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iPod nano nixie watch :)

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iPod nano Nixie watch via Windell.


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11 Comments

  1. That’s so awesome! It makes me wanna buy a iPod Nano just for that…
    I AM looking at buying a new watch ATM, this is going to be a serious consideration 😛

  2. Just like Steve Wozniak wears.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4R3hODnTGo

    By the way, Ladyada, the resistor CAPTCHA used for the comment form can be REALLY hard for people like me that are colorblind. With as much as 10% of the male population being colorblind, you may want to consider tweaking it. (And for those of you who might wonder how I check resistor values, I use a multimeter.)

  3. @daniel, you posted a comment perfectly!

  4. Further to Daniel’s comment, did you know that your resistor captcha is impossible to use on an iPhone?

  5. @jason – hmm, we’ll check that out.

  6. @adafruit, yeah, once I got a CAPTCHA that I could actually solve correctly. (Even this comment took several attempts to post. It’s a unique and interesting CAPTCHA method, but also very frustrating for me.)

  7. Well, the Captcha works on My iPhone.

  8. Just a quick not about posting a comment with an iPhone/iPad. There are 2 ways you can adjust the resistor values. First you can tap and hold for about a half second, the move the slider, and second you can zoom in and move the slider with 2 finders. I mainly use the first method, and usually always leave post with an iPhone or iPad. It might take a few tries to get it, but once you do it’s cake after that. 🙂

  9. Now if could just work on my morning typing… :/

  10. I personally love this captcha, it even uses html 5!

  11. @jeremy thanks for the tips.

    It’s a bit tricky to get it to work but here I am on an iPhone! The UI experience might be something to look into though.

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