IT Students Build Computer from Pumpkin

(Provided photo)

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The Clearfield County Career and Technology Center Information Technology (IT) students recently built a computer made out of a pumpkin. The students designed the pumpkin so that the computer hardware would fit and the components would not short out due to moisture or other components touching one another. The pumpkin also played music when the computer started. The pumpkin computer was fully functional. Pictured from left are Brandon Framer, Duane Visnofsky, Morgan Green and Grant Yarger.  In back, from left, are Allen Hazlett and Andrew Waugh.

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