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101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius 2/E [Format Kindle]

Brad Graham , Kathy McGowan

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Fully updated throughout, this wickedly inventive guide is packed with a wide variety of stealthy sleuthing contraptions you can build yourself. 101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius, Second Edition also shows you how to reclaim your privacy by targeting the very mechanisms that invade your space. Find out how to disable several spy devices by hacking easily available appliances into cool tools of your own, and even turn the tables on the snoopers by using gadgetry to collect information on them.

Featuring easy-to-find, inexpensive parts, this hands-on guide helps you build your skills in working with electronics components and tools while you create an impressive arsenal of spy gear and countermeasures. The only limit is your imagination!

101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius, Second Edition:

  • Contains step-by-step instructions and helpful illustrations
  • Provides tips for customizing the projects
  • Covers the underlying principles behind the projects
  • Removes the frustration factor--all required parts are listed

Build these and other devious devices:

  • Spy camera
  • Infrared light converter
  • Night vision viewer
  • Phone number decoder
  • Phone spammer jammer
  • Telephone voice changer
  • GPS tracking device
  • Laser spy device
  • Remote control hijacker
  • Camera flash taser
  • Portable alarm system
  • Camera trigger hack
  • Repeating camera timer
  • Sound- and motion-activated cameras
  • Camera zoom extender

Biographie de l'auteur

Brad Graham is founder and host of the ATOMICZOMBIE.com website, dedicated to his flamboyant bicycles, robots, and inventions. In 2003, he received a Guinness World Record for building and riding the World’s Tallest Rideable Bicycle. Graham is a network engineer, electronics technician, welder, web developer, robotics developer, computer programmer and inventor. He is co-author of Atomic Zombie's Bicycle Builder's Bonanza, Build Your Own All-Terrain Robot, and 101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius.

Kathy McGowan is the co-author of all the titles noted above, and partner in all of Graham's ventures.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 384 pages
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  • Editeur : McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics; Édition : 2 (21 octobre 2011)
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  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fascinating addition to the Evil Genius series of hobbyist books 19 juillet 2006
Par calvinnme - Publié sur Amazon.com
At first I thought that this particular book in the Evil Genius series might be a bit too cheesy for my taste, but it does have some very interesting content. As with all of the evil genius books, you should not expect a deep amount of theory on the inner workings of the various electronic devices discussed, but there is enough theory and construction detail that you will learn much about how to modify and control devices and be able to produce some interesting projects. The book does spend quite a bit of space on the operational details of cameras including digital photo enhancement, hooking up a web cam, and long range digital photography. This book has the quality and attention to detail in the instructions, diagrams, and photographs that, quite frankly, have been missing from recent entries in the Evil Genius project books.

Since in many ways this book is aimed at teens that want to learn by being mischievous, if you are a parent you need to look through the book carefully to make sure nothing dangerous is going on before turning your teenager loose with it. Oddly enough, the chapter on laser gadgets was fairly innocuous. It mainly consisted of using laser pointers to control devices remotely. The chapter that worries me is the chapter on "Protection and Countermeasures", since there are several projects that are variations of remote shocking devices using tasers. The most interesting chapter is the final one that is basically just one big project - building a spy robot - that is broken down into eleven smaller projects and builds on all of the material presented in the previous chapters. I especially recommend this book for adult hobbyists as well as parents and teachers who want some material on electronics that will likely hold a teenager's attention and teach them something at the same time. The table of contents is as follows:

Section One: Introduction

Section Two: Audio Eavesdropping and Recording

Project 1--Microrecorder Hacking

Project 2--Ultrahigh-Gain Microphone Preamp

Project 3--Bionic Stereo Spy Ears

Project 4--Parabolic Dish Microphone

Project 5--Working with Audio on Your Computer

Project 6--Filtering Out Background Noises

Project 7: Wiring Your Body to Record Audio

Section Three: Hard Wired Telephone Devices

Project 8--Telephone Audio Interface

Project 9--Automatic Call Recorder

Project 10--Sound Activated Computer Call Logger

Project 11--Super Stealth Line Tap

Project 12--Telephone Input/Output Box

Project 13--Using Computer Effects to Disguise Your Voice

Project 14--Simple Digital Voice Disguiser Circuit

Project 15--Ultimate Telephone Voice Changer

Project 16--Let Your Computer Do the Talking

Project 17--World Wide Telephone Tap

Section Four: Digital Camera Hacking

Project 18--Enhancing Digital Photos

Project 19--Hacking the Digital Camera's Trigger

Project 20--Covert Handbag Digital Camera

Project 21--Time Lapse Camera Trigger

Project 22--Motion Sensing Camera Trigger

Project 23--Digital Camera Gun Sight

Project 24--Long-Range Digital Photography

Section Five: Video Cameras and Recording

Project 25--Video Signal and Camera Basics

Project 26--Recording Video Signals

Project 27: Hack a VCR for Time-Lapse Recording

Project 28--Motion Controlled Audio Record

Project 29--Multiple Camera Auto Switcher

Project 30--Working with Video on a Computer

Project 31--Web Cameras as Security Cameras

Section Six: Covert and Hidden Spy Cameras

Project 32--Working with Microvideo Cameras

Project 33--Classic Nanny Cam

Project 34--Night Vision Fire Detector Cam

Project 35--Covert Marker Cam

Project 36--WYSIWYG Sunglasses

Project 37--Long-Range Video Camera

Project 38--Microscope Video Camera

Section Seven: Video Camera Pan and Tilt Control

Project 39--RC Servo Pan and Tilt Camera Base

Project 40--Remote Controlled Servo Base

Project 41--Manual Controlled Servo Base

Project 42--Microcontroller Controlled Servo Base

Project 43--Motion Tracking Camera

Section Eight: Night Vision Devices

Project 44--Using Low Lux Cameras

Project 45--Infrared, the Invisible Light

Project 46--LED Night Vision Illuminator

Project 47--Pulsed LEDS for Higher Output

Project 48--Outdoor Night Vision Illuminator

Project 49--Infrared Laser Illuminator

Project 50--Long-Range Laser Illuminator

Project 51--Night Vision Headgear

Section Nine: Audio Bugs and Transmitters

Project 52--Hacked Baby Monitor Bug

Project 53--FRS Radio Long-Range Bug

Project 54--Simple FM Room Bug

Project 55--Ultrasensitive Room Bug

Project 56--Micro Stealth Transmitter

Project 57--Telephone Line Transmitter

Project 58--Invisible Light Transmitter

Section Ten: Video Transmitters

Project 59--Hacking a Video Sender

Project 60--Micro Spy Transmitters

Project 61--Simple TV Transmitter

Project 62--TV Transmitter with Audio

Project 63--The Movie That Watches You

Project 64--Wall Wart Video Bug

Project 65--Cover Hat Cam

Project 66--Wall Clock Camera

Project 67--Kamikaze Video Transmitter

Section Eleven: Computer Monitoring

Project 68--Where Have You Been Today?

Project 69--Resurrecting Deleted Data

Project 70--Installing a Software Key Logger

Project 71--Build a High-Tech Hardware Key Logger

Project 72--Computer Screen Transmitter

Section Twelve: RF Scanners

Project 73--Scanning the Neighborhood

Project 74--Scanner Auto Recording Switch

Project 75--Scanner-to-Computer Interface

Project 76--Better Reception

Project 77--Bug Detection

Section Thirteen: Protection and Countermeasures

Project 78--Intruder Sentinel

Project 79--White Noise Generator

Project 80--Infrared Device Jammer

Project 81--Spy Camera Killer

Project 82--Shocking Device

Project 83--Ultra Small Shocking Device

Project 84--Motion Activated Shocker

Section Fourteen: Laser Spy Gadgets

Project 85--Lasernoculars

Project 86--Laser Beam Transmitter

Project 87--Laser Beam Receiver

Project 88--Laser Microphone Experiment

Project 89--Laser Perimeter Alarm

Project 90--Remote Control Sniper

Section Fifteen: Build a Mini Video Controlled Spy Robot

Project 91--Hacking a Remote Control Toy Base

Project 92--Creating the Weatherproof Shell

Project 93--Adding a Panning Camera Head

Project 94--Video Camera and Night Vision System

Project 95--RC Receiver to Servo Bridge Circuit

Project 96--Adding an Ultrasensitive Audio Preamp

Project 97--Payload Delivery Function

Project 98--Payload Delivery Hardware

Project 99--Creating a Portable Base Station

Project 100--Base Station Wiring and Installation

Project 101--Spy Robot Mission Testing
18 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow, must read! 16 décembre 2006
Par M. Newton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Doesn't matter what your interest is, you can learn something from this book.

I had no intention of building any of the projects, but after reading the book through, and realizing how easy and honestly fun some of them are, I just have to give them a try.

Great pictures, and easy to read text not only help you build your projects but also include detailed explanations of why it actually works and what could be changed to fit your needs.

Unlike some of the other Evil Genius books authors, Graham actually uses parts from old electronics that normally cost you next to nothing. And his website and forum will help you with any problems you have, as well as update anything new he wants to add.

Easily the best book in the Genius series. Much enjoyed!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 great book, great support 9 août 2006
Par Steve Pritchard - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've had this book for a couple of weeks and already had some questions. I went on the Atomic Zombie support spy gadgets forum and found the answers to my questions right away. It's nice to know that the authors do provide support and answer your questions in a day or so. There are some others on the forum that also help. It's a great community so if you buy this book make sure you also join the forum. There's a great section on where to find parts used in the projects. What more could a person ask for!? A great book and great support right from the authors. I'm very impressed.
24 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Thanks to the authors! 14 juillet 2006
Par Mr.Noname - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this book at the University book store, and it has paid for itself many times over. The information on hacking video senders is right on the money, and for $20, I turned the VCR sender bought at a department store into the $150 spy transmitter that many websites are selling.

Oh, and the taser gun made from the disposible camera.... Yah, it hurts! I would never try the two battery model > at least not on myself ;)

Anywho, thanks to the author, I enjoyed the way the book lays out each project as it is being made so there is no confusion, and the underground feel of this book reminds me of the old anarchist cookbook files that used to be available on dialup BBS sites.

I wonder if the author is on a no fly list now?!

14 internautes sur 14 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great stuff! 17 juillet 2006
Par Hacker Dude - Publié sur Amazon.com
I just got my copy and read half of it already. It's easy to follow with tons of pictures and diagrams. By the time you get to the end of the book, you will learn alot about many different types of gadgets and valuable tips about video, audio, lasers, photo editing software, some computer technology and much more interesting stuff that you would have to read many books to understand.

Doesn't assume that you're an expert in various types of technologies but leads you into each project explaining every step until you build and test the final project.

You can find all of the parts needed for each project anywhere online, in retail stores, electronics stores, and so on. Try eBay - you can get great deals on mini cameras. That's where I buy alot of my electronics parts, and yes, there are lowcost mini black and white cameras for sale on eBay and all over the Internet. I have several!

It ain't "rocket science" finding the parts needed for these projects! Google, Yahoo, MSN, Ask.com - any search engine will yield results. If you like to tinker, hack and learn new stuff, then I highly recommend this book.
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