...so I made my own! This is a quick make, written in CircuitPython with a Circuit Playground Express. It activates with a loud sound, counts down 20 seconds, blinks some lights at you, and plays some sounds to make you feel like you just opened an 8-bit treasure box!
The idea for this project was simple: What can I do with this wonderful crystal I procured from @sehulrburt ? It became an adventure in 3D modeling and iteration -- I finished and iterated until I was happy with it. Read on for a chronicle of this journey!
I'm a little obsessed with rings at the moment, so I created my own version of an NFC transit card ring -- inspired by @sailorhg's Electrocuties post! Read on to find out how to easily make your own!
I made a ring! It's using this special material that looks opaque but it actually lets light shine through beautifully. This was a pretty simple project, and you can do it too!
Tomorrow is NYE 2020, and I just couldn't resist making a blinky hat to welcome the new year.
This post details my build process for this google-home-connected origami wall art, powered by Particle and inspired by GiantOrigami! I call this piece Serenity. Read on to find out how to make your own.
I attended Hackaday Supercon this past weekend, and I have so many thoughts and feels, but before I procrastinate I'd like to show how I built these little badgey things I gifted new #supercon friends! I'm calling them badgey thingies but let me know if you have any suggestions 😅 I
How I made my first electric vehicle, what I learned along the way, and how YOU can build one too!
This guide will teach you everything you need to know to build your very own uni-creature wearable that reacts to real-time events from the Uber API.
Hello! I've been having fun making things for 12 Months of Makes (as evidenced by the state of my desk pictured above haha), and I figured this post will be dual purpose: give an update about what I've been up to, and answer a question a few friends have expressed.
Creating a google assistant app, how to avoid soldering, and discovering what makes projects motivating and fun. Warning: extreme Valentine cheesiness ahead.