Hi All..... Please help me to know how call this sector (please see photo) and possible to change back color to other color ,if yes please help me how to do that..Thank you in advance. lam
Asked by lam 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
I'm talking about the white adhesive stuff that comes in a big pink bucket with a black lid. Laticrete premium mastic adhesive. It is a really great adhesive but I want it to be some other color than extremely bright white. I wonder if oil paint or acrylic paint or something could be added to it to change it's color. Thank you for any thoughts -foo
Asked by foobear 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I have a sketch that I scanned onto my computer, and I want to color it in GIMP. the only problem is, when I try to select an area to fill with color (using the foreground select tool) whenever I then click on the icon for the paint brush or bucket fill tool, the selected area becomes de-selected (if that makes any sense). I've only recently switch from photoshop to GIMP, so any input and advice is greatly appreciated.
Asked by a.nony.mouse 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
So apparently, I was never actually tested for this as child.... It's only recently that I've discovered this too o.0 Test for Color BlindnessPersonally, I have issues with reds. Show me two shades of red, right next to each other... And I won't be able to tell the difference.... On the "5" plate closer to the bottom of the page, I first saw an "S" :/If you didn't read it --- if you're a male, you're more likely to be color blind than your female counterpart....
Posted by trebuchet03 11 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I have recently bought two 7 color blinking LED's from RadioShack and learned how to make them change colors and such. I have figured out that if you put a momentary push button switch (with 4 pins) onto the "switch" pin to ground you can get it to change to a solid color then to the cycling of all colors forever. I have two of them set up in parallel, they both start at the same time but slowly become out of sync. Can anyone recommend anything I can do to keep them in sync? I plan on putting these in my car someday as floor lights and it would be nice to have all the lights change color at the same time and not have to keep pressing the darn button over and over again to reset the LED. Any other tips regarding LED's would be appreciated. I am kind of a noob at this so please try and "dumb it down" so I can understand. I am only just grasping the basics of hobby electronics but am very eager to learn more. Actually, any tips in general that any hobby electronics enthusiast should know would be nice. Link to LED discription: http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3060680. Part #: 276-016
Posted by Wally_Z 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hello! For a project that i will transform into an instructable I would need a color with following properties: - Stick to metal - Possible to remove using solvents - Water resistant - possibly sprayable - Protect sprayed material from direct contact with water. (not long term.. half an hour is enough.. ) - NOT heat resistant. if heated the color should be damaged and come off the metal without the use of any solvents. - must be as dark as possible any Idea of what could be used? Thanks!
Posted by sharkyenergy 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I ran across this today and thought it was worth sharing. I hope I can find ants with transparent stomachs to try this with this summer. It would take a lot of ant wrangling, but getting them lined up as a color wheel would be the coolest thing ever (I'm fighting the urge to just photoshop it.) Short story is that a scientist fed ants different color syrup and you can see it through their abdomens, pretty sweet... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2022765/The-ants-multi-coloured-abdomens-exactly-theyve-eating.html
Posted by Tomdf 5 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
How do i color homemade surf wax and how do i make it smell different?
I'm improving a published project over the weekend. I'm thinking it might be nice to use colored font (for distinction) on the specific improvement/changes/inclusions. Is this possible using the rich editor or by inserting html code? If it is possible, what color would you recommend?
Asked by bajablue 6 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
I recently bought something that has a color changing LED in it. That LED has only two pins. When I look at radioshack, they have color changing LEDs that have two pins with mode, so three pins. Where can I buy two pin color changing LEDs without mode. They do have that type of LED.
Asked by alpe_97 7 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
How many instructables do you need to have for a certain color ranking? You know, where it has a hand and it says "9 instructables" or something? What are the rankings?
Asked by Jessie Marie 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Asked by r49417 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Why does the color near somebody's icon (that shows the number of instructables that they have posted) vary? I wonder this because mine used to be red, then I posted about 5 more instructables and it changed to orange. does it have to do with the number posted? (like if you post 5-10 it is green, 11-15 it is orange, so on?)
Asked by freeza36 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I use acryllics, and I try to mix from the basics rather than buy a tube of paint for every specific color I need. I would like to paint some military miniatures, and I need mil-spec colors. I don't want to purchase a hundren dollars woth of paint to do this.
Asked by hardlec 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I would like a "timed" LED Color Sequencer. So instead of a board that flips between leds or strobes I want it to stay in a color for a couple of minutes. Ex: green for 3mins, then fade to red for 3mins, then fade to blue for 3mins then fade back to green.. Time as 3mins is just a example but must be for a longer period then just a fade and longer then just a couple of sec. It must be driven with small batteries, must be driven on its own so no interference of people as a touchpad to switch/fade.How would one do such a idea, do I need to have a microproc or can I skip that ?
Asked by captm99 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Hey guys, I'm kinda new. Please tell me how you make a menu in batch that has, for example, a different color for each option. I've seen it done in MUDs such as BallteTech., picture down below. I have been trying to figure out how, but I don't know if it is even possible... Thank you! P.S. I'm not advertising, it's not even mine, nor do I claim it as mine or have anything to dow ith the game BattleTech itself. I'm only using it as an example. All credits go to their owners, blah blah...
Asked by TheBatchies 8 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
So i'm selling a broken gameboy color that i took apart to try and make a mp3 player out of it. Then i realized, i have no idea what im doing, no soldering iron, nothing. i started to put it back together, then it slipped out of my hands, and a wire came out and broke or somethign i dont know. Everything else is fine but that little flat wire thingie. So if you want it, come get it. I will post pictures soon. $1 :-)
Posted by alvincredible 10 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
Its this LED here also what is the best way to hook it up www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp
Asked by Fresnel110 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Because the colors available just aren't enough and we want more. *glances at collection of smt LEDs then at collection of nail polishes* The odds of me blowing up an LED or setting something on fire are slim, right?
Posted by aliasjanedoe 9 years ago | last reply 2 months ago
Now you can know for certain if the grass is really greener on the other side thanks to Alice Wang's fantastic new grass scanner. It takes 3 seperate readings using Pantone color detecting devices and then averages them to determine a the true green-ness of the grass.via We Make Money Not Art
Posted by randofo 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
I have a picture here for you, I want to know how I would go about removing the lcd from this picture for other project displays. but I have never conceived of such a thing I need guidance and some tips and tricks. I am savey to several forms of backward engineering, as I said nothing like this though. I have no clue how to start. I would like to salvage it for easy use across multiple platforms weather be arduino, raspberry or custom boards. ( don't even know that's possible)
Posted by CD_tatro 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
This morning I had an idea. Last night I was dissassembling a huge bagful of insulin pumps (my cousin is a diabetic and he uses them, cleans them, and gives them to me to take the guts out of them) and in them I keep the springs, casing, and insulin resevoirs... (I ALWAYS throw those horrid needles away; I don't want to get stuck with one) I had an idea looking at the resevoirs... I wanted an ink pen that could write/draw in ANY color ink with the turn of a dial, adjustment of a slide, etc.. anyway, I have about fifty of these resevoir things (they have little pistons in them) and I was curious if there was a way to reach my goal. Should I use red, blue, yellow ink, or should I use magenta, cyan, and yallow? Do I have to make the inks myself, or could I drain them from printer cartriges? Should I use only primary colors, or secondary colors as well?
Posted by MattGyver92 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I am working on a project to rewire an old industry hair dryer into a funky floor lamp. It has a cool panel on the back that would fit some kind of a rotary switch. I would like to use an existing product or products to emit blue light and yellow light from the bell of the dryer. The rotary switch would allow me to ramp it from the blue leds to the yellow leds with some cross over in the middle. my challenge is that, while I understand basic electrical circuits, I know very little when it gets into the more technical circuits and arduino stuff. I want to learn but this isn't the project for it. does anyone know of an easy way to set this up? My thought was a set of blue strips, a set of yellow strips and a rotary controller. But, I don't know what to search for online. thanks!
Asked by mckeephoto 2 years ago | last reply 1 year ago
I recently bought a coat, all black, but the zippers are a very bright brass. I'd like to darken them if I can, so they don't stand out as much. Any suggestions? Hopefully without staining or otherwise damaging the coat itself, which is a 55/45 cotton/polyester blend.
Posted by SpinneNetz 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I bought 100 leds of ebay a while ago and it came with 100 free resistors. What im not too sure about is what ohm they are. On the ebay page it dosent say if they go with the leds the shop specialises in leds and gives similar resistors with almost every order. All it says on the page is that there perfect for working with 12v or something. I tried looking at those colour code calulators but I still couldnt figure it out. I knew someone here must know. The colours in the pic arent great so I wrote what they are aswell.
Posted by flyer3 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
So, I'm working on this thing, its just an idea right now so I won't delve into it too deep, but I want to use a single RGB LED behind a frosted plexi screen as a Sun and another as a Moon, that will move on a clock motor. Could I get a white with a yellow tinge and a white with a blue tinge with a RGB and a few fixed resistors? I'm just wondering if that would be possible. Would I just set the red and green components to 70% and the blue to 100% for the moon and the red and green at 100% and blue at 70% for the sun? Thanks for the help. I don't have any RGBs so I'm just trying to theorize right now.
Posted by mattthegamer463 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Does the human eye see more constrant in specific pairs of analog colors, comparing to other pairs that are equally (matematically in RGB) contrasted? looking at the triangle in the image, how do you feel the contrast between pairs of analog (neighbor colors)? are there pairs that are more constrant than others?
On their picture, i know that the number is amount of instructables they created, what does the color repersent
Asked by patriots8888 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
First off, sorry I keep posting so many questions, I just keep coming up with more =) Anyway, here's the question... When you go to a forum topic (as you can see pictured below) under each persons profile image is a small bar showing how many instructables they've published and it is color-coded. So, at what numbers do the colors change? How many color's are there? P.S. Sorry the image isn't very clear...
Posted by LoneWolf 7 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Radioshack sells these LEDS that are 5mm 7-Color and you can use a momentary push button to make it change colors, the only bad part is that these LEDS are like $3 EACH. They are great if you only need a few but I need about 30 of these. Does anyone know a cheaper alternative to getting this same effect? Is there a way you can control regular RGB 5mm leds? Thank you. (I really need 5mm LEDS for this and LED strip lights will not work)
Asked by Zebrah 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Dim an incandescent, and it produces a mellow, warm orange sunset glow. Dim an LED, with the same SCR dimmer, and it flickers at 60 hertz, still producing harsh blueish light. How can LEDs more closely mimic incandescents?
Posted by Toga_Dan 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
I entered this in the Holiday gifts and Shop ot contest. I would love to get some comments and ratings on it. Thank you in advance. Here the link: https://www.instructables.com/id/Rice-paper-LED-orb-Lantrens/
Posted by dreadyjazz 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I need to run a bunch of slow-changing multicolor off of 12vdc. The LEDs are each rated 2.5-3.4V 20ma. I'd like to keep efficiency up by reducing the number of series current-limiting resistors and the voltage across them. So... Can you put 3 multi-colored LEDs in series with a current limiting resistor (typ 150 ohms) to run off 12vdc... like you do with standard LEDs? The datasheet specs a operating voltage range and 20ma current. Or... Does the current draw (effective resistance) of the LED change as the colors change??... Example: When displaying purple, red & blue are both lit. But for red, only the 1 internal LED is lit. If the current changes and the different LEDs are out of time, it would change the voltage across the different LEDs and the series resistor. (I know you can't run an on-off flashing LED off a higher-than-spec'ed voltage because the current goes between almost 0ma and 20ma, putting nearly the full supply voltage across the LED when it is OFF.) So, can I put them in series successfully?? Also, how accurate is the color-changing timebase? Will they quickly go out of sync.. assuming the same brand and lot.
Asked by BarryS78 1 year ago | last reply 1 year ago
Hello, I've searched most of the LED Instructables section looking for something I'd like to make. I'm just looking into making something very basic. Simply put, I'm looking to build a round "coaster" type object. I'd like it to have a few coloured LED's that are in a circular shape but will fade in/out and mix colours together. Picture having this under a glass object and it's purpose is to light up the object with different colour patterns and such just for looks. If anyone could help me out with this, it would greatly be appreciated. I'm just starting to get into LED things. I can wire the LED's to all be on, but that's not what I want.
Posted by Beyquin 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago