A malta Geek tem mais uma Heroína, e chama-se Brittliv! :
Eis uma Metralhadora-Sentinela Nerf, que dispara contra tudo o que se mexe... Mas não dispara contra quem tenha uma T-Shirt dos Instructables!
Nerf Vulcan Sentry Guninstructable, I will show you how to modify a Nerf Vulcan to automatically aim and fire at targets. As an added bonus, this gun won't fire at anyone wearing a shirt with the instructables robot on it. I had this project in mind for a long time and finally managed to find the time to bring it to life.
If you've been browsing through my other instructables, you might have noticed that I am obsessed with Nerf guns. So far, I’ve managed to infect just about everyone around me with the Nerf virus. It is really fun to see how these plastic toys turn grown men into small boys!
My main aim was for it to look awesome; which was difficult to achieve without removing the front part of the gun. But, I managed to accomplish this without removing the barrel, and I’m really happy with how it turned out!
E temos mais 7 e tal coisas para fazerem, ou repararem, com o Oogoo, cortesia do nosso amigo mikey77, de Borrachas de apagar, a um líquido para fixar porcas, que permite que o removam quando necessário:
7 Things To Fix Or Do With OogooSilicone caulk be hacked into all kinds of useful things. This adhesive has the unique qualities of sticking well to some things and not others. This makes it easy to cast into many shapes. If you add corn starch, it can be cast or formed or glued into shapes of any thickness and it can set up within an hour. I call this mix Oogoo.
This instructable shows how to fix or make seven things:
Step 2- Make heavy duty rubber bands
Step 3- Make your own custom erasers
Step 4- Make a wallet pen
Step 5- Make a hot pot gripper
Step 6- Fix a broken bucket handle
Step 7- Make liquid tape to insulate splices
Step 8- Make a thread locker for nuts and bolts
Eis mais algo para animar míudos e graúdos, Malta! Uma Aranha Mecânica completamente realista, e dum Site, onde há muito mais, inclusive uma versão mais económica, acessórios, e uma data de Kits!
T8 the Bio Inspired 3D Printed Spider Octopod RobotT8 is a wirelessly controlled bio-inspired octopod robot made with high resolution 3D printed parts. It uses a total of 26 motors: 3 in each leg and 2 in the abdomen. It is powered by the Bigfoot™ Inverse Kinematics Engine which performs all of the necessary calculations for smoothly controlling the motions of the robot in real time
O nosso amigo Rob Ives oferece-nos agora este acessório, para ouvirem a vossa Música, com um Altifalante como os os Gramofones, juntando o assim o Moderno e o Antigo:
Phono Horn. Free Sound Dock for your Smart Phone to Download and Make.
Phono-Horn. A paper sound dock for your smart phone! Play your phone through the Phono Horn and the sound output is richer and clearer with improved bass response. There are two base templates included, one for iPhone 4S and one for Samsung Galaxy S2 and S4. It should be easy to adapt the kit to suit most phones. It is simply a matter of ensuring that the loudspeaker on the phone is positioned over the horn inlet hole.
E o que é um Arducóptero?
É um Hexacóptero que vocês podem controlar com os vossos SmartPhones, e ainda por cima, este Instructable vem com todos os detalhes possíveis, por isso, mãos à obra!
Building UP an ArduCopter!
Today's guide will be about building an Arducopter, or otherwise known by the locals as "Flying Hedge Trimmer".
My greatest problem with the world of RC and hobbyists is that there never is a complete guide on doing ANYTHING!
The experience of learning how to build a hexacopter from no knowledge is basically a big scavenger hunt for information. There was always bits and pieces, but never a complete guide for the build log, hardware, AND SOFTWARE (99% of the build).
I'm here to change that issue, so hopefully I can enlighten Instructables with a COMPLETE guide on building a Arducopter!