By Simon Monk
UNLEASH YOUR internal MAD SCIENTIST!
"Wonderful. I realized much interpreting the targeted yet effortless to appreciate instructions."--BoingBoing
This wickedly creative consultant explains the way to layout and construct 15 fiendishly enjoyable electronics tasks. jam-packed with photographs and illustrations, 15 Dangerously Mad tasks for the Evil Genius comprises step by step instructions, in addition to a development primer when you are new to electronics projects.
Using easy-to-find parts and gear, this homemade ebook indicates you ways to create numerous mischievous instruments, corresponding to a remote-controlled laser, motorized multicolored LEDs that write within the air, and a surveillance robotic. you are going to additionally discover ways to use the hugely renowned Arduino microcontroller board with 3 of the projects.
15 Dangerously Mad initiatives for the Evil Genius:
- Features step by step directions and priceless illustrations
- Covers crucial security measures
- Reveals the medical ideas in the back of the tasks
- Removes the disappointment factor--all required components are indexed, besides sources
Build those devious units to amaze your folks and confound your enemies!
- Coil gun
- Ping pong ball minigun
- Mini laser turret
- Balloon-popping laser gun
- Touch-activated laser sight
- Laser-grid intruder alarm
- Persistence-of-vision show
- Covert radio malicious program
- Laser voice transmitter
- Flash bomb
- High-brightness LED strobe
- Levitation computer
- Surveillance robot
Each enjoyable, low-cost Evil Genius venture features a specified checklist of fabrics, assets for elements, schematics, and plenty of transparent, well-illustrated directions for simple meeting. the bigger workbook-style structure and handy two-column structure make following the step by step directions a breeze.
VIDEOS, pictures, AND resource CODE can be found AT WWW.DANGEROUSLYMAD.COM
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