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DESIGN West Fun Guide: From Propeller Beanies to Arduino

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4/15/2013 04:15 PM EDT
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trevorspacey   8/6/2014 11:25:29 AM
There are a lot of such products on the market but none of them has incorporated a wireless system. Every kid would like to have a mesh propeller beanie hat and take it with him at one of the recreational centers at to show it to other kids.

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