Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius: 21 Build-It-Yourself Projects
Iannini takes the stuff of science fiction and science future and brings it down to size for the home hobbyist. Full of easy-to-follow plans and clear diagrams and schematics, and respectful of your wallet, Electronic Gadgets for the Evil Genius gives you: Illustrated instructions and plans for amazing pretested projects advanced enough for sophisticated electronics enthusiasts but described in sufficient detail to be built easily by newcomers; Explanations of the science and math behind each project (i.e., you can explore different methods of achieving acceleration); Frustration-free plans -- needed parts are listed, along with sources -- and most of these projects can be built for $100 or less.
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