Instructables: exploring - electronics - fun - featured Fri, 24 Apr 2015 23:33:40 PDT BLOX v1.01 Simple Lie Detector (from solid components)
Simple Lie Detector (from solid components) - More DIY How To Projects]]> Imetomi During the summer I have many times to build gadgets, and when I found this easy circuit on the internet I' ve decided to make my own and to show you how to build a lie detector. First of all I am 15 now and now learn english in the school so sorry for my bad english. When you put your fingers on th...
By: Imetomi

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Sat, 8 Nov 2014 23:49:13 PST
Basic Electronics
Basic Electronics - More DIY How To Projects]]> randofo Getting started with basic electronics is easier than you might think. This Instructable will hopefully demystify the basics of electronics so that anyone with an interest in building circuits can hit the ground running. This is a quick overview into practical electronics and it is not my goal to de...
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Thu, 22 Dec 2011 18:10:37 PST
Phaser Guitar Pedal
Phaser Guitar Pedal - More DIY How To Projects]]> randofo A phaser guitar pedal is a guitar effect that splits a signal, send one path through the circuit cleanly and shifts the phase of the second. The two signals are then mixed back together and when out of phase, cancel each other out. This creates a sound somewhat akin to a flanger or an auto-wah. This...
By: randofo

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Mon, 16 Jun 2014 11:48:21 PDT
Paper Electronics: Conductive Paints, Inks, and More
Paper Electronics: Conductive Paints, Inks, and More - More DIY How To Projects]]> icecats      This Instructable is all about the amazing technology of paper electronics and conductive materials. Instead of using stubborn wires and your rusty soldering skills to painstakingly connect components, why not use paint and glue? This tutorial will share various recipes to create your very own ...
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Tue, 4 Jun 2013 12:07:03 PDT
Intro to RFID zazenergy "Intro to RFID" gives you the complete step-by-step instructions for 15 different fun RFID projects. Learn to make an RFID cat door, universal RFID key, door lock and more. All projects come from, are written by our creative community, and contain pictures for each step so you can ...
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Wed, 11 May 2011 15:39:21 PDT
Motion Module
Motion Module - More DIY How To Projects]]> randofo The motion module is the most complex photocoupled device used in Simple Bots. It basically is a light switch coupled with a motion sensing nightlight. When someone in its general area moves, this triggers the sensor, turns on the light, and causes the bot to move. This is a simple way to start addi...
By: randofo

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Wed, 2 May 2012 16:27:12 PDT
Basic Simple Bots Electronics
Basic Simple Bots Electronics - More DIY How To Projects]]> randofo Before we can build Simple Bots, it is important to have a rudimentary understanding of how electricity works (or does not). Electricity comes in two forms, AC (alternating current), which is like the power that comes from a wall socket, and DC (direct current), which is like the power that comes f...
By: randofo

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Tue, 17 Apr 2012 09:44:46 PDT
Snappy Art (Joule) Thief
Snappy Art (Joule) Thief - More DIY How To Projects]]> brandegor Admittedly, this is kind of a dorky, lame, ridiculous project, and built purely for amusement and aesthetics, to which I am addicted. In fact, I can't imagine anyone but me wanting to make this thing, but ... Having said that, I love Snap Circuits - they are an elegant teaching tool, because of the...
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Sun, 18 Dec 2011 11:07:49 PST
Metronome - More DIY How To Projects]]> randofo So, you have built an electric cigar box guitar and started to get playing, only to realize that you don't know how. In fact, you can't even keep time. Your playing keeps getting faster and slower. It sounds like you need a metronome. A metronome is a device that helps you keep a steady time when y...
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Thu, 7 Jul 2011 09:49:05 PDT
FUNBOT jadberro Its a custom made toy that's made from scratch, it is literally made to last and not break every once in a while. Enjoy ! I would personally like to see this developed into a "make your own toy thing". 2 DIY IR proximity sensors. 1 Light dependent resistor 1 l293d motor driver 1 at...
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Fri, 24 Jun 2011 14:30:54 PDT
Wireless Power
Wireless Power - More DIY How To Projects]]> robotkid249 Quarter of a million views, thanks everyone! The power cord, I know you hate it. Sometimes, you just want to cut it apart! Well say goodbye to your power cords, because with the power of inductive coupling your device will not need to be connected metal to metal. Seemlessly your device can be charg...
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Wed, 6 May 2009 15:31:01 PDT
Easy DIY Home Automation (using servo switches)
Easy DIY Home Automation (using servo switches) - More DIY How To Projects]]> oomlout This Instructable is all about one of life's simple actions, flipping a light switch on and off. At oomlout we do it many times a day, so many in fact it came to a point where we asked ourselves "Can't we get an Arduino to do this?". Of course we can, what follows is how we went about doing it. W...
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Mon, 19 Jan 2009 09:36:54 PST
How to Make a Portable Game System
How to Make a Portable Game System - More DIY How To Projects]]> 1up Ever thought about being able to play your favorite game system anywhere? I'm sure you have. Following this guide, you can learn how to 'portablize' the Nintendo Entertainment System. In this Instructable I will teach you everything you need to know to put together a portable. There will be several...
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Tue, 25 Nov 2008 13:59:32 PST
Small fan
Small fan - More DIY How To Projects]]> Modeo Small electric fan from spare parts. Parts What you will need: - small electrical motor and its power supply (I used a 12v old typewriter motor) - switch - bridge (4diodes in case you have an AC power source) - wire coat hanger - 2 hose clamps - bit of rubber tubing to fit over coat hanger wire -...
By: Modeo

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Fri, 5 Jan 2007 18:09:36 PST