I created this video to help would-be hackers clearly see how some of the modifications are made. I used music from www.remix64.com as background music, for a nostalgic effect. I took video of the actual work of disassembling a Hummer game and turning it into a little computer. In many cases, I captured audio and video from the actual DTV board. So even though it is very clear, it is not an emulator that you are seeing. I edited the whole thing with Adobe Premiere Pro 1.5. 3D animations are done with Google Sketchup Pro.
The video isn't finished completely, but I'll put the chapters here as I finish them. If you just want to watch the video, I highly recommend clicking on the GOOGLE version, as it will stream to you in realtime from Google Video. If you want to have a copy of the video, they are available here in high-quality VideoCD and DVD formats.
|3||Hummer Intro||0:46||7.60 MB||18.2 MB||LINK|
|4||Hummer Disassembly||2:18||22.9 MB||62.9 MB||LINK|
|5||Audio Fix||1:37||16.1 MB||37.1 MB||LINK|
|6||Video Fix||2:11||21.9 MB||48.6 MB||LINK|
|7||Attach a Keyboard||1:46||17.6 MB||44.1 MB||LINK|
|8||The Jiffy Box||2:33||25.4 MB||69.1 MB||LINK|
|9||S-Video Hack||1:07||11.2 MB||28.0 MB||LINK|
|10||Flashing the Kernel||3:58||39.6 MB||69.6 MB||LINK|
|11||The User Port / ShuttleCraft||3:32||35.1 MB||91.5 MB||LINK|