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March 13, 2010

Name the Thing Contest – 123

at 3:16 pm. Filed under Contests

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Thanks to ioBridge for sponsoring the contest this week. They will be providing a serial LED to the contest winner, this product can be found on their online store. Nice thing about this serial LCD is that it can be connected to any of your microcontroller projects in addition to their popular IO-204 Monitor & Control Modules.

“This 16×2 serial LCD display plugs directly into an I/O channel and can be controlled from an ioBridge serial output widget or any other serial device.

  • Adjustable backlight and contrast
  • 16×2 characters
  • Scrolling messages up to 100 characters
  • Configurable backlight timer
  • Built in vertical and horizontal gauge
  • Control LCD by ioBridge widgets, javascript, or serial devices”

This contest will run for one week (March 13, 2010 – March 19, 2010) . Ending time is based on central standard time. To enter, identify the item pictured above and give an example of what can be done with it.

Please do not give the answer in the comments.

 

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Send an email to contest @ hackedgadgets.com with “Name the Thing Contest” as the subject, and the message body consisting of:

  • The name of the item in the above picture
  • An example of what the item pictured above can be used for

The winner will be chosen at random from all of the correct entries.

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Added Mar 27, 2010

The item to guess was a AAAA Cells From inside a 9 Volt Battery

The winner is Laurence W. (there were 316 entries)

Wow, we had lots of entries for this one!

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Below is a pictures of the prize.


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10 Responses to “Name the Thing Contest – 123”

  1. ioBridge News and Projects» ioBridge Serial LCD Giveaway at HackedGadgets.com Says:

    [...] All you have to do to get a free ioBridge Serial LCD is to “Name the Thing” over at Hacked Gadgets. [...]

  2. Shadyman Says:

    Woo! I’ve got it! And I can totally use this prize. :D

    /me ponders a Quahogcon LCD-enabled Badge…

  3. John Berube Says:

    ya this time I relay like the prize!

  4. Fry-kun Says:

    Wow so easy this week :3
    And the prize is awesome too!

  5. Leonard Legg Says:

    Yea it would seem easy but with so many people saying it is easy one would think you would have to be very specific about your answer, and then be the one drawn from the correct answers, that is if you get it right. And with people saying that it is relay easy makes one wonder?

  6. Mike Says:

    This one is easy; you can find the source of the picture without too much work…

  7. Derek Says:

    I was just wondering, I see this contest all the time, but I never see a list of winners. Is there such a list?

  8. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hi Derek,

    There is a comment left when the winner is announced and section is added into the contest body letting everyone know what the item was (when it is the name the thing style contest) and who won it. The winners are selected once or twice a month, early this week the winners for the last 3 contests will be determined and posted.

    Thanks for playing!

  9. Alan Parekh Says:

    Winner posted. Wow there were lots of entries!

  10. Guess what this isn’t Contest - 7 - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    [...] to ioBridge for sponsoring another one of our contests, the last one they sponsored was lots of fun. This time they will be providing an IO-204 Monitor and Control Module to the contest winner, this [...]

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