Missing that World War II intrigue in your life? Instructable user sketchsk3tch has step by step instructions for turning a keyboard-sporting kids' toy into an Arduino Enigma Machine, capable of encrypting and decrypting the coded messages sent by Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Toys these days. [Instructables via Geekosystem]
Turn Your Kid's Toy Into A WWII Enigma Machine
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