Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys debate the great mysteries of the hacking universe. On tap this week is news that Sam Zeloof has refined his home lab chip fabrication process and it’s incredible! We see a clever seismometer built from plastic pipe, a laser, and a computer mouse. There’s a 3D printed fabric that turns into a hard shell using the same principles as jamming grippers. And we love the idea of high-powered lasers being able to safely direct lighting to where you want it.
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Episode 132 Show Notes:
What’s that Sound?
- That sound was from Doom 3
- Unfortunately nobody got this one right. Tune in next week for a new What’s That Sound for your next chance!
- Sad trombone, not sad trumpet.
New This Week:
- Tesla Automatic Driving Under Scrutiny By US Regulators
- Take Note: An E-Ink Tablet From Pine64
- Mike finally made a mechanical “keyboard”
Interesting Hacks of the Week:
- Robot Pet Is A Chip Off The Old Logic Block
- The Zeloof Z2 Intergrated Circuit Has 100 Transistors
- 3D Printed Smart Glasses Put Linux In Your Face
- Light Painting With An 19th Century Inspired Plotter
- USB Mouse Hack For Pachyderm Protection
- 3D Printed Fabric Stiffens On Demand
- Elliot’s Picks
- Mike’s Picks: