Homemade analog gauge controller for PCs

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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. diluded000 says:

    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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