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Msquare

(reviving this thread from the 3rd page)
Just received my shipment of AbneyPark CDs. Connection to Arduino? Well, it is Steampunk music, and whilst Steampunk is not electronic (or electric) , one sometimes hides (Arduino) electronics inside to make the attraption work. And I found the music by going the reverse of what I just wrote.

Nick Gammon

A few of these:



See if you can guess what they are. :)


That was part of an order for:



Adapter-things.
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More info:
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

Coding Badly


GoForSmoke

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See if you can guess what they are. smiley


Some kind of cable clip?
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Jack Christensen


See if you can guess what they are. :)


Clip to hold a book open?
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fungus

Looks like it clips onto a table and you pass a cable through it.
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Nick Gammon

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More info:
http://www.gammon.com.au/electronics

Nick Gammon

To be honest it is absolutely nothing to do with electronics. More like a party.

This vendor just happened to have them. :)
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Jack Christensen

For picnics, keeps the tablecloth from blowing away?
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fungus


For picnics, keeps the tablecloth from blowing away?


That was my first thought - tablecloth clips, but I assumed it had to be electrical.
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Nick Gammon

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For picnics, keeps the tablecloth from blowing away?


That was it.

I ordered the BNC adapter and was looking for other related items, and found these instead.
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SirNickity

I was thinking the hole could be driven by a servo of some sort, though I was struggling to imagine the kind of arrangement where this would be applied.

I have never heard of Steampunk music, but I am intrigued.  I really like the Myst soundtracks.  If it's anything similar, I think I found a knew genre to heart on Internet radio stations.

MichaelMeissner


I have never heard of Steampunk music, but I am intrigued.  I really like the Myst soundtracks.  If it's anything similar, I think I found a knew genre to heart on Internet radio stations.

I tend to not follow most music (except the stuff done at renaissance faires, which is mostly irish inspired), but many of my steampunk friends think Abney Park (http://www.abneypark.com/) is one of the main steampunk bands.

Paul__B





I used to use the spring metal version of those in tech drawing.

SirNickity


I tend to not follow most music (except the stuff done at renaissance faires, which is mostly irish inspired), but many of my steampunk friends think Abney Park (http://www.abneypark.com/) is one of the main steampunk bands.


I had a listen to them.  Definitely nothing like the Myst soundtrack, which honestly, I only correlated based on the website art.  (sigh -- judging music by the album cover)  Ren Faire is definitely a better description.  Interesting stuff.  Not quite my cup of tea though.

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