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Instead of giving a box of chocolates this Valentines Day, keep the chocolates. Lets give a smart self-gifting box instead!
Build a SIMPLE text-able Halloween costume/sign in a couple of hours & ~$25 worth of electronics! NO soldering, NO advanced skills, NO Barb!
Make a possessed plush toy for Halloween!
Christmas Gift Box plays music and sends an email when it is opened.
Building a jetpack for my 5yo who is obsessed with Royden Lepp's graphic novel Rust whose protagonist is a small cyborg boy with a jetpack.
Adding face seeking capabilities to Combat Creature Attacknid Drone. Center on the target and lock in and shoot darts!
Tech valentine cards are the best cards! Make an LED card that shines constantly or with a sweet heartbeat.
Scrolling LED concept is used here to display different patterns to make valentine special
See ghost fishes, pirates and Seemonsters
This project will take your awesome Halloween costume to the next level!! Have a horse mask that can open/close its mouth!!
This project details two Arduino powered animatronic Lego Minifigs that talk and move based off that Monster Hunters line.
I plan for some thing cheap and wonderful Animatronic. Then i plan it for Sorting hat with the resources around me.
A dark scary cloud that flashes white lightening and scary rainbows, controlled by a micro:bit and neopixels
ProtoCentral's Christmas tree tracks your pulse with a pulse -oximeter and glows in sync with your heart rythm. Here is how we made it.
The Pumpkin NotiFire is a delicious but questionable combination of a Glade aerosol air freshener, fire and text messages.
This interactive witch's cauldron gets progressively creepier the closer you come!
A glass block wall, each block fitted with a single neopixel and the whole screen driven by a Spark Core to create awesome Christmas images!
A 3-axis talking skull turned into an Alexa voice services device via AlexaPi software, Raspberry Pi, and some other tools.
This project uses Blynk (Esp8266), a 3-D printed hand, and two servos to make a remote controlled Halloween hand gag.
A conductive 3D printing filament was smushed into the LED contacts using a soldering iron to complete the circuit.
Get your kids to stop asking how many days till Christmas. In an hour you can build a display to tell them.