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Answer this hardware hacking question to be featured on our podcast πŸ‘€

The DevDiscuss Podcast begins with an interview and ends with commentary from listeners β€” and we like to feature the actual voices from our community!

To inform an upcoming episode of the show, we'd like to know...

β€œWhat is the coolest hardware hacking project you've seen β€” or done?”

For your chance to hear your actual comments on an upcoming episode, answer the question above by:

  • Calling our Google Voice at +1 (929)500-1513 and leave a message πŸ“ž

  • Sending a voice memo to πŸŽ™

  • OR, leaving a comment here (we'll read your response aloud for you) πŸ—£

Please send in your recordings by Wednesday, May 12th at Midnight, ET (9 PM PT, 4 AM UTC)

Voice recordings will be given priority placement πŸ˜‰

Top comments (5)

raddevus profile image

My project using Arduino and bluetooth module which allows you to open your garage door using your phone's built-in bluetooth.
garage door simplified

mateuslauer profile image

Project Zero from Ian Beer, allowed him to take complete control of apple devices from a distance β€” including reading emails and other messages, downloading photos, and even potentially watching and listening to you through the iPhone’s microphone and camera.

grahamthedev profile image

I mean, who can possibly match the floppotron! πŸ˜‹

brodan profile image

Anything from Andrew Reitano, but specifically I love this hardware hack: an NES-compatible breathalyzer

cseeman profile image

This one from Kingpin presented at Kernelcon/HackLive was super nifty live hack! Hardware Hacking with Joe Grand (Kingpin)