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That's so cute! And the CircuitPlayground board is my new favorite toy. Great project!
Great Instructable as always. Love every one of your posts here and your other projects as well. Thanks for sharing with us.
Oh ho ho, this is so much better than just triggering an LED with a distance sensor. Kids will love this!
Wow, your great Instructable made me believe that even I could make a metal bracelet. Thanks.
That's about the prettiest hive I've ever seen. Great instructions too
Wow, neat. This would be a great "bridge" project to for the kids in our local maker group. Great project and docs. Thanks for sharing
Great design! And thanks for sharing "the process" with us.
Beautiful effect and nice design. Thanks for sharing!
Very cool! Junkyard engineering at it's best
Cute! I've saved some of these bubbles, but never could come up with a project for them. This is great, thanks!
Wow, really useful. And better yet, I think I understood it... thanks!
Nice design and docs! I can use this in a project. Thanks for sharing
That's gorgeous! It's hard (for me at least) to be subtle using LEDs, but your design is understated while being very eye-catching. Great job!
Really cute design and nice discussion of the clever, yet simple electrical hookup. I'm trying to find an attractive way to incorporate pre-made battery holders, but they always turn out too bulky so far. Also, thanks for showing how you cut the filigree. I feel guilty doing that, but now I feel all legit. Thanks for sharing
Looks beautiful - thanks for sharing.
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Wow, I'm exhausted just reading the instructable. Really makes me appreciate how much effort went into those "simple" old fashioned displays. Awesome build and thanks for sharing.
Velcro - nice solution dude! And now the same EL-wire is easily transferable into other projects. Sweet - thank you.
Wow... poetry and thermochromatic micro-fluidic knitting... all in one project. Awesome!!!
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Wow, great way to visualize data for displays - thanks
Great Instructable! I am trying to transition my thinking from "hard shell" modeling to more fabric-like structures in some projects. This was super helpful -thanks.
That's great, and hair straighteners are much easier to find at the thrift store than a hot-end (like in other designs I've seen). Gotta try this
Cool. Knew I was saving those brims and rafts for a reason. Thanks
Nice project, strong statement
Nice!! Fun, cute and achievable
Beautiful forms! Do you have any more tips on balancing thickness and stiffness, or more info on how you modeled those shapes? I am just starting to explore this kind of design and materials, so any resources are helpful. Thanks.
Fun, useful project - thanks!
Great overview of some essential PS techniques - thanks!!!
Nice! And the base is as elegant as the light show.
The flight controller was already inside my quadcopter. Check inside the body of your quad. In these cheap quads, the flight-controllers are usually just a single, small electronic board.
Thank you. I am certain you will succeed and I eagerly await photos and videos of your design. Also, thank you for reminding me that Instructables serves an international audience. I apologize for using slang or improper grammar that made the tutorial difficult to translate. This is my responsibility, and I will try to make my next tutorials better. Thank you for your kind comments.
Thank you!!! Wow, that's cool. It really is "The board I've been waiting for." Very capable and easy to use (and write about) so I gotz more projects planned. Thanks again :)
Thank you!!! Originally it was for Valentines and Holiday cards, but this usage definitely got more interest from the kids in our Maker Group. Thanks again.
That's awesome, I would love to see some pics of your design. Thanks!!!
Great point, thank you!! I would also add, "If you sink it, then you retrieve it" and "Don't chase the wildlife with it." Thanks again.
Thanks, I really wasn't sure. I will try that on the next version.
Thank you! Sometimes it felt more like waiting than creating so I really appreciate the positivity!!!
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