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London Underground’s Tube Map Replicated On AM/FM Radio PCB [Video]

Question asked by Ankita Katdare in #Coffee Room on Sep 15, 2012
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare · Sep 15, 2012
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Here's one Japanese designer who would make all the electronics engineers here say, 'Awesome!'. The designer Yuri Suzuki has hand-built a working AM/FM radio printed circuit board (PCB) that replicates the London Underground’s famous Tube map. And it is such an exact replica of the subway layout that you can even find the names of the different stations. This work of electronics art was created by him as a part of a residence exhibit at the London Design Museum, Suzuki was inspired in a couple of ways to create his PCB version of the map.

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This PCB works on a nine-volt battery and the best part is that the radio is actually functional. You should go ahead and watch this video right away -

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Via: Geek Posted in: #Coffee Room

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