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Tworse Key - Twitter Telegraph

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Uploaded on Jan 27, 2012

An open design exercise in interface archaeology, that decodes the input from a classic Morse telegraph to send twitter messages. The source code and hardware schematics are available online http://modin.yuri.at/tworsekey/

The Tworse Key is a standalone device that connects through a standard LAN cable, the Morse signals are decoded by the built-in Arduino Ethernet board, which delivers the final message though the Twitter API. Please follow @tworsekey on Twitter to read some example tweets sent from the actual device.

(cc-by-sa) Martin Kaltenbrunner, Interface Culture Lab, Kunstuniversität Linz

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