Now you can build your own portable yellow line-- with up to a 20 foot range. Need I say more? Hint: it works inside the store.
Disclaimer: This is not an easy project. It will require knowledge of circuits, soldering, social engineering, and a tiny bit of PIC microcontroller stuff. High power is involved, and if you mess up, you might get burned, caught on fire, or arrested-- most likely all three. Always use an appropriate amperage fuse to prevent a short from becoming a much bigger problem. This project is also fairly expensive. The parts will cost about 65 bucks. Batteries with some kick will run 20-30 bucks, and a single PCB is about 60 bucks. They get a lot cheaper if you buy multiples for your friends.
We would be thrilled to sell kits, and it would certainly make the components cheaper and easier to get, but frankly, we're a little worried about the possibility of civil action. We likewise recommend that no one else sells kits commercially.
In order to remain as anonymous as possible, we have utilized Tor. Tor is a network anonymizer which sends packets through a convoluted network to its destination in order to avoid tracing. We aren't lawyers, and who knows what lawyers are capable of these days, especially with things like the DMCA and recent controversy over data retention requirements likely to be instituted in the EU.
With the warnings out of the way... In the wise words of Norm Abram, "Be sure to read, understand, and follow all the safety rules that come with your power tools. Knowing how to use your power tools properly will greatly reduce the risk of personal injury. And remember this: there is no more important safety rule than to wear these-- safety glasses. Let's get started on today's project."
Step 1: Background
The picture below is of the GS2 wheel, found only at your finer supermarkets.