Welcome to XodusTech
I am Travis Brown and this site, Xodus Technologies is one man's effort to pure do it yourself projects. This site is dedicated to the documentation of projects I have worked on and wish to share with the open community. These logs contain over 700 images of the various projects I have worked on over the years. Thanks for taking a look!
Some may better know me by my handle WarriorRocker, feel free to message me on AIM or email me.
Build a wireless SNES controller that has the feel and action of the original hardware while also upgrading the interface from the SNES connector to a more modern USB connection.
Replace an unused USB port with a Magsafe charge port and eliminate issues with the flimsy power connector of the Asus Zenbook thus prolonging the life of the hardware and improving usability.
Featured Work Projects
CraverNation is a fan portal sponsored by WhiteCastle and managed by Zimmerman Advertising. Users of the site are awarded points for interacting with site content such as voting on challenge entries, uploading their own content, and even sharing on social networks. These points earn real world things like free meals and merchandise.
Reseller Central is a multi-location based account management platform custom designed for HostNine LLC. The platform integrates with the cPanel/WHM API allowing complete control over remote servers and all cPanel functions.
Featured Development Projects
Learn to create pages that adjust in size and layout to accommodate resolutions and platforms from desktop widescreen to mobile portrait. Get key points to remember while setting up elements that are compatible with responsive design.
Create responsive image maps with jQuery Remap and now no matter what size the image is scaled to the image map is also scaled proportionally. Works with any existing image map.
The Boarduino is any prototyper's dream plugging directly into any breadboard and providing all the same capabilities as the regular Arduino.
The digispark is the perfect breadboarding companion for the breadboard area starved prototypers and those looking to spend less time making Arduinos smaller and more time developing your project.