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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP07 Sep 2020 10:13 p.m. PST

… All Around the World.

"If after months spent trapped at home you're on the brink of exhausting both Spotify and Apple Music's extensive collections, Jude Pullen has designed and built a unique alternative for finding new music: an interactive globe that lets you target and stream radio stations from all over the world.

Pullen, who previously worked at companies like Dyson and Lego, created the RadioGlobe to help celebrate the tenth anniversary of the DesignSpark community, which helps bring together makers, engineers, and designers to help facilitate their creations. Starting with a cheap 20-centimeter desk globe found on Amazon, Pullen designed custom electronics and 3D printed parts and combined them with other readily available components, including rotary encoders, an LCD display, and a Raspberry Pi, to create the interactive piece that can currently locate and stream over 2,000 radio stations…."
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