Matthew Eargle comes up with a lot of interesting and innovative content. For example, I like Episode 370: Raspberry Pi NOAA Satellite Receiver which speaks to the nerd in me. I also like Clem's content…
I personally thought Episode 357: Raspberry Pi Asteroid Tracker was pretty interesting.
I really liked Episode 353: Program Your Own FPGA Video Game . It was great to see an FPGA project that was difficult enough to be interesting but easy enough to be understandable by a programmable logic…
As David said, so many to choose from! I’d put.https://www.element14.com/community/docs/DOC-91312/l/episode-370-raspberry-pi-noaa-satellite-receiver?ICID=e14presents-ProjectVid-archivedoc up there as the one I’d watch again now, but tomorrow night It would probably be different!
I liked Episode 360: Make Your Own Raspberry Pi Cell Phone , but there are many to choose from.
While its a good job of the Mystic Seer from the Twilight Zone. I don't know what was his problem with the coin acceptor. All he would have needed was the slot and a coin drop then a microswitch fins I think he overthought it. Ezy Pezy.
BTW at the end, he said it was the scariest thing on TV at the time. Nah, try "The Outer Limits" on for size. One of the first shows was "The Sixth Finger" with David Macullum (Man From UNCLE) it ended with these prophetic lines: An experiment too soon, too swift. And yet may we not still hope to discover a method by which within one generation, the whole human race could be rendered intelligent, beyond hatred, or revenge, or the desire for power? Is that not, after all, the ultimate goal of evolution?