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Content posted in May 2012
Slideshow: Latest & Greatest Gadget Freaks
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5/29/2012  17 comments
Take a tour through some of our newest, most discussed projects, from an Android Breathalyzer to a robotic hand.
Gadget Freak Case #214: Radio Touch Sensors Talk to the Smartphone
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5/21/2012  20 comments
Matt Oppenheim has devised a radio that speaks to an Android smartphone to help the visually impaired learn the layout of a new device.
Gadget Freak Case #213: Android Brings the Mirror to Life
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5/14/2012  10 comments
Al Linke's interactive mirror can display pictures, running text, simple games, and video streamed from an Android phone.
Gadget Freak Case #212: Solar Up-Converter Handles Remote Sensors
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5/7/2012  9 comments
William Grill's gadget can take energy from an alternate source (such as the sun) and increase the voltage to make the power useful in a wide range of applications.




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