Here is what you need:
1. A bluetooth headset
2. Some standard wires
3. At least one Glove
4. A knife for cutting
That’s it. How simple and how awesome?!
Music by: Synaptic_Decay
As with this experiment and all other HouseHold Hacker videos. We cannot be held responsible for damage or mistakes made if attempting the experiments. These projects are for demonstration purposes only and should not be attempted at home.
Change a normal 9v battery into a life saver. If you have ever run out of juice on your phone and could really use a quick charge then you need a USB battery.
1 5.1v zener diode
1 330-ohm resistor
1 9v battery connector
1 9v battery
solder and soldering iron
(you can get all of this at radio shack)
1. Solder the Zener diode to the left and right USB connector prongs.
2. Solder the black wire of the 9v connector to the left prong and the right wire to the resistor.
3. solder the other end of the resistor to the right prong.
4. Hook up battery and go to town.
Music: DoKashiteru – http://ccmixter.org/files/DoKashiteru…
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The Christmas is coming and I have to say that I’ve found the perfect gift, at least for me. It’s called the Fragile Future 2 and it consists of a LED lighting fixture that is custom built and I’m sure that it will look great on my wall. The light sources are made of LEDs and dandelion seed pods which means that you REALLY have to be careful around it.
It was designed by Lonneke Gordijn from Design Drift, and he says that you can have your LED lighting fixture with 3 to 50 light modules, probably depending on how much money you have. Well, each light module measures 8×12 inches so you should check your walls to see where you can fit the Fragile Future 2.
Tell us what you think, give your shout out in the comments below.
We love Home Theatre (pronounced ‘truh’) here at Unplggd. Unfortunately (or fortunately), we have a number of projects going at any given time so we haven’t had even a moment to put together a proper arrangement- until now.