Building an Arduino project isn't just about making all the components talk to one another. It's about creating an actual object or prototype out of your small creation, and giving it that extra touch that makes it unique.
For this next project, we took some very basic components: a one-wire temperature sensor and a 7-segment LCD. For the extra flavoring, we used SUGRU, a really cool material that works great with electronics, and helped us transform this simple project into something with a spark.
Taking your project out of the breadboard
This is where your unique fingerprint comes in. After checking that everything works, you can start designing through your hands with SUGRU. The cool thing about it is that you can play with it until you reach something you like, and leave it to set.