Can someone PLZ make a lego portal turret wit simple common peices!
Topic by stupidninja 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Question by monsterlego 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Here is your opprtunity to make a young gamer the happiest kid on Christmas morning! We need a portal gun! Here is a link to what he wants and a photo. http://half-life.wikia.com/wiki/Aperture_Science_Handheld_Portal_Device
Question by gameboyzmom 7 years ago
Here are the .sldprt and .stl files for the projectFor those of you who do not have SolidWorks, you can get the e-drawings file (wcc.exe) instead. Just download it and open it - no special programs needed.
Topic by Zorink 11 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I want to build a prop/robot based of the persanality cores in portal/portal2 i want to make one of the ability is the persinality core to control a outside object via serial communications between arduinos i want to do this with a nano arduino and a arduino uno is this posible i would be really helpful
Question by noobduino 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
ok so basicly i want to make a portal gun prop for armogeddon expo in october but i want it to light up and make the 2 different sounds bassed on the colour of the lighting the image shows what i have so far i need to know what hardware i will need as well as info on how to go about it (if you havent guessed by now i have never attempted any microcontroller project ever)
Question by alex69 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
If you've played Portal then seeing this video brings everything full circle. The retro computers inspired the closing song "Still Alive" which has then inspired someone to recreate the song on retro computers. It's geektastic and was done on an Intel 8080 with a C64 sound chip.If you haven't played Portal yet and you're even remotely into games, then beg, borrow, or steal a few hours on a machine to play it. It's lovely. via bbgadgets
Topic by fungus amungus 11 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I bought Portal at my local Target, because I had heard of Garrys Mod. That was before I knew about Steam, however. When I tried to run my (free) copy of Garrys Mod, it said that it (Portal) was not an official copy. What do I do?
Question by GearsOfAwesome 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Hello this is Flapper501 asking a question MASSIVE SPOILER ALERT Who is The Evil Boss in Portal 2 , GLADoS or Wheatly Is GLADoS evil in the beginning when she makes Chell test, or is Wheatly evil when he abuses power. Or is Chell evil for putting Wheatly in charge?????????? Please Answer
Topic by flapper501 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
This AMAZING GLaDOS Robot was built by Nick Liksys (tabun.everypony.ru) is a 1:20 scale version of everyone's favorite AI sociopath from Portal 2. Nick has worked on her for one hour ever since the game came out and built her using servos, accelerometers, controllers, and thirty yards mounting wires. This is a truly fantastic reconstruction and her movements and voice match very accurately to the game. You can check out his photo link here: http://fotki.yandex.ru/users/mdevaev/album/188552/
Topic by SHIFT! 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have been working on a motion activated version of the mini portal turret from think geek. I am new to arduino, and have no idea where to start when it comes to programming! I have designed the circuit so that the led for the eye and the microcontroller that controls the voice are separate. My goal is to have a PIR detect the presence of a person, the turret to speak a single phrase, and the led to fade in and out. It will then wait 5 seconds, and if motion is detected, repeat the previous cycle. If no motion is detected, the led will fade out and stay off. If somebody could just get me started in the right direction, I would be very grateful!
Question by meanbean 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I'm making Chell's companion cube for part of a costume, and I want it to look scorched like it did at the end of the game. How can I achieve this effect? The cube is going to be constructed of simple materials like cardboard and foam. I've considered just going at it with black spray paint, but I'm not sure it'll be convincing. Help?
Question by HyperJive 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
It is cool game for computer
For some of the Insructables I've seen for tools they have put "Japanese Pull Saw" I dont know ewhere to get one and I really want to make the Portal turret Please help, Thank you... Your Friend, Atlas Portal 2
Question by Atlas Portal 2 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Last week, I constructed a prop ASHPD for my cosplay outfit for the Tokyo Game Show- being a generic male test subject. Considering the time crunch I had, I was not able to put as much detail into it as I would have liked. None the less, it came out pretty good. Now, I want to improve upon it. One of the upgrades I want to apply, I have no experience with. The layout of the circuit that I want is as follows: On/Off toggle switch. This is simply to preserve battery life. The device will also have 2 single press buttons, one for the blue portal, and the other for the orange portal. Upon pressing the blue button, a blue light will illuminate, and play the sound file associated with the firing of a blue portal. Once the button is released, the blue light needs to stay on, however, upon pressing the button again, it will play the sound again, without chaning the state of the light. The same needs to happen with the orange button- it turns off the blue light and turns on the orange light simultaneously, while playing the sound file associated with the firing of the orange portal. Again, pressing this button again needs to play the sound file again, without changing the state of the illuminated orange light. I currently own the toggle switch and the 2 buttons, as well as 2 rod lights designed for placement in a computer. I don't know if I will be able to cut the motherboard pin connector off and just solder the wires to the circuit. I'm assuming so.
Question by tburton3 7 years ago
I'm making a portal-themed project. It uses two wires, ethernet, and USB. I have a blue ethernet cable, so I thought it would be cool to have an orange USB. Anyone know a good way to recolor a cable's insulation? I thought painting would be imperfect, since the original black USB might show through. But if nobody has anything better, then I guess painting would have to be it. Thanks, and, as always, Don't Forget To Be Awesome! EDIT: Could I just use normal household paint?
Question by 4lifenerdfighter 7 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
When customising a PDF Printable, video portals come out the same as images, so when choosing not to print images it should logically follow that the image of a video is also unwanted! Surely a simple techo fix? Love my imagination being stirred even if I don't make a project - Thank you all!
Topic by alougable 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Hi! Im am starting work on building an interactive Portal/ Portal 2 Sentry turret. Im will use an Arduino for the programming, and would like it to play different sounds when being interacted with in different ways. I have 8 wav files, but I can convert them. I need to be able to program it so that each file is played at the right time. Thanks! Nicapizza
Question by Nicapizza 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I need help to build web page which can control devices connected to raspberry pi through I2c . For example if i connected some DAC IC with raspberry pi . i i should able to adjust that DAC value from web. Please help us
Topic by Logen 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hi All! I have a quick question, I want to move a servo in time with music and was wondering how best to do that with an arduino. I found someone on Instructables who made a talking skeleton open its mouth when the volume of the music rose above a certain point but just remapping the analog in signal from my wave shield is not moving the servo as smoothly as I would like, it just sort of jitters around. I guess this makes sense as the voltage changes quite a bit to create an audio wave form. I have a wire from R7 on my wave shield plugged into an analog port. Would the MSGEQ7 chip be the best way to accomplish my goal or is there another way? If anyone is curious I am attempting to move the arms of a portal turret in time to the turret opera. Thanks for your time, -ookid
Question by Modarius 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Question by 007towelie 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
So i posted a instructable and its been a week and nothing, is it a screening error or just that no one has seen it.
Topic by Atlas Portal 2 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Yes, I haven't been here for quite a while. I've been working on my site and making cartoons and music.Since I haven't been here for a while I'll link you to my cartoons and music.Hosted on Newgrounds.com for now while my site is under construction.Newgrounds profile:http://dragonblue80.newgrounds.com/Cartoons:http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/484572http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/485622Music:http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/217616http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/217641http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/218106I'm also looking into making a DeviantArt profile.
Topic by Radioactv Biohazard 10 years ago
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Topic by jessyratfink 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I've just finished v1.0 of my Instructable about making your own blog, from scratch, and I was wondering who here has a blog, writes to a blog, or runs a content management system of any kind.I have been a blogger in numerous blogs in the past, i'm currently co-building a new blog with a friend, and I've owned and ran (before passing on) about 4 blogs. What's your experience?
Topic by lifelong-newbie 10 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Hi all, If you remember, i once made a 'super sized' version of the chatroom, but, when the updated mod controlled room was put in place, the link was severed..UNTIL NOW! (click here to enjoy chatroom goodness)one quiet day at work, and a slash of creativity, and the new chatroom was born.New features compared to the normal chatroom are..Wider, bigger chatroomBuilt in up to date Mod listBuilt in 'profile' frame, so you can access your ibles account while in the chatroom Be sure to check it out, feel free to use it, and most importantly, suggest ways to improve it!Thanks to Do_Not_Turn_Off_The_Power whom happened to be in the chatroom when i was building it, and helped me with a few mistakes.Enjoy,gmjhowe - your faithful chatroom mod
Topic by gmjhowe 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Sorry if this is the wrong section i am new this is my first post ok i have an old samsung tv and its to expensive to repair my parents are throwing it out i love opening and fixing electronics and i want to know how to make a portable speaker that plugs into headphone jack for pick 1 and a speaker that can be plugged into wall and a battery charges so when i unplug from wall it still plays until battery dies and i need to charge again.? there is a black and a red wire on all the speakers attached are pics or speakers small are obviously going to be the portable ones and the big square one is the wall charging rechargeable battery one. i want the be able to play music through a jack or iphone/ipod connector? also if anyone has any ideas of what i can do with the rest of the tv let me know
Topic by conair08 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
What I want to do is set up a switch so that every time it is toggled, one of two sounds are played on a speaker (which I also don't know how to connect). How would I go about doing this? This is for a homemade Aperture Science Handheld Dual Portal Device.
Topic by elementcollector1 7 years ago
Hey Instructabrarians! SHIFT! here to give you all of the semi-recent goings on at Instructables Laboratories! Last week, our facility opened it's doors to our newest team member Mikeasaurus! He's been a long time user and fan of the site (you might remember him from such classic 'ibles like Wristwatch Turntables, the very Blade Runner-esque Umbrella Light, and most recently the popular Magnetic Putty ) and we are pleased to have him join us. So far, he's done a terrific job helping me out with shipping out packages as well as being a fantastic go to guy for any Photoshop editing needs! As for me, awhile ago for one of our in-house contests, I was looking for unique ways to liven up our lab at Instructables HQ. My inspiration finally from a picture of the iconic cake, from the first Portal game, that hangs – on our bathroom door. I thought it would be really fun to create some kind of companion piece alongside it, and decided to make a couple of themed papercraft models based on the game. For my first craft I decided to make something that would help protect Instructables’ top secret information from unwanted intruders and rogue test subjects. “Hey”, I thought, “why not the militaristic Turret defenses?” This deadly craft was designed by deviantart’s billybob884 using Pepakura software. He has done some amazing work with papercrafts and Portal and was responsible for designing my amazing GLaDOS papercraft I enlarged 24 X for our recent Game.Life Contest. (“Oh, So NOW you’re going to mention Me? [[=REDACTED=]], you Monster.”) Next, I constructed a tiny 1- inch craft, the fan favorite friendly Companion Cube, desktop edition for our editor-in-chief zazenergy. This craft was designed by user Moony for the /po/ board on 4chan.com Just the thing to help zazenergy with some normal day to day testing! Finally I created the FrankenTurret that was featured in Portal 2 which (spoiler alert) is a horrific combination of the Aperture Science Weighted Storage Cube. This cool miniature craft, however, came from digitprop.com and was given to Mikeasaurus, who is another fellow Portal fan of our lab. I also have future plans for a fully functioning one and plan to submit it to our Simplebots curator and designer Randofo sometime soon. Anyway, I love Portal and Papercrafts so this seemed like a perfect combination to me. I have a few more Full-Scale versions for some of our upcoming contests, so that should be really interesting. -SHIFT! EDIT: I had pictures of Mike in our office, but can't seem to find them anywhere, sadly.
Topic by SHIFT! 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
After seeing www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/487585, I learned that they used iStopMotion for the graphics. Also, I was able to play on a Mac, and I have to say, I kinda dig it. Is there anyway possible for me to install the Apple OS on my computer and still keep my current OS (Windows XP)?
Question by MrL33TPenguin 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I downloaded gmod 10 and portal as a source game but when i load gmod it acts like it about go to the main gmod screen because it setting render pionts or something like that but then it just dosent load and it goes back to my regular computer screen help me what do i do????!!!!
Question by roblox1492 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Ok so I am having problems with minecraft so I need your help is there a game LIKE minecraft wich runs on the 3D engines Unity or Java where you can mine and bulid and you have to deafeat hostiles <--- (not needed) and it is a free roam and it HAS TO be free Just give me something like minecraft and is 3D and ill take it
Question by Atlas Portal 2 7 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Wooden Necktie Build a Mongolian Yurt Racing Mower Portal Cake is a Lie Make Beer Guitar Tube Amp Double Helix Lantern Wood-Fired Hot Tub Steampunk Bonsai Lamp DIY Solar Setup Shopping Cart Bike Honey Bee Habitat Trigger Green Lights Fluorescent Floor Lamp Build a Cajon Drum
Topic by randofo 8 years ago