09 Apr '17, 11pm

Hackaday Links: April 9, 2017

[Frederico Musto], one of the Arduinos in the Arduino vs. Arduino saga (which finally came to an end last September ) may have fabricated his academic record. This news comes from Wired , providing documents from the registrars at MIT and NYU stating [Musto] never attended these institutions. Since this story came out, [Musto] has edited his LinkedIn, listing his only academic credential as a kindergarten in Torino, Italy. [shininglaser] built a tinnitus machine . What’s a tinnitus machine? It’s a device that, when activated, produces this sound : eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee. [shininglaser] built this tinnitus machine out of a pair of speakers, a cardboard box, a few batteries, and some sort of board with an epoxy-coated blob. We have no idea what the circuit looks like, but you could do this with any normal signal pulsing at around 15-...

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