Nature VS. Machine

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  1. bigal

    bigal

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    Hey, my oldest son needed to quickly fabricate an art project, so we worked together to create this "nature vs. machine" computer case. The cool part is the addition of a cheap PSU that's been modded to turn on without the signal from the motherboard (yes - a simple jumper wire), so you plug it in and some lights come on via a cold cathode controller and LED feet.

    Let's hope this project doesn't end up in the trash like Staple-la-Tron did last year!

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    bigal, Feb 8, 2007
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    Haha, I wish I would have been into computers at that time to do stuff like that for projects.
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    The kids in his class liked it. I'm just happy I can help him with something now and then. His artistic ability greatly surpasses mine.
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