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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=686720002 Jah L. Washington

    demystifying the greatest ripoff of the modern consumer sensor. excellent.  I mean analog bend sensors only cost 5 bucks a pop in the mid 90s from whichever electronics supplier.  what’s with this $30 average for something so simple and cheaply constructable.  may the force sensitive flute projects commence!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=686720002 Jah L. Washington

    demystifying the greatest ripoff of the modern consumer sensor. excellent.  I mean analog bend sensors only cost 5 bucks a pop in the mid 90s from whichever electronics supplier.  what’s with this $30 average for something so simple and cheaply constructable.  may the force sensitive flute projects commence!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=686720002 Jah L. Washington

    demystifying the greatest ripoff of the modern consumer sensor. excellent.  I mean analog bend sensors only cost 5 bucks a pop in the mid 90s from whichever electronics supplier.  what’s with this $30 average for something so simple and cheaply constructable.  may the force sensitive flute projects commence!

  • http://twitter.com/restifo Christian Restifo

    Interesting, but how do they measure midi-chlorians?

    • Anonymous

      Bugger.  Beat by 6 minutes.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mmmcmeans Michael Morrow McMeans

    Magnets, How Do They Work?