Giant IC Kits

In 1971, Hans Camenzid created the 555 timer, likely the most popular integrated circuit ever designed. More than a billion variants are still produced every year.

In 2014, Eric Schlaepfer and Evil Mad Scientists Laboratories created a giant, working version of the chip using just 26 transistors and 16 resistors.

They quickly followed it with a giant, working version of Dave Fullagar’s incredibly popular 1968 chip, the 741 opamp.

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