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Content tagged with Gadget Freak posted in May 2013
Slideshow: Brilliant Gadgets From the Hands of the Young
Gadget Freak 
5/24/2013  31 comments
We see Gadget Freak projects from all walks of life, but many of our most imaginative gadgets are created by budding engineers.
Video: Doodle3D Prints Designs From 2D Drawings
CAD/CAM Corner 
5/21/2013  6 comments
Doodle3D brings your 2D sketches to life.
Gadget Freak Case #241: Gloved Hand Controls Airplane's Flight
Gadget Freak 
5/17/2013  41 comments
A team of Colorado State University students has created a gadget that guides a remote control airplane through the sensors in a glove.
Video: Get Creative With the World's First 3D Pen
Blog 
5/9/2013  21 comments
Coining itself as the most affordable way to 3D print, the 3Doodler pushes out heated plastic that quickly cools to create different shapes and objects.
Gadget Freak Case #240: MEMS Mics Up Telescope
Gadget Freak 
5/9/2013  20 comments
Jerald Cogswell created a sonic telescope to grab sound and bring it as close to the user as the image.




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