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Content posted in August 2012
Gadget Freak: Ear Muff Headphones
Gadget Freak 
8/30/2012  Post a comment
Sylvie Barak created a custom pair of earmuff headphones to keep her ears warm while she listens to her music.
Gadget Freak: LED Message Board
Gadget Freak 
8/24/2012  Post a comment
Rich Quinnell's LED message board traces out a message in mid air.
Connected Thinking in Datacenters
DNTV 
8/23/2012  Post a comment
Dave Cormany discusses advanced lensed interconnects for fiber optics.
TE Connectivity: How Fiber Comes Alive
DNTV 
8/23/2012  Post a comment
TE makes fiber deployment faster, management simpler, and network reliability better.
TE Connectivity: Connected Thinking
DNTV 
8/18/2012  Post a comment
looking beyond connectors to connectivity helps engineers tackle design challenges from a broader perspective.
Gadget Freak: LED Matrix Helmet
Gadget Freak 
8/17/2012  Post a comment
This silver chrome helmet has a full LED matrix display on the front that illuminates words and patterns.
Gadget Freak Case #223: Rocket Records Its Own Flight
Gadget Freak 
8/10/2012  3 comments
Doug Conner strapped a video camera to his PVC-based rocket to record its flight.
Gadget Freak Case #222: Warming Up the Telescope
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8/3/2012  Post a comment
Eric Chesak created a heating pad system to keep his telescope at a uniform temperature throughout his deep-space photography sessions.




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