Rysc Corp will be closed from 11th to the 20th of February. All orders placed during this time will be shipped on the 21st of February.

Rysc Corp will be closed from 11th to the 20th of February. All orders placed during this time will be shipped on the 21st of February.

Tomas @ The University of Washington

April 17, 2017

I am an electrical engineer interested in experimenting with RFID! I  work as a math tutor with the UW engineering study center which is mostly student operated and where I spend most of my time. I have programmed a login kiosk for students to log their time at the study center and I created a math clock and math posters that has been mounted in the study center (see clock template in our university colors of purple and gold!). With the proxmark3 kit the study center manager and I will be able to create 24/7 access for exclusive students (students who request study center access after building hours). The engineering study center grants students access to personalized Linux computers and whiteboards, this study center has become a niche for students who find the library too loud and busy.

Tomas @ The University of Washington

Math Clock

Math Clock

Math Poster

Tomas Math Poster






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