A nice fellow came by the lab today and gave me his business card.
When I asked what the grid of holes were about, he replied “that’s the prototyping area.”
How f’ing hardcore is that?
He was also wearing a binary LED watch he built, cast in a chunk of solid acrylic, with capacitive touch sensors for the UI.
Thanks to the internet, I have found visual proof of this device (ripped from www.chicagoreader.com/pdf/050722/050722_ot_srilanka.pdf)
I hereby resolve to put more magic crystals and rainbows in my projects. Thanks, Todd!
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