Kinetic ring sculpture keeps you on edge

Arduino Craft & Design

‘Arduino inside!’

After a long day’s work, it’s nice to settle down in a comfy chair and – Freak out with some clanky metal sculpture!

A kinetic model made with recycled metal,
a bipolar stepper motor (ripped out of an old scanner), a L293D dual H-bridge and programmed with an arduino.
In short it makes alot of noise.

Brought to you by Boogerlab and the power of Arduino.

8 thoughts on “Kinetic ring sculpture keeps you on edge

  1. mike says:

    So if it has an Arduino in it that makes it worth my time?

  2. Collin Cunningham says:

    – plus the time it takes to leave a comment?
    Yup, It appears so!

  3. NiñoScript says:

    Maybe i don’t get it at all.. but i can’t seem to get the pretty/funny/interesting part about it :S

    Or maybe its my latin idiosyncrasy :P

  4. Collin Cunningham says:

    @ NiñoScript – I found the device’s manic and jarring movement and raw simplicity to be unusual and entertaining. I do having some odd tastes and a strange sense of humor at times – so it’s most likely my idiosyncrasies to blame, not yours ;)

    Thanks for inquiring so politely – i really appreciate that!

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