By Simon Monk
UNLEASH YOUR internal MAD SCIENTIST!
"Wonderful. I realized much analyzing the specific yet effortless to appreciate instructions."--BoingBoing
This wickedly creative consultant explains how you can layout and construct 15 fiendishly enjoyable electronics tasks. choked with photographs and illustrations, 15 Dangerously Mad initiatives for the Evil Genius contains step by step instructions, in addition to a building primer in the event you are new to electronics projects.
Using easy-to-find elements and gear, this home made booklet indicates you the way to create various mischievous instruments, resembling 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 important illustrations
- Covers crucial safeguard measures
- Reveals the medical ideas at the back of the projects
- Removes the disappointment factor--all required components are indexed, in addition to sources
Build those devious units to amaze your pals 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 display
- Covert radio bug
- Laser voice transmitter
- Flash bomb
- High-brightness LED strobe
- Levitation machine
- Surveillance robot
Each enjoyable, low-cost Evil Genius undertaking features a distinct record of fabrics, assets for components, schematics, and many transparent, well-illustrated directions for simple meeting. the bigger workbook-style format and handy two-column structure make following the step by step directions a breeze.
VIDEOS, photographs, AND resource CODE can be found AT WWW.DANGEROUSLYMAD.COM
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15 Dangerously Mad Projects for the Evil Genius by Simon Monk