Telegraph Pendant

Mar 20th, 2020 | by: Camelia Ront
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So far, I haven't really been sold on the need for wearable tech. Maybe I'm just getting old, but the only wearable tech I have is an 80's calculator watch. Getting to the calculator on my phone is just too much trouble. I need my calculator ready at all times. Like the calculator watch, I was inspired by seemingly (or actually) useless wearable tech and decided the next piece of wearable tech I needed was a telegraph pendant to make those cross-office memos just a bit easier. Now, I know telegraphs typically use a wire to send their messages, but everything is wireless these days, so I thought an LED would do just fine to visually transmit messages.


The following items are not hard to come by, but are not standard, and may therefore, require small adjustments to assembly or the laser cut design. For example, I tore apart several click pens to find a spring I liked. There wasn't a single spring alike in any of the pens I opened. Therefore, you may need to spend some time finding items that fit the cut design or you could adjust the holes in the cut design to fit what you find.


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