Last Updated on July 11, 2020.
A lot of the posts created for Krystof.IO end up becoming a part of a series of posts progressing a specific topic. Here’s the series we’ve created so far.
Building cheap delta wing flying RC aircraft from DOW insulation foam to create mid-air carnage.
A ‘working’ diorama of my 1980s Commodore 128/64 computer room, with mirrored LCD display monitor and working 1541 disk drive lights. Driven by a Raspberry PI, custom circuit board, and VICE C64 emulator. Additional flavor added in the form of miniature floppy disks, game boxes, and wall posters / advertisements / game maps from my youth.
This series describes basic RC circuit components, primarily focused on electric flight components as opposed to the physical plane itself.
RC Transmitter Concepts for the beginner RC pilot that’s just getting into Dual Rates, Exponential, Channel Mixing, and more.
The Tardis Arcade was a ‘bartop’ style arcade machine I built for my father.