Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams wrangle the epic hacks that crossed our screens this week. Elliot ran deep on overclocking all three flavors of the Raspberry Pi 4 this week and discovered that heat sinks rule the day. Mike exposes his deep love of candy-coated chocolates while drooling over a machine that can detect when the legume is missing from a peanut M&M. Core memory is so much more fun when LEDs come to play, one tiny wheel is the power-saving secret for a very strange multirotor drone, and there’s more value in audio cassette data transfer than you might think — let this FPGA show you how it’s done.
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EPISODE 092 SHOW NOTES:
New This Week:
- The BYTE Is The Grand Prize Winner Of The 2020 Hackaday Prize
- Tensions High After Second Failed Cable At Arecibo
- New Contest: Say Goodbye To 2020
Interesting Hacks of the Week:
- Binary Calculator For All 0b10 Types
- “Hey, You Left The Peanut Out Of My Peanut M&Ms!”
- One Wheel Is All We Need To Roll Into Better Multirotor Efficiency
- Open Source Self-Driving Smartphone Robot
- Visualizing Magnetic Memory With Core 64
- Proper Cassettes For Your FPGA Retrocomputer
- Mike’s Picks:
- Elliot’s Picks:
- Prism Lighting – The Art Of Steering Daylight
- Adventures In Overclocking: Which Raspberry Pi 4 Flavor Is Fastest?
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