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Content posted in August 2013
Gadget Freak Case #246: Random Noise Generator
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8/23/2013  21 comments
This inexpensive device offers repeatable noise to mask the sounds of rowdy gamers, crying babies, and gossiping grandmas.
Gadget Freak Case #245: The Programmable Crock-Pot
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8/12/2013  35 comments
Bernard Smith created a timer that offers a delayed start, so that a slow cooker can begin cooking while everyone is out.
Gadget Freak Case #244: Analog Camera Built From 3D Printed & Laser Cut Parts
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8/6/2013  23 comments
Marin Davide designed, built, and assembled a working analog camera with laser cut and 3D printed parts. It has a lens, shutter, sonar autofocus, and touch control, which is controlled by a microcontroller.

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