Welcome to L33T (pronounced LeeT) a place that contains some useful information for all the geeks out there. I have upcoming projects that will be added to the site rather soon but in the meantime you can view some of my work in the side projects section of the site.
These projects tend to take a long tome to complete and can be suspended for a number of months due to everyday life getting in the way! I hope to have Envelope completed in the next few months; Envelope is an encryption program written in Java that uses Java’s Security Framework and can encrypt multiple files using a password protected keystore. Information about Envelope can be found in L33T Projects -> Encryption.
I will add some of my Arduino projects to the Arduino Section. These projects will include Time Bear, Time Clock, Modular Intelligent Programmable Robot (MIPR) and many more.
Finally, towards the end of this year I will have some information regarding steganography with a simple example program.
Feel free to have a look around, you might find something interesting.
The tutorial for the obstacle avoidance sensor board is now live. This tutorial will show you how to use the VL53L1X time of flight sensor to detect and avoid objects, giving MIPR eyes allowing him to see his surroundings. To view this tutorial click here.
This tutorial is now live and can be viewed here.
As always the tutorial is accompanied by a YouTube video and full instructions on how to make the sensor board with example code.
This tutorial is now complete and can be viewed here.
In the tutorial you will build an Odometry Module and a Battery Board giving MIPR much more functionality. It’s an intermediate tutorial and requires some setup so ensure that you watch the videos and read the tutorial carefully. If you have any issues put them in the comments box at the bottom of the page.
The tutorial on writing the base code for MIPR is live. it can be viewed here.
The first tutorial for MIPR is now available showing you how to build a robot from scratch. The second tutorial showing you how to program MIPR will become available very soon. Click here to view the tutorial.
I have created a tutorial on how to make and use a HC-05 programmer for people who are using these units and want to configure them easily. The tutorial can be viewed here.
I have added a list of Arduino boards and their bootloader baud rates in the Arduino section to assist people with the HC-05 modification allowing you to set the bluetooth module to the correct baud rate.
Have you ever wanted to program an Arduino board over bluetooth instead of having to plug in a cable? It’s possible to do this by modifying the HC-05 board, to see how to do this go to the HC-05 modification page under the Arduino subsection. This modification is particularly useful for agile development or when you have a device in a hard to access area.