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Redditor Creates a Simulated Mission Control from Scrap Electronics for His Son’s Fifth Birthday

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Dec 29, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Morgana Matus last modified Dec 28, 2012


There are some dads who are content to construct forts and treehouses out of cardboard and plywood and then there are others that take their projects and imaginations into orbit. Redditor and leading contender for the Father of the Year Award, Jeremiah Gorman built his son Finn a simulated spaceship with parts taken from a [...]




 

 

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There are some dads who are content to construct forts and treehouses out of cardboard and plywood and then there are others that take their projects and imaginations into orbit. Redditor and leading contender for the Father of the Year Award, Jeremiah Gorman built his son Finn a simulated spaceship with parts taken from a television station dumpster. Fabricated in honor of his boy’s fifth birthday, the project was outfitted with a master control board mounted underneath a lofted bed, various electronic parts, and enough dials and switches to keep a kid of any age busy for hours.

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