We need more slime! http://www.instructables.com/id/Slime-1/
Pop Rocks Edit
Arduino high speed photography triggerEdit
- SLR Camera or a camera with full manual mode
- External flash and optional interconnects and cable
- An opto isolator chip
- A sensor (piezo element)
- Breadboard, hookup wires and resistors.
Pocket Laser EngraverEdit
- Arduino - this is the heart of the control electronics.
- Easydrive - stepper driver.
- Two DVD-rom drivers - Maybe more if you’re unlucky, and at least one DVD-R to salvage the laser from.
- Laser housing - singles can be found on e-bay.
- Laser driver - There are lots of alternatives here, I use a simple LM317 based circuit.
- Various nuts, bolts and other building materials.
- Cork from a wine or champagne bottle
- Battery holder, AA with battery
- Motor, small, 1.5V–3V DC
- Alligator test leads (2)
- Foam sheet, 2mm×9"×12" aka “Foamies,”
- Tool-holder spring clip, with mounting screw. You can also use a zip tie.
- Zip tie
- Digital SLR camera with manual focus that can take long exposures
- Plywood, ½" thick, 10"×10"
- Lumber (2), 2×4 , 10" lengths
- Wood screws (4), 1¼"
- Fabric, black enough to work as a backdrop
- Clamp lights (2 or more)
- Velcro tape, 3½" strips
- Construction paper, black or cardstock
- Cardboard box, approximately 12" square
- Compass, drawing
- Drill, with drill bits
- Hot glue gun
- Phillips screwdriver
- Ruler or calipers
- Sewing needle, large
- X-Acto knife
- An infrared camera
- Heat-emitting fingers (for testing)
Requirements: Exacts are unknown, but at least
- Paintball gun
- Controller (Arduino)
- Construct (Plywood?)
T-Shirt paint and stencilsEdit
Laser cut stencils
Open Wireless Movement: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2011/04/open-wireless-movement