Tell us about yourself!
Thanks indoorgeek! :)
Hi SteveM245, I would say not more than 10 USD if you make it at home... (servo excluded)
Hi Pedro, I'm afraid I don't have the eagle files anymore. But you can use the PDF files to make your own one, just remember to print them without scaling (1:1 I mean). Get them here:https://cdn.instructables.com/ORIG/FPN/6MDB/JMYWTA4Z/FPN6MDBJMYWTA4Z.zip
Thanks gm280! It's quite an old-school project indeed :)
Thanks! I hope so... You don't always need Arduino or Raspberry PI to have fun... :)
556 Servo DriverView Instructable »
Thanks! :) Smoke rings? Intersting! How would you implement it?
Not yet, but it's a nice idea!
Thanks! :) Well... the cup doesn't need to be collapsible, I used it in order to get a pocket sized device. You can use a marble, but I wouldn't feel confident in using anything hard (if the balloon rips the marble could be ejected).
Thank you seamaster! :) An opinion from an expert then!
At 2 meters you can feel it quite well!
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Not the Usual Lasagna
Controlling Lights With Your Eyes
Thank you the_3d6! :) Thank you for the link, it's a very in deep analysis.
Thank you the_3d6! :) And thanks for the link, it's a very in deep analysis.
Thank you Swansong! Just add water they used to say... (?) :)
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Wooden Gear Trains
Sphere-o-bot: a Friendly Art Robot
Easter Dove Bread
Thank you watchmeflyy! ^^
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I'm glad you like it! ^^
Thank you Josehf! :)
Thank you Anirudh! You're too kind... :)
Hi Garvit... thank you! :) Well I can't tell three... but the one I really like is the tractor beam!
Spheremin what?View Instructable »
Thank you RGBFreak!
Thank you tomatoskins! :) I was thinking about the ubiquitous money-eater machines you can find at the pub or similar places. A lot of people waste money on them, without the chance go know anything about the software behind. This is pure randomness instead...
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