Keeping Good Company.

A reader on my Magic Clock site made me aware of this TED talk by Massimo Banzi, Co-inventor of the Arduino.  He lists some really cool projects ranging from the important to the silly.  I might be closer to the Farting Chair end of the scale, but hey, I made the list.  Fast forward to 10:25 to skip all that nonsense about 14 year old kids changing the world by detecting earthquakes.

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2 thoughts on “Keeping Good Company.

  1. I think every family needs a clock like that, especially when the kids get older.
    I’m glad your project showed up on a TED talk.

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