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In 101 Spy Gadgets for the Evil Genius, you will learn to put a sensitive miniature color video camera and transmitter into a box only slightly larger than a box of matches — yes a fully functional spy TV station in a 2-inch box, complete with batteries! A sce-in-the-dark telescope that can record images onto your VCR, a teddy bear that watches the babysitter? not only are these devices going to be in your hands, but they can be put together in only a few hours using off-the-shelf parts.

Did you know a small black and white video camera with almost see-in-the- dark capabilities can be purchased for under $20 from many online sources?

Build your own two-mile range video transmitter for a few dollars in parts and connect thai to your camera, and you now have a stealthy night vision transmitter that easily compares to professional units costing thousands of dollars only a few years ago.

143 Project 43— Motion Tracking Camera 90 Project 69— Resurrecting Deleted Data 147 Section Eight Night Vision Devices 93 Project 70— Installing a Software Key Logger 149 Project 44 — Using Low Lux Cameras Project 45— Infrared, the Invisible Light Project 46— LED Night Vision Illuminator 93 94 96 Project 71— Build a High-Tech Hardware Key Logger Project 72 — Computer Screen Transmitter 150 162 Project 47— Pulsed LEDS for Higher Output 97 Section Twelve RF Scanners 165 Project 48— Outdoor Night Vision Iliuminato r 99 Project 73— Scanning the Neighborhood 165 Project 49— Infrared Laser Illuminator 102 Project 74 — Scanner Auto Recording Switch 169 Project 50— Long-Range Laser Illuminator 104 Project 75— Scanner-to-Computer Interface 171 Project 51— Night Vision Headgear 107 Project 76— Better Reception 175 Section Nine Audio Bugs and Project 77— Bug Detection 176 Transmitters in Section Thirteen Protection and Project 52— Hacked Baby Monitor Bug in Countermeasures 179 Project 53— FRS Radio Long-Range Bug 113 Project 78— Intruder Sentinel 1 79 Project 54 — Simple FM Room Bug 115 Project 79— White Noise Generator 181 Project 55— Ultrasensitive Room Bug 118 Project 80— Infrared Device Jammer 184 Project 56— Micro Stealth Transmitter 120 Project 81— Spy Camera Killer 186 w Project 57— Telephone Line Transmitter 122 Project 82— Shocking Device 189 -4 Project 58— Invisible Light Transmitter 123 Project 83— Ultra Small Shocking Device 191 G (1) Section Ten Video Transmitters 127 Project 84 — Motion Activated Shocker 193 ■P C Project 59— Hacking a Video Sender 127 Section Fourteen Laser Spy Gadgets 197 u Project 60— Micro Spy Transmitters 129 Project 85 — Lasernoculars 197 Project 86— Laser Beam Transmitter 200 VI Project 87 — Laser Beam Receiver 202 Project 88 — Laser Microphone Experiment 204 Project 89 — Laser Perimeter Alarm 210 Project 90— Remote Control Sniper 214 Section Fifteen Build a Mini Video Controlled Spy Robot 219 Project 91 — Hacking a Remote Control Toy Base 219 Project 92— Creating the Weatherproof Shell 221 Project 93— Adding a Panning Camera Head 223 Project 94 — Video Camera and Night Vision System Project 95 — RC Receiver to Servo Bridge Circuit 226 228 Project 96 — Adding an Ultrasensitive o Audio Preamp 232 rt Project 97 — Payload Delivery Function 235 Project 98 — Payload Delivery Hardware 237 13 rt Project 99 — Creating a Portable Base Station 239 Project 100 — Base Station Wiring CO and Installation 241 Proiect 101 — Snv Robot Mission Testing 243 Index About the Authors 259 via. Remember the character "Q" from those James Bond movies?

This book will not only be fun for the urban hacker, but it will also be a valuable guide to those that may pursue security and investigation as a career, or need a new way to "catch the bad guy" in their immediate future. COM 3 O H a u Q 3 i ft w Here is a simple device that uses a pair of common audio amplifier ICs and two multimedia electret microphones to give your hearing a massive boost.

Our Evil Genius minds are already concocting more ideas! The schematic for the bionic spy ears (shown in Figure 2-7) is remarkably simple, using only a single FC, variable resistor, microphone, and capacitor for each audio channel.

You will find many other projects, photo galleries and a support forum at ATOMICZOMBIE. We always look forward to seeing what other Evil Geniuses create and sharing ideas. The LM386 is a very common 1-watt audio amplifier IC used in many small audio appliances such as multimedia speakers, small radios, sound cards, and telephone equipment, and it is set up in our circuit to amplify the audio from the electret microphone's internal amplifier with a gain of 200.

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