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Hypercube² Part III

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TMM 10th January 2005, 13:36 Quote
wow, i never noticed the actual size of it until the pics with the keyboard, hyperscreen and the hypercube together. I don't know why, but i got the impression that it was larger from all the pics before...
[Tom] 10th January 2005, 15:23 Quote
Erm.......



Speechless really, that is awe inspiring work!
Tim S 10th January 2005, 15:27 Quote
:o :o

no words describe this project.
orenc17 10th January 2005, 15:46 Quote
Really great project
in my opinion it is the best htpc project ever made
but i only got one question:
where the hell is the power button ? :(
boomboom 10th January 2005, 20:09 Quote
You are great dude, that mod of yours is great respect. hope to see more work of you in the future

Good luck,

boomboom
_lumpy_ 10th January 2005, 21:23 Quote
now that looks nice
myszek123 10th January 2005, 21:29 Quote
It's really complete. Its sofisticatede but not bizzare or whatever other word is in english for what i'm thinking of... There is a place for your mod in hall of world best and famouse if there ever will be sth like that!!!
Langer 10th January 2005, 21:35 Quote
I think I love you.
crimandevil 10th January 2005, 22:11 Quote
Utterly amazing. Good luck with your next project!
fev 10th January 2005, 22:43 Quote
i wanna buy it... sell it to me


NOW!!!
Bloody_Sorcerer 10th January 2005, 23:20 Quote
very very nice. quite impressive really. On the note of "quite", on the front page, however, "...the basic frame came together quiet easily. Only there...", I hope the word you're looking for there is quite, rather than quiet ;)
Haddy 11th January 2005, 00:41 Quote
nice attention to detail....amazing how such small addons to a keyboard can make a world of difference...
gometro33 11th January 2005, 01:57 Quote
Truly the most amazing mod/custom case I've ever seen (and I like to think that I've seen a lot).

I'd like to point out something you said that I thought was funny...

"I'm very pleased with the result."

Well I should hope so...

Nice job dude ;)
The_Pope 11th January 2005, 03:22 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by orenc17

but i only got one question:
where the hell is the power button ?

Haha - I was wondering if anyone was going to ask that! Gert is away for a few days, but from what I can figure out, the power button is in the middle of the top panel, as shown in this image that wasn't used in the final article:

http://elmo.bit-tech.net/~hypercube/forums/powerbutton.jpg

You can also just about make it out in some of the bigger shots in the article. I guess with all the excitement, he forgot to add that to his Worklog
The_Pope 11th January 2005, 03:25 Quote
I'd also like to welcome boomboom, myszek123 and gometro33 who registered just to comment on this mod - thanks for your support guys!
-c3- 11th January 2005, 04:04 Quote
I love the mod! it looks beautiful, but, it would be nice if you could do somthign with the monitor cables... it takes away from the beautiful whiteness of it all, maybe some sleeving like you did with the fans or something. other than that, perfect!
Langer 11th January 2005, 04:39 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by The_Pope
I'd also like to welcome boomboom, myszek123 and gometro33 who registered just to comment on this mod - thanks for your support guys!
don't forget -c3-
echu1988 11th January 2005, 05:55 Quote
Amazing job, nicest mod i've ever seen, hope to see ur future works
Who_me_33 11th January 2005, 07:46 Quote
Very very nicely done. A lot of work went into that, and it came out very nicely. A couple of things, how heavey is it, and the fan power wires, are they at all fragile, and could they be knocked off when going to a lan,
jezmck 11th January 2005, 08:14 Quote
a stunning case, and perfectly executed.
;)2
Sc0rian 11th January 2005, 08:48 Quote
Top stuff dude

- Sc0
Joungne 11th January 2005, 09:33 Quote
Hey Guys,

Tnx for all the kind words. It really makes me feel good, and kinda special.
As for the powerbutton, the pope is right, it is placed right in the middle of the top panel, next to it in the 4 corners are : the dvdrom eject button, activity led, power led and reset button.

If you guys have any other questions, feel free to ask, and I will try to answer them if I can

greetz,

Joungne
GTVic 11th January 2005, 10:40 Quote
Looks great - now you should individually light all of the keys on the keyboard :D :D

One question: the row of toggle switches - what do they all do?
Joungne 11th January 2005, 10:52 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by GTVic
Looks great - now you should individually light all of the keys on the keyboard :D :D

One question: the row of toggle switches - what do they all do?

well, all the toggle switches control all the lighting in the case. there are 8 seperate lines of leds. for example : the lighting of the casefeet, the dvdrom bracket, the baseplate,...

All these lines are connected to two potentiometers in front (the outer left and outer right one) so I can also control the brightness of all the leds.

The two inner potmeters control the fans.


greetz,

Joungne
Tomm 11th January 2005, 10:57 Quote
Awsome job there. I too was amazed by the size - it's not too big at all. Very cool ;)

A lot of white lighting cropping up these days, and it looks great! White LEDs - The new Bl00? :p
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