Inspired by fountain and special effect shows, I've been doing my own small light shows for years. This project is never ending in that I'm always thinking up new ideas on how to make the show bigger and more impressive than the last.
A tutorial on how to make a Visual Basic program that can communicate with an Arduino via serial connection. This was more of a website-building project for myself that happens to offer some information people seem to be looking for.
A DIY Bluetooth speaker with quality that you'd expect from a DIY Bluetooth speaker.
Beep beep beep! This project is a throwback of sorts to my very first childhood electronics project.
My go at obstacle-avoidance robots involved cardboard, tape, and silly smiles.
A custom-designed digital clock.
A Windows program full of information and tutorials on electronics.
Sending temperature, humidity, and light sensor values to the internet and, thus, the world!
Powering on a set of lights to guide the way at a certain time early in the morning.
Ratsnest!! My adventures in designing my own printed circuit boards.
A simple control panel for a programmable logic controller that controlled nothing.
Sledgehammer at Canada's Wonderland has been one of my favorite rides since it debuted in May of 2003. It's a mechanical giant that provides interesting sights and sounds amid the screams from riders. It's known as "that ride that's always broken" but it's a great ride when it is running. With stockpiles of foam core board, I decided to try making a model of the ride.
Making websites is fun. Making them unnecessarily complicated is also fun.