If I haven’t made it clear yet, I love Fallout. Love it. I’m not as big a fan of Fallout 76 for a variety of reasons that don’t belong on this blog, but it
I regret how long this has been taking me, but work has been driving me nuts lately, and I’m also doing my best to teach myself how to design the printed circuit boards I
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWyCw7mRVhs I’ve been busy the last few days with the programming work on the portable Voight-Kampff scanner and I’m happy to say I have some decent results to show for my efforts. I’ve learned
Giving thanks for Thanksgiving, at least for the time off it gives me. Profile pages are coded up and done now. I’ve made things easy for myself here by setting up a few profile
Alright, here is that post I’ve been owing for a while, and it’s going to be as dumb as technical as the rest because I promised that’s how I was going to write this
A few weeks ago I sent Doug Harlocker, the props master for Blade Runner 2049, a message asking for information about this prop. I never got a response. That’s totally fine, and what I
I’ve had a few messages requesting a better explanation of how the data knife goes together, so I sat down with a spare print of the handle and photographed the process in the hopes
Since I don’t think I’ve done a proper parts breakdown for the Data Knife yet, I’ll post it here. This model was designed around the following parts: 12BH510-GR Battery Holder for N-Style Batteries A23
Following up my previous posts breaking down some of the parts for the Arc Grenade and showing some of the wiring, I thought it would be appropriate to share the code running the Arc Grenade. Please note
One of the things I decided the mask needed was the ability to control the airflow the fans produced through the hoses and into the mask. The easiest way to tackle the problem was
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