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2021 Hackaday Remoticon – links to conference, playbacks and some slide decks

Posted by jpluimers on 2023/01/04

Another remote conference I missed while recovering from rectum cancer treatment, but luckily the playbacks are on YouTube and some slide decks are at Google Drive.

Via: [Archive] Uri Shaked on Twitter: “My talk on @hackaday Remoticon starting now Reverse Engineering the ESP32 WiFi Live stream: … “ / [Archive] Jeroen Wiert Pluimers on Twitter: “Dang. I copied that one out of the description. All the timestamps there are corrupted as YouTube measures them in minutes:seconds but @hackaday posted them as hours:minutes (which are off by minutes anyway) starting at 01:56:30. This is the correct one: … “

Links:

  • Web site at [Wayback/Archive] 2021 Hackaday Remoticon
  • Videos at [Wayback/Archive] HACKADAY – YouTube:
    • Day 1: [Wayback/Archive] 2021 Hackaday Remoticon: Friday – YouTube

      Approximate hour:minute time stamps as published for Friday

      They are usually at least minutes off; substract 11:00 to get the rough hour:minute index into the video, then scroll from there.

      • 11:00 Opening Remarks
      • 11:10 Keynote – Elecia White: Map Files and Other Buried Treasures
      • 12:10 Maurits Fennis: Hack for the Planet: Reverse Engineering Embedded Systems to Reduce E-Waste
      • 13:00 Matt Venn: Open Source ASICs – A Year in Perspective
      • 13:35 Hal Rodriguez and Sahrye Cohen: Conductive Melody: a Tech Couture Instrument
      • 14:10 Jay Bowles: A Dip Into The Plasmaverse
      • 15:00 Voja Antonic: Become a Hardware Expert in 40 Minutes
      • 15:50 Sergiy Nesterenko: Don’t Flip My Bits: Electronics in Spaaaace
      • 16:25 Jeroen Domburg: Rickrolling Buddha: A Deep Dive in Reverse Engineering and Thoroughly Pwning an Unknown Chip
      • 17:15 Lewin Day: Hacker Trivia (Stream will automatically redirect to this one: [Wayback/Archive] youtu.be/uRpUdQi31tg )
      • 18:00 Bring-a-Hack on Gather Town platform (details on joining sent to ticket holders and on the Discord server)
    • Day 2: [Wayback/Archive] 2021 Hackaday Remoticon: Saturday – YouTube

      Approximate hour:minute time stamps as published for Saturday

      They are usually at least minutes off; substract 10:00 to get the rough hour:minute index into the video, then scroll from there.

      • 10:00 Opening Remarks
      • 10:10 Keynote – Keith Thorne: LIGO: The Most Sensitive Instrument Humans Ever Created Will Unfold the Mysteries of Gravitational Waves
      • 11:10 Arsenijs Picugins: Laptop-Be-Done
      • 12:00 Uri Shaked: Reverse Engineering the ESP32 WiFi
      • 12:35 Hash Salehi: Smart Meter Hacking
      • 13:10 Jay Doscher: Getting Started With and Outgrowing Tinkercad
      • 14:00 Joey Castillo: Teaching An Old LCD New Tricks
      • 14:35 Colin O’Flynn: Upskilling your Hardware Security Work
      • 15:10 Rob Weinstein: Patently Obvious – Reverse Engineering a 45 Year Old Patent into a Fully-Functional HP-35 Replica
      • 16:00 Debra Ansell: Form is Function: Modular PCB Building Blocks
      • 16:35 Vaibhav Chhabra: M19 Initiative – A Case of Open Innovation & Distributed Manufacturing at Scale
      • 17:25 Keynote – Jeremy Fielding: Building Hardware that Moves: the Fundamentals that Everyone Should Know
      • 18:25 Hackaday Prize Ceremony
      • 19:25 Closing Remarks
      • 19:35 DJ Jackalope: Live Set (listen/watch on Twitch, chat with everyone on discord)

–jeroen

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SMLIGHT SLZB-06 – A Zigbee 3.0 to Ethernet, USB, and WiFi adapter with PoE support – CNX Software

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/11/01

Want: [Wayback/Archive] SMLIGHT SLZB-06 – A Zigbee 3.0 to Ethernet, USB, and WiFi adapter with PoE support – CNX Software

Startup SMLIGHT has launched the SLZB-06 Zigbee 3.0 to Ethernet, USB, and WiFi adapter with PoE support that works out of the box with open-source software such as Home Assistant and Zigbee2MQTT.

The device combines Texas Instruments’ СС2652Р microcontroller for Zigbee with ESP32 for WiFi, data transfer to Ethernet or USB, and peripheral functions such as LEDs and a button.The design is complemented with Microchip LAN8720 for Ethernet.

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Posted in Development, ESP32, Ethernet, Hardware, Hardware Development, Hardware Interfacing, IoT Internet of Things, Matter, MQ Message Queueing/Queuing, MQTT, Network-and-equipment, PoE - Power over Ethernet, Power User, Software Development, USB, WiFi, Z-Wave, Zigbee | Leave a Comment »

Some @MCH2022Camp badge updates I found on Twitter

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/07/19

For all attending [Wayback/Archive] May Contain Hackers 2022 , a few things to check out:

  • their blog contains new posts with exiting news: [Wayback/Archive] Weblog | May Contain Hackers 2022 – blog
  • Tweeps and tweep-groups are fiddling with the MCH2022 badge already resulting in cool things like:
    • The MCH2022 terrain as a gameboy map (which runs on the MCH2022 badge)
    • There is a batch housing you can 3D print
    • Thumb knobs for the MCH2022 badge to it is easier on your fingers (2 models)
    • More software to run on the MCH2022 badge (like a CTF game)
    • Doom running on the badge (that of course was just a matter of time)
    • After MCH2022 there are 3 more hackercamps in Europe

More below…

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Last days until the May Contain Hackers 2022 camp; the badge project can still use some help on the software side: Python apps, FPGA, documentation, etc

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/07/11

After yesterdays post (which I will be editing to add some more pictures) MCH2022 badge sneak previews from tweeps that attended the Bitlair 20220709 Sweatshop (@MCH2022Camp) now a call for help:

The Badge Team needs volunteers helping them on the software side.

At the badge event, the version 1.0 firmware was flashed so the badge will function perfectly fine during the event, but it would be cool if more features are available that attendees can get when upgrading at the event or downloading from the hatchery.

There is a virtual environment to test and a GitHub projects page with open issues to get started.

See the links below on how you can help:

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MCH2022 badge sneak previews from tweeps that attended the Bitlair 20220709 Sweatshop (@MCH2022Camp)

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/07/10

The MCH2022 badge has an ESP32 (with WiFi!), a RP2040 and an FPGA next to a full colour TFT LCD, buttons (including joystick!), LEDs, LiPo battery, USB-C connector, micro SD-card slot and more (see below) and SHA2017 badge compatibility. How cool is that!

There is a wealth on information for this at [Wayback/Archive] Badge.team (some 22 repositories and counting: [Wayback/Archive] Badge.team: search for repositories containing mch2022).

Good starts are [Wayback/Archive] MCH2022 badge | BADGE.TEAM and [Wayback/Archive] Software Development | BADGE.TEAM (yes of course you can write your own software for it and even distribute it through the [Wayback/Archive] hatchery.badge.team Hatchery).

Below are lots of tweets including some of the Twitter retrospect that organically grew (just like the sweatschop event) on Twitter the day after.

From the original announcement [Wayback/Archive] May Contain Hackers 2022: Presenting: The MCH2022 badge! , this is what hardware is in it

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