On Wed, Jun 01, 2016 at 12:59:48AM -0600, Terry Raymond wrote: >Thanks Marko, No need to thank me, but The Doctor, or Adam and Zac. >Very dangerous operation if you don't know what youre doing there. Yes, you really need to know what you are doing. I would guess that boiling acetone is an order of magnitude more dangerous than using a drop of room-temperature acetone soaked in a cloth to clean something. Not to mention the nitric acid. There were some entertaining (both clueful and clueless) comments in the linked blog post: http://www.bunniestudios.com/blog/?page_id=40 >On Tue, May 31, 2016 at 4:52 PM, The Doctor <email@example.com> >wrote: [...] >This might be of interest, then: > >http://zacsblog.aperturelabs.com/ > >Adam and Zac did an in-depth how-to on how to accomplish this at Defcon >in 2013. The videos are on Youtube and I highly recommend watching >them. > >>Apparently the vectorization of the photographs, which is done >>manually, is the most time-consuming task. > >This might be of assistance: > >https://github.com/ApertureLabsLtd/rompar Thanks! I will definitely look at this with my 12-year-old son, who has been playing a bit with visual6502.org. A couple of days ago he was looking over my shoulder when I was writing some 6502 code, and even though I did not explain what I am doing, before I compiled&tested a change, he pointed out that I was using the wrong register after rearranging some code. Not that surprising from someone who already at the age of 9 or 10 consumed much of http://khanacademy.org/, trying to figure out the foreign language (English) from the maths, such as complex numbers and integral transforms. Marko Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-06-01 09:00:02
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