Circuit Shirt (T Shirt Hacks Contest)

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Introduction: Circuit Shirt (T Shirt Hacks Contest)

This is a great way to show off your nerdiness or just have a cool shirt. All you need are a bunch of circuit boards (Actually, just get something electronic, smash it open and you can use pretty much anything in there), hot glue, and an old t shirt.

Step 1: Making the Shirt

First, take whatever electronic device you have smashed and just poke around in it taking whatever looks cool. ANYTHING will do. Get a good amount of stuff though. Next lay your shirt out and place the objects where you think they look the best, get them the way you like it. Now just heat up the hot glue gun and glue everything down. Thats it. Your done.

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    8 Discussions

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    Phoghat
    Phoghat

    12 years ago on Introduction

    If you attached the boards in a semi-logical (or illogical) way and just ran some none functioning wires "hooking" everything up, maybe adding a "blinkie" or something, it would be mos deff!

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    That would be a great idea, but i would need some type of power source. I can't really put a battery pack on the back because it would be too heavy to wear, like this isn't heavy enough already.

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    brandon20904
    brandon20904

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    You should use a 9v that might be enough to power it. Or keep the batteries in your pocket.

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    yeah, i cud try that, but the thing is, i would never wear this in public or anywhere else for that matter. not because it sets off all the "hes a loser" signals in the popular people's minds at school, but it weighs like 3 tons!!!

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    duck-lemon
    duck-lemon

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Nerd your doing the same thing again and again you need to put photos in sequence and needs pictures of the process.

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Dang, im new to this, sorry, i will try to fix all of my shirts tonight, thank you for the advice. I am sorry.

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    duck-lemon
    duck-lemon

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Tis ok we all start somewhere PS. not all my instructables are spik and span either.

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    DaNerd11
    DaNerd11

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks and i added some pictures of me doing it.