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Pure analog tilt sensor [Electronic Project]
posted October 18 2011 7:54.51 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Chris from pyroelectro says that designing circuits with pure TTL chips is fun, something that i totally agree with. This time, he used an analog tilt sensor to read the tilt of the...

[Link: pyroelectro]
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Tags: sensors   electronic project   diy   led   



This is what you will find inside a 7-seg LED
posted September 15 2011 19:47.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Everyone! Leave all the cutting tools, knives scissors and blades on the bench, and give a chance to this 7-segment LED display that you are about to chop in two to see what is inside...

[Link: engineersgarage]
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Tags: led   7-seg led   theory/tutorial   how it works   crazy hack   








Quick! its the styropyro's burning laser giveaway! [Video]
posted August 31 2011 6:22.22 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You probably know styropyro from older posts in this blog. Its that dude with the "burning laser" gizmos. He felt a bit generous as he said, so he announced a cool burning-laser giveaway...

[Link: styropyro]
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Tags: laser   led   diy   crazy story   insane   news   



A mini thereminophone with IR proximity and PIC
posted August 1 2011 20:11.49 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is another cool design that took me a loooong time to post, since i had some "minor" problems with my motherboard. Chris from pyroelectro sent me this link. Chris made a simple...

[Link: pyroelectro]
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Tags: led   sensors   proximity   infrared   electronic project   diy   pic   microcontroller   music   audio   games and fun   



Lamp made from old CDs/DVDs is ultimate creativity
posted April 26 2011 16:27.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If i gather my old and useless CDs and DVDs in a stack, i will make a huge stack, like many of you will. Here is an excellent idea that was uploaded in lifehacker a few days ago...

[Link: lifehacker]
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Tags: cd/dvd   lamp   led   artistic   geek   creative   recycling   








Now that's what i call GIGANTIC LED CUBE!
posted April 20 2011 19:13.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It is gigantic! It is one of the products of Seekway. The cube is 32x32x16 true 3D LED Screen. To help you with mathematics, it has 16,384 LEDs! A real challenge for all those DIY...

[Link: terrycome]
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Tags: electronic project   led   commercial   crazy designs   



Do not spill your tea on this cool super-pong table!
posted March 30 2011 20:07.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Tea table mods are always impressive and keep the spirit of the company up! This one though is double impressive, because it hosts a 30x30 LED monitor (not OLED, normal size LEDs!)...

[Link: bradsprojects]
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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   microcontroller   gaming   led   pic   mechanical   games and fun   mods   



Bill explains how the LCD monitor works - must see video
posted March 17 2011 22:08.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Bill Hammack, the engineer guy, uploaded a new video. In this one, he breaks an LCD monitor apart, and explain how it works. He explains what the TFT is (Thin Film Transistor) and...

[Link: engineerguyvideo]
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Tags: physics   chemistry   lcd   led   monitor   computer peripheral hacks   theory/tutorial   how it works   








Simple magnetic levitation
posted March 5 2011 20:24.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Magnetic levitation is always impressive, mostly because a magnetic field is invisible, but the effect of it may cause paranormal to the eye phenomena. Here is a very simple...

[Via: pyroelectro]    [Link: uzzors2k]
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Tags: magnetism   electronic project   physics   diy   led   

















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