yesterday, Hackaday shared this video I quickly quashed an idea I had been thinking about for a while. I’ve always wanted to test this, even if using a less technical method, and I’m glad Ari Kardasis did it before I did. I love building electronics, but I don’t have the skills like Ari. As you can see in this video, this build required a lot of skill. I was thinking of using pressure sensitive film, but I gave up on it because it was too expensive.
For the record, I would argue that the title (and possibly message) of this video is misleading. Ali found that the pressure diverges when she goes above 45 degrees, but I don’t think anyone really believes that the pressure stops at 45 degrees for her. Just as the human hearing range isn’t 20 hZ to 20 kHz, and it’s really far from that, it’s just an easy number to remember. 45 degrees is easy to imagine, easy to remember, and as you can see in the video, it’s close enough to reality that I think it covers the stakes.
This again applies to the questions “better safe than sorry” and “does it really matter?” region. Still, it’s cool to see someone testing it!
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