Tell us about yourself!
My screen is too small so I can't tell for sure what you're doing. are you pumping air into a 2 litter bottle of soda with a just a little water in it? How much water do you put in the bottle? Thanks.
Pnewmohudralic Jet Machine Marklar 3
DIY Sliding Barn Door
Salami Pizza Bread Recipe
Slow Cooker Bacon Jam
Beef Burgundy With Noodles
Deveria mudar este intructable desta seção (tecnologia) para a seção Craft.
Digital Wall Calendar and Home Information Center
PCB Heater (Diy Joule Heating)
Speckled Caramel Rum Flan
How to Repair Car Bumper
I won't be making the sling/carrier, but that not rocks and it will definitely come in hand. Faved.
Water Bottle Sling/carrier
Hot Chorizo Empanadas With Goat Cheese Recipe
Accurate 1 Hz Frequency From AC Mains
Soft Mall Pretzels
The Science of Sourdough Bread... and Butter
Great instructabe. I love learned bread.But since you called it science of sour though, you should not have included this "Could there be a connection between bread produced with baker's yeast and the increase of gluten intolerance we see today?"Correlation is not causation. And this is how wrong information spreads around. When trying to educate people (as all intractable do), there is a responsibility to those who are teaching to do it accurately.
Good taste in music too!Up the irons!
Self Balancing Robot With ESP8266-WiFi PID Tuning and Control
Open Source Turtle Robot (OSTR)
How to (maybe) See Particles From Outer Space!
How to 3D Print Your Own Lego!
Very interesting. I added this as my next project.Question, how much hate mail have you received, or think you will receive for having used 666 in your code? ;-D
Arduino Star-Finder for Telescopes
Making Quality Toys From Plastic Trash: a Beginner's Guide
How to Smoke a Whole Duck
How to Use a Washing Machine Motor
IOT123 - ATTINY85 SOFTWARE SERIAL JIG Assembly
How to Build a Variable Box Joint Jig
I love what you did here! I really do! Creative use of tech like this always makes my day.But you have to admit one thing, talk about total engineering overkill! :)Keep up the great work!
Good tutorial, but I have to note this works well for images like the one you used for the tutorial, where the subject is very well focused, sharp and isolated from the background due to use of large aperture of a fast lens.But again, for good quality images, great tutorial.It's a lot more work when the image is taken by someone with the camera set to AUTO mode or a phone's camera. Would you have another useful workflow that could help doing the same with these types of images?
Acoustic Levitator Case
Smartphone Schlieren - See Sound Waves
Vex and Arduino Drawbot
Roast Your Own Super-fresh Gourmet COFFEE
Drawing an Egg With a Compass
How to "Weld" Aluminum Without a Welder
Upgrade 3D Printer Heated Bed to 110V
Better Rotary Encoder
Power Carved Ripple Bench
Drill Press Table
The Affects of Different Stains on White Pine Wood
How to Make Pasteis De Nata
DIY Self-Balancing One Wheel Vehicle
Parametric Lego Bricks in Fusion 360
Arduino Controlled Finger Jonter
these Peltier elements are 15% efficient or less. IF you could apply 100% of the energy of the flame to the Peltier, It would still use only 15% of it (best case scenario).Since the interface between candle and Peltier is air, you're probably getting around 10% of the flame's energy applied to the Peltier. So the net efficiency is 15% of 10% of the energy of the flame of that candle.
DIY Automatic Coin Sorting Machine
DIY $5.00 Sandblaster
Efficient Development of Java for the Raspberry Pi
Poor Man's Google Glass/Aid for Those With Tunnel Vision
Shouldn't you have a resistor for each of those Leads to avoid drawing too much current from the audio output?
Amazing Homemade Potato Chips (Crisps)
Making an Atabaque From a to Z
Wow! Excellent!!! How awesome!!!Great instructable. Now I'll have to make one.But you don't list the dimensions of the body's staves.What are the stave widths at the top, bottom and at the widest points? Also how far from the top is the widest point?Cheers!!
Why not a SSR (solid state relay)?
Because they are very ineficient, heavy and expensive.
Receiving Images From Passing Weather Satellites (NOAA and METEOR M2) Using a Cheap SDR
Grand Marnier Coconut Shortbread Cookies
MP-4 Simplest 4 Bit TTL CPU
A Guide to Learning and Understanding the Alexa Skills Kit
Useless Machine Instructions
Self-exciting a Car Alternator Using a Small DC Generator
Voice Activated Google Assistant for Raspberry Pi
Scientific Research High Altitude Balloon for Fun and Profit
DSLR Macro Photography: a Comprehensive Overview
That's not exactly correct.
Google Assistant on a Raspberry Pi
Highlight Colours in Black and White Photos With Snapseed
How to Smoke Beef Brisket With Wood
Penny Flip Puzzle
Arduino Self-Balancing Robot
How to Design Common Emitter Amplifier
3D Scan Anything Using a Camera (Photogrammetry With Autodesk Remake)
How to Make the Ring Game
How to Cartoon Yourself | GIMP | Photoshop Alternative
A few tricks about making Slayer Exciter
Bind a Book in Tooled Leather
USB Volume Control and Caps Lock LED - Simple, Cheap, Extensible
Mobile Workbench With Built-in Table & Miter Saws
Program ATmega 328 Using Arduino (Arduino As ISP)
Easy Croissants Recipe
MotorCycle Gear Indicator
No need for detoxes, that's what the liver does, detox.
Swedish Cinnamon Rolls (KanelBullar)
Fly Cage Black Soldier Fly Breeding UK.
Getting Started With AWS IOT
Bom tutorial. Andei brincando com o AWS esses dias para comandar meus projetos usando o Amazon Echo (Alexa) e automatizar algumas coisas em casa.O sistema é bem simples:Alexa -> lambda -> AWS IoT (thing shadow) <=> IoT device (Raspbery Oi, Android, etc)Para quem não tem um Echo, funciona igual com uma instalação da Alexa no Raspbery Pi.
Chicken with 40 cloves of garlic
Update a Real Time Dashboard with Google Sheets