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Steam-powered record player
posted November 30 2010 15:34.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If someone begins a sentence with "steam-powered..." and you're supposed to end it, would you end it like "...train" or "...record player"???...

[Link: Asciimation]
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Tags: crazy hack   physics   diy   music   auto/moto   mechanical   



Thousand volts playing John Lennon
posted November 27 2010 8:26.39 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Teravolt presented this week his new plasma speaker. The whole project began when he found a small flyback, after chopping an old 5 inch TV. He tried many...

[Link: Teravolt]
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Tags: electronic project   diy   high voltage   music   plasma   








The treasure chest of captain... Atmegabeard
posted November 23 2010 6:29.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Did you play treasure-hunt when you were kids? I did! And it was a favorite game. This dad over here made a treasure chest some 10 years ago...

[Via: make]    [Link: dksmall]
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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   lcd   music   rc servo   cell phone hacks   gaming   led   microcontroller   mechanical   avr   games and fun   mods   



Arduino audio spectrum analyser w/ video out
posted November 16 2010 19:50.05 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Paul Bishop posted this project in the arduino blog. A microphone is connected to a transistor amplifier, and the output is driven...

[Link: Arduino blog]
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Tags: electronic project   music   microcontroller   arduino   monitor   



A D-Class Audio Amplifier
posted November 7 2010 20:15.10 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Ben from nbitwonder published a new audio project. He made a D-Class audio amplifier. He used two mosfets (IRF520) to control the 12 volts output signal. To control...

[Link: nbitwonder.com]
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An arduino equipped bar table
posted September 30 2010 20:48.03




mettapera build a small bar inside a table and in order to spice it up added a seven-band audio spectrum equalizer with both LCD screen and RGB leds and a smoke machine. All this is controlled by an Arduino and the bar is supported by a gas spring to help the lifting.
A neat small corner transforms in a sec to a mood changing place and the "Zorba the Greek" soundtrack helps the most. :)
Arduino code and more details can be found here.

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Automatic Harmonica
posted September 8 2010 16:42.27




toka15l is building an Arduino controlled automatic harmonica, even though the project is not completed yet and modifications needed in the programing and some noise dampening material in the motor case, if you listen close you can recognize the "Daisy Bell" tune played.
A melodic project we wait to hear it completed.

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The MIDI Piano Instructor
posted June 25 2010 19:59.53






Alessandro Lambardi created a tool aimed at improving the piano keyboard self-teaching experience with direct interaction between the student and software (or human, remote) teacher.
The new level of interaction is reached when the student is guided on the notes to play or exercise on visually with LEDs placed directly on top of the piano keys. A Personal Computer running music-teaching software or regular score composi...

[Link: 5volt]
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UW-Madison Powertrain Control Research Laboratory "Musical Dynamometer"
posted June 24 2010 20:48.22





UW-Madison Mechanical Engineering Professor John Moskwa and students in his Powertrain Control Research Laboratory focus on fundamental and applied research in vehicle engine and powertrain systems. While their research is all business, they've incorporated a bit of fun to demonstrate their dynamometer's capabilities: It can play "On, Wisconsin!" and a Bach Partita in E Major.
Who said fun and science don't go together? :)

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