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The maker of the Netduino powered Morse code interpreter admits that it’s a completely pointless project. However, he leaned a lot about programming and problem solving during the build process, so it really isn’t so useless! I’d love to see this project at Maker Faire blinking and translating messages you sent it via a smart phone.

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Marc de Vinck

I’m currently working full time as the Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity in the Masters of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship Program at Lehigh University. I’m also an avid product designer, kit maker, author, father, tinkerer, and member of the MAKE Technical Advisory board.


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  1. Simon says:

    As someone with many apparently completely pointless projects under my belt I can say that in reality, although seemingly pointless to other people, every single one has been very worth while to me. This is actually a neat little project! It’s always good to see other people doing things just for the hell of it. So yes, not useless at all!

    1. George says:

      I agree. Nothing is pointless when you’re learning something. Just a step to the next great invention.

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