Going well beyond the call of duty, freelance photographer CF Salicath has built himself a camera out of Lego.The twin-lens reflex design is called the Legoflex.
Measuring 23-inches, the screen supports some Minority Report-style swishing with Google Earth, and the whole device was built – in his kitchen – for less than $600.
There’s no mistaking the messages left in the office by one very ingenuous Gadget Master, “kitesurfer”. He has built a 12-foot long and 20″ high LED matrix, to display text across 512 blue LEDs, which sit behind some frosted acrylic.
Room had to be found on the Gadget Master blog for this one, a quick video we filmed at Hall A3 (Displays) at Electronica.
How cool is this? This is an Arduino project dubbed The Worduino, from the excellent WyoInnovations blog.
One for all gadget lovers, and not just those who don’t posses a Super AMOLED display, check out its news report – 90% Of Waking Hours Spent Staring At Glowing Rectangles
How do you hack a Vodka bottle. Well, we showed how to hack a calculator last week and this week the challenge is for Medea Vodka, which feature a scrolling blue LED display…