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This looks interesting, can you translate to English?
Yes Brilliant, I’ll be making this ASAP. You are only using the plastic housing from the switch, and if the sonoff is UL approved, you would probably have a pretty good case with the insurance. The chances are though if you had a fire it would be from an electrical short caused by the user, not sure if insurance covers that or not. So I don’t have to reinvent the wheel or get the wrong size, please put in a link to your switch or at least the dimensions
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Would you be willing to do one for the Ryobi lithium 18v batteries.
Great Instructable and well written. I was wonder g though, why didn’t you just use a video camera or even a phone camera and video motion detect software? Would this not work?
Excellent design, and instructable, you even anticipated that others would want your great music selection.
This is a great project, may I suggest an attached tent or screen room to the back to give you more livable space to move around in and still be sheltered.
What do you do for a living, awesome home or workspace in your video?
do you know what the accuracy of this system is. I want to build a motorized lawnmower and am trying to figure out a way to automate it.
Yeah I’ve had the same problem with text on 1080p televisions, laptops put out 1080p, but the screen resolution is higher and optimized for text. I know you could get a different lens for the projector for shorter throw, but I don’t think that would solve the resolution problem. I wonder how the expensive 4K projectors do? What was wrong with the laser projector?
which projector did you use, do you have any problem reading fine print from the computer or eye strain with it and what is the bulb life?
I still wonder at the magic of led lights and how we take them for granted. They are science fiction from my childhood. There is a company that takes an led light and powers it with a gravity generator that works with a bag of rocks so that people living in extreme poverty can have light and eliminate dangerous kerosene lanterns. I wish I was 10 years old now so I could see what wonders the next 50 years will bring. I do hope we figure out how to bring food, water, sanitation, basic medical needs and electricity to the poorest of the poor.
wow, I learned so much just from watching your video. Your skills are awesome. Please post more vids about any and every little thing you make.
how much trial and error was involved in getting the artwork the right size?
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Anthony I remember that article also. As I recall, it had fantastic acceleration but was a bit noisy. If you find the article I like to see it also. Hclann@hotmail.com
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well my grandma made the best bone steaks in the world. She got the pan hot enough this he oil was just beginning to smoke and then added the steak to sear it at high heat. Didn't flip it until the blood rose to the top, then spent the same amount of time cooking the previous side that was up, and you are done. Perfect medium rare with all the juices inside.
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you sir are a genius
you look stunning in that dress.
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