How to Hack an Android Figurine Into a Flashing Morse Code Transmitter

This could work for any hollow figurine you have collecting dust on your shelves, but due to Android's open-source nature a little robot is the obvious choice for DIY hackery. The full tutorial is on Instructables, but to make him react to sound; turn his head and flash his LED eyes in morse code patterns, you won't… » 3/07/11 8:00am 3/07/11 8:00am

Sector Compass Torch Watch For Transmitting Messages in Morse Code

With all of the communication technology we have at our disposal today, good old fashioned Morse code » 11/17/08 12:45pm 11/17/08 12:45pm is all but forgotten. However, I can see it making a comeback in a big way if these "Sector Compass Torch" watches take off. A small flashlight is embedded into the side of the watch and can be used to deliver…

Talking Popcorn Machine Translates Pops Into Words

"Pop this, biznatch." is what I have always wanted my popcorn to say to me. This popcorn maker has a microphone inside the cabinet. The microphone will record the sounds from the popping corn and then translates the pops into words via morse code. Then a computer-program will read the words to you. The designer… » 2/15/07 4:00pm 2/15/07 4:00pm