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Dylan Rush
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Nixie Tube Clock
My  brother bought me some nixie tubes for my birthday a while back. They sat in my desk drawer for a long time, until I finally got around to building this clock. The nixie tubes are driven by four SN74141 IC's and a 180v power supply, hanging off the back...
Nixie Tube Clock
Nixie Tube Clock
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Live Sectional Map
The Live Sectional Map is a small cylinder showing the aeronautical sectional chart around Sea-Tac. Seven airports are illuminated with colored LEDs. When the cylinder is plugged in, it will download the METARs for these airports every minute, and update th...
Live Sectional Map
Live Sectional Map
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FlipARealCoin.com
This project is as awesome as it is dumb. A website where you can order a robot to flip a coin for you, and watch the outcome on streaming video. Note that mobile users probably won't be able to see the live video. fliparealcoin.com I used a combination of ...
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Alexa-Connected Speakers
I finally got around to building an Alexa skill to control my speakers. Now I can control my TV's volume hands-free, and the commercial skip feature works great. All code hosted on Bitbucket here If you'd like to build your own: 1. Make the IR blaster devic...
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Internet-Connected Speakers
When I watch TV, I find certain commercials to be very annoying. Usually I try to mute them myself before the rage sets in. Unfortunately I can't always find the remote, and sometimes I forget to un-mute the TV and I'll miss actual programming. Jeep commerc...
Internet-Connected Speakers
Internet-Connected Speakers
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The Pendulum Clock
If you've ever rode the Link Light Rail in Seattle to the airport, you may have glanced out of the window while traveling through a tunnel and seen playing cards illuminated on the walls. These images are not made from two dimensional screens. Each display ...
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