Introduction: My Circuit Bent Atari Punk Console

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Here's my Atari Punk Console. I built it a couple of years ago, circuit bending it every once in a while. It started out as a really small standard, un-modded APC in a 4x2x1in plastic project enclosure. I've modded/circuit bent it so much since then, now it needs a roughly 7x5x3in enclosure. I've included pictures of all it's features and a video demonstration. - In case you didn't know, an Atari Punk Console (APC) is basically a DIY electronic noise maker. Credits go to Forrest M. Mims III (original circuit creator), and the Maker Shed (http://www.makershed.com ) for the particular kit I used. Want to make one yourself? Try this kit. http://www.makershed.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=MKJR2 Radioshack sells nice project enclosures for things like this. If you make one, I highly suggest circuit bending it, because it makes it a lot more fun to play with. Here's a short video on circuit bending. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mY1FBXTi3zg

Here's a demonstration of what it can do-
 

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powerman666 (author)2012-08-12

looks sorta steampunk.

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