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As a medical assistant I do not recommend using duct tape on skin. It can cause irritation of the underlying skin and prove to be very difficult to remove without a lot of pain. If one were to consider using this method, I would suggest using cloth medical tape meant for use on skin.
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The circuit (without the need for crossed feet) could be used in a dog's or cat's tags to help recover lost pets.
I think you should take this idea to Idigogo or kickstarter when you have a prototype. This could save the life of a dementia patient. For use with dementia patients you should probably make the shoes respond to a call without needing the wearer to cross his feet first.
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Kirby, what device is that you have on the tripod? Is that your music playback device? If so, what is it?
My porch light is controlled by an LDR alone and comes on at dusk and turns off when the sun comes up. Thus, the LDR resists current flow in when light shines on it, but allows current to flow when not lighted. The poster's own video bears this out.
I'd love to try making one of these, but I can't save the PDF files anymore since Instructables decided to make this a "Pro feature". I can't sit at my desktop PC because it's not near my work bench, and I'm refuse to buy a tablet just to view Instructables. Sorry.
I'd love to try doing this, but I don't have a tablet so I can follow the instructions on-line since I can no longer download the PDF for this. I'm not buying a tablet just to view Instructables. And I don't have room to sit at my desktop computer to view the directions while I'm trying to learn to do this.
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