The benefits of this are that you don't get your hand oils over the fish food, and it's super easy to push a single button every morning.
Step 1: Gather Materials
1 - Littlebits timeout
1 - Littlebits DC motor
1 - Littlebits motor mate
3 - *optional* Littlebits wires
1 - Littlebits power and cable
1 - 9v battery
1 - Round cardboard tube or round metal object (soda can).
In this Instructable an oatmeal container is being used
1 - piece of tin foil
1 - X-Acto knife or box cutter
Step 2: Cut Tube
Step 3: Cut Center Hole
*Note* don't cut the hole too big. Make sure to measure first.
Step 4: Mount Motor Mate and Motor
Mount the Littlebits DC motor to the Motor mate.
Step 5: Cut Scooper
Step 6: Feed Feeder and Cover
*Note* don't put too much in.
Cover the open end in plastic wrap or tin foil.
Wrap rubber band around tube to stop food from spilling out.
Step 7: Assemble Littlebits
Battery to Blue power bit
*optional* two Orange wire bits connected in line
Pink push button
Pink timeout (adjust timer so motor completes one full rotation, about 1.25 turns for me)
*optional* Orange wire
Green DC motor