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Dress up like a survivor of a dystopian apocalypse, then throw the chips at Google employees as they leave work, screaming "you should have warned us!"
It is a shame considering the value when new....I tried to experiment with the "newer" ones in the 2 - 8mb range per single chip on the module but gave up on it.To utilize them as they are you need a suitable controller, and I have not found one that can be used the easy way without a whole motherboard around it.Even just using the memory chips itself is hard as it requires the proper equippment to get them off and handle them - very sensitive to static electricity.
The idea of Kjsrocks is not bad considering the alternatives.Maybe use them as armour plates on a custom robot, to build a doll house or after removing the chips to use them as dividers in a storage box....
I never thaught of using them as armor plates!
Those would look so cool on a robot
Make some art!
Make a server.
+1 Some Art could be cool !
Might be fun to hack into one, but what would you really use it for? you can buy the same capacity in a small IC like this for $2
If you think quick, the Crafts contest in still open !
Years ago we used to pop covers off of DRAM chips and create a neat motion camera by decoding the individual mem locations to pixels on a screen and set a command to adjust the trip point so that there was 50% black / white pixels and watch out our window 24hrs day / night amazing imaging.
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Posted:May 20, 2015
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