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Hello! I'm Bryan Cera, and I love to make weird stuff out of electronics! It is my passion. For this instructable, I'd like to take you through ...
There are two different ways one could attack this project. You could start from scratch, like I did, or you could work from the cad files I've made ...
Once I decided on what exactly the project would be, I had to make a rough plan of action. First, I needed to decide whether to attempt to build a ce...
Next I made a paper prototype of the glove. This was a proof of concept for what the glove might look like and how its mechanics would function, but ...
The next step is selecting materials and components for the phone glove. I experimented with a few different fabrication techniques for the actual str...
To create a design to be 3D-printed, I needed to use some kind of 3D-Modeling software. If you'd like to download and edit the cad files I created (...
Now that I had made virtual models of all my Glove One components, it was time to begin fabrication! There were a couple different technologies invol...
I wanted the glove to have a shiny plastic look about it (like a modern cell phone would). Right out of the printer, the plastic parts of the glove s...
I began wiring the glove by selecting the type of wire. I tested a lot of different kinds of wire, and ended up settling on headphone wire. Yes, lik...
Now the only thing left to do was attach the last few components, and mount the fingers to the base of the glove via the extension springs and micro-b...
It's alive!! Maybe if I make a gold-plated version I could try to sell it to Kanye West or something. Thanks so much for reading! I hope ...
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