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Nice project-i suggest to use Mechanical Mod instead of a regulated box mod.To fire it continuosly without the ten seconds cut-off which most of the regulated box mod for vaping has this feature.,Some has 15 secs cut-off.And use a rebuildable dripping atomizer with deep ejuice well.
DIY Lens For Google Cardboard VR
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@SpandanB3as long as you used the biconvex lenses in the binoculars-i think it will work.
@ashu1paYes-i tested it and it works on large screen smart phones.
Is it work with 6 inch display
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Will binocular lenses work as long as the focal lengths remain within range?
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All lenses, in theory, should work. Depending on the curvature of the lenses and the material its made of, you'll just need to adjust lens-to-screen distance and inter-lens distance until it gets comfy.. I used a pair small reading lenses (not glasses) with weak magnification. My lens-to-screen distance was pretty big (~50+ mm hahaha) but it cost me a dollar's worth. :D
The official google cardboard has a diopter of around 22-27. Diopters add in parrallel, or in otherwords you'd need ten 2 Diopter lenses to get a 22 diopter strength lens.
Here is a tutorial to teach you how to make Google board.Only $1 to make your own 3D VR glasses
If you don't have time to do it, there are a lot of VR like Google, they are plastic material that very light.http://www.trendsloving.com/3d-vr-glasses-c-7/
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@Vikas kumar 56Yes,you can use your 75mm lenses,but i can imagine how big your VR would be.,I suggest you look for smaller lenses,you can get lenses on telescope toys.i made one using macdonald happy meal telescope toy that had two 25 mm lenses.
Best thing to carry while travelling is powerbankPowerbank is the best utility to carry but always remember to use powerbanks with original cells. There powerbanks are safer as well they give high performence:http://www.ebay.in/itm/Power-Bank-with-Original-LG-Cells-15600mAh-Powerbank-High-Capacity-Powerbank-/322223261318Best 10400mAh powerbank which you may have ever seenhttp://www.ebay.in/itm/Powerbank-10400mAh-by-Molife-Best-10400mAh-Power-Bank-with-Original-LG-Cells-/322151678735oUPowerbank Range: http://www.ebay.in/sch/Power-Bank/177395/i.html?_ssc=1&_nkw=MOLIFE - Ajit KumarA
These can even be used as a promotional give away item for any corporate event. Its is a life saver especially when you are traveling. Here is a quick instructable guide on how to charge and use a power bank. - powerbanksdepot
Best thing to carry while travelling is powerbankPowerbank is the best utility to carry but always remember to use powerbanks with original cells. There powerbanks are safer as well they give high performence:<a href="http://www.ebay.in/itm/Power-Bank-with-Original-LG-Cells-15600mAh-Powerbank-High-Capacity-Powerbank-/322223261318">15600mAh Powerbank</a>Best 10400mAh powerbank which you may have ever seen<a href="http://www.ebay.in/itm/Powerbank-10400mAh-by-Molife-Best-10400mAh-Power-Bank-with-Original-LG-Cells-/322151678735oU">10400mAh Powerbank</a>Powerbank Range: <a href="http://www.ebay.in/sch/Power-Bank/177395/i.html?_ssc=1&_nkw=MOLIFE">Powerbank</a> - Ajit KumarA
Best thing to carry while travelling is PowerbankPowerbank is the best utility to carry but always remember to use powerbanks with original cells. There powerbanks are safer as well they give high performence:15600mAh PowerbankBest 10400mAh powerbank which you may have ever seen10400mAh Powerbank - Ajit KumarA
will a pair of 75mm magnifying lenses work?
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@SerbanPA running device generally consumes power,therefore if your device is actively in use during the process of charging with your powerbank,the charging performance may not meet the expectation.Your device maybe damage when you slipped it on the floor.•Read step 8 to 9 ,and read the POINTERS on the last part of this instructables.
My powerbank says it produces 5v and either 1a or 2.1a. I think it is no name. It says it holds 12000 mAh. I have a samsung that has 2550 mAh according to its "about this device" on the phone itself. It takes 6h or more for my phone to charge (according to the phone) when I plug it in the powerbank. It doesn't matter which one i plug it in, it takes the aproximate same time for both 1A and 2.1 A. It didn't use to be this way: it used to take 4.5 hours or so for the 2.1 A, according to the phone. I haven't done any measurements in a scientific setting, I mean I always use my phone while it's charging, but after many many many times having used it, I can pretty confortably say I don't think my fullly charged powerbank can charge my phone from 0 to 100% not even once. More like... from 0 to maybe 40-50% and the powerbank goes to zero. Maybe. Maybe I just use my phone too much while it is charging. I've charged using the samsung's charger and a charger from an iphone. But i only use the socket for the iphone one and the cable from a USB router. The microUSB is slightly different on the cable than what is supposed to into the powerbank: the slightest tough can make connect or disconnect. However the iphone sockets gives 5v 1a, which is what the powerbank wants: 5v 1a. The samsung ones has totally different values. I don't remeber them exactly, but it's a fast adaptive charger for samsung galaxy s6. I think it gives 2 A or more. I've also dropped my powerbank on the pavement several times. Not by choice, it just slipped. So... is my powerbank ruined? If yes, is it because I droped it or because i used the wrong kind of chargers?
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Great instructable! Will be posting some photo's if I make it...
Can I use super glue, or maybe some other glue?
Sorry, didn't read the the steps right... never mind.
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