Circuit-bending specimen, originally uploaded by mskogly. I think I will spend part of this lazy Saturday prodding and poking at this electronic toy dog, bought for 19,- NOK from a thrift store in Hell. (Yes literally, Fretex thrift store run by the Salvation Army, and apytl located in a small place in Norway called Hell… Fortsett å lese Circuit-bending specimen
Ok, so I’ve finally lost my marbles. I’ve always had a “problem” with being deeply into a lot of different things at the same time. In highschool I even read a 12 volume encyclopedia from A to L (I probably got a girlfriend around L, hurrah). I’ve always been that way, but I’ve also always… Fortsett å lese Zen and the art of motorcycle restauration
Make it and hang it in your garden, and watch it blink away happily when the wind blows. Check out photos and video from the build …
I came across a cool tutorial over at Instructables yesterday, for using an old AM/FM radio as an amplifier for your ipod or other portable audio device, and decided to give it a whirl. So this is the old radio I will use: Cool huh! It came with the house when we bought it from… Fortsett å lese DIY: The WEALTH AUTOPORTABLE homemade Ipod dock!
See it on Flickr I made this cute little vibrobot today, with some spare parts I had lying around. Got inspired by an old Makezine article, and decided to smack it together. It turned out pretty cool actually, it hums around like a happy little bug. I gave it a cute nose with a potentiometer,… Fortsett å lese Deadly cute DIY Vibrobot!
I’ve been really hung up on circuit bending and toy hacking for a few weeks now, and thought I would give it a try. This is my first bend. I added one button to a broken radio controlled “beetle” that adds an interesting looping sound to it. In the video I first play a few… Fortsett å lese My first circuit bent toy!
DIY with kids :)
I’ve been thinking alot about making a soundbased installation in Adobe Flash, using sensors and switches, and I’ve gotten around to making a few small eksperiments/prototypes as research, which I’m planning to share on this site later. But I also found this old experiment I wrote in Flash 5 (!) and wanted to share it.… Fortsett å lese Open source flash-based sound sequenzer