555 Circuits Archives Have you seen Audi, Lexus or Ford rain sensing wipers and wondered how they work in these vehicles? They are handled by sensors at the center of the windscreen which detects rain water and turns on the wiper motor. Here is the working of rain sensitive wipers with circuit schematic. The main component of this… Continue reading → How to make a touch sensor? Lego will fix our broken bricks Two weeks ago, we took part to a workshop leaded by Jan Vormann, artist and creator of Dispatchwork, a nice, colored urban “hacking” practice which consists in filling holes in stone or brick-made wall with hundreds of lego bricks. It was a nice afternoon and we had the chance to talk a bit with the artist about this practice. He came to know very well the pieces he handles and can easily fix whatever kind of hole he finds with a fine, superior technique.
21 Awesome Animals Who Understand The Priceless Struggle Of Being A Mommy Here's to the moms out there for being the best at what they do, and making it look so easy. You're what keeps this world going. Share this with the moms in your life who are so darn amazing! From Trash Pile to Fully Functional: the Rough Lamp from Compeixalaigua Design Studio is Anything But Posted by erika rae | 18 Nov 2013 | Comments (2) Sometimes great designs come from leftover waste—look no further than Pothra planters, shipping pallet chairs and clothes hangers made of bike parts are three examples that prove it. We've got another design that's giving new life to old materials: Rough from Barcelona-based Compeixalaigua Design Studio is a clean update on the forgotten pile of wood strips it once was. The designers needed a way to light up their workspace and the perceived trash became a bright idea.
Einstein for Everyone Einstein for Everyone Nullarbor Press 2007revisions 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 Copyright 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 John D. Norton Published by Nullarbor Press, 500 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15260 with offices in Liberty Ave., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15222 All Rights Reserved How to make Luna Sandals from a Do-It-Yourself Kit Recommended Tools and Materials Marker or pen Two sheets of paper (for foot tracing)Scissors3/16 inch leather hole punch (buy on amazon), OR 3/16 inch drill bit and drill (1/4 inch also ok) Hammer (any normal hammer will work)Utility knife or razor blade with new and sharp blade Step 1: Glue the leather footbed if you ordered it. For ‘naked top’ kits skip this step. Follow these instructions for gluing the footbed: How to glue your footbed
HC-05 Bluetooth - JMoon Technologies Wiki Overview The HC-05 Bluetooth Module [Product link] can be used in a Master or Slave configuration, making it a great solution for wireless communication.You can use it simply for a serial port replacement to establish connection between MCU and GPS, PC to your embedded project, etc. Features Woorock Hammock Swing by Georg Bechter The inspiring Woorock Hammock Swing was designed by architect Georg Bechter to meet the expectations of those who adore to indulge themselves after an exhausting day of work. Extremely lightweight and easy to open and close, Woorock Hammock Swing curves its runners, providing you soothing moments of calm anytime, anywhere. It easily folds up almost flat for storage, due to its clever and practical design. When almost flat, it occupies extremely little space. For all the travellers out there, this is the ultimate easy-to-carry "relaxation tool".