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Custom Christmas Ornaments with Spherebot

Custom Christmas Ornaments with Spherebot

The Spherebot would be a great way to design some unique Christmas Tree Ornaments. Our Spherebot is made of two stepper motors and a servomotor; as mentioned, a motor serves to rotate the ball on the axis, while the second motor allows to move the marker around the circumference of the sphere.

Published: December 26th, 2013

Clap Follower Robot

Clap Follower Robot

The new Cornell University ECE 4760 projects are out! This  Clap Follower Robot will sit and wait until it hears a loud clap like sound and immediately turn and move towards it.

Published: December 19th, 2013

Bench Power Supply Feature Hack

Bench Power Supply Feature Hack

Ian Johnston hacked his CSI3003X5 Bench Power Supply to provide for a useful feature that he wanted. The stock system has a up/down push button that adjusts the max current when the power supply is in constant current mode.

Published: December 19th, 2013

Micro Current Gold Kickstarter

Micro Current Gold Kickstarter

The Current GOLD Precision Multimeter Current Adapter Kickstarter by our friend Dave Jones form the EEVBlog is in full swing. This is a big upgrade from the previous Current that Dave was selling.

Published: December 19th, 2013

Christmas Light Project made using an Arduino

Christmas Light Project made using an Arduino

In this project by Ben Harben an Arduino monitors some motion sensors which will activate as people walk by some trees on the sidewalk. The Arduino plays a tune using the Wave Shield and lights the appropriate tree using a power switch tail.

Published: December 19th, 2013

Autopilot MEMs Robot

Autopilot MEMs Robot

  When you dont want to drive your robot wouldnt it be nice to just point in a direction and have it go there? Well the issue is that every little bump and wheel drag will slowly adjust the direction so where it ends up after 50 feet will most likely not be where you intended.

Published: December 19th, 2013

Steam Punk Arm

Steam Punk Arm

If you have a Christmas costume party to go to this Steam Punk Arm by William Jakespeare might be a fun costume to build. Some silver and black paint makes some plumbing parts instantly look very steam punk.

Published: December 19th, 2013

Sydney Mini Maker Faire

Sydney Mini Maker Faire

Dave from the EEVblog checks out the Sydney Mini Maker Faire which was held at the power house museum. Quite a few 3D printers and robots driving around.

Published: December 12th, 2013

DIY Glue Gun Build

DIY Glue Gun Build

Ben Heck uses glue guns alot to put things together. They sure do a good job of quick and dirty strain relief and fixing things in place quickly. With a bit of heat from a big fat soldering iron (one that isnt used for soldering wires) you can easily release things that were previously glued together.

Published: December 12th, 2013

Reverse Engineering the iPod Nano 6 LCD

Reverse Engineering the iPod Nano 6 LCD

mikeselectricstuff gives us a one hour video describing how he goes about reverse engineering.   He was trying to see how easy it would be to use the tiny LCD displays which are normally used in the iPod Nano 6.

Published: December 12th, 2013


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