3D Printed Zipper Pulls: 11 Steps (with Pictures) In this step, you will have the choice of modeling your own zipper pull from scratch or using an imported shape that you find and download from Thingiverse. Thingiverse is a website whose community has uploaded over 910,880 3D printable models, most of which can be downloaded and used/altered under a Creative Commons license, meaning that anyone can use or alter any design with this license listing – with attribution to the creator. All of the above shapes – with the exception of the peach rectangle on the right – where Thingiverse finds. I was able to use the lego block and gummy bears as is, but had to alter the cactus to accommodate the height of the metal zipper pull 'HOLE'. **Click on file name links for shape attribution. The above video shows you how to design a basic rectangular pull, customized with your name.
A beginner's guide to Arduino After some years of experimenting with Arduino, I decided that the time has come to share the knowledge I've acquired. So I here it goes, a guide to Arduino, with the bare basics for beginners and some more advanced explanations for people who are somewhat more familiar with electronics. Every step will consist of a detailed explanation, then a summary, followed by a more advanced approach. If you're a complete beginner, I recommend reading the explanation first, and then the summary. There will (almost certainly) be some parts of the explanation you don't understand. Don't worry, it is absolutely normal, it will become clear after reading some other examples in the next steps, just don't get discouraged!
Learn Dance Party Grades 2+ | Blocks Minecraft Hour of Code A Minecraft Tale of Two Villages KY-008 Arduino Laser User Manual This Keyes device is one of the more common devices found in Arduino sensor kits. Coupled with other components, it can be used to create trip wires or optical effects. The KY-008 is particularly neat because it can be directly powered from an Arduino output pin as it only draws 30 mA from the processor that has outputs rated for 40 mA. The KY-008 is offered by multiple vendors.
3D Printed Sound Bites (with Pictures) The main idea behind this project is to take an audio waveform and use it to modulate the height of the surface of a linear strip. this way, any object passing across the surface will vibrate up and down in the hills and valley of the wave, these vibrations will cause vibrations in the air, which cause us to hear sound. You will find comments in my code that talk about the specifics of how it works, follow these steps to create your own 3d models: 1. Download Audacity. 2. Open an audio file of your choice with Audacity.
[Real Life] Big Head Mode A, B, Up, Left, A, B, Up, Left.. ?? A, B, Up, Left, A, B, Up, Left... ??? Damn, this doesn't work. Is it because I'm in real life? In case this also doesn't work with you, but you don't want to miss such a moronic feature in real life, you can get help now. But who should feel the desparate urge to carry around a ridiculously big paper head? 2-Player Bartop Arcade Machine (Powered by Pi) The 'Galactic Starcade' is a DIY retro bartop arcade cabinet for two players. It is powered by the Raspberry Pi micro-computer and plays multiple types of retro games - primarily NES, SNES, Megadrive and arcade (MAME) games. Using a Pi keeps the cost, weight and complexity to a minimum but the cabinet could also house a more powerful PC-based system to play more modern games.
Joinery: Joints for Laser Cut Assemblies The loop insert profile provides an inherent stitch-less connection between two fabric edges. This joint profile is useful if you do not have access to a sewing machine or are not experienced with hand stitching. Or, if you are looking to interface soft fabrics with hard materials. Furthermore, this joint profile can be disassembled, thus allowing you to recycle or switch out different parts of an assembly. Works on: Both curved and straight paths. 3 Ways to Build a Makey Makey Floor Piano : 8 Steps This large scale (see what we did there?) piano takes about one hour to set up. It works great on Eric's MK1 Sampling Keyboard for Makey Makey or this Scratch game. Create a background for your large scale floor piano with a large piece of cardboard and butcher paper. This will make your whole set up transportable! Grab a roll of kitchen foil to make piano keys.
Collaborative Makey Makey Sensory Maze : 5 Steps Once you get your backdrop laid out, spend some time drawing up a plan. If you are creating this for students, think about ways to get them to squat to smell flowers, or take large steps. In my drawing, I decided they would walk to the center and then turn, walk along a zig zag path, then have to put their hands on the path Twister style. Pi Cap Capong Project Tutorial - BareConductive Projects Pong is one of our favourite video games, and in a recent workshop, we were lucky to have Paul Tanner, Tina Aspiala and Ross Atkin turn Pong into “Capong” (capacitive + Pong!) by breaking it out of the screen and into their hands. They used a Pi Cap and a Raspberry Pi to map the Pong paddles to the position of their hands and created a simple, challenging and really addictive game. The Pi Cap is Bare Conductive’s newest product. A Raspberry Pi add-on, it allows you to add precise capacitive touch, proximity sensing and high-quality audio to your Raspberry Pi projects.