. Its “brain” is made of biological neural networks that grow in a Petri dish and controls in real time it’s “body” that is made of an array of analogue modular synthesizers that work in synergy with it and play with human musicians. It is a completely autonomous instrument that consists of a neural network that is bio-engineered from my own cells that control a custom-built synthesizer. There is no programming or computers involved, only biological matter and analogue circuits; a ‘wet-analogue’ instrument.
OpenStreetmap wiki page on making custom layers for the map itself. Say, locations of amateur radio repeaters. project
website for a project that teaches you how to build a weather monitoring station using a raspi and a couple of sensors.
A movement and meta project for double entry accounting using plain text. Aims to be simple and as easy to do as possible. Links to many implementations of this data format. Exportable and importable.
The Github project page of Email-Searcher, the search engine Anonymous wrote to index and search the HBGary e-mail archive. This search engine could be easily applied to any other large volume of e-mail, from personal ~/Maildir directories to mailing list archives. Requires LAMP.
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