Fun & Games Technology
Lego Minifig Volt and Ohm Meter

This Lego meter uses a microcontroller inside the case to check resistors and batteries. A PC running a .NET application displays the value and uses text to speech to say the number aloud. [Via Dangerous Prototypes]

77 thoughts on “Lego Minifig Volt and Ohm Meter

  1. When I first saw the title of this post, my first thought was that someone had stuffed a meter into the guts of one of those giant minifig flashlights.

    My second thought was regretting that I hadn’t thought of it first.

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