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Thanks, Deluges. :)
This is exactly what I needed to encourage me to keep going with a shadow box idea. I'll keep you posted. :) (voted!)
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Nice, JimRD. I'm guessing you got more out of the experience than if it had worked as advertised. :)
Les, I printed and assembled your pdf. It all lines up perfectly. :) Thanks again!
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I like how you shared your process and even the mistakes, RawPain. :) The final result looks really cool.
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WOW! Thanks Lee! That looks so cool. :) I really appreciate you sharing your graphic design skills this way. The reasons I made this... 1) Looking up resistors on random online charts is a hassle. I wanted a low tech, portable method that I could use in my kitchen or with kids during workshops. 2) Drafting and coloring this by hand is an engaging way to brush up on geometry, following instructions, and introduce resistors. For me it was an exercise in writing directions others could follow. 4) I like making color wheels for various purposes. ;) Here's a paint mixing color wheel Jack and I made last summer: https://www.instagram.com/p/BI3dbNnAEb0
Works as expected. -Greg
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My flex sensor's range is 0 to 1010 with a 680 ohm resistor. :)
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This was a fun project. For this step I used Heat n Bond hem tape. - Jude
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Mine is pink. -Jude
Here's a video of our circuit: https://www.instagram.com/p/BPQ0Mxfl0x3
We hope you can see this animated GIF High5. :)
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We used E6000 to glue the knots.
We had fun making these soft switches. :)
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We didn't have a 3v button cell, so we used 3 AA batteries. We measured the voltage with our multimeter as 4.7v, so we ended up needing a 150 Ohm resistor for our 5mm red LED.-GregAndJude
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This is SO COOL! I'm gonna make one for sure. :)
Great work, SyntaxHack! :)
Hi, SyntaxHack! I was a n00b when I first tried this, and I learned a lot since then! Oh, and now littleBits sells their bitSnaps, which means no more jumper wires! :) OK... V is +, S is Signal, G is - ... Post a pic in the comments of the bit you made last year! I'd love to see it. :)
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