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A low cost, mostly 3D printed and collapsible lightsaber. A 3 watt RGB LED allows for a choice between red, green and blue shafts and the collapsible nature of the shaft makes it easy to store and transport.
With coronavirus still active in all of the world everyone is still expected to wear masks everywhere. That's fine! But why do the masks have to be so boring? Let's make them fun. In this project I'll walk you through how you can make your own cyperpunk-ish mask.
This project will teach you how to build the hardware for your own DIY synthesiser!
The Auduino code (first written by Peter Knight) creates two triangle waves with adjustable frequency and decay, which combine to create noises via a granular synthesis. I added CV controls to the circuit, making it modular.
A giant digital LED clock discreetly hidden in the edges of a geometric shelving system. Includes intergarted LED downlighters to show off your favorite items on the shelves. A discreet photoresistor dims the LED's when the ambient light levels drop and colours can be customised in the code.
Inspired by the classic Daft Punk 'Thomas' helmet. Light up the room and be the envy of all your friends with this amazing Arduino powered disco helmet! You will need access to a 3D printer and a soldering iron to complete this project.