Instructables: exploring - living - electronics - circuit Tue, 30 Jun 2015 14:44:53 PDT BLOX v1.01 Slugitronics - protecting plants with chibitronics
Slugitronics - protecting plants with chibitronics - More DIY How To Projects]]> coventrymakerspace When our lovely friends at Leicester Hackspace invited us to their Chibitronics build night, we knew that we wanted to think outside the box. Chibitronics are electronics component stickers that are very thin and self-adhesive, allowing you to build circuits on paper and surfaces that would not usua...
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Wed, 28 Jan 2015 10:16:52 PST
Giant 555 Timer Chip Backpack
Giant 555 Timer Chip Backpack - More DIY How To Projects]]> caitlinsdad For the aspiring engineer, make this cool integrated circuit shaped backpack to carry your assortment of little electronic goodies. This can also be used as a debug-out bag with essentials such as a multimeter, 30 watt soldering iron, solder, solder pump, third hand, pliers, tweezers, screwdriver, w...
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Thu, 9 Oct 2014 17:03:31 PDT
Junk Art
Junk Art - More DIY How To Projects]]> ANDY! If you have random electonic components that you have lying aroung and have nothing to do with them, you could make art! Then you won't have to throw them out! And it's really easy too! Cost: $1. All parts salvaged. This is a basic idea of what you might need: -electronics and other components -glu...

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Fri, 5 Feb 2010 21:56:20 PST
Stroke Sensor
Stroke Sensor - More DIY How To Projects]]> Plusea This sensor takes some time to make. Repeatedly threading, stitching and cutting thread. But the result is quite effective and you can vary the design of the sensor in order to detect different kinds of stroke. See illustration for variations in stroke sensor design. Various techniques could be app...
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Mon, 11 Jan 2010 10:21:12 PST
Sewable Arduino Interface
Sewable Arduino Interface - More DIY How To Projects]]> Plusea How to create a sewable interface for your Arduino USB board. It is probably not the best solution, especially compared to the Arduino LilyPad. But it is an option for textile electronic projects that use conductive thread and would like to sew directly to the inputs of an Arduino board. Materials...
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Wed, 15 Oct 2008 10:13:41 PDT
Geeky Circuit Board Earrings
Geeky Circuit Board Earrings - More DIY How To Projects]]> CameronSS My sister saw a set like these in a catalog for about 20 bucks. I'm cheap, so I didn't let her get them and made my own. The catalog is sold out now, anyway.I should mention that this is my first Instructable, I'm new to the site.Update June 21, 2007: I just found a great bracelet that would match n...
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Sun, 11 Feb 2007 20:18:28 PST