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There are few gifts as synonymous with Valentine's Day as the stuffed bear (often bearing chocolates). I decided to come up with something a bit different this valentine's ...
a) Teddy Bear - The most important thing to keep in mind is that your bear should be big enough that the LED's fit reasonably well in it's ...
As I noted, I got this kit from thinkgeek (www.thinkgeek.com/geektoys/science/cca8/). It's a good kit and it was easy to modify for this project so I'm pretty happy with it. ...
I ended up extending the LEDs by using 5-6 inches of wire and soldering the LEDs to that and the wire to the circuit board. If I had to ...
Here is the finished product with a video of it in action. Cylon bear guts! :-) Note that I'm using the Radio Shack voice recorder module instead of ...
Oddly enough this was the most nerve wracking part of the project for me. I don't do fabric stuff much so I really had not clue how well this ...
I didn't get a great picture of this step because I kept fiddling with it, but basically I cut out the original eyes and cut a horizontal slit in the ...
Pretty self explanatory. The fabric glue dried nicely and even though the bear fur does get in the way a bit for closing it, for the most part ...
Another vaguely tricky part was stuffing everything back into the head without damaging any of the wiring. I also had to fish the battery pack out from the front ...
Here is where I routed the on/off and speed switches to. They work well here.
Here you have Mr Cylon Teddy Bear Mark I:
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