I’m a gadget guy – I hope that isn’t a shock to anyone. When I saw that Philips (or Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. as no one calls them) was releasing iPhone controlled LED lights I knew I had to have them. There was just one non-obvious problem; I live in the middle of nowhere. You…
I just finished another review for TubeClockDB.com. The video is below and the full review is here: http://www.tubeclockdb.com/nixie-clocks/340-video-review-laura.html
I just finished another view review for TubeClockDB.com This time I take a look at a modular VFD clock that supports multiple shields for different tube types. The firmware is open source and hacker friendly. Read the full review here.
Let’s start with a story. The Four Letter Word machine was invented in 1973 by Raymond Weisling. The device was simple – it used 4x B7971 tubes to display random for letter words. Of course, the draw to a device like this is that occasionally, one of the results would appeal to the prurient interests…
I just finished a review for my latest nixie clock – the MOD_6 7971. It is currently the largest in my collection with 6 B7971 tubes. Watch the video below or see the full review here.
Today I have a cool from a fellow Minnesotan – the company is called Cold War Creations and the clock is called the “Glass Clock #3.” Watch the video below and read the full review here.