Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Tom Nardi go over the best stories and hacks from the previous week, covering everything from sidestepping rockets to homebrew OLED displays. We’ll cover an incredible attempt to really emulate the Nintendo Game Boy, low-cost injection molding of rubbery parts, a tube full of hypersonic shockwaves, and how a hacked depth finder and a rowboat can help chart those local rivers and lakes that usually don’t get any bathymetric love. Plus, even though he’s on vacation this week, Elliot has left us with a ruddy mysterious song to try and identify.
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Episode 135 Show Notes:
What’s that Sound?
Tell us your answer for this week’s “What’s that sound?”. Next week on the show we’ll randomly draw one name from the correct answers to win a rare Hackaday Podcast T-shirt.
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Interesting Hacks of the Week:
- GateBoy Is A Game Boy Emulated At Gate Level
- Injection Molding Silicone Parts For Under $50
- Making OLED Displays In The Home Lab
- Homebrew Sounder Maps The Depths In Depth
- Motorcycle Simulation Rig Is Off To The Races
- Three-Stage Thrust Vectoring Model Rocket With Tiny Flight Computers
- Mike’s Picks
- Tom’s Picks: