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Tag: Ruler

DigiRule Interactive Binary Ruler: Bits of Knowledge

DigiRule Interactive Binary Ruler: Bits of Knowledge
PCB rulers usually have measurements that come in handy for a proper circuit board layout. Prolific inventor and electronics tinkerer Bradley Slattery wanted to make a different kind of PCB ruler, so he came up with the DigiRule, a 6″ ruler that demonstrates the basics of electronic engineering. The DigiRule…

Q Ruler: One-Hand Ruler to Rule Them All

Q Ruler: One-Hand Ruler to Rule Them All
It’s annoying when you have to measure something and can’t find a long-enough rule or measuring tape in sight. For example, I was buying shoes online recently and wanted to check their sizing versus the current size I wear. I only had a 6-inch ruler so I improvised and used…
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Smidgen Stick: For When You Need to Measure a Smidgen or Scosche

Smidgen Stick: For When You Need to Measure a Smidgen or Scosche
If you’ve ever felt the need to know just how long a smidgen was or the length of a scosche, then you might want to fork over some cash to fund the Smidgen Stick.…

Brink Metal Tool Pen is the Geeks Sword

Brink Metal Tool Pen is the Geeks Sword
It never fails that I can buy a box of 100 pens and three days later when I need one I can’t find any. I think I might work harder to keep up with a pen this cool and geeky. This thing is simply called the “Metal Pen with Level…

(Science) Teacher Hit Me With a (Circuit Board) Ruler

(Science) Teacher Hit Me With a (Circuit Board) Ruler
ThinkGeek’s new Motherboard Ruler is perfect for science geeks, computer nerds and math dweebs who need to measure stuff. Each one is made from a sliver of recycled green circuit board, probably from your old laptop that died. ThinkGeek likes to throw around fancy stats like the fact that the…

Wooden Electronic Ruler Will Make You Want to Measure Stuff

Wooden Electronic Ruler Will Make You Want to Measure Stuff
Designer Shay Shafranek’s concept for an electronic ruler manages to retain the familiar look of the analog instrument while making it easier to use. Using the electronic ruler is as simple as using its analog ancestor. Press the power/reset button on the ruler and the LEDs light up, waiting for…
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