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DIYer constructs Ultrasonic Batgoggles, doles out instructions

Darren Murph
05.29.08
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To be exceptionally honest with you, Ultrasonic Batgoggles don't exactly need any pimping from us. What you see above is a homegrown device that enables humans to discover how bats must feel when using echolocation in order to judge how far away certain objects are. The main components are an Arduino microcontroller clone, Devantech ultrasonic sensor and a set of welding goggles -- oh, and a sick poker face to really round things out. Check out the links below to get a gist of the background as well as a step-by-step guide to concocting your own.

Read - Ultrasonic Batgoggles project page
Read - Ultrasonic Batgoggles How-to guide

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