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Friday Fun: The Lemonade Machine

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. When Life Gives You Lemons, Make A Rube Goldberg Machine is a more innovative approach to this task. Here is an entertaining video of  a house converted into the set of a 9-minute long Rube Goldberg machine to make lemonade. Enjoy! PS. The Sprice Machines have been

DMX-512 led light teardown

Here is a tear-down of a very cheap DMX-512 controlled LED light from Wish.com. It promised four colors (R, G, B and white) with 15W power and DMX-52 controlling. It has some reliability issues so I decided to take a look inside. Here are some pics of the product first. What is inside? Opening few

Indie Retro News: Internet Archive adds over 2,500 Dos games to play in your Browser!

http://www.indieretronews.com/2019/10/internet-archive-adds-over-2500-dos.html?m=1 “The Archive” has had for years a massive game list from the 1970′s through to the 1990′s from systems such as the CPC, NES, MSX. They are all emulated in JSMAME in web browser. The list contains hundreds of games. Well they’ve just gone one big step further by listing over 2,500 DOS games.

2in1 Wireless and Wired Microphone

I got a very cheap wired/wireless mic  from Wish.com. I plan was to have a cheap “disposable” microphone for uses where I don’t want risking the more expensive microphone. Basically the product looks OK. The construction is plastic, but till feels acceptable for the price (less than 10 Euros on sale). If I get this

Ecodesign and right to repair in Europe

Hackaday article Europeans Now Have The Right To Repair – And That Means The Rest Of Us Probably Will Too talks about an important topic: right to repair. The right to repair what we own has been a hot topic for many years. Many modern devices seem to be surprisingly difficult to fix. In many