Posts tagged: instructables

WHAT’S UP INTERNET!!!!!!!

By , June 5, 2012 8:29 pm

Hey! What’s up!?!!

Here is my latest project in collaboration with a friend in Calgary, Alberta.

httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27cKgrcAoGQ

Here is the instructables, it for the 3D printer contest! Please vote for me!!
http://www.instructables.com/id/Horizontal-gyroscope-stabilization-camera-system/

I will be filming a drifting session with a friend with is M3! That will be sick!
Now I need to work on a version for Ken Block !

what about me? Well, I sort of finish school in Dec 2011. I found a pretty sick job in RnD!! I will talk about it later in a other post.

Arduino Fart-O-Meter

By , February 17, 2011 1:22 am

Hey, I am back from Hong Kong and here is my lastest project for instructables. I made that thing in less then 13 days!

http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-Fart-O-Meter/

Yes you read “arduino” and “fart” in the same sentence!

It’s already featured on:

This video will explain everything!
httpvhd://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yv8-mPuJaQ0

fart-o-meter

Here it is mounted on the chair directly. It is wireless!

fart-o-meter

This is the emitter on the chair. That is a barebone arduino.

far-o-meterAnd here is the receiver. The servo motor simply points to the fart intensity on the white sheet of paper.

nRF2401A Transceiver with Chip Antenna (Sparkfun sku: WRL-00152)

Those are nRF2401A Transceiver with Chip Antenna (Sparkfun sku: WRL-00152). Pretty small and easy to use with the Arduino. There is a library for those modules.

methane fart-o-meter MQ-4

I had a lot of fun playing with the MQ-4 methane sensor. The black thing around it is a protective sleeve that I ended up not using. Those suckers heat up and consume 175mA! There is a little heater inside. The moment gas is present, it evaporates and change the output voltages! Fun to use but hard to test… I always had a hard time to try to fart on that thing, I could not fart on command. It’s only when I disconnected the sensor and Arduino from my computer that I started farting like hell! I was piss because it takes up to a minute to heat up and be ready to use. (btw, you can use the butane from a lighter to test it. There is less joy)

Halloween in Hong Kong

By , November 10, 2010 10:14 am

Hey!

I was lucky enough to be in HK for Halloween! It was insane!


Why am I wearing this costume of “NO PICTURES”?  Here is a hint:


They are everywhere! They made me fell like a STAR!

Check out this awesome panoramic pictures taking with my Sony camera! It is photoshop to make it clear and nice (ok not really).

I have uploaded all those pictures on my flickr account. You can see the set here http://bit.ly/brtmqC

I also made a instructables for fun on how I made my costume. You can vote for it too.
http://www.instructables.com/id/No-pictures-costume-for-Hong-Kong-Halloween/

I explain everything about my story on how I got the idea.

I also meet those awesome yoyo player from Hong Kong!  Yeah, I use to play yoyo like a maniac back in the days. Here is a pictures with the gang. It’s because of them that I when to that crazy Halloween party (twice)!

If they look good, it’s because the guy who took the pictures is a good photograph!! :)

Battle symet

By , February 15, 2010 2:54 pm

Here is a other robot I made for Solarbotics instructables.  The principal is base on the “symet” robot. Symet stand for symetrical/symmetric robot. You have a single motor where the shaft rest on the ground. It moves in different directions depending of the point of contact around the shaft and the ground. In my case I use 3 wheels and one of them is motorized. When the motor is powered, the entire robot spins in circles while moving foward.

If you want to build your own, please visit :

http://www.instructables.com/id/Solar-Powered-Battle-Symet-BEAM-Style/


Here is the embeded instructables. Have fun!


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The “wanna be miniball” robot

By , November 16, 2009 5:44 pm

Check out my project I made for Solarbotics. It is a rolling robot inside a plastic ball.

If you want to build your own wanna be miniball, please visit :

http://www.instructables.com/id/Solar-Powered-Miniball-Wannabe/

wanna_be_miniball_ 111

This is the first time trying to embed a instructables!


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