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MintyBoost and Arduino skeleton from Make: Tokyo Meeting 04

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Chris writes

We helped a nice lady build a mintyboost at Make JP and she blogged about it. it was her first time soldering…

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Also, check out her photo of this “Arduino skeleton”…


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3 Comments

  1. Wow, I’m really intrigued by the Skeleton building technique. This seems to be a lot like building without proto or circuit board. Kinda like my demon eyes build: http://datamanlv.blogspot.com/2009/10/blinking-tree-eyes-revisted.html

  2. The Arduino skeleton looks really cool. Looks like a real life board schematic.

  3. Is there a real name for this type of hacking? (Other than big ugly mess?) There is actually some beauty and challenge in the skeletal design.

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