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How the light bulb filament is produced?
posted March 2 2011 22:01.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Did you miss Bill Hammack, the engineer guy? He is back, with the third series of those amazing videos. In this new one, Bill takes apart an incandescent to show how the tungsten...

[Link: engineerguyvideo]
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Tags: theory/tutorial   history   part review   chemistry   

This film from the inside of Lexar's facilities is super impressive
posted February 3 2011 8:55.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Lexar, a division of Micron technology, released an impressive video from the inside of the Lexar's plant in Lehi, Utah. The facilities, which are 100 times cleaner than a hospital...

[Via: gizmag]    [Link: LexarMediaInc]
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Tags: documentary   crazy photo/video   part review   commercial   robot   

How the cathode ray tube works - Excellent video
posted January 31 2011 21:40.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This theory video is made by youtube user bkraz333. He got a cathode ray tube from an oscilloscope, and opened it with a dremel and a diamond cutter. He then explains how it works...

[Link: bkraz333]
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Tags: part review   monitor   theory/tutorial   

Its a good thing to call it with it's name
posted January 26 2011 21:12.40 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This link was contributed to Make magazine by James Floyd Kelly. The site is called Bolt Depot, and it has a list with all the different bolts and nuts and connectors, along with...

[Via: make]    [Link: boltdepot]
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Tags: commercial   part review   tools   

Modern chips will be self-solar-powered!
posted January 23 2011 20:05.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

It is a common rule: All active components needs DC power to operate. After all, that is how they got their name "active", because they need DC power to operate. But that is about...

[Via: gizmag]    [Link: Twente University]
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Tags: innovations   articles   new materials   commercial   research   part review   inventions   solar   

New type of memory may lead to instant-power-on PCs! AT LAST!
posted January 23 2011 19:25.14 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new device that represents a significant advance for computer memory. Until now, there are two major categories of...

[Via: engadget]    [Link: North Carolina State University]
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Tags: innovations   pc related   science   new materials   part review   commercial   inventions   

Adding a micro cam with IR night vision to your projects
posted January 17 2011 5:58.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Brad from LucidScience sent us his latest hack. This is a two-parts guide. On the first part, he explains the basics about micro cameras and the...

[Link: lucidscience]
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Tags: electronic project   diy   part review   security   

A keyboard with 4 keys to replace 101?
posted January 7 2011 18:50.11 by Giorgos Lazaridis

How many keys has your own keyboard? Lots of! Well, would you replace it with one that has barely 4 keys? And if i was telling you that you can normally write to a word processor...

[Link: citta]
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Tags: part review   pc related   

New MB from MSI - its an overkill!
posted December 29 2010 17:13.55 by Giorgos Lazaridis

MSI revealed the new Big Bang Marshal board. It has eight x16 PCI Express slots -can be used only 8 simultaneously or turn into x8 to use all-, eight USB 3.0 ports, and three BIOS chips. The board will be on the shelves the first quoter next year.

[Link: semi accurate]
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