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I love the combination of fire and a pile of dry wood underneath it. Nice work! :D
I bought every electronic component for this build (exept the Li-ion batteries that I salvaged from a laptop battery) from Banggood.com. It's a chinese site, but the quality price ratio is amazing! Also, if you buy some components in bulk (like in packs of five or ten), you can get them for much cheaper.
Awesome! I like the idea of using copper wire :D
Looks great. The air bubbles actually add some nice effect to the lamp while playing with the light. Good job!
Trés joli et propre. Bon travail!
You have a good sense of humor dude!
That's a stunning job!
Wow, that SICK
The panel that I made has also two DC in jacks, to be powered with the mains power. I simply connected the negative of the jack to the negative of the strips, and the positive of the jack to the switch. The other 'leg' of the switch was then of course connected to the positive of the strips. It's as simple as that! :DYou can refer to the full build diagram, just ignore the part with the battery and the modules. You then need to use a 12V power adapter. The amperage depends of the lenght of the strip you're planning to use. (I recomment you to use one, that can output at least 2 amps). You can get purchase of these here: https://goo.gl/mL96tX ,just be sure to buy one with the plug type used in your country.PS: Here's a link for a classical old-school flashligh diagram: https://goo.gl/5shvvw
Nice! I love how compact it is
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Hmm, I'm wondering what would happen, I you would take panoramas with a 21MP camera.. that would be sick!
I love the natural look of it! Still, I would have stained it with a darker wood dye. But yours look cool too! :)
This looks sick! :D
That's an awesome idea!
Thank you! :D
You nailed it!
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Fading RGB LED (Arduino)
Thanks! In my case, because the LEDs aren't covered with plexiglass, and I'm only pulling 350 mA through the LEDs (the normal amperage is 500mA), the temperature of the LEDs stays around 26 degrees C.But if you're planning to cover your LEDs, and overpower them (please keep in mind, that this reduces their lifetime), I suggest you to make the panel under the LEDs out of aluminium or some kind of thin metal, to act as a heatsink.
Wonderful! I hope that I'll be able to do something similar in the future.
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Super clean pictures. Thumbs up from me!
Nice, voted you!
:O Great, just GREAT JOB DUDE!
Very well documented stuff. Good job!
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It must be a Li Ion battery pack, or a car battery
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Nice job. I would have used a darker stain with a shiny wax finish, but you stick look also glorious! Ohh...what did I just say......
I WANT THIS!!!!!! Nice job, voted you ;)
That's one of the cleanest instructables I've ever seen! Good job!
Many 3D printers, a scroll saw, a camera kit, a drill press, PC parts (graphics cards, be quiet heatsinks, etc), lab equipement .... uh, I feel like I'm writing a letter to Santa..
I have a Sony Xperia L, but all Sony phones should have this feature.
I'd like to judge everything related to craft and living.
My phone has even this option built into the official camera app :P
Wonderful pictures dude! :D
Thumbs up from me!
Thumbs up grom me!
Voted for you!
Another exellent instructable, good job!
Looks better than the commercial one!
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