Feast your eyes on the M.U.S.E.: the Most Unusual Sentence Extractor. Featuring a glorious 3D-printed body inspired by the Olympia Traveller de Luxe typewriter, this device was built by Brendan Charles in the hope that it would drive him to write more. It features a custom PCB for the keyboard, a 10-inch LCD screen, and a Raspberry Pi at its heart. It’s also simultaneously an ideal tool for writing documents to the cloud, as well as being the most 1960s object we’ve ever seen. Do you want to know more? We’ll be looking in depth at the process Brendan went through to create this machine in next month's HackSpace magazine, so tune in then.
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