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MY PROJECTs​ 私のプロジェクト

Normally I build things without purpose. from ground up or upgrading other creators projects. but the real enjoyment for me comes from solving a problem even with one line of code.


Daeva is a versatile device designed to scan, copy, and replay signals in the 315, 433, 868, and 915 MHz frequency ranges. Daeva is a cybersecurity tool with many applications, from security testing to signal analysis. The device is built around the powerful ESP32 microcontroller and cc1101.


ARPoLan is a network security tool designed for network scanning and ARP spoofing. Utilizing the Atmega32u4 microcontroller and the W5500 Ethernet module, it can efficiently monitor network activity, identify connected devices, and manipulate network traffic for penetration testing.


TEMPO is an Edge device. in the world of IoT, An IoT edge device is internet-enabled and typically comprised of sensors. These sensors collect data and then pass it on to the processing unit. And in this project my router and mobile Hotspot act as a gateway.


wardriving, a practice involving the search for Wi-Fi networks while on the move. Through a customized device, we capture existing Wi-Fi networks along with their coordinates and other pertinent data. These findings can then be uploaded to Wigle.net, a platform consolidating wireless network information worldwide.


Once EvilDuck is assembled and ready to go, using it is a breeze. Simply plug the USB connector into the target computer’s USB port. EvilDuck will then spring into action, executing its programmed script with precision.

Hammer Head

HammerHead is a Line Follower Robot Based on ATmega328 and TCRT5000 IR sensors, Also using N20 motors with L293D motor Driver.


ColorReplica is an exciting project that allows you to explore and interact with colors in two unique ways: ColorPicker and ColorCube. Whether you’re an artist, a DIY enthusiast, or just someone who appreciates the beauty of colors.


a device that can not only monitor network traffic but also scan for nearby Wi-Fi networks, simulate beacon frames, and detect deauthentication attacks. 


a 2.4GHz scanner/jammer/Channel Analyzer named nRF-BOX using the nRF24L01 and Arduino Pro Mini. The nRF-BOX is a powerful tool to analyze and manipulate the 2.4GHz wireless spectrum. It allows us to scan the 2.4GHz band, jam the 2.4GHz band, and analyze the channels in the 2.4GHz band.

315MHz Jammer

This project is about a jammer in the 315MHz band, the frequency of the jammer can be changed using the menu.


a wireless controller using XIAO nRF52840. I’m using a joystick module and internal LSM6DS3 to send HID commands to the receiver board and control the mouse of the target computer.


a smart glove inspired by the game Rainbow Six Siege from IANA character. The project allows us to control a device remotely, using hand gestures captured by a MPU6050 accelerometer/gyroscope and two potentiometers. Wireless communication between the glove and the device is achieved using the nRF24 radio


I developed the Smart Pot to integrate advanced technology with everyday plant care, making it both efficient and user-friendly. Equipped with sensors that monitor soil moisture, temperature, and light levels, the Smart Pot adjusts watering and lighting automatically to ensure optimal plant health. Its modern design fits seamlessly into any home environment. The Smart Pot expressive “eyes” that visually convey the plant’s condition at a glance.

The B.O.T.

this robot is based on the open source project named KAME ROBOT which I upgraded in order to have a human interaction using voice and emotions.


In this project, we will control a simple robot by using voice commands using the XIAO nRF52840 Sense that has a built-in microphone. In this project, we use the micro_speech library, and the received commands are displayed on the oled screen.



E.C.P addresses the challenges of wiring and code uploading for the ESP32-CAM module. By designing a custom shield, this project simplifies the process, offering features such as easy code uploading via CP2102 USB to TTL, battery charging with TP4056, and accessible GPIO pins. Additionally, it includes dedicated I2C connections for an OLED display and a NeoPixel LED.