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Ryan Howard geeks out! The Techno-Gurus of technology makeover show My Home 2.0 created a 2.0 Bat for the MVP slugger to try. It's got an acceleromet...
MATERIALS:34-inch baseball bat1 1/2 inch spade bit3-axis accelerometerGyroscopeMicrocontrollerWireless transmitter3-volt lithium ion batteryData visua...
Drill 8 quarter-inch holes around the bat. The LEDs will light up during your swing.
Test the circuitry on a breadboard, according to data sheets for each component. Connect them to the computer with a USB serial converter, and check t...
Take the anti-static bag and place it around the electronic components, which should shield it from any electrical noise generated throughout the swin...
Cap off the end of our bat, and seal it up with hot glue, and we're ready to swing away.
If you don't have a 2006 National League MVP on hand, present the bat to a young future MVP.
The Hack-a-Bat software is an application from guest gurus Joel Murphy and Marcus Pingel. They wrote it in the C++ programming language using the Xcod...
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Posted:Jul 14, 2008
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