2019-11-28 (Th) Hackaday Summary

In Case You Cannot Make it to an Escape Room
I have mentioned the cool folks I met in Reno. One of them was a prolific hacker/maker, and I told him that the next time he made something cool, he should drop me an email. He wrote and showed his "Escape room in a box," and that was enough to hook me, then I saw what he built, and I was happy to write about it.

His game was not the first time someone built a "disarm the bomb" puzzle, but it was the first time I had seen a homemade one that looked so sexy. It could have fallen out of a classic Bond movie with all the switches, knobs, and costume severed hand on a handcuff.

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