In my previous post about prototyping laser designs in cardboard, I mentioned that I’m staying in the guest bedroom that doubles as my office. I work in video, and part of my fancy video setup is an ATEM Mini Pro — basically a little video switcher. It’s a great device, but has two problems. The … Continue reading ATEM Mini Pro Covers
I built a panel etched with a QR code that lights up to your own personal colors when you scan it.
Last Halloween I built some animated light-up steampunk/mad-scientist goggles. This year, I finally got around to documenting the project.
This is one in a series of Halloween electronics posts. Read the full series: Spooky motion-sensitive Halloween eyes Interactive Halloween thunder effects Halloween goggles In my last post, I presented the motion-sensitive electronic eyes I designed for a friend’s haunted house. In this post, I will show you the module I built that generates ambient … Continue reading Interactive Halloween thunder effects