How about the super hero for Indian Audience.
Posted by npower 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I and my friend are trying to make super pants. They will be waterproof, flameproof, and bulletproof. We are going to sew a climbing harness, shin guards, and kneepads into them. The pants will be made out of Nomax with Kevlar in certain areas. Where can I get Nomax and Kevlar in semi-small quantities, and how can I waterproof them in a way that won't be burned off?
Posted by dogsrcool2me 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
I am sparsh from India and i am a technology freak i am very new to Arduino. I recently lost my sisters bag (it was her favourite one! ) she still hasn't forgiven me and make up to her , im gonna get her a new one... Not only do i wanna get her a bag, i wanna get her a Super bag! This is a bag i found online.. the one i lost was leather too.. I was hoping all of you would be able to help me plan the bag ... Mission : a bag that has arduino and bluetooth connection and a small screen(to show bag battery and bluetooth connection status), can connect to phone, play music through awesome speaker that is connected to super large capacity battery that can be charged via wall plug or solar panel. Same battery has a standard Indian 3 pin socket to connect laptop on the go. Maybe some way of bag lost detection on phone when bag not connected via bluetooth. Also maybe some lights connected to the arduino that respond to music playing through the bluetooth ... i also had the idea of using a breathlyzer or some other cool utility that you can think of ... I believe a lot of this will be possible with only an arduino board and a 1sheeld . Or if you have any other ideas in mind I have saved up some money. i would like to pay any of you some if you would like to help me with this project and think that you cannot do it for free ! Otherwise id love to see the community giving in their inputs and extra add ons. Thanks Looking forward to hearing from you ... email@example.com
Posted by sparshenator 3 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
First off, I know this goes to the whole front page, but this is posted in the Super Capacitor group, just so you know. Welcome to the people who joined my group! If anybody has any cool projects or ideas, please post and talk about them! Also if you know of any good deals for capacitors, please tell!
Posted by guyfrom7up 11 years ago | last reply 3 years ago
Super glue. Good stuff. A bit slow sometimes. Baking soda speeds it up. But I want it clear. I don't have accelerator. I think I could get some on the far side of town, but don't know someplace close to buy it. Internet says moisture cures it. I don't find this to be true. Internet says heat, air movement, UV. At the moment, my project is sittin in the sun, which gives all 3 things, but there's no control group. Qs What sorta place sells accelerator for cyanoacrylate? Which techniques have sped you along with it before?
Posted by Toga_Dan 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I need to make a device that can move two small servos within 0.01 or less degree rotation (yes, degrees, not radians!). Currently, everthing I've seen comes up greater than half a degree. It must have position feedback (stepper without encoder won't work), and the whole thing must fit in a 1/2"x6" tube. It only needs to move maybe 30-40oz-in, but will always have that load (so backlash isn't a huge issue, but still should be minimal). A COTS device is best, but it can be homemade, preferably under $50 or so, maybe up to $100 max. It doesn't need to move fast or continuously, maybe 90 in 0.5 seconds. It will be run by a microcontroller with a lot of IO pins, and PID control. Any ideas, products or anything would be great, Thanks in advance.
Asked by jduffy54 5 years ago | last reply 4 months ago
Hi all, it's been awhile since I've played Super Mario Brothers and I the late night gaming desire has hit. Does anyone know which console this game was played on and does anyone know where I can get an emulator and a game image? Many thanks, dla888
Posted by dla888 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
My Super Mario 64 DS is really weird. First it got it and it was totally fine. The next day my file corrupted ( had problems) and lost all my data! Then i started another file and that did the same thing! Then i started ANOTHER file and still! Then i didn't play it for 2-3 weeks and Poof! my original file is back. WTF?
Posted by NYPA 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Im planning on building myself a portable rechargeable large capacity (Ah not mAh) usb charger. Im a bit of a electrical newb but I am a mechanical engineer in training, If someone could point me in the right direction or at a good instructable that would be awesome
Asked by Douglerful 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
This is a wonderful site ... I learned how to remove rust electrically ... good stuff; however, the site is brutally slow between pages (downloading). I have high speed access via cable modem and this site is like using dial up. What's up? Is it the server? Has the site been optimized? Pictures optimized? I will continue to visit because the site and concept is strong. Thanks.
Posted by dkmanley 10 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
So I am building a small cabin in the woods near my house, It is on a very small ridge to the gully below. In the gully I dug a test hole for my well and had a hole at under two feet that fills up immediately when you scoop it out. Should I stay in this spot or will the water be bad?? I doubt if I can go very deep because the hole is now filled with water and there is about two feet of rock just under the surface I know because I dug a hole for something else nearby. Drilling of any sort is not an option as the rocks are to large. Should I just move nearby and try to go deep in that spot. I might get four feet in another spot. Thanks!!
Asked by camping crazy 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
Hey all, I wasn't able to find where a short discussion about Super cooled water was posted not long ago, and I wanted to relate this incident; so if I get no replies, that is ok. I just thought it was kind of neat the way this occurred. Last night, well, I guess it was actually this morning ( 00:30 ), I left work and went to my car, got myself situated, and before driving off, I grabbed a bottle of water that was in the cup holder. I distinctly remember shaking it to make sure the water was NOT frozen. I also took note that the bottle was partially imploded; something I would have expected as the temp was down to about 17 o F. When I opened the bottle, put it to my mouth and tilted it, the unexpected happened. Between the moment of releasing the vacuum that had formed and my trying to drink from the bottle ( about 3 seconds), the water froze to a Slushy consistency. For a moment I was perplexed why I was getting no water in my mouth, and then it slid from the bottom, and it stopped at the neck of the bottle. I had forgotten that this could happen. I must have sat there looking at it for a good 2 minutes trying to get something out of the bottle, when I thought I would blow some warm air into it. The bottle inflated slightly, and the air passed by the slush, and when I released, I got a face full of slush. I had to laugh at myself all the way after that little incident. :-)
Posted by Goodhart 11 years ago | last reply 11 years ago
Hi! I would greatly appreciate it if anyone would tell me the best way to charge a 2.7V 50F Nesscap supercapacitor. Any advice or ideas would help a lot; thanks! http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/50f-27v-super-capacitor-n51qq
Asked by Digital Flame 4 years ago | last reply 4 years ago
I'm thinking of using https://www.instructables.com/id/Circuits-for-using-High-Power-LED-s/step8/a-little-micro-makes-all-the-difference/ so I can drive the circuit with a TTL pulse and three of http://www.ledsupply.com/creexpg-w417.php, but I'm not entirely sure on how to wire up the circuit/choose the correct values for the components. Any help would be awesome!
Asked by bwee 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
Harry Coover, accidental discoverer of Super Glue, has died in Tennessee, aged 94. Coover realised the adhesive potential of cyanoacrylate in 1951, when an assistant noticed that a piece of the material had firmly stuck two optical prisms together.
Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I was making some stamp glue where i mixed some Elmer glue and vinegar. but wanted to see Wat happens when i mix Elmer's glue, vinegar, and super glue. like in 10 seconds the solution turned into a rubbery solid which took the form of the container. can any body tell me why this happened. it held its shape and slightly reminded me of molding silicone. it wasn't sticky and came out of the plastic cup easily.
Posted by chrischavez 10 years ago | last reply 2 years ago
If I combined Prank's tutorial on magnetic senses with an electromagnetic coil, could a more acute sense be achieved? Also, how would one go about making it look less conspicuous than a battery and a nail duct taped to your hand? And, would one be able to sense a Ferro fluid with this sensory upgrade, or no? Thanks in advance for the answers, and I apologize if my magnetic ineptitude put a damper on your day.
Asked by geckits 9 years ago
I know that if u put gasoline or alcohal in a super soaker, and attach a lighter to the front u can use it as a flame thrower, i heard u need a metal nosel throughDose any one have any pics or any thing of how do do this? PLEASE USE CAUTION WHEN PLAYING WITH FIRE THIS CAN EASLY CASUE DEATH TO USER
Posted by i make shooting things 12 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Is it possible to get a TINY, cheap electric valve? The idea is for a 3D printer that uses a huge array of tiny needles, each of which acts as an extruder, to 3D print stuff in seconds instead of hours. My question is, could I use a tiny valve over each needle to allow or stop plastic? or would that be impractical/impossible?
Asked by jduffy54 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
I'm working on a project for Halloween that involves some LEDs, I've got a bunch of old cigar boxes painted up to look like Ghostbusters proton traps and I just want to have red lights on them, preferably blinking. I got an LED assortment at Radio Shack to experiment with. When I put a 9v battery to one I saw a tiny flash and then nothing, so I think I overpowered it. But when I went down to a 1.5v AA battery nothing happens. I'm sure this is stupid-simple, but I've got no experience whatsoever. Any specifics would be appreciated. Thanks!!!
Posted by Purple Chez 4 years ago
I need to build a dish for a friend so he can get WiFi from about 200 meters. I have several dishes to work with my problem is the antenna will be at least 30 feet from the computer. I will use this linksys usb i would like input on the idea of a usb to cat 5 to stretch the usb cable? should i power the linksys from a powered hub ? the build will be posted on instructables when done and i will give credit due. my parabolic gets about a 14 db increase from a WiFi usb thumb it just puts the thumb into the sweet spot of the dish and is not for the outdoors. I an open to any and all suggestions tomorrow i will post what my db are from the site .
Posted by bikerbob2005 7 years ago
I want to play the main theme of Super Mario Bros with my b-clarinet. But I've only found it for the piano. Can someone tell me a website that this theme is for clarinet? Here is a Link for the mein theme: http://www.gamemusicthemes.com/mp3s/Super%20Mario%20Bros%20-%20Overworld%20Theme.mp3
Asked by Clarinet-Sam 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
Greetings, I would like to know how to make a frequency converter. I want to convert the 2.4 GHz from a WiFi transmitter to one fourth or 600Hz which is in the newly freed up white space area for greater range. Anyone know where to find schematics for this, or make schematics? Is the circuit complicated? Thanks
Posted by NeuroPulse 7 years ago
Hi , I have placed a rhombus clearer board above the super, yesterday. After inspecting It today I have found that the super was nearly empty , with about 40 bees remaining. Thinking the best , I decided to leave it on , but have now read that if you leave it on for more than 12 hours the bees with work out how to get in again. Should i take it off now or in the morning? (its 16:53 GMT now) . I apologise for my incompetence , I am pretty new at this ^^ any answers would be appreciated.
Asked by juicymoose 5 years ago | last reply 5 years ago
Hello, I have been thinking about a project for a long long time, using 2 huge super capacitors with usb devices, such as an ipod. I am currently thinking of using 2 these: Link to 350 maxwell ultra capsLink to 350 maxwell ultra capsBut my real concern is safety. These capacitors can produce loads of amps at 5v, and that alarms me. Are my concerns real, if so, is there any safety precautions that one could take?
Posted by penguins 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Joe Harmon, a product designer, wanted to show that wood isn't a past's material and that it can be used for high precision engineering. So with a couple of friends and a dog, he's buidling a supercar made entirely of wood (oubvisoulsy not the engine). They even made some of the tools they're using, like a loom to weave the wooden composite!" We aren't really all about mission statements around here; too often, they are phoney and superfluous. That said, here is ours. We are building a high-performance, mid-engined supercar from wood composites as a graduate project at North Carolina State University. Wood will be used whereever possible, including the chassis, body, and large percentages of the suspension components and wheels. The car has a target weight of 2500lbs and a power goal of over 600 horsepower. We aren't trying to sell anything; we aren't trying to save the world, and we aren't advocating that everyone should drive a wooden car. This project is a scholastic endeavour in which are simply trying to explore materials, learn, teach, share ideas, and stimulate creativity. This section details who we are and what we are doing. We hope you enjoy checking out what we are working on. "Joe Harmon DesignFlickr Photostream
Posted by lordofthedonuts 10 years ago
Okay, for those of you have not heard of Nsider, it's the official Nintendo forum on Nintendo.com. (don't go looking for it, it got shut down. >.>) For those of you who HAVE had an account on there before, this is the thread for you. I was SuperMushroomMan (nerdy, eh? -.-) and I had about 3,000 posts. I had friends, mostly everyone did. And then, after almost three years, NOA_ANDY came along and shut us down without even a warning. Then, most moved on to other forums. I didn't go on many. I tried, but couldn't find a lot that met up even to half the standards of Nsider. Then, a couple days ago, I came here and I like it and yeah and ect. ect. ect. If you're from Nsider, please respond, tell me who you were, don't lie about you're post count and yeah. Thanks. Whatever. >.>
Posted by green donut 10 years ago
I have about 20 old ps2 keyboards, How can i build them into a super computer. I've aslo got a bunch of old video crds and some memory chips. Help me I'm in a hurry. I need it to design some other projects.
Asked by i-want-to-know-it-all 8 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
When i got my super nintendo i bought it used and it came with the little box in the picture. i can't find anything about it online. on the box end it looks like a computer gameport and on the other end its a snes controller plug it seas total control. an answer as to what it is will be greatly appreciated.
Asked by mr.mountaineer 7 years ago | last reply 7 years ago
I was about to start a project when I got stumped. I need advice on what driver circuit would be best to drive 10-20 super bright blue LEDs off of batteries. Thanks for the help. P.S. If you need me to specify anything (which you probably will) just ask :)
Asked by budhaztm 6 years ago | last reply 6 years ago
Hello I was wondering what resistor you guys would recomend for use in a capacitor charging circut. I can follow common sense for a small 160uf 300v photo capacitor. But this cap has a rating of 3,700uf and 600v. And considering its in issue, (which I believe it may be,) assume your giving it 18v of power from let's say... a drill battery. Thank you.
Posted by darthDIY 9 years ago | last reply 9 years ago
I have an old jigsaw aperently my great grandfather used when he was young or something anyway im just trying to find out more about it. sears roebuck model 110.0401 . so far im unable to find anyting anywhere on the internet anyone or anything that knows about this thing. not that im so much looking to sell it or anything i would just like to know more about it.. exactl how old it is and whatnot. so if anyone knows anything it would be cool to hear about it. ty
Asked by jason13james13 9 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
Saul heard about this sweet idea at the G4G8 conference. It's perfect for an Instructable - hopefully someone is suitably inspired to do it.Take 40lb's of pennies. Drop them all (equivalent to tossing). Collect all those that were heads and put them back in the bucket. Drop them all again, again choose all those that land heads. Repeat until there is only one coin left. This is the luckiest coin in your bucket. Apparently, one guy got a coin that tossed 17 heads in a row...
Posted by ewilhelm 10 years ago | last reply 10 years ago
Hey everyone my dad and i have bought my mom a laptop computer for mothers day to help with her book that she is writing and i need help because i need a completely basic guide to computing by mothers day the reason i say this is because my mom knows virtually nothing about computers but i pray that in time she can learn so please help me out here people the laptop runs windows 7 btw thanks fidgety2
Posted by fidgety2 8 years ago | last reply 8 years ago
I'm getting a slightly broken, upright freezer from craigslist (only the seal is broke, so air's leaking out the door frame) and I was wondering if there is any way to make it into a slightly over sized air conditioner. Living in Texas, it's kinda hot so I dont mind if its chilly (im the kind of guy that wears flipflops to North Carolina in the Winter on the Mountains). Im going to be putting it in a mobile home that will be internally demolished and transformed into a recording studio. It shall have its own little 'space' over in the corner. It would be great to cool down the heavy old-ish recording equipment and the computer I will house in the 'tech room'! Could I just cut a hole in the freezer and run a duct from it to the trailer? Would it put too much condensation? Thanks! *Big, upright freezer around the size of a normal refridgerator*
Asked by darkclaw42 8 years ago | last reply 2 months ago
I was just wondering if someone has ever salvaged a super/ultra-capacitor from some kind of electronic device? I it possible to even salvage these from something?
Asked by Yonatan24 3 years ago | last reply 2 years ago