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blackboard control hacks device
Named collection: MIT Hacks Collection
Object type: hack
Maker: Measurements: 3/4 in x 8 in x 3 in; 6 in x 4 in
Nomenclature: ceremonial artifacts
Classification: societal artifacts
Electronics on breadboard with alligator clips. Text of card reads: "June 3 1987 // This device allowed Clive Bolton '82 to control one of the center black boards in 10-250 by radio control (C.B. Channel 14). It was installed behind the button panel that a lecturer would use to move the boards. Bob Baldwin".