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Thanks for this. I just came form a Fusion discussion board, where it would was stated, that something like this couldn't be done :-) We do it anyway :-)
Repurpose Optical Drive With RPi
Nice stilts.Some may find it easier to get the hang of, if you 'twist' you arms around the stilts.This means, having your arms in front of the stilts. They are sort resting in (or right behind) your arm pit. that way, you get 3 contact points on each stilt, instead of 2, and the force forward your body excerts on the stilts, is 'blocked' by your shoulders, instead of having to use arm strength.I can see from your construction, that it will only work on the lower pegs, though. Anyway, that's how I learned to use stilts. :-)this image shows it:http://denstoredanske.dk/@api/deki/files/71860/=Kopi_af_juli_2010_045.jpg
Xy Plotter Using Arduino
Brilliant... Looks very very good... Especially the hidden hinges and spaces... Nice Work!
That's really, really cool.... the 6 mm, is that the maximum width of the material you can cut? or does it cut away 6mm material?
Cool (and evil) idea. How do you prevent the bars from being unscrewed from the nuts in the bottom? are they glued on to the nuts (ooh, that came out sounding wrong :-) ) To add to the sinisterness, I think it would be possible to add some small plates on the top, connecting the bars in a random pattern, thus having the "victim" unscrew the nuts in a random order....Thanks for the idea. I hope I get to use it soon.
YES! This is exactly what I have been looking for Thank you so much.
This is quite cool... I think I will try to replicate... I really like the invetivenes behind the layered plexiglass build... Very cool indeed.Thanks for sharingMorten
This is actually brilliant!I am definately going to build one of these...Thank you for the inspiration
This is AWESOME! I have a few of these cases lying around... Now I know what to do with at least one of them... If I ever get the time :-/
Hi.I don't think your construction method is correct. 1) The line from the point should be perpenducular to the line CD2) you should then mark two spots above and below E respectively, on the perpendicular line.3) from these point you should make parts of circles that intersect, on both sides of the perpendicular line to get two points, from which you can draw the line.I hope the pictures below explain it.Best regards, Morten
Nice! I made a similar robot with my Crafts-class, but we added a personal touch to the strings, because the kids had to braid their own string from cotton yarn. It's another way of putting some colours on the little fellas. .-)
Nice! These are cool games. I think it would be an eyeopener for many kids, that you can actually make a game with only a single line of pixels, in one color.I could also imagine a kind "climber" game, where you control a pixel, and the objects fall on you from above. The "warning" should be that leds will flash shortly before the "obstacle" reaches the player. the player then has to move away from the obstacle.Obstacles will be coming faster and faster and/or get bigger...
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This is very, very cool! I love these vintage-style games, that resemble old analog, manually powered games, but tweaked with modern electronics.I think I am going to try a hand at this one, and maybe spice it up with to sets of beeps. The lower beep and the higher beep, where the higher beep allows for shooting, but players do not now when it occurs. maybe 3 lower beeps and the the high beep, or 5 lows before the high one.Maybe adding a "you must press this button until the high beep rings, to combine reaction time, with speed of movement...But nicely done.
Very nice. Thanks!Cool idea with the "peephole" :-)
Are you serious? YOU choose to follow an instructable that others have used with success, and when YOU break your parts, then the author, being maybe thousands of miles away, is responsible?Oh, and it is called "secondly" and you don't put a comma after an exclamation mark.
Works like a charm.Thanks:-)Thnal
Remove the random links at the end of YOUR video.