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Published: Sat, 16 Dec 2017 18:57:38 PST

 



Spark Core Read-a-Tweet (spark.io)

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 17:00:24 PDT

(image) Last friday I had a change to fool around with a Spark Core at Fablab Breda during the Instructables Build Night of November.A friend wanted to control a LED via Twitter, because if that works he can control the whole world! So it was my goal to make it work :) Unfortunately it turned out to be a re...
By: anouskadg

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Twitter Mood Light - The World's Mood in a Box

Sun, 5 Nov 2017 10:30:09 PST

(image) How's the world feeling right now? This box tells you. Powered by: an Arduino, a WiFly wireless module, an RGB LED, Twitter.com and a 9v battery. I’m a news junkie. I want to know everything that is going on in the world as soon as it happens. I want to wake up and know immediately if something b...
By: RandomMatrix

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So you want to travel to New Zealand?

Thu, 5 Oct 2017 08:00:14 PDT

(image) How to get there?Where to go?What to do?What is it like?What to take?
By: rickharris

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Dye Your Shoes (or other leather goods)

Fri, 6 Oct 2017 17:30:12 PDT

(image) Lets dye our shoes! They are a boring color, and we crave something new and custom. Fortunately, leather dyes easily, resulting in a vibrant, permanent change. For this instructable, we will be brush-dyeing two pairs of assembled shoes. This is a bit time consuming, but will result in a hand-painted...
By: phidauex

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Get the cheapest flights to ANYWHERE!!

Fri, 6 Oct 2017 14:00:23 PDT

(image) Once again, Lil Smokie here! This time I am here to tell you a HUGE secret. I got tickets from San Francisco CA to Lima, Peru round trip for only $450. There are many cheap flight websites out there. But if you only look to buy the day you have the money to purchase the tickets. You are in for an un...
By: Lil Smokie

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Make a pair of Audiostrobe-compatible LED glasses for use with brainwave entrainment software

Sat, 11 Nov 2017 15:30:18 PST

(image) Audiostrobe glasses are used in conjunction with light and sound machines, as well as some brainwave entrainment software. The glasses have LEDs built in which pulse in synchronization with sound, usually either binaural beats or isochronic tones. The light and sound work together to entrain the b...
By: chantling

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3D Printed Walking Robot (Klann Linkage)

Wed, 11 Oct 2017 19:00:13 PDT

(image) This walking robot has been a project that I have been wanting to have a go at for a while now and I finally got around to finishing it, so now I am sharing it with the world! This project is fairly simple to construct and does not require any difficult skills or large tools (other than a 3D printer...
By: Bit-Boy

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Sundial Watch: The Original Smartwatch

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 15:30:26 PDT

(image) With all these newfangled smartwatches coming out, perhaps it’s time to get back to the basics. The sundial watch is the original smartwatch, with location specific design that utilizes the power of the sun to tell time. No batteries, no apps, no accelerometer, just classic design. Used for millenni...
By: gkapriel

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Motorized Quidditch Golden Snitch

Fri, 13 Oct 2017 17:00:10 PDT

(image) For all of you Harry Potter and Quidditch fans out there, haven't you really wanted to have a working golden snitch in your hand? Well, make this "prop" that seems to come alive with a few simple components. This is a great project for kids to learn about basic electronic circuits. Depending how you...
By: caitlinsdad

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Battle Bots

Sat, 14 Oct 2017 23:00:47 PDT

(image) Battle your friends with these Intel-powered battle bots. These little bots blast each other with squirts of water and detect hits with water sensors lined along their bodies. Each bot is powered by an Intel Galileo board and wirelessly controlled with ConnectAnyThing firmware.PARTS LISTBoards(x1) I...
By: 10DotMatrix

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Hexapoduino: tiny hexapod 3D printed, Arduino controlled

Sun, 22 Oct 2017 06:30:28 PDT

(image) A few time ago, i found out a 3d printed Micro-Hexapod on Thingiverse. I started to work on it in the following ways: - create new accessories/components 3D printable - explore the possible ways to drive this hexapod. Here the results: - a parametric battery holder that fits perfectly on it, withou...
By: pictux

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English Best Bitter - All grain brewing for beginners.

Sun, 15 Oct 2017 23:00:22 PDT

(image) I started brewing about 5 years ago and after a lot of trying, experimenting and bad beer I have finally cracked good all grain brewing. So much so that I brewed 8 gallons for a friends wedding recently!There are many instructions out there, but I thought I'd share my experiences. It is very easy to...
By: Thereisonlyme

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How to choose a title and keywords for your instructable

Mon, 16 Oct 2017 07:30:08 PDT

(image) Choosing the right title and keywords can be the difference between an instructable going to the front page of Google search results or crashing and burning into the dreaded no-views land of the internets. While keywords and title are not the only thing that will determine the popularity of a proj...
By: jessyratfink

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CSS555 Solar Engine

Fri, 27 Oct 2017 18:30:23 PDT

(image) A Solar Engine is a circuit that takes in electrical energy from a solar cell, stores it in a capacitor, and after a sufficient amount has been saved up, switches the stored energy over to drive a motor.   When the running motor has used up a set portion of the capacitor's stored energy, the solar e...
By: TinkerJim

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Dot Matrix Smiley Singing with Music

Thu, 26 Oct 2017 07:30:32 PDT

(image) This instructable is about a small circuit which displays a smiley on a LED matrix, singing with the music input. The circuit schematic, pcb and component placement files are included in the instructable. The DS 1820 in the circuit is NOT necessary though I added it for future use. The...
By: hobbyman

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babbletron - an interactive exploration of computer generated speech

Sat, 21 Oct 2017 04:00:03 PDT

(image) The babbletron is a device that lets you explore the world of computer generated speech. The basic concept used by the babbletron is that synthetic speech can be approximated using a small set of phonetically isolated speech fragments, called phonemes. To produce a word or phrase, you combine...
By: flashular

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3D Printed 'Centrifugal Puzzle Box' - solved with a spin...

Tue, 24 Oct 2017 11:31:09 PDT

(image) For this project I decided to explore the world and uses of 3D printing further after my exploration of the 3D printed iPhone cases market where I designed, created and now sell the 'TriStand iPhone Case - 3D printed iPhone cases with built in flip out stands' which stretched the capabilities of 3D ...
By: Maundy

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The MicroSlice V1 | a Tiny Arduino Laser Cutter

Fri, 20 Oct 2017 10:30:40 PDT

(image) A few years ago I saw an Instructable where Groover had used a pair of DVD-RW drives to make a pocket laser engraver. Inspired by the idea, driven by the recent purchase of a full-sized 50 watt CO2 laser cutter, and roused by the launch of the Microcontroller contest I took the decision to have a cr...
By: SilverJimny

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BoB the BiPed

Mon, 23 Oct 2017 00:31:24 PDT

(image) Did you buy an arduino after seeing all the cool instructables and now you tired of just making LEDs blink? Are you envious of all the cool walking robots people are building but don't have the experience or cash for all of those servos and expensive brackets? Here is your solution meet BoB the 4 s...
By: k.biagini

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Pingbot - Micro RC Rechargable Musical Robot Pal

Sun, 29 Oct 2017 05:30:13 PDT

(image) Pingbot is a very small (38mm diameter), usb rechargeable, programmable, musical, remote control robot designed for maximum fun and danceability. I've built a few experimental robots in the past and, to be honest, they all looked the part. They were nothing more than circuit boards with wheels glue...
By: Tomdf

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Post-Box Synthesizer

Sat, 21 Oct 2017 23:00:33 PDT

(image) In this project, take an old post-box and an Arduino, to create an incredibly functional monophonic synthesizer. This synthesizer includes such features as: - Dual oscillators - 6 wave forms (Sin, Triangle, Left Saw, Right Saw, Square, Flat) - Noise feature on the main oscillator - Adjustable mixing...
By: humanHardDrive

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Pond cleaning muck and silt dredger

Sun, 22 Oct 2017 19:01:15 PDT

(image) I have a spring-fed, concrete pond approx. 18' x 18' that sits at the edge of some woods and was overhung by a large walnut tree until  a storm brought that down. Normal procedures for cleaning a pond are to drain it to remove sediment that has built up over time. Since the spring can not be control...
By: marple200

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Configuring the Raspberry Pi Ethernet Port With a Static IP Address

Sun, 22 Oct 2017 21:30:45 PDT

(image) This Instructable will show how to quickly configure the Raspberry Pi ethernet port with a static IP address. This makes it much easier to log into it remotely because you will always know what the IP address is of your Pi. This is a very basic Instructable for PC/Windows users or other not famila...
By: ZRob314

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Building robots with Raspberry Pi and Python

Mon, 23 Oct 2017 12:30:49 PDT

(image) The goal of this tutorial is to help you begin programming with Python to control your Arduino robots with a Raspberry PI. We will go over the basics like installation and some simple examples to control your robot from a Python GUI from Raspberry PI.  
By: ZRob314

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Maddie the Photonic Robot Cockroach: a solar powered Madagascar cockroach that runs faster than your cat

Mon, 23 Oct 2017 10:00:19 PDT

(image) Oh Solar Pocket Factory fans.  How you have played right into our hands.  Oh the irony is delicious!  So ironic.  We made you believe we were trying to change the world with cheap microsolar panels made locally.   HAHAHA.  Who would do that?!   Oh you are so silly.  I now unveil to you the true pu...
By: sfrayne

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magnetic bottle opener

Mon, 23 Oct 2017 23:00:24 PDT

(image) I happened upon a neat vintage-looking magnetic bottle opener in a high end store the other day and was amused on how simple the concept was and the price they were charging for it. I can't remember the brand of the exact opener I saw, but doing some research I found ones online for sale with prices...
By: mikeasaurus

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Mini Pinball

Mon, 23 Oct 2017 11:30:09 PDT

(image) Make an awesomely playable mini pinball, out of an Android tablet, real arcade buttons, some wood and some software! There are some very good Android pinball applications. But I do not like to play using the touchscreen (I always end up hitting the home or menu icons). I just needed real buttons, ...
By: laxap

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LiFePO4 (3.2V) project, within a 3 x AA battery holder!

Mon, 23 Oct 2017 21:00:11 PDT

(image) Thinking "inside the box" ? Check this novel electronic project case, which is formed from a partially gutted 3 x AA cell switched battery holder !  Circuitry is mounted on a sliced solderless breadboard, while a "Kiwi Board" layout suits a final soldered version.  Power is via a single 3.2 V  LiFeP...
By: manuka

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Create an internet controlled robot using Livebots

Wed, 25 Oct 2017 11:00:54 PDT

(image) Here you will learn how to create an internet controlled robot or other installation using Livebots. Livebots is a project I'm working on which consists of an easy to use website for all the robots that people can interact with through the internet. As an example I will be using a simple Ardui...
By: XicoMBD

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Making Rocket Fuel With Kitchen Chemistry!

Tue, 24 Oct 2017 09:00:23 PDT

(image) Today we're doing some kitchen chemistry using common household items.  This is the type of cooking that gets me excited, because I'm experimenting with recipes for solid-state rocket fuel. www.thekingofrandom.com
By: The King of Random

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Projects for a Raspberry Pi

Mon, 24 Oct 2016 11:17:31 PDT

(image) The raspberry pi was invented to be used in schools to teach computer science and is great for lots of different project. Check out some of these projects for raspberry pi and get started on your own!
By: Danger is my middle name

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pcb methodes

Fri, 21 Oct 2016 10:31:45 PDT

(image) a variety of pcb prototyping methodes
By: tgferreira184

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