The TV show The Blacklist features Adafruit technology #Adafruit #TheBlacklist @NBCBlacklist

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Sharp-eyed watchers of the TV show The Blacklist caught that a character was disarming a device made with a bunch of Open Source parts.

Twitter user deantonious posts:

Episode 3 of season 7 from The Blacklist got me excited during the first 5 seconds lmao

All this nice open source hardware in a single shot

We can see an Adafruit large LED display, Perma Proto boards, a Feather M0 LoRa, a Raspberry Pi 4, and an Arduino Uno (with the name whited out by the builder) among various parts.

UPDATE: See this episode on (Maybe not in all countries, Content Warning: Anguish and death)

Reddit user AngelofD saw it also.

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