Bag movement alarm for theft prevention
In short: I developed a portable, battery powered device that sounds an alarm when your bag or purse is moved. Once armed, can only be turned off …
posted by micahmelnyk on Jan 25, 2015
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Stay warm this winter: CPU Hand Warmer
In this small project I will show you how I repurposed an old AMD CPU to create a small, light and easy to use electric hand warmer. With the help …
posted by GreatScottLab on Jan 23, 2015
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Stewart Platform
We’re working on a project where we explore robotic body language as a way to augment/replace purely digital communication protocols. For this, we …
posted by thiagohersan on Jan 20, 2015
views: 8,120comments: 9
Optical Mouse Odometer for (Arduino) Robot
Accurately determining the progress of a wheeled robot can be pretty tricky (and expensive!). Dead reckoning assumes that our motors are perfectly …
posted by jazzycamel on Jan 21, 2015
views: 4,909comments: 9
Liminal Mass: 3D Printed Ceiling
Liminal MassLiminal Mass is a graft within ceiling architecture in a coastal house: a long, narrow piece suspended within the a ceiling annex. Resp…
posted by smithallen_studio on Jan 21, 2015
views: 2,323comments: 3
Dead Bug Prototyping and Freeform Electronics
Dead bug prototyping and freeform electronics are a way of building working electronic circuits, by soldering the parts directly together, or throu…
posted by HippyNerd on Jan 20, 2015
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Push to from an Intel Edison with Node.js
The Intel Edison is really great at doing a lot of things, but one of the things that I was most excited about was its ability to use Node.JS to in…
posted by JustinIsAMaker on Jan 18, 2015
views: 2,150comments: 3
Anachronistic Audio: Radiation Windchimes
The final piece of my Autodesk Artist-in-Residency and the Anachronistic Audio project is called Radiation Windchimes. To complement the rest of t…
posted by joejoetheclown on Jan 20, 2015
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Physical Web con Intel Edison
Nota: Gracias al evento Intel Internet of Things Giveaway en Instructables a llegado a mis manos una genial Intel Edison, gracias IntelHola amigos …
posted by sabas1080 on Jan 12, 2015
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Make Poetry with Light and Mirrors
This Instructable is an overview of my project, called "What You Make of It", that I created during my residency at Pier 9.What You Make of It is a…
posted by corpuscallosum on Jan 13, 2015
views: 1,162comments: 4
Stepper Motor + Arduino + Solar Tracker (EV)
This instructable is the translation of another that was originally written in Spanish, so I beg your pardon if I have many grammatical errors, if …
posted by hectorhhg on Jan 19, 2015
views: 8,139comments: 19
Huge wood nixie clock
As many of you have already understood, I'm a bit nixie-addicted.This is my third nixie clock, and as for previous ones its making process has been…
posted by andrea biffi on Jan 19, 2015
views: 50,871comments: 55
The Hexachord, a Rotary Musical Instrument
During a stint as a "Tech Disruptor" (Maker-in-Residence) at an Intel Experience popup, I spent some time building a spinning noisemaker using recy…
posted by ohhmyhead on Jan 19, 2015
views: 3,962comments: 15
Animated Halloween Evil Eyes
This Instructable details how to create animated Halloween blinking 'Evil Eyes' using an Arduino Uno and two 8by8 Red LED matrices with MAXIM MAX72…
posted by SteveQuinn on Jan 18, 2015
views: 3,096comments: 6
A folded expressing garment
Together with a fashion student I made a garment that expresses your mood and exaggerates your body language. Research The Google hit and Facebo…
posted by Joekevdv on Jan 18, 2015
views: 4,600comments: 4
The 600W Wake-Up Light with Temperature Logger
This here is a highly advanced 24h temperature logger which registers the temperature every 15 seconds and than averages it over 1min and 12mins. T…
posted by kerembasaran on Jan 16, 2015
views: 9,489comments: 7
BlockHead Breakout
I am a retro kind of guy and have always enjoyed the old “pong” and “breakout” style games.When I saw the 8x8 LED Matrix boards I immediately thoug…
posted by paulindallas on Jan 15, 2015
views: 3,511comments: 5
Blinkerdoo! with SparkCore
Welcome! In this Instructable we will be constructing a little project I like to call "The Blinkerdoo." The Blinkerdoo is a fun project that introd…
posted by NextFab on Nov 25, 2014
views: 2,783comments: 1 Build night Rex-o-Phone wifi xylophone
Our Spark Build Nights on November 13 and 15th 2014 at Blooming-labs were a lot of fun thanks to and Instructables for making the Buil…
posted by microrex on Jan 3, 2015
views: 2,114comments: 3
String Fountain
The challenge, how does one present 50's synchronized swimming, or water works like the Bellagio fountain in Las Vegas, without water. Pushing stri…
posted by Salvagione on Jan 13, 2015
views: 58,842comments: 52
Extremely Low Cost 3D Printable 3D Printer / Plotter / CNC Machine
In this Instructable I will talk about how to build a basic three axis CNC machine. the machine itself relies on easy to find parts and the mechani…
posted by wootin24 on Jan 12, 2015
views: 51,640comments: 63
Guardian of the Garden
Gardening is one of the most relaxing hobbies or work to do, and also helps make the indoor look really good. STEP 1: INDOOR GARDENING BASICS 1)…
posted by whiteblack on Jan 12, 2015
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Wireless LED Aquarium Controller With SPARK.IO CORE at TechShop
Here I am at TechShop with an amazing micro controller from called "Core". I was planning to use an Arduino to control my saltwater reef a…
posted by nettexan on Jan 2, 2015
views: 3,366comments: 1
Intel Edison: Custom Doorbell
Have you ever wondered that the old fashion "ding dong" sound in your doorbell is boring?I have an solution for you!Customized doorbell that will p…
posted by mkarvonen on Jan 9, 2015
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Merry Christmas everyone! :)This project was inspired by the clock in the Weasley house that is seen in the second Harry Potter movie (thanks jordy…
posted by wooden_one on Dec 30, 2014
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DIY Laptop Controlled Robot
It would be so good if would be able to control a robot or your rc car using a laptop just like you control a car in a game. Well, it can be made p…
posted by Saiyam on Jan 12, 2015
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DIY Automated Tea Maker
Create your own automated tea maker! This inexpensive and small machine will submerge, stir and finally rise the teabag out the mug you have previo…
posted by periprohus on Jan 11, 2015
views: 6,023comments: 15
Tacuino: a low-cost, modular, Arduino-compatible educational platform
For my soft-circuit classes, we have been using either a pre-programmed Attiny85 circuit (…
posted by MakersBox on Jan 11, 2015
views: 46,193comments: 24
Hydrophobic Drumpad, for MaKey MaKey
Hydrophobic Drumpad, for MaKey MaKeyThis is a pretty simple project, and you don't even have to have a laser cutter like we used. If you have a pri…
posted by smalltortoise on Jan 7, 2015
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3D Printed Walking Robot (Klann Linkage)
This walking robot has been a project that I have been wanting to have a go at for a while now and I finally got around to finishing it, so now I a…
posted by Bit-Boy on Jan 8, 2015
views: 5,199comments: 4
Control your LEDs with your TV remote?! || Arduino IR Tutorial
In this project I will show you how I repurposed the useless buttons on my TV remote to control the LEDs behind my TV. You can also use this techni…
posted by GreatScottLab on Jan 9, 2015
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Charliecube -- Charlieplexed 4x4x4 RGB LED cube
This is a Charlieplexed 64 RGB LED 3D Cube. The CharlieCube has a total of 192 LEDs and is controlled by 16 arduino pins wired through 16 spires…
posted by HippyNerd on Jan 8, 2015
views: 8,971comments: 12
Simon Game with a Twist
Not another Simon Game!!!Yes, the Simon Game has sort of been “done to death” in Instructables. On top of that, I am going to refer you to somebod…
posted by paulindallas on Jan 7, 2015
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REAL beginner's guide to setting up the Intel Edison (with Mac OS)
I'm not a computer or electrical engineer, I'm a paper engineer. I make pop-up cards and toys out of paper. But I've always wanted to try making th…
posted by belsey on Jan 8, 2015
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1981 Portable VCR Raspberry PI Media Centre
This is an early '80s Sharp VC-2300H portable VCR that I've converted - it now has a Raspberry Pi at its heart, running the excellent Raspbmc medi…
posted by MisterM on Jan 8, 2015
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LED Strip Controller w/ LED Amp + Arduino
Forget about DIY LED drivers with mosfet transistors! It is extremly simple to drive high powered LED-strips with Arduino at low cost without getti…
posted by ehsmaes on Jan 14, 2014
views: 40,006comments: 20
Sound Locator
This unique little sound locator has a pac-man like ghost that runs towards the loudest sound detected! It uses three microphones and an Arduino UN…
posted by TechKiwi on Jan 7, 2015
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The Nerd Watch
Hello! Welcome to another Other Machine project tutorial! I'm Sam DeRose, a former Other Machine Co. Summer Intern. I created The Nerd Watch last s…
posted by othermachine on Jan 7, 2015
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RFID Access Control System
This Instructable is for a Rasberry Pi Access Control System, which uses an RFID tag system for automatic entry through a door. We use this system …
posted by Laserbird on Jan 6, 2015
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Rock Tumbler
With a Rock Tumbler you can clean all sort of metals and make round and shiny rocks. Old metal parts look like new after some hours in the tumbler …
posted by Blueloop on Jan 7, 2015
views: 35,574comments: 31
Brainwave-Controlled Paper Garment
My project, Self-portrait is an experimental interactive wearable paper garment for performance, which uses thermochromic pigment, soft circuits, a…
posted by dt4art on Dec 15, 2014
views: 15,426comments: 10
IcosaLEDron: A Multi LED Smart Ball
What is an IcosaLEDron? It's a programmable, rechargeable 20 sided "ball" with a RGB LED on each face. Inside is a custom PCB equipped with the Atm…
posted by Afritlabs on Nov 3, 2014
views: 10,600comments: 9
Make an interactive iPad controlled LED Wall
Show me the youtube video of the wall in action!Everyone wants to make giant LED displays to show their cool, geometric LED waves, or fuzzy pink El…
posted by sheetmetalalchemist on Dec 13, 2014
views: 39,423comments: 29
DIY Fingerprint Biometric Arduino Anti-thief Security System
To create a simple biometric security system to protect your car from unauthorized user, I thought of using fingerprint sensor and Arduino together…
posted by pelegren on Dec 24, 2014
views: 7,174comments: 11
Yet Another DIY Flex Circuits Tutorial
There are several guides on Instructables which explain how to make your own flex-circuits. I've been making these for years now, and thought I'd s…
posted by fkeel on Jan 6, 2015
views: 8,406comments: 3
Make a Friendship Finding E-Textile Monster Hoodie with Neopixels
Got to keep warm this winter, and what better way to do that than to find more friends to cuddle with during the snowy months. The Monster hoodie w…
posted by Pickledkitty on Jan 5, 2015
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I set off to design a kinetic sculpture titled Polyscape as a "floating island" made out of recycled polypropylene plastic, which is the same mater…
posted by Ypink on Jan 5, 2015
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Star Wars Crossguard Neopixel Lightsaber
For all "those wierd kids that are board" and looking for something to do on a dark winter's night...Make the new crossguard triblade lightsaber fr…
posted by caitlinsdad on Jan 4, 2015
views: 3,450comments: 7
Shining bicycle turn signals
First, I publish this stuff for my friend K. He is a very young shy man and not good at English. I believe he is kind of creative maker. Although m…
posted by bigsistersister on Jan 4, 2015
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Password protected sketchbook
Learn how to create your own password protected sketchbook as you can see it working in this video : List of materials First the book itself,i …
posted by Durss on Jan 2, 2015
views: 44,292comments: 39