From Waterloo Labs, "DIY projects deep in the heart of Texas." This video's relevance to Shareable.net's editorial mission is debatable, but there are several shareable things I love about it: 1) the obvious joy these guys take in collaboration; 2) the subversive way they hack the car, an iPhone, and numerous other devices to make unrelated machines talk to each other; and 3) their use of YouTube to spread the word and encourage other people to "try this at home." Bottom line: This is kewl.
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