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Hackaday Podcast 132: Laser Disco Ball, Moore’s Law in Your Garage, Cheap Cyborg Glasses, and a Mouse That Detects Elephants

Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys dispute the terrific secrets of the hacking universe. On tap today is news that Sam Zeloof has actually improved his house laboratory chip fabrication procedure and it’s extraordinary! We see a smart seismometer developed from plastic pipeline, a laser, and a computer system mouse. There’s a 3D printed material that becomes a difficult shell utilizing the very same concepts as jamming grippers. And we like the concept of high-powered lasers having the ability to securely direct lighting to where you desire it.

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.Episode 132 Show Notes:.What’s that Sound?That noise was from Doom 3.No one got this one. Tune in next week for a brand-new What’s That Sound for your next possibility!Unfortunate trombone, not unfortunate trumpet.New This Week:. Tesla Automatic Driving Under Scrutiny By United States Regulators Alfred Jones Talks About The Challenges Of Designing Fully Self-Driving Vehicles Take Note: An E-Ink Tablet From Pine64 exceptional 2 .Mike lastly made a mechanical “keyboard”. Photo of the 5-key macro keyboard miniMACRO5 – – custom-made programmable keypad from Leaf Cutter Labs on Tindie QMK firmware .Fascinating Hacks of the Week:. Robot Pet Is A Chip Off The Old Logic Block The Zeloof Z2 Intergrated Circuit Has 100 Transistors 3D Printed Smart Glasses Put Linux In Your Face This Wearable Computer SUCKS (on function) – – YouTube Light Painting With An 19th Century Inspired Plotter USB Mouse Hack For Pachyderm Protection 3D Printed Fabric Stiffens On Demand Robotic Gripper From A Squishy Ball .Quick Hacks:.Elliot’s Picks. The Faux-Vintage Becomes Vintage Spiffy Summer Project Sources Solar Sounds From Scraps Hacked IKEA Air Quality Sensor Gets Custom PCB DIY Handheld Game Puts Its Brains On A Removable Cart .Mike’s Picks:. DOOM On A Desk Phone Is Just The Tip Of The Iceberg Xbox Flexure Joystick Puts You In The Pilot’’ s Seat . Who Needs Pin Headers? . Can ’ t-Miss Articles:. Teardown: 3D Printed Space Shuttle Lamp . Of Lasers And Lightning: Thwarting Thor With Technology .

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