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Uwe Hermann

  • Jeremy Blum - Channel

    • 108 videos
    I'm an Electrical Engineer developing open-source hacks, building robot armies, blogging + vlogging, and promoting sustainability and entrepreneurship. My videos aim to educate people about the world
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    91,915
  • mjlorton - Channel

    • 526 videos
    Play, discover, learn and enjoy!
    A channel for anyone interested in solar power, electronic measurement equipment, multimeters and other bits and bobs!
    Loads of projects, reviews, tutorials, how to's,
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    105,319
  • CNLohr - Channel

    • 122 videos
    Science is my verb. Christ is my light.
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    9,116
  • HACKADAY - Channel

    • 395 videos
    hacking everything
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    60,785
  • Adafruit Industries - Channel

    • 1,395 videos
    Adafruit was founded in 2005 by MIT engineer, Limor "Ladyada" Fried. Her goal was to create the best place online for learning electronics and making the best designed products for makers of all ages
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    100,981
  • Connor Wolf - Channel

    • 77 videos
    Electronics teardowns and EE-related waffling,


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    If you want to see something torn down, I have a PO Box:
    Connor Wolf
    3345 State St #31082
    Santa Barbar
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    5,349
  • Jeri Ellsworth - Channel

    • 403 videos
    Jeri Ellsworth documents her amateur science experiments.
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    60,321
  • w2aew - Channel

    • 195 videos
    Mostly videos on hobby electronics, test & measurement, ham radio, and other stuff. The site is mainly geared towards the hobbyist. Be sure to let me know if there's a similar topic that you'd like t
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    27,809
  • mikeselectricstuff - Channel

    • 170 videos
    Video department of www.electricstuff.co.uk

    If you want to contact me do it via the website above, not Youtube messaging
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    39,968
  • The Signal Path Blog - Channel

    • 59 videos
    The Signal Path - An electrical engineering video blog for students, hobbyist and hackers.
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    21,002
  • World Cup 2010 Germany vs. England, 4:1, Last Seconds - Duration: 1:14.

    • 4 years ago
    • 36,534 views
    Public viewing at the airport in Munich.

    World Cup 2010 Germany vs. England. Result: 4:1
  • Yes, all chips have survived the procedure so far.

    Coreboot hacking: How to solder a PLCC socket on your board - Duration: 5:37.

    • 5 years ago
    • 28,770 views
    This video shows how you can desolder a soldered-on PLCC BIOS ROM chip from your board, and then solder on a PLCC socket (SMD type) instead.

    This is useful for recovering from a failed BIOS upgrad...
  • Dancing omnidirectional robot base @ TUM - Duration: 0:50.

    • 6 years ago
    • 3,133 views
    This is a small music video of a "dancing" omnidirectional robot base at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), at the "Image Understanding and Knowledge-Based Systems" computer science chair (h...
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