You need 6 Origami papers, Cooper Tape, 1 CR016 Battery , 1 Transistor 2N700 NCH MOSFET, 1 LED, 1 Resistor 1k ohm and scissors

Step 1:

Put the origami paper color side down
You ought to take a picture of the finished cube in a dim room, and use that as your introduction image.
Neat! As I was scrolling down through this instructable, I was expecting just a nice origami paper cube, but this is way better. You should try using (or making your own) a diffused LED. The light would spread out a lot better. <br /> <br />Awesome job and thanks for sharing! <br /> <br />GM

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