Neo, Emily and I built this following instructions from a special edition of Make:. We're going to build it at our next club meeting!
Hi Club Members!
This is one way to build the replacement gauge for Servo's Dashboard.
Please ensure that you have the appropriate materials before you start this challenge. Materials such as: Scissors, x acto knife, glue/cement, some cardboard or plastic and either some colored pens/pencils or a color printer and some software will be helpful. I used Microsoft Excel and a color printer for this, but you can use anything you like!
The sensing temperature experiment is pretty fun. The 1k thermistor is the larger of the two packages, in case you were wondering.
So, were you able to make a solution for changing the color of an RGB LED when you squeeze the thermistor to warm it up?
I'd like to see it. Here's the solution I came up with:
To me, this is a particularly amazing and useful tool for electronics enthusiasts.
Here's a quick overview:
Learning how to solder is a critical skill in electronics. The approach taken in this comic book is easy to read and understand and funny!
This issue features the first board produced by the crew at podpi.com!!
Super Excited to get the new issue of Island of PodPi. This video is the unboxing of Issue #3 with an 8x8 LED Matrix!
I've been studying some robotic heads lately. I've saved some plastic bits, purchased some wooden bits and I've still got to get some fasteners.
Here's a fun video on the assembly of an animatronic robotic head:
We've been featuring the Island of PodPi in our club. Here's where you can get more information about it: