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Make a Wall Mount for Your Bench Grinder!
How to Stretch Images Through Time With Space-time Camera and Processing
Cool idea! I did recently pick up a couple of these dancing cat animatronic speakers to play around with. Just waiting for a free afternoon to tinker with them. http://amzn.to/2pMw2ln
How to Make a Produce Slicing Shotgun Barrel for Air Cannons
The code's still good, as far as I know. No updates from me. I did eventually add a second Arduino to animate the head/tail flapping and I need to post the guide and code for that when I have some time. Good luck!
Cardboard Marble Labyrinth
Touch Screen Smart Coffee Table Tablet
Spooky Whispering Prank
Acrylic & Wooden Chandeliers
Custom Tool Wall
Arduino GRANDE the Huge Microcontroller
Thank you Mark, for pointing out my ignorance in the nicest way. It would be cool if there were a way to mesh multiple units to act as a single system, like Sonos does.
For anyone wondering where to get that white drop-in case for the Pi Drive, WD Labs has it on their site now: http://wdlabs.wd.com/products/enclosure-node-zero/
Mechanical Moving Map for Bikes
How to Make Makeblock XY Plotter V2.0
Absolutely. The longer I've been troubleshooting how to store my music and photo and video collections, the more I come to believe the best solution is "all of the above". That said, I've also seen Google and others shutdown services or change terms on a whim. By locally hosting your own mini music server, you're future-proofing a little I think.
Right? I suddenly realized that I don't really have any devices with storage to spare. I'm constantly managing space on my Macbook Air and my iPhone -- so music is the first to go. I use Spotify, but there's still stuff I can't get there and my old collection is just so familiar. It's nice to have it back.
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Lap Slide Guitar Skate Board
I remember this from the AiR show at P9! Amazing work. Do you have a link to a particular solenoid you'd recommend?
Laser-powered Light Saber
The Chaos Machine (Double Pendulum)
Paracord and Pulley Hanging Table
Making a Fully Welded Geodesic Sphere
Pi Outdoor Timelapse Server
How to Pick the Best Soldering Iron
Reactive LED Pendant
Makedo Dinosaur Costume From a Sun Basket Box
Photon Drawing Robot (HTML Canvas)
Remote control school bell
Restoring Old Fire Alarm Bell
Portable Makerspace Supply Cart
Mad Scientist Extension Cord
DIY Life-Sized Cardboard Cutout
WiFi Weather Display with ESP8266
3D Printed Digital Night Vision (The OpenScope)
A Ttiny Swarm
Giant Straw Tetrahedron Cluster
Data Clock (Cloud + Amazon Echo + LED's = Artistic Data!)
I've never been so envious of a remote control. Beautiful work, David!
Wood TV Remote
Beautifully done! Can you drop in a link on where to pick up those awesome dial plates? A link for those knobs would be great too. Thanks!
Wood and Metal NASA Sign
Joinery: Joints for Laser Cut Assemblies
LED RGB Light Painting Light Spinner
Azurophone - A marvelous Steampunk Bluetooth Speaker
The Soda Locker - Vending Machine
Turn Down Electrical Toy Volume
Transform an image into a dowel rod sculpture
Nicely done! Great to see another Billy Bass benefit from my Instructable. I appreciate the credit. If anyone's curious to see what the animated mouth movement looks like, here's a video: https://youtu.be/-KHc9k5s5yU
The Stressed Art Student
Make a Massironi shelf
I love this design! Bristlebots are fun, but there's always the built-in disappointment of the coin cell inevitably dying and being impossible to extract. The charging idea solves this and the light-sensing gives it more of a purpose. Great work.
Light sensing bristlebot
Millennium Falcon Tricycle With Chewbacca Teddy and Han Solo Costume
This is an amazing project! I'm curious to know more about the 3D printed hubs you designed. Is there an STL file for the hubs that you can share?
Folding Geodesic Dome
Interactive Geodesic LED Dome
Dot² - An Interactive Coffee Table
Upgrading Smart RGB LEDs: WS2812B vs. WS2812
LED Fairy Light Globes
Solar Panel Charging Tool Roll
I like it. I'm looking into more motor sketches that integrate the (millis) function for timing things without introducing delay that would effect the mouth movement. There's a lot out there to wrap your head around (no pun intended) but I prefer that to there being no info.
After appealing to the Reddit Arduino forum, one lovely sole named Hello_Mouse gave me a few ideas to streamline the code and possibly get the tail moving without compromising the mouth movement. You can read the thread here (https://www.reddit.com/r/arduino/comments/5heyq7/n..., but the gist is that perhaps I'm wasting time by ramping the motors up and down instead of just driving them at a single defined speed. As for the tail, I'm told to investigate the "Blink without Delay" example, found here (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/BlinkWithoutDel... and explained here (https://www.baldengineer.com/blink-without-delay-e.... I did some playing around with it and I'm optimistic, but it will take some time for me to figure out how to swap out the LED example given for a motor f...see more »After appealing to the Reddit Arduino forum, one lovely sole named Hello_Mouse gave me a few ideas to streamline the code and possibly get the tail moving without compromising the mouth movement. You can read the thread here (https://www.reddit.com/r/arduino/comments/5heyq7/n..., but the gist is that perhaps I'm wasting time by ramping the motors up and down instead of just driving them at a single defined speed. As for the tail, I'm told to investigate the "Blink without Delay" example, found here (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/BlinkWithoutDel... and explained here (https://www.baldengineer.com/blink-without-delay-e.... I did some playing around with it and I'm optimistic, but it will take some time for me to figure out how to swap out the LED example given for a motor function. Seems possible, though.That's it. Just wanted to give you all an update. I'm also exploring a way to simply drive both motors separately using two Arduinos and two inexpensive DC motor shields from Pololu.
Hacking Drills- Cheap/Powerful Gearmotors for Robotic Applications
Hack a Drill - Powerful Gearmotor!
Skeletons Climbing your House's Walls
Pepper's Ghost Illusion in a Small Space
Homemake Wooden GoKart 2.0
Make a Racing Powerwheels Jeep
Power Wheels Mods - Master Kill Switch and Charging
Spray Paint Shaker
Simple, Cheap Motor Controller
CD Terminator 1.0 - a Machine Made to Send Old Disks Off With a BANG !
Robotic Bartender - Arduino Based
Wooden enclosures for light works
Kinetic light work with servo-controlled laser modules
(3D Printed) Block Print Generator
Bent Plywood Night Stands
3D Printed Interplanetary Rocket
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Interactive Spacelady Mural
Makerspace Workbench on Wheels
AT-ATrinket - a Star Wars Trinket Box
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