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Hackaday contest

I stumbled upon the new hackaday contest: http://hackaday.com/2013/12/03/new-contest-win-one-of-20-microchip-fubarino-boards/ (admittedly I did so very late, because the deadline is in less than 24h ), but I thought my MWO Controller is the perfect candidate to manipulate into an entry for that contest.

By adding the following lines of code:

// HACKADAY CONTEST MODIFICATION
  if ((profile.key[0]-0x4000) == 32 &&
      (profile.key[1]-0x4000) == 30 &&
      (profile.key[2]-0x4000) == 32 &&
      (profile.key[3]-0x4000) == 32 &&
      (profile.key[4]-0x4000) == 36) {
    // first row of button matrix spells "31337", so we output the hackaday URL on every keypress
    Keyboard.println("http://hackaday.com");
    return;
  }
  //*******************************

to the fireKeyEvent function within the event.h file the MWO Controller will print out “http://hackaday.com” whenever the first 5 buttons of the matrix on the touchscreen are assigned keys to spell out “31337”.

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And here is a very short video demonstrating that it works:

 

Documentation on the MWO Controller project can be found in the previous post:

http://neon-society-electronics.com/?p=145

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