Just wondering if anyone on Instructables has seen District 9 yet because I was thinking of seeing it but, I just want a few extra opinions on it.. Thanks in advance.
Topic by D.L.H. | last reply
I was thinking about doing an Instructable for how to play Gmod 9 online in servers. But since it might be a long one I figured I'd ask if anyone wanted it or not before I do. I probably will still make it but maybe not if nobody wants it. Does anyone? --Please, don't leave any comments saying how bad gmod 9 is. I do own gmod 10 but it just won't work on my computer so I settled for the next best thing until I get a new one.And this would also be for people who are in my same situation and want to play online.--
Topic by Rockerx | last reply
Video Tour Through the Pier 9 Workshop TechCrunch - May 2014 Approachable Fabrication Fabrication and Forming Journal - May 2014 Anouk Wipprecht Creates Smart Textiles in SF 7x7 - May 2014 Most Amazing Office Spaces on the Planet Business Insider - April 2014 What Happens When you Turn Artists Loose on Autodesk's 3D Printers Fast Company - April 2014 Andreas Bastian Creates Incredible Bendable 3D Printed Mesostructured Material 3DPrint.com - April 2014 Dutch artist Wipprecht to speak at Codame Art+Tech event SF Chronicle - April 2014 Carl Bass in the Pier 9 Workshop Discovery Channel - March 2014 Autodesk Pier 9 Design and Motion - March 2014 AutoCAD 2015 Blogger Day CAD Setter Out - March 2014 Inside Autodesk's 3D Printing and Creativity Workshop on Pier 9 Curbed SF - March 2014 Creating Joy in Technology CCA News - October 2013 Ribbon Cutting at Pier 9 GigaOm - September 2013
Topic by jsass | last reply
The red hat linux distribution fedora just came out with version 9!! its code name is sulphur.click here for the details of the new releasei cant wait to get a copy, seeing as i cant seem to find my fedora 8 cd-romfor those of you in canada who want linux, go hereim pretty sure a quick google search will give good sources if your in the states
Topic by tech-king | last reply
Hi everyone. This, the eve of 9/11, the 6 year anniversary of the terrible incidents that occurred on that September morning. I just want to make sure that the victims are never forgotten, and I take this moment to remember the fallen, and those firefighters, police officers, EMT, who all risked their lives to save those trapped. Thanks for taking the time to remember, and I hope some point tomorrow you share a moment of silence with the world to remember. *silence*
Topic by Brennn10 | last reply
Behold, my second attempt at an instructables contest! This is the second installment of the Head to Head challenges, my first one kind of petered out after one winner. :PThe rules are simple: volunteer members will be asked to create an Instructable based on the movie or the short film 9. Whoever creates the better Instructable (higher quality, cooler, featured, most voted for, etc) will win the patch seen below. This time around, there is no deadline (but try to keep it within a month), and you can compete with up to four different people at the same time. Just remember, only one of you will win. I will allow up to four separate competitions, same as the last challenge.Have fun, hope this isn't too confusing!http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0472033/ _x_VS._x_ (VS. _x_VS._x_ )_x_VS._x_ (VS. _x_VS._x_ )_x_VS._x_ (VS. _x_VS._x_ ) _x_VS._x_ (VS. _x_VS._x_ )
Topic by Spl1nt3rC3ll | last reply
Okay. So.I dunno, guys. I keep hearing "Linux this, Linux that", but I really don't know. It's not working for me so far. And I've been at it since March.Recently, I made a LiveUSB of Fedora 9 (I'm not allowed to install Linux to HDD until I buy my own PC). I experienced problems with the LiveUSB; mainly, the "persistent overlay" was not being recognized. After more than several attempts, I got it to work.Now I'm trying to install AWN. I opened up Terminal, typed in su, and then typed in this:yum install avant-window-navigatorand it installed. It didn't say anything about errors or anything. So I went to Applications > Accessories and sure enough, there it was. I clicked it. I saw a window flash at the top left of my screen, and then nothing. Three more tries. Same reaction each time. Now the way I understand it, I need Compiz in order for AWN to work. I though Fedora 9 had Compiz. Do I need to enable a setting or something?Does anyone have any idea what I'm doing wrong?
Topic by Labot2001 | last reply
HI! I am wondering if .999...=1? I mean if 1/3=.333 and 1/3+1/3+1/3=3/3 and 3/3=1. So wouldn't .333...+.333...+.333...=1? But it actually equals .999... not 1. I googled this question and I got many different answers ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ For example...(someone wrote): I'm not really into math, but a friend brought something up to me today that really seemed very strange. (For the duration of this post, .999 will mean .9 repeating unless otherwise specified- just for the sake of ease) .999=x 10x=9.999 10x - x = 9x 9x=9 1x=1. .999 = 1. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Someone else wrote: Numbers are fake. They are a manifestation of our minds to describe something, similar to words. Just because we say "red" doesn't mean something is red. what is red? Languages and math are very similar. Math is universal...at least for our planet though. .999~ does not = 1. But what .999~ repeating represents, does in fact equal what 1 represents. No-one will ever be able to comprehend infinity, os its time to stop trying. Think of space and the universe. IT IS GROWING. how can it continue to grow with no stop? what is there to contain it? WE need something to contain it in order for us to understand it. We need a stopping point, but there is none. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ So who is correct? Do you agree that .999...=1? Or .999... does not equal 1?
Question by Pizzapie500 | last reply
Yesterday (Thursday September 12th) was the official ribbon cutting at Pier 9. There were many people in attendance including Autodesk CEO Carl Bass and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee. In Instructables' tradition of being nontraditional, the ribbon was made of metal and cut by Carl with a grinder. Tours were given after the official cutting to those who haven't yet experienced the awesomeness of our workshop! Read some more in the article on San Francisco Business Times.
Topic by Penolopy Bulnick | last reply
Here it is, The one the only FX-9 Sniper rifle!!!This is the first of five in the FX-9 series. This has been my secret project for the last 2 1/2 months. Here are the pros and cons: Pros: Range 70-80 feet weighs 5 1/2 Pounds sturdy reliable new trigger design 11 layer design cons: uses a lot of pieces no mag bad bipod but if I post I will make a different one Now that you know about it tell me what you think. Should I post it?
Topic by Killer~SafeCracker | last reply
I'm working with CorelDraw 9. I've been working on something for two months, it is 987Kb. Just when I was finishing the project, the file became corrupt. It upens up to 40% and then I receive the message "Error Reading myfile.cdr file". I tried importing it to a new cdr, it gets 74% done and then gives me the error message. When I click on accept, I receive an error message that says that it cannot import an empty document. I can see it in the preview box, though. I need a Corel programmer that could maybe open the file code and repair the problem. Can you help me?
Question by sansegundo | last reply
The amount of resources this place has is impossible to describe. If you really want to learn all the equipment at Pier 9 it will probably take you 2 years to fully know how every machine works. People here love making things and it felt like home. For me making is not only the transformation of the object into the final piece but it's a transformation in me, how my emotions change as I build. I never felt more connected to my work as in Pier 9. It's been a few months since I finished my residency and to be honest every week I think of quitting my job and going back. It has been one of my most memorable experiences in the past couple of years and if you are thinking of applying, stop thinking and APPLY! (3 good friends: John, Xander and Wei are now AiR after I shared my experience with them) I applied to be an AiR because I had a bunch of personal projects I wanted to make and had been really busy working at SRI designing really amazing robots to "save the world". Most of the projects I was working back at that time were kind of long and most of them involved DARPA funding (confidential- can't talk about). In contrast, I wanted to make shorter projects, just for fun. Pier 9 seemed like a perfect place. It is located over the water, you will be literally cutting wood on the table saw with the most amazing view of downtown SF. I live in Menlo Park so I would take the Caltrain and get of at King St. Then I would bike for 10 minutes along the Embarcadero. At night, I would bike facing the Bay Bridge Lights. Overall beautiful commute. When I joined in November 2013, things were still being organized at the Pier. For example, making a reservation for a class was super easy and intuitive. a few months after that there was a more complicated process and it felt the classes were always full. The AiR lounge/office had white walls and no furniture so I decided to make a few projects to make our space a little nicer. I also made the AiR wallet to keep the credit card safe (we used to have a big clamp to store our credit card). One final addition, was the AiR roster that I pulled together to know all of the other AiR and have their contact info. One of my objectives at the Pier was learning to do CNC. I started working with the ShopBot and learned to do 2.5 CNC fairly quickly. I enjoyed making CNC furniture for the Pier. I hope the Piggy Coffee table is still in the AiR lounge. After that I continued working with CNC and made a clock and a sunglass case. I wished the DMS 5 axis was running before I left the Pier so I could make my lounge chair from a tree trunk. I do want to say sorry for all of the router bits I broke, all of the toxic materials I used and any other unethical things I've done! I will miss Pier 9 but I what I will miss the most is the people. There were about 10-15 Artists in Residence at any given time. That meant that every week or two, a new talented artist was joining and another one was saying goodbye. The best part was that we all shared our work and got great comments and feedback from the rest of the group. The amount of creativity and diversity was unbelievable. I have to make a special mention to my shop teacher and friend Sean. He has been a great companionnon several all nighters at the Pier. We would be doing some crazy amount of work in the evening and going to bed around 7 am. I would go and sleep for a long while but he always had to come back to the Pier and teach a class. Sean was responsible for teaching me some tricks on a couple of machines so thanks to him my time was more effective. Another thing I will miss is going to the woodshop and see Sam working on the next modification to the shop. He was always with a friendly smile giving us advice while he was finishing his project. I also would like to thank Taylor Stein and Arthur Harsuvanakit. Both work at Autodesk and they have tought me and a bunch of AiR how to use some of the Autodesk software. Last, another thanks to Randy Sarafan, he also was another late night worker and companion. Thanks again to Noah and Vanessa for making my dreams come true. Alejandro (alepalan)
Topic by alepalan
Tl;dr : 1. people are the greatest resource at the pier 2. sometimes it’s hard to work due to too much awesomeness Seriously. Me and my collaborator, Radamés Ajna, had a couple of projects we wanted to do in the spring/summer of 2014, and while looking for some shop space in Oakland, someone recommended we check out the AiR program. We applied. We thought that if we got accepted Autodesk would give us a desk, some nice hand tools, and access to their software. And that would’ve been great. Coming from Brazil, where it feels like we solve everything using hot glue, zip ties and duct tape, that would have been more than enough. Weren’t we surprised when we visited the shop. . . Holy crap, everything is here. Some of the machines are bigger than my apartment, and there’s even a swimming pool ! I’m pretty sure everyone has written about all the great machines, because, yeah, they are great, but to me, the most important aspect of being an AiR at the pier was the people. The shop staff who not only teach you how to use the machines, but also have enough collective experience to help you solve any kind of material/machining/construction problem. Want to vacuum form foam? No problem. Want to glue glass to cement? Someone has done it before. Want to weld titanium? Easy. Having access to the tools is good, but having people that know how to use them is even more awesomenest. The same is true for the CAD people who help you set up and use all kinds of modeling and design software. Not only that, but they get excited when you use their software. Not having had a lot of experience with 3D modeling prior to my residency, it was a great opportunity to learn it using Fusion 360. Another very special group of people were the other AiRs. The ones that came in with us (Anouk, Alex, U-Ram, Adrien, Paolo, Scott, Mikaela) and the ones that were already there when we arrived (Andy, Aaron, Rima, Andreas, Ben). What a diverse crowd. It was great to get to know everybody, and also to be able to share experiences and expertise. I don’t even know how many times Paolo and Andy saved me from searching for “metal thing with a hole” or “thing with a thing inside” on google, because they knew exactly what I was looking for. Invaluable! Sometimes it’s a bit tricky to explain your project and get everyone excited about it, because everyone has such a diverse background and set of interests, but learning how to talk about our projects from different perspectives was a challenge that I enjoyed. And, last but not least, the IRL Instructables community; another very diverse, active and enthusiastic group of people at the pier. I don’t know how they do it, but it seems like they are always happy, and making cookies. The sum of all of these people is something awesome. There’s always something interesting going on at the Pier (even at night and on the weekends), which sometimes can be a bit distracting, but also motivating. I will sorely surely miss them all.
Topic by thiagohersan | last reply
My residency on the Pier lasted from January through June 2014, a total of six incredibly busy months, during which time I built a 3D printer with an un-bounded build volume and a low cost metal laser sintering 3D printer. It took nearly three months to learn to handle the overwhelming potential of each new day on the Pier. The Pier is such a focal point of creative energy and flux-- every day the Pier hosts thought leaders in design, fabrication, art, and engineering. I've never seen such a critical density of talent. In the residency program, I had the unique opportunity to collaborate with fashion designers, furniture makers, illustrators, and other engineers with a freedom and agility that I've never seen anywhere else. In one of many sudden collaborations, Anouk Wipprecht returned from a trip to LA and showed me an SLS 3D printed tentacle that she was considering using in a dress she was designing. I began thinking about FDM-printable compliant mechanisms and designed a tentacle more compatible with the fabrication process. Mikaela Holmes then saw the tentacles that I was printing and based on her input, I ran a couple more iterations. She then showed Paolo Salvagione these more developed designs, who in turn took it even further by adding servo-actuation to automate the piece's motion. Mikaela then iterated on the concept for several weeks, and settled on a multimaterial Objet fabrication process to make her amazing blossoming headdress. This kind of interaction could only have happened in the residency program. The other striking thing about the Pier is the learning infrastructure that surrounds each machine and process. Residents can get trained up on a machine under the instruction of the shop staff who have put together amazing documentation surrounding each machine (just see Dan Vidokavich's Haas VF-2SS video series). Tools, it turns out, aren't very useful unless you know how to use them and the Pier is full of extremely knowledgeable folks who always teaching through even the smallest actions. It's a very positive and healthy culture of always giving each other a hand. I have also never encountered so much support for realizing such personal projects. Noah Weinstein and Vanessa Sigurdson made sure no obstacle was insurmountable. When I needed to move my 3D metal printer prototype briefly off the Pier, Noah immediately located additional space and helped me move my prototype that weekend. Julia Cabral, Autodesk's environmental health and safety officer was also an amazing resource and advisor to my metal printer project, which involved high voltage, high powered lasers, explosive materials, and pressurized gases. Not only did Julia do tons of research to advise on proper sealing, venting, material selection, and gas sensing techniques, she also helped me draw up all the associated safety protocols for operating the prototype machine. I'd recommend the residency program to artists, designers, and engineers alike. The human and fabrication resources tare unparalleled and reside in a spectacular culture based on respect, openness, and mutual support.
Topic by andreasbastian | last reply
Mega Man 9 is back! A classic nintendo game is back on the wii. This great game has been going through some rough times with newer versions going 3D and ruining the game play. What ever happened to side scrolling video games? These platform games may be something that many people haven't seen in years, but it's hard to deny their appeal with The original Mario leading the way in game sales with over 40 million sold. If you haven't seen it yet check out this trailer for this awesome game yet, here it is: `-fan tattoo via: mega tattoo
Topic by lamedust | last reply
IT IS POSTED! https://www.instructables.com/id/Radioactives_knex_SPEC_9_sniper_rifle/https://www.instructables.com/community/SR_v2_update/Here is a new gun that i will post (if you say u want it) AND keep. it is a big upgrade to the SPEC-9 pistol in range and decency. this will be posted both here and on knex innovationfull credit goes to oompa-loompa for the ammopartial credit goes to killerk for the bipodPROS-Better range than all my other guns combined (the house is not big enough to determine the range)-a slingshot-a great alternative to the SR-V1 for the piece-deprived-has modes for power or accuracy-uses a special barrel that has friction only where it's needed (this is achieved by putting the barrel upside-down except for the two parts closest to the trigger)-great range-to-parts ratio-new bipod can pivot around-rubberband does not fly off the gunCONS-terrible range compared to other slingshots (but the rubberband WAS stretched to the maximum)-bipod does not fold up-edit: now it does-the barrel has a weak point EDIT- PROBLEM SOLVEDshould i post?
Topic by DJ Radio | last reply
Because speed appears to a popular theme among origami aircraft designers, I have decided to direct this new paper airplane contest--(PAC9) in their direction, in hopes of seeing even more innovative instructables from them. For this contest, the specifications are for a fast, long range paper airplane. Requirements: 1. Aircraft Requirements: • Ability to: (A) fly at least 50 feet; and ( B ) fly at a speed of 20 feet per second (~6 meters per second) • Durability to fly at least 20 flights • Use of less than 3 inches (0.0762) of tape in construction • Use of 1 piece or less of 8.5 by 11 inch (A4) paper in construction • Other permitted materials are a large paper clip and up to 3 staples • Aircraft must be named 2. Instructable Requirements: • 1 page (not the intro page) strictly devoted to materials required in construction • 1 page explaining how to fly the aircraft • The instructable’s license must be: "Attribution Non-commercial Share Alike (by-nc-sa)" • This sentence and link must be displayed on your entry's intro page: “This instructable is an entry in Paper Airplane Contest 9.” Prizes: For this contest I will award the publishers of the top 5 performing paper airplanes* one patch each. Each patch will feature its respective aircraft, rather than medals. The first place winner will also receive a 1 Year Instructables.com Pro membership if his/her plane meets or exceeds all specifications. *Multiple entries are allowed. To keep the distribution of prizes wide however, each entrant can only win one prize. In the event of multiple winning entries, the higher ranking entry will be named. How to Enter: To enter this contest, you must send me a private message entitled “My PAC9 Paper Airplane [Your Member Name Here]” with your instructable’s URL included. I will then put the link and author's name onto a list on this topic under "Entries". Judging: I will judge all the planes myself based on their abilities. I have decided to test this way because I believe judging on performance and suitability, rather than shape, is a more objective approach. The launch height of all test flights is 5 feet above ground level. The contest begins Thursday, September 29, 2011 and ends Friday, October 28, 2011. Entries must be published before Friday, October 28, 2011. From October 28 to November 1, I will be judging all entries. I will announce the winners of the contest on Tuesday, November 2, 2011 and issue them their prizes Wednesday, November 3, 2011. Entries:
Topic by OrigamiAirEnforcer | last reply
It is the last Friday of the month again and you know what that means...Build Day!!! It is another crazy kitchen day at Pier 9 while everyone runs around making their own delicious dish! Check back to see what tasty dishes they have cooked up today! Projects in the works! Tote Bags Curly Fries Pasta Curry What are you guys making today?
Topic by Penolopy Bulnick
The annual Autodesk Artists in Residence Exhibition was held at Pier 9 in San Francisco from January 22-24, 2015. Check out some of the projects and learn more about the Artists in Residence (AiR) program here. (To see all AiR Instructables, follow the Artist in Residence group.) "Best art opening ever!" Some snaps from the evening: Photos by Brad Avery, Charlie Nordstrom, and Sherry Wong.
Topic by xxlauraxx
Ahh here it goes! Alright , this is my review for the FX-9 Pistol V1.2 made my Killer~SafeCracker. It is a 9 round sidearm with decent strength. it is 5 layers thick. It shoots gray connectors. Now lets go down to the pros and cons: Pros: 9 round magazine True trigger Internal Ram Guide Comfy Nice, Easy Ram Pull-back Reliable Strong Cons: 15 ft Range With One Band Jams Occasionally Not To Easy To Find A Place To Attach The Mag Band To Somewhat Awkward Trigger Pull Alright now we will do the scoring: Strength: 8/10 Range:6/10 Durability:10/10 Capacity:10/10 Trigger:7/10 Comfort:10/10 Accuracy:8/10 ROF: 10/10 Looks:10/10 Inovation: 8/10 Total:87/100 Great gun K~SC!
Topic by lioneatr | last reply
I own a samsung series 9 ultrabook and a few days ago some of the keys on the keyboard stopped working. Almost all of the function keys wont work and several letter keys, as well as backspace, escape, and enter. I have no idea why this is happening. The only inkling i might have is that microsoft intelipoint may have installed a weird keyboard driver on my laptop and now it's messed up but i was never notified of a driver update. I have used a wireless keyboard for the computer for a while now so i don't think it has anything to do with a driver from that. anyone help please? samsung series 9 3d gen intel core model 900x windows 7 64-bit thanks for your time :)?
Question by bobert610 | last reply
I have a small r/c tank that is 6 volts .the problem with it is it is made to take CR123A 3 volt camera batteries .which run about 5-7 dollars each .i could by rechargeable ones for 50 but i thought it would be easier and more cost effective to convert it to run on a nine volt rather then four AA or AAA .not just do to the cost but also because the space limitations i know how to solder and built circuits if i have a schematic provided .so could anyone provide me with a small circuit schematic or is it just in need or putting a resistor in between the terminals?
Question by somebullcrap | last reply
I just got TF2, and I wanted a copy of Garry's Mod to go with it. However, I was too lazy to pay for it, so I got the free version of it. However, it said that I SPECIFICALLY needed HL2, HL2 Deathmatch, And CS:S. I've restarted Steam, but it doesn't appear on my Games list. Do I really need those games mentioned before, or will any Source game do? Thanks.
Question by GearsOfAwesome | last reply
I am thrilled to announce that Instructables Build Nights have returned with a vengeance. And our amazing new friends at The reMake Lounge are going to help host them and a host of upcoming Instructables workshops.We invite one and all to come and bring whatever it is you are working on or would like to swap. If you're not working on anything there will be a YUDU (silkscreen machine) there for people to experiment with and a host of materials and tools like soldering irons and craft supplies. I will also be bringing an Arduino to play around with and would happily give anyone a crash course on how to use one for the upcoming Arduino Contest.Meet and mingle with local makers. Learn, share, explore and have fun! It will be just like the internet, but in real life! Festivities start at 5:30. The Remake Lounge is located atCrocker Galleria 50 Post St. Suite 9San Francisco, CA 94104 (Ground level near Sutter St. Entrance!)We look forward to seeing you!
Topic by randofo | last reply
So, I am so comfortable right now. I'm drinking Mountain Dew and listening to Breaking Benjamin at 9:57 in the morning. It's very relaxing. What makes you feel awesome? It can be a mix of 2 things or just one thing.
Topic by Flumpkins | last reply
I'm about to assemble a DB-9 to USB controller converter so I can play a few old Sega Genesis games again with my Genesis controller. I've decided that I want to try housing it in an Altoids tin, but I'm worried about creating a short.
Question by Xial | last reply
As you may or may not know. I have been working on a series of guns called FX-9 since January of 09. I have recently decided that I have made all the guns I can under that name. Don't get me wrong I'll still be making guns just not under the name FX-9.Here are all of the guns in the series:https://www.instructables.com/id/FX_9_Sniper_Rifle/https://www.instructables.com/id/FX_9_Crossbow/https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-FX-9-Pistol-V12/https://www.instructables.com/id/FX-9-TAW-or-Tactical-Assault-Weapon/https://www.instructables.com/id/FX-9-Crossbow-V25/https://www.instructables.com/id/FX-9-Beast-Pistol/So now that I'm done with the FX-9 series I will be working on a series called the Thunderbolt series. This series of guns will be meant for war only. So keep an eye out for the Thunderbolt series.Thanks for readingKiller~SafeCracker
Topic by Killer~SafeCracker | last reply
Introducing the first of its kind..........The FMG-9 folding gun!This gun folds up into a breif case size,and then opens up to be a shooting gun!check it out becasue it dident show up on most recent...https://www.instructables.com/id/Knex-FMG-9-Folding-Gun/
Topic by TeacherOfTheWays | last reply
This is killer~safecrackers fx-9 crossbow v2.5 review. comfort: 9/10 - comfy handle with 3 foregrips. power: 10/10 - since its a crossbow its very powerfull. looks: 7/10 - it looks ok... could be better tho. innovation: 9/10 - new trigger and 3 foregrips. accuracy: 8/10 - its got a good bit of accuracy. piece usage: 8/10 - it doesnt use lots of pieces. strenght: 8/10 - its quite stong, but the bow could be improved. reliabilty: 9/10 - good trigger, means great reliabilty. overall: 68/80 - great crossbow from killer~safecracker. its worth building!
Topic by ~KGB~ | last reply
"Inside Instructables' Kooky, Creative Warehouse Wondershop" "There's a place where artists can create whatever they want, using the most advanced equipment on the planet. It's in San Francisco (of course). In a warehouse (of course)." Come read the article to hear more about the Pier and what some of the Artist in Residence are up to!
Topic by Penolopy Bulnick | last reply
Calling all you that know and enjoy making circuits. Here is my problem. This is too bulky of a solution with a relay switch and 12v battery pack. https://www.instructables.com/id/DC-Low-Voltage-LIght-Sensor-Switch/ What I would like is a 9 volt input and 9 volt output. Actually, whatever the input should equal output. So if I connect 3 v battery, I want 3 v output. Right now I need 9 volt in = 9 volt out. No Relays!!! Simple and clean circuit board only. The LED can't be soldered to the board. I need the capability of extending from the board with wire to adapt to my needed projects. On another note, if you know of something already on the market, please send a link. I will be happy to make the purchase. OH... no modules that need a microcontroller. Need a stand alone module. Thanks! Looking forward to hearing back soon. The Water Dog
Topic by DiyWaterDog | last reply
I've seen a great deal of portable breadboard PSU's that output 5 volts from a 9 volt battery, and I find these fantastic! However, I was curious...is there any way to refine this futher down to get a steady 3.3 volts? I would like it to be something close to the system that sath02 has made here as it not only better suites my nees, but makes sense to me. Thanks in advance!
Question by DoctorWoo | last reply
Hi guys! i'm going to make a double barrel shotgun , and yes, NINE LAYERS THICK!!! it will cost me some time, but i'm almost 100% sure it will be a shorty, it may shoot and it may not it will also use my secret break action system that does not acquire hingers or ball joints! it might be disturbing to flip it(flip and close) but i'll try and it might take a loooong time, and maybe i'll try my best!
Topic by Kona-chan | last reply
I am new to robotics. I want to make a robot using Arduino Uno R3. I need to use Gear Motor 9 for that The problem is that motor needs 50mA current. But arduino only outputs only 40mA current. I want to supply the motors with another power source and use a switch to connect both the circuits. Can you please tell me what type of switch I can use. Thanks in Advance. P.S. Sorry if I used any wrong technical terms
Topic by sampath_o2 | last reply
Https://www.instructables.com/id/Make-a-24X6-LED-matrix/ I have successfully made a 24 * 9 led matrix following the instructions on above link, which when I use with an arduino from a serial monitor I am able to display a scrolling text. However l want when one types a text and or numbers -maximum seven, they should be displayed permanently or stationary except of course if one decides to change the text and send again from the serial monitor. Kindly can someone send a full code for the task. I suppose you will change and update the code from the above link. My email address is : firstname.lastname@example.org
Topic by NJORO1975 | last reply
Yes, a win for consumerism, the economy is saved.So which side of the bell curve do you think these shoppers fell on?
Topic by Tool Using Animal | last reply
Interactivos? @ Eyebeam: June 26 - August 9Better Than the Real Thing: Call for CollaboratorsMay 30: Call for Collaborators Deadline | June 3: Notification of acceptanceWe're pleased to announce that we (Eyebeam fellows, residents and staff) have selected nine projects--from the 60-plus submitted applications--to be realized during a two-week workshop in late June.But we need help, and that's where you come in. We are now recruiting collaborators--artists, engineers, musicians, programmers, designers, and hackers--to help bring these projects to life. While this position is unpaid, it is an opportunity to work with international artists including current Eyebeamers Zachary Lieberman, Taeyoon Choi, Jeff Crouse, Friedrich Kirschner, and others. Collaborators will participate in skill-based workshops, and attend public lectures and associated events, and be an integral part of the production of exciting new interactive projects. The completed projects will be included in Eyebeam's Summer 2008 exhibition. All collaborators will be credited in the exhibition for their roles in the realization of the projects.To be considered, send us a letter outlining your skill set and what you think you could contribute to the workshops, with a CV (word documents or pdfs only please, no image attachments) to interactivosinfo AT eyebeam DOT org by May 26. Selected collaborators will be notified May 29.Interactivos? was initiated two years ago by the Medialab-Prado program and the Madrid City Council. This is the first time it has taken place outside Spain.The full list of projects, and further detail on the kind of collaborative help we are looking for, can be found here:Interactivos? @ Eyebeam: June 26 - August 9
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