Join Hackaday Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi for a recap of all the best tips, hacks, and stories of the past week. We start things off with an update on Hackaday’s current slate of contests, followed by an exploration of the cutting edge in 3D printing and printables. Next up we’ll look at two achievements in detection, as commercial off-the-shelf hardware is pushed into service by unusually dedicated hackers to identify both dog poop and deep space pulsars (but not at the same time). We’ll also talk about fancy Samsung cables, homebrew soundcards, the surprising vulnerability of GPS, and the development of ratholes in your cat food.
Check out the links below if you want to follow along, and as always, tell us what you think about this episode in the comments!
Episode 170 Show Notes:
News This Week:
- 2022 Hackaday Prize: Congratulations To The Planet-Friendly Power Finalists!
- Show Us Your Odd Inputs And Peculiar Peripherals!
What’s that Sound?
- Think you know this week’s sound? Enter for a chance to win a coveted Hackaday Podcast t-shirt!
Interesting Hacks of the Week:
- 3D Printing Fabrics Is Easier Than You Think
- Portable 3D Printer Gets Even Smaller, Faster, Better
- Point Out Pup’s Packages With This Poop-Shooting Laser
- Homebrew Radio Telescope Bags Pulsar
- TurtleAuth DIY Security Token Gets (Re)designed For Durable, Everyday Use
- Fighting Back Against Dodgy Dyson Batteries
- Elliot’s Picks:
- Tom’s Picks:
One thought on “Hackaday Podcast 170: Poop Shooting Laser, Positron Is A 3D Printer On Its Head, DIY Pulsar Capture, GPS’s Achilles Heel”
Poop laser Caleb here. Fun to hear others excited about the project. And good podcast, didn’t know you guys ran it. I’ll have to tune in once and awhile
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