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Homemade analog gauge controller for PCs

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Ben writes – “I love analog gauges, toggle switches, and other retro technology, so I had to find something to do with my small collection of antique gauges. The result is my PIC-based analog gauge controller, which takes serial data and displays it on the gauge. Right now it’s displaying CPU usage from my PC.” [via] – Link.

2 thoughts on “Homemade analog gauge controller for PCs

  1. There is an awsome set of analog gauges on display in the basement of the Smithsonian American History(?) building. Some of the first Edison Electric meters, etc.

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