Reverse engineering the Amazon Echo Buttons

As you may or may not know, I’m a big fan of of wireless buzzer buttons. I once built some myself and actually tried releasing them through Kickstarter, but failed. We were too focused on the hardware rather than showing our games. We learned some valuable lessons from that experience, but the project currently sits on my shelf.

Hardware and software (reverse) engineer. Passionate about new technologies. samdecrock.be

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Sam Decrock

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Hardware and software (reverse) engineer. Passionate about new technologies. samdecrock.be

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