What can i use to produce a tone of 33 hertz?

I've heard that this is the tone that the infamous Blaster Beam from Craig Huxley plays at and stimulates some women. What can i use to either reproduce the effects of the Beam or just produce this tone?

Asked by EragonShadeslayer 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago


Printing Stephen Colbert's Head

I recently finished building a RepRap Huxley, and shot a time-lapse video of this print. You can see the video here. (I would embed it if I could)

Posted by JamesRPatrick 7 years ago


Should I publish this?

I just finished building a RepRap Huxley, and I took time lapse video of each build day. You can see everything on my blog post here. Instructables is a kind of showcase for my work and I was wondering if it would be appropriate to publish each video (there are four) as a step in an instructable. I didn't design the Huxley, and it would be difficult to reproduce my results just from watching the videos, but I did build it myself. That's why I can't decide if I should post it. I wouldn't want people to think I posted build instructions for the whole thing. So what you you think? I would love to get the opinion of some higher-ups.

Posted by JamesRPatrick 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago


Favorite 20th Century Author

I'm not sure how many people out there enjoy reading but I sure do.  I'm also always curious as to what kind of books other people enjoy.  So I'm going to be you all what is your favorite 20th century author and book. This does not mean an author born in the 20th century, but rather one that has published a book in said century. If any of you are wondering what mine are then I'd say my favorite author is John Stienbeck, and my favorite book would be Brave New World By Aldous Huxley.

Posted by wenpherd 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago


#HackHalloween with Instructables AND littleBits!

Have you already created a bitified Halloween project for Instructables' Halloween contest? Forget double toil and double trouble - you can submit your project to littleBits' #HackHalloween contest for double the chances to win! Just make sure it include Bits ;) (^**> Click here for all the spooky details <**^) PRIZES You can win a GoPro camera and up to $3000 worth of Bits! JUDGES Get your work in front of the amazing likes of …. Neil Huxley, Creative Director for Commercials at Digital Domain We <3 Neil's special FX skillz. Check out James Cameron’s “Avatar” and Zack Snyder’s “Watchmen” to see what we mean. Tony DeRose, Oscar Winning Scientist at Pixar Tony combines his years of working at Pixar with his love of learning to inspire young inventors. CHALLENGE First, invent a creepy costume or hair-raising prank OR use one you've already made! Next, film your own scary movie featuring your frightful masterpiece! TO ENTER Submit your video and documentation of your littleBits creation on YouTube and the Community Project Page with the hashtag #HackHalloween by midnight EST on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1st. The petrifying project possibilities are endless! You can…. - Trick out your pumpkin by making it a hack-o’-lantern - Amp up your Halloween gear! Time to pull out that glowing skeleton costume. - Make a trick AND treat candy bowl: a prank to petrify costumed candy-grabbers. Muuahhahahahahaha! - Create that creaky, spooky sound coming from around the corner Want to host a meetup with your friends? We've put together a nifty workshop guide for you.

Posted by liza.stark 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago