Hackaday editors Elliot Williams and Mike Szczys debated the mysteries of the hacker world. There was news this week that Sam Zeloof had improved his home lab chip manufacturing process, which is incredible! We saw an intelligent seismograph made of plastic tube, laser and computer mouse. There is a 3D printed fabric that can be turned into a hard shell using the same principle as the interference fixture. We like the idea that a high-power laser can safely direct the lighting to where you want it.
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Episode 132 program notes:
What’s that sound?
- That voice is from “Doom 3”
- Unfortunately, no one has done this right. Listen to the new What’s That Sound next week for your next chance!
- Sad trombone, not sad trumpet.
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