Diffusion Science radio: Cuberider, CubeSat and MathWorks - DIY Day part 1

Cuberider, CubeSat and MathWorks - DIY Day part 1


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Stealthy sonar spying on cell phones by Ian Woolf,
Anh Nguyen, Flavia Ching Lu, Jenna Chan and Teresa Tran from Cerdon College develop space face cream with Cuberider data,
Dr Elias Aboutanio from UNSW talks about sending CubeSats into space,
Branka Dijkstra from Mathworks talks to Raspberry Pi and Arduino so you don't have to.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf
Rynos Theme by MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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Anh Nguyen, Flavia Ching Lu, Jenna Chan and Teresa Tran from Cerdon College

2017-08-19 11.20.01
Cuberider module on Raspberry Pi

2017-08-19 11.06.10
Dr Elias Aboutanio
UNSW QB50 CubeSat

2017-08-19 13.14.47
CubeSat frames

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2017-08-19 12.32.04
Mathworks

2017-08-19 12.22.39

2017-08-19 12.21.59

2017-08-19 12.20.39

2017-08-19 12.20.50

MAAS DIY Day

CovertBand: Activity Information Leakage using Music (PDF)
Covertband: Activity Information Leakage using Music (samples)
Computer scientists use music to covertly track body movements, activity
Smart Devices Can Be Hijacked to Track Your Body Movements And Activities Remotely


August 21, 2017

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