I made a flashlight using the product LittleBits. I called it the Squashelight because of its square form (square + flashlight). I had to put a lot of work intothis, even though my original plan worked. The way it worked was that when the button in the hole […]
For the final, I wound up going with the string and spool idea for the final. I decided to use this idea, because even though it wasn’t close to being complete, I felt that it had the fewest risks of all the ideas we tested. For example, the main risks involved in the […]
My idea for a final project was to have a working, sleek black flashlight. It started off as a bit of cardboard, but extended into a bigger box. This was the way I had intended it from the start, but the result was magnificent. However, it took a lot of tries and I […]
My idea for the little bits project was to build a mechanism known as the “dork loser,” which would pull my bathroom door closed behind me. I chose this because I was getting annoyed that my mom always left my bathroom door open, and I ‘d have to get up out of bed to close […]
First, I was instructed to create a Clap-On Clap-Off light With the product LittleBits. I used a formation that went like this;
Power/Battery → Sound Trigger → RBG LED.
It worked very well and I think that if put on a bigger scale with a brighter light, […]
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