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Easily Distracted Genius Hacks His Soldering Iron To Play Tetris

Video. The TS100 is an open-source, precision soldering iron that includes the ability to program its temperature. In service of that, the device uses a tiny OLED screen, which allowed YouTube's Joric to hack the device and make playing Tetris another one of the tool's many features. More »      
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