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Yep. It's not going to be effective when an alcoholic breaks into your house. That's the first thing they'll take! Hide valuables in a secret compartment that's in your cat litter box. Nobody wants to dig around in there.
You were born on "27 April 2021"?
It worked out well for Mu-Tron when they got involved.
No brakes? Well, way to commit, soldier...
My thoughts exactly. There is no explanation or pictures of what this is actually setting on top of to make it "work". What do the joysticks control? Unknown. There is never even a picture or description of what type of object actually goes through the maze (metal ball, rubber ball, mouse, etc). I have a sneaky suspicion this doesn't actually do anything.
Yes, it is frustrating that they purposely continue to put this coating on things, when it is a well-known fact that it turns into sticky garbage after a few years. And it is not the result of any environmental exposure; the coating is just designed that way. They bank on you throwing out your sticky stuff to buy new products. What a racket. Anyway, I've found that non-chlorinated brake cleaner does quick work of dissolving this stuff. Since the manufacturers don't care about the environment, I feel there's little harm in using a toxic substance to get rid of the goo, instead of throwing the whole item in a land fill.
This is great! I'm especially impressed with the PCB layout and soldering. The only part I would worry about is the durability of the face. Have you considered maybe making a "crystal" by pouring some EnviroTex over the top to seal it?
Great idea! Everybody always goes for stars in the ceiling, why not the floor? I see this having some great commercial applications as well. Using fibre optic is very smart since it can wear down with the floor and won't be damaged, unlike tiny LED bulbs.
Ah, Rice Bubbles. I especially like their three mascots: finger click, wood fire sound, and gaseous detonation.
Now why don't you make like a tree, and get outta here.
Looks like the iVCam client software is only available for Windows 7 or higher.