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WOW! I couldn’t stop reading and am totally impressed. Thanks so much for the share!Brilliantly done
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"A very interesting project. It can be useful for assessing the "ventilation" and sanitary cleanliness of the premises. Success to the author!"(For those that want to know)
Most enlightening read. I think I will be attempting this in the future just as a case study in air space.
Hats off to you!! I thought the project might seem a little old and mouldy but it turned out Gouda! I say you are the head cheese when it comes to cheese hats! I'm looking forward to the next project, Old Fort!
The explaination is what I loved the most. I can definitely say I have a better understanding of volumetric, sound management, and acoustics in general. Thanks for the great instructional.
Your step 1 photos are HILARIOUS! Man, it made me think how much fun it would be joking around on the actual template size and shaping. You definitely got me with the fun photos. I think I'm going to make a version of this for my kids (less cardboard needed) :-D
I'm gobsmacked.... great great work!! Thanks so much for sharing
TD56, Sorry to read. I'm glad things have been manageable and I really wish the best for you and your hubby. Stay safe and be well.... (from your fellow subjects of the Crown in Canada) :-)
Oh man... this is so beautifully done and instructed that I got all excited about it like I made it. I'm pretty sure I'm going to make a variation changing some of the materials so as to reduce the time. I am looking at getting some of those clay roof shingles to give me a starting point.... I'll update more once I get my act together.
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I wonder... if that is a serial interface, then any wire will do with a few twists to remove crosstalk but parallel interfaces are more susceptible to noise interference. And something like these glasses would accommodate wiring and routing. Hmm... lots of problems to overcome.I wonder if you can connect the display to a low powered bluetooth sender/receiver and then connect it remotely like that... this would eliminate the need to "upgrade" the system hardware and would reduce the weight on the glasses and maximize the battery life. Oh my head is swimming with ideas.
Just so you know, I strictly come here for the techie projects.... this one by far is the most amazing one for me and I absolutely love it!
TD56, I think that due to the fact that this is a complete paper/cardboard project, there's not much you can do to weather/water proof it. The sun will make the hot glue hot and delaminate, and the water in the air (either rain or fog or morning dew) would soak the paper to the point of mold/moss growing. This is strictly my opinion and not fact.I do think the interior can be replicated with other materials but they have to be sun/heat resistant, and so will the glue and the paint. For sure you can use a wire mesh (chicken wire) from a hardware store and put some concrete around it to make a "stone" effect and both are sun and rain resistant but I don't know what material would suffice in the "house" portion of the project.Hope that helps a little.
Sorry TD56, I’m not the creator of the project. Just a fellow enthusiast that was providing some insight. 🙂
You are Dr. Frankenstein and your monster is amazing. :-DReally well thought out project and great photos. I'm amazed about the clear OLED screen and wonder what a horizontal rotation would do to the whole project.
I wonder if you could modify that "floppy" drive to be the actual SD card but using an extender.....
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GREAT JOB!! Beautiful work. I loved reading the whole instructable with the pictures. Great journey.Two questions:1. Shouldn't the battery box have some ventilation to prevent off gassing of hydrogen into the camper?2. Shouldn't the camper have a metal bumper to prevent the tender wooden edges from being demolished if someone accidentally rear-ends you?
Awesome project, thanks for documenting and sharing!!
Right? I'm afraid if I did this, lots of pears would be killed in the learning process. :-D
Does anyone get "the Rock" movie sensation when seeing this? Love this project. Well done!
Thanks... I was going mental looking at the schematic and wondering what I was doing wrong. My head hurt going back and forth. Still a great instructable.
I just tried this based on the diagram and it didn't seem to work. Then I used your breadboard example and that worked. I noticed that you have a straight positive going into the emitter which isn't your diagram. You have the LED connected to the emitter.
Thanks... also... great help for me on this whole instructional. Refreshed all my electronics education.