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Just a heads up, the video mentions dual 3A ports on the battery pack. However, only one of the ports outputs 3A.

I like where you are headed with that... you could also add an eccentric rotating mass (ERM) (aka vibrating) motor to get it to wobble.

Here is the GitHub repository for this project (also linked above). I believe the files are in the…

I know there are specific restrictions on international orders (however, the rules get changed every few months). As a rule of thumb, if…

Unfortunately, we do not and JOEL_E_B has moved on to his next adventure. However, he did link the…

And, if you don't want it riding around in the car, you could substitute a "human presence sensor" (e.g., motion sensor or range sensor) for…

Great video! I especially liked the "twin" talking about the driver -- that was cute! I envy the kids today that have these sort of…

Yay! Another option with a built in real time clock! (And some serious computing power to boot!) The folks designing the Teensy are mindful…

hi. thank you it is great. do you have the cable plan?

So, I'm still seeing a warning on the battery pages. Are you able to ship batteries to Canada?

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