Peek inside the world of integrated circuits with a microscope, look at large scale models and enlarged photos to learn what is actually inside chips and how they work.
Lenore Edman is a co-founder of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories and likes to play at the intersections of food, electronics, papercraft, engineering and art.
Windell Oskay is the co-founder of Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories, and co-author of The Annotated Build-It-Yourself Science Laboratory. He holds a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Texas at Austin.
Eric Schlaepfer is the designer of the dis-integrated “Three Fives” 555 timer and XL741 electronics kits. He has also built tabletop replicas of vintage vector arcade games, CRT clocks, and nixie tube clocks.
Ken Shirriff is interested in computer history and reverse engineering old chips. He is currently restoring a Xerox Alto and has attempted bitcoin mining on an IBM 1401 punch card mainframe.
John is into IC reverse engineering and nuclear technology and helps run the Mountain View Reverse Engineering Meetup.
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