- Dynamic Müller-Lyer Illusion
- Could Venus have a bacterial infection?
- How the bones in your hand change as you grow up
- Could a Neuroscientist Understand a Microprocessor? Probing a simulated 6502 and evaluating it like a set of neurons
- A Sinclair Scientific Calculator Emulator that you can build
- A LaTeX package to add coffee stains
- Diffraction gratings, now in chocolate (YouTube, via Hackaday)
- LED Snailies?
- Precise Parts: Custom machined adapters for astronomy
- Sam Zeloof lithographically builds an amplifier IC in his garage
- An Exploration into 3D Printing on Pre-stretched Fabric
1 thought on “Linkdump: April 2018”
Hmm… LaTeX coffee stains… Great concept. All you need now to bring the pinnacle of scientific distinction to a research paper is a drip of mystery takeout food.
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