Wuzthis 04

You can find the rules for the Wuzthis contest(s) here.

I think this is TO DIFFICULT!!

One and a half day and noone even tried!!

I think you beat us this time…

Originally posted by Namoh
[B]I think this is TO DIFFICULT!!

One and a half day and noone even tried!!

I think you beat us this time… [/B]

I’ll give you a cryptic hint : “It’s futile” :bigsmile:

Its seemingly attached to a wall. Looks like a projection screen or part of one anyway.

Why are all the pictures for whuzthis so blurry. There is no point in maing them harder to identify by giving out such crappy resolution, I think taking them in parts and pieces is good enough.

Originally posted by xtacydima
[B]Its seemingly attached to a wall. Looks like a projection screen or part of one anyway.

Why are all the pictures for whuzthis so blurry. There is no point in maing them harder to identify by giving out such crappy resolution, I think taking them in parts and pieces is good enough. [/B]

If it wasn’t blurry , it would be easy for somebody with a little electronics background. Same goes for all other wuzthis’es. (Well , the blurry part then :slight_smile: )
Besides , it’s a crappy camera.

But , take a look at the hint , it’s not that hard to guess WHAT it is. And it’s not attached to a wall , it’s placed on a table.

Adjustable resistance?/gs.

Originally posted by gene_simmons
Adjustable resistance?/gs.

not adjustable and not resistance

a condensator??

Originally posted by damiandimitri
a condensator??

nononno , Gene was very very very close :slight_smile:

A coil?/gs.

An isolator?/gs.

(sigh)

It’s a resistor , but what kind of one ?

Is it a resistor (82 ohms to be precise)?/gs.

Originally posted by gene_simmons
A thredcoiled resistance to mount in a chassie?/gs.

Nope. It’s manufactured in this way to handle a very very high …

QUOTE]It’s a resistor , but what kind of one ?[/QUOTE]

a round one??

:bigsmile: :bigsmile:

/me moves away in disgust about the lack of basic electronics skills.

You’ll never guess it anymore so here you go

It’s a resistor (82 ohms to be precise) that can cope high currents. (About 30 Amps).

If you ever have the time , put a crowbar both on the + and - of your car battery. You’d be surprised how big an explosion can be of a 12 Volt , 30 Amps battery :bigsmile: :bigsmile:

I’ll try and make Wuzthis 05 easier for you people :slight_smile:

he

don’t ignore my answer
lol

i was right

it was round

Wuzthis 05 online , so i’m closing this one.

I hope someone can make Wuzthis 06. I’m running out of ideas :bigsmile: