This video is awesome on a few levels: not only is it a fantastic time capsule of a Reagan-era American manufacturing plant, but these guys and gals had arguably one of the coolest jobs around at the time.
I have a few ideas for score displays, an they’re all over the place. As the project grows, I’ll keep track of my research & prototypes here.
Joysticks… Really this whole thing is because I wanted to make something with joysticks. But now that we’re here, I have a few other great ideas.
At this point the system needs 120v AC, 12v & 5v DC, and I’ve designed a prototype power supply to deliver just that… And more.
I’m building a DIY version of one of the greatest arcade games I’ve ever played. It’s equal parts old-school and awesome—made only of switches, motors, lights, wood & glass.
For Christmas 2016, my girlfriend and I made nightlights for her infant “niece” and “nephew”. Next steps: 1.) Launch Auntie Jenna’s Nite Lite Co., 2.) Profit.
My attempts to build a PWM dimming circuit based on just a 555 timing chip and a power transistor.
Long before Inventables sold an all-in-one controller/power supply for the X-Carve, I was busy making my own better version.
While creeping through the surplus area of my favorite electronics store, I found some awesome mid-century typography. Typographic Inspiration