I meet Lori Stotko and Stuart Nafey http://lightdoodles.com/ at this years Makers Faire Auditions.
They had these cool Light pens they had made to doodle with.
I decided to make some when I got home, and remembered the old Sun three buttoned mouse I had saved in my parts bin .

Step 1: Sun mouse

Here is the mouse, I had removed the cable years back for so other project.
Other &quot;Doodlers&quot; <br>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGEPRfT5LSM <br>
Canon rebel....any, on Craig's List
any one know where I can get a good SLR camera for really cheap? Im tired of using my current one that only allows me to do 15 seconds and i I have no remote for it :/
Very creative use of materials. nice instructable!
I made this so the leds plug in to a small socket , and I can change them out for other colors, RGB seemed the nice starting point1
sweet, i think this calls for a trip to r-shack!
What a perfect use of that mouse, i absolutly love this! Perfect Job!
I hate to throw out anything.... Just ask my wife Laurie. Thank you. KentKB
Cool! Nice instreuctable!
It was fun to figure out. KentKB
Neat! I love light doodling.
Fun stuff huh? KentKB
that looks like an optical mouse from the 80s.. weird
It Is! Thanx, kentkb
Oh yes, and that mouse goes nice with a dual core 64bit machine from the same time ;) That's Sun Microsystem's old standards. They were "ahead". There were some limitations though. The mouse reguires a special dotted mousepad :S
Elf, That right! I remember the dotted mouse pad.... Thank you, Kent KB
I used to have a 350Mhz sparkstation I think it was called.. Turned out one of the slot plates had fallen off inside it and short circuited the main board, frying just about all the components :( It was obsolete when I got it, but I'd still have loved to play with it... Something cool about running a 64bit system from "back then" :P
Yeah, I think this was a mouse from the mid 80's we had at the Opera, maybe a Spark 10? Kent KB
Done very neatly, great job. Light doodling rules. +1 rating and vote. (added to favorites)
Thank you! You are very kind. kentkb
but how do i take the picture?
O4P I made a switch for my digital camera that allows me to hold the shutter open (Bulb) see step 10.... Thank you for the comment. kentkb

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Bio: Kentkb aka Kent K. Barnes. Husband , Father and Grandfather. Tinkerer and Maker . Life long curiosity in how things work. Tech bon vivant. Favorite toy as ... More »
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