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\subsection{Motivation and Vision}
% Show and Modified Version of the AMRO talk for Horgesbord!
The world is becoming littered with old mobile phone discarded as “upgrade” culture entices us to the shiny latest thing and obsolete Internet of Things (IoT) gadgets from failed start-ups where their dependent cloud services renders the device a plastic brick. While manufacturers are increasingly locking and securing the devices we have “purchased”, the right to repair movements aim to re-use these electronics in new and surprising ways. The first step towards this culture of circular use is to be able to re-purpose a device for general purpose computation. What if we could re-purpose and reclaim these devices, especialy those discarded and pool their resources to build our own duct-taped together ``cloud''?
The idea of reusing and reclaiming the devices, especially those discarded, that surround us. What if we could re-purpose these devices, and pool their resources to build our own duct-taped together ``cloud''?
In this ``hardware hacking'' workshop, we will look at a typical IoT internet security camera and discover how to \textbf{talk to it} and \textbf{re-program} it for our own customised uses. The spirit of this workshop is to also to generate ideas for an eventual system for combining discarded electronics into a re-usable general purpose computational system. No previous hardware or software “hacking” experience is necessary for this step-by-step workshop, and all of the necessary supplies will be provided.
\section{Materials}
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\item Mouse, keyboard and monitor peripherals
\end{itemize}
A note about the SD-CARD for the NEOS SmartCamera. The device is sensitive to having a SD-CARD of 512MB in size (very small!). Instead of having an old and small SD-CARD, one can create a 512MB partition on a larger SD-CARD, but the camera will only be able to access this small partition.
A note about the SD-CARD for the NEOS SmartCamera. The device is sensitive to having a SD-CARD of 512MB in size (very small!). Instead of having an old and small SD-CARD, you can create a 512MB partition on a larger SD-CARD, but the camera will only be able to access this small partition.
As an alternative to using the Raspberry PI, you can use a laptop with a USB to TTL Serial cable, also known as a Serial Console cable \footnote{\url{https://www.adafruit.com/product/954}}.
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