This is the nerdiest project I have ever worked on. I have reached my pinnacle of nerd-dom. This is my week-late midterm project. It is a Moog Etherwave Theremin (that i previously constructed from a kit), which I have augmented with a clear acrylic top, and a hackduino circuit that takes a control voltage from the theremin, and controls two RGB LEDs! I strategically sanded parts of the theremin cover to both diffuse the LED light even more, and simultaneously show off the beautiful circuit board inside. I still need to tweak the code, but the physical part is done!
The instructable contains the Illustrator file to make your own cover with a laser cutter, and I will post the code there as well after I perfect it.
We showed how to make a Chicken-Embryo sandwich using a fork, a bowl and a microwave. To really heat things up, we toasted bread and sandwiched the chicken-embryo in between. YUM!
you can see how much fun we had by clicking here
Brain – Concept and Writer
Jie – Director of Photography
Daniel - Director of Invisible Effects
Iker – Production Assistant
My project “Making Cigarette Börek” is available on the instructables link
RGB LED electronic brooch. Very simple to make and fun to play with.
The project combined of basic shapes and electronics and mainly created to be an easy tutorial for a soft circuit that can be modified and expended.
Here is the link for the tutorial.
So Brian, Daniel, Jie and I (Iker), came up with the idea of showing the world how the “Chicken-Embryo Sandwich” is done.
The Chicken-Embryo Sandwich in all its glory.
The link to the instructable is here
At first, we thought of making something a lot more elaborate and funny. After a couple of meetings, we came to the conclusion that showing something that was useful and shown with simplicity was a lot more challenging and contributed more to society. This is actually Brian’s recipe -and yes- it’s quite tasty.
Jie took the pictures, Brian outlined and storyboarded the whole thing, Daniel wrote the instructions and I came up with a streamlined and simple process for it’s creation.
I made a magnetic, under-shelf spice rack with laser-etched labels for the jars. The jars adhere magnetically to the underside of my shelves in my small, small kitchen so they don’t take up any shelf space.
The link to my instructable is aqui.
The link to my thingiverse page that displays my laser cutter process/files is here.
You know you want one!
THE PERFECT GIFT: RAW COOKIE IN A MINI-BOX
This project is a great way to give a small gift to someone special. The project is two-fold: 1. the making of the mini-box that can be personalized for the receiver and 2. the making of the RAW cookies to fit inside the gift box.
The box can be scaled to any size you desire and the cookies can be altered to the receiver’s favorite ingredients, making this gift heartfelt and personal.
On The Web
The Team (Cats & Kirsten)
Although we worked together, Cats primarily worked on the cookies and Kirsten primarily worked on the box construction.
We (Jen + Jess) created a tutorial about different methodologies and workflows for taking a hand drawn illustration and creating a digital version in Illustrator. We also show how to use Photoshop to scan photos, use a Wacom tablet, and give resources for what to do with your work once you have it digitized.
You can check out the Instructable here.
This was a collab project throughout. Both took pics, both threw down the writing.
It’s to make a fist pumping LED controller. What is it? Have you noticed yourself fist pumping to the music at a party or a club? That’s exactly for that. You would wear a band with a accelerometer/gyro mounted. As you move your hand around the air, the movement will trigger a light board and create different LED patterns based on the position of your hand. This will be a fun project.
- Member: Haeyoung Kim, Joe L. Laquinte, Michelle Min, Max
- Here is instructables.
- Working for:
- Haeyoung- circuit design, construction
- Joe – code for Arduino, illustration, construction
- Michelle – GIF animation, making a band, documentation, instructables
- Max – soldering