Gadget's podcast

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Gadget Freak features cool, homemade electronic gadgets proudly brought to us--by you! Complete with build instructions for the design engineer who likes the silly side of inventing things and enjoys building stuff in his and her spare time, these gadgets range from highly silly and impractical to extraordinarily inspirational for your own engineering design work. Why not submit your own pride and joy for publication in Gadget Freak?

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https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/gadgetfreak
Description
Gadget Freak features cool, homemade electronic gadgets proudly brought to us--by you! Complete with build instructions for the design engineer who likes the silly side of inventing things and enjoys building stuff in his and her spare time, these gadgets range from highly silly and impractical to extraordinarily inspirational for your own engineering design work. Why not submit your own pride and joy for publication in Gadget Freak?
Language
🇬🇧 English
last modified
2017-03-15 00:04
last episode published
2008-01-18 15:23
publication frequency
33.53 days
Contributors
Gadget Freak author  
Explicit
false
Number of Episodes
3
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Episodes

Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
18.01.2008

Richard had a flash of inspiration

Now he’s got the power to cut lightning down to size People have always been fascinated by the fury of the heavens. Electronics prodigy Richard Hodgkinson created a lightning distance timer so he would no longer have to manually calculate the approach...
13.12.2007

2007: A Year in Review

As 2007 draws to a close, we’re celebrating the weird and wonderful collection of inventions that made their home in Gadget Freak. This year saw us look at how electronics engineering students at Dalhousie University harness NASA technology to build ...
12.11.2007

Clive had an engagingly surreal stage presence

Special effects designer Clive Mitchell's electric match controller is intended for producing small-scale special effects like a confetti rainstorm. An electric match is a common device for firing pyrotechnics on stage - it works by passing a current...