Tuesday, September 28, 2010

UV meter


Morning quickie - UV finally got to work better

33 comments:

  1. Pretty cool, I can imagine this in a much larger scale, would be like the spaceship in the movie close encounters of the 3rd kind.

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  2. very nice that.. mutch better than buy one.. hehe
    keep on that.. nice blog

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  3. loving the post and blog man, very helpful

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  4. Damn I ain't no scientist so I don't understand anything of this

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  5. hahha nice :D i see the beginning of a disco lights engineer here :p

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  6. Very nice... I wish I was that handy.

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  7. Aw man, that's way cool. Lovin the blog, dude.

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  8. I could use a different kind of UV right now. In a glass. With lemonade.

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  9. great vid

    add me back! awaiting mre vids

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  10. Part of me really wants to get into this. Did you take classes and just have a side project? Or did you make this yourself self taught?

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  11. all by myself, self taught, you don't learn these things at school or university/college unfortunately :)

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  12. That's quite an interesting contraption.

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  13. i wish i could make these things!

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  14. looks difficult and wow i feel stupid

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  15. pretty neat, man. it makes me want to pull out my breadboard and start tinkering again

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  16. that's actually awesome xD You seem talented!

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  17. Your blog is awesome looking, nice layout.

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  18. Reminds me of the two 300 in 1 Radio Shack kits I have in the closet. Used to enjoy electronics as a child.

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  19. I used to have one of those Radio Shack boards too.

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  20. Excellent! I took an electronics class in high school, I loved it but never was very good at it lol...

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  21. Keep it up dude, i'll be monitoring your blog.

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