The Big Red Juicer

Big Red Juicer

ahhh, yes. we knew one day that 400mhz would not be the fastest thing in the world on a pc. it’s gotten so out of control, that this juicer is a 433mhz beast of blending fury, well….two microcontrollers worth. It’s got wireless and it makes the absolute perfect juice combination. Using built in sensors and other fun stuff, it can measure the exact proportions for your custom made apple juice….everytime. It takes it’s commands via a keyboard or wireless remote and dispenses juices from above. My god, this world is getting better everyday. What’s next cornell? Wireless Egg beaters?

10 thoughts on “The Big Red Juicer

  1. Man, this site’s admisistrators must be getting unhappy. It was slashdotted at 6:00 EDT and is now on hackaday. I love this sort of senseless innovation and Rube Goldberg-y quirkyness.

  2. heh vince I don’t think #1 was trying to rag on you, just making a comment about how much usage the site is getting. I don’t think the admins there are too unhappy though, as cornell pages are often slashdotten, and besides, a big univ. should have a decent backbone for this kind of stuff =p.

    as far as the project, it’s a really great idea, and I’m looking forward to tweaking it and making my own version.

  3. Ohhhhhhh… I was looking for some 433MHz processors in there! It’s just the wireless frequency though.

    Very very awesome project. Excellent idea for a kool-aid stand this summer!

  4. um the intro there is kinda misleading lol but anyone who actually have read it would have know that its not the prcessor power it uses but its the frequency that it runs on, however i would like to suggest that can ya be a little more specific? cuz i first thought : great! now i can bug my computer teacher for that old and useless pc and use it to make a fundraiser for our school band trip!

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