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hotcoldgif The GIFs of Weekend Projects

We’ve been building up a repository of beginner-friendly electronics projects over at Weekend Projects, accompanied by our excellent Weekend Projects playlist on YouTube. A less-prevalent feature of the series are the GIFs I have made for some of the projects, which have been included in blog posts and the bi-weekly newsletter. You can see a small collection of these GIFs below. The above GIF is a preview of our next project, due out later this week. To get first glimpse at this brand new project, sign up below for the Weekend Projects Newsletter.

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beamsymet 5s 580w The GIFs of Weekend Projects

This “Symet” is inspired by biology, electronics, aesthetics, and mechanics. It’s a BEAM bot!

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The Optical Tremolo Box makes for a great GIF, but you have to hear it to believe it. Check out the video to see how to build this effects box, using a photoresistor and homemade patterned disks.

Projects in Motion

Projects in Motion experiments with the venerable 555 timer to build three separate motor controllers. This is an “H-bridge,” one of the simplest circuit designs around.

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A micro relay and PIR proximity sensor join forces in our Monkey Couch Guardian. When a creature passes in front of the sensor, the relay is activated.

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Jam on light waves with the Infrared String Bass, which combines an infrared emitter and detector to turn light into audio!

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Build a small powered speaker to amplify your portable music player with this circuit, driving the MonoBox Powered Speaker project. Then encase your wares inside a cigar box or an enclosure of your own design.

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Nick Normal

I’m an artist & maker. A lifelong biblioholic, and advocate for all-things geekathon. Home is Long Island City, Queens, which I consider the greatest place on Earth. 5-year former Resident of Flux Factory, co-organizer for World Maker Faire (NYC), and blogger all over the net. Howdy!


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