Though it might look a lot like your typical circuit board on first glance, this board designed by Yuri Suzuki actually hides the London Underground Map in plain sight. As you look closer, you'll see all the resistors and components matching up to re-create the London Tube.
aCircuit Board is a live wallpaper for Android that shows you the beautiful circuit board—from the chips to the conductive traces—in all its geeky glory. If you love a good ol' gadget teardown, this is your wallpaper.
Forget obsessing over stock and fussing over fonts. There's no point. Because Ramiro Pareja Veredas has created the ultimate business card. It's a circuit board that displays all your relevant info, and it's got a fancy trick up its sleeve.
It's true, just as it's tough to simultaneously enjoy outhouses and Japanese toilets, chances are that you won't dually appreciate both circuit boards and pens.
Are these the perfect tree decorations for green geeks? Possibly. Made from recycled CDs and circuit boards, they are heinously expensive (around $6 for a circuit-board dangler, $9 for the CD version. Or you can get a set of three for $16 or $21 respectively. Or you can not bother.