Soldering Iron Is Hacked To Play Tetris
You know how it is, when you are soldering away and suddenly you realize that you want to play Tetris on your soldering iron. I’m sure we have all had that thought while soldering. I know, me either, but this genius’ mind obviously is wired different than ours. The TS100 is an open-source soldering iron that has the ability to program its temperature. So the device uses a tiny OLED screen, and this is what allowed YouTuber Joric to hack the device and play Tetris on it. Now it is a great distraction for when you should be soldering.
Obviously, this is never going to replace your Game Boy. It is simply the kind of hack that you do just to see if it can be done, and because, why not? Check out the minute-and-a-half demo video below. It’s worth it for the music alone. I had no idea that there was a Tetris song with lyrics. It’s a pretty cool song. So what’s next for this open source soldering iron? I have no idea, but I’m hoping that Skyrim is not out of the question at some point. I won’t hold my breath on that one though. Super Mario maybe?