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Content tagged with Gadget Freak posted in February 2012
Gadget Freak Case #206: Electroluminescent Wire Sound Controller
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2/28/2012  12 comments
By connecting electroluminescent wire to his Android smartphone, Matt Katzenstein has created his own personal disco light that strobes to the beat of his music.
Driving App Updates via Crowdsourcing
Gadget Freak 
2/22/2012  10 comments
Waze, an open-source GPS-enabled smartphone app, takes full advantage of crowdsourcing to update road conditions.
Gadget Freak Case #205: Colorado Smart Bike Shifts Itself
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2/14/2012  41 comments
A group of Colorado State University engineering students created a bike that shifts gears by itself based on several inputs: rear wheel speed, pedaling direction, and initial chain position.
Gadget Freak Case #204: Self-Starting, Solar-Powered Stirling Engine
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2/7/2012  28 comments
Doug Conner's self-starting, solar-powered Stirling engine runs all year when the sun is visible from the sculpture’s location. The engine can shut down when the sun isn’t visible, and it can restart by itself when the sun comes back up.




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