Raighteye

Member Since: September 3, 2012

Country: Netherlands

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My goal is to make useful and beautifully electronic wearable.

  • News - September Caption Contest | about 7 months ago

    STAPH WATCHING MEEEEEEE

  • | about 8 months ago

    my science teacher always explained the movement of electricity with trolls. Al trolls have a little bit of electric energy, and there job is to deliver that energy.

    Voltage: U

    The amount of trolls that run by every second.

    Amps: I

    The amount of energy that the trolls are carrying at one time.

    Resistance: ohm

    LARGE diameter thread is when the trolls can walk next to each other on that road, the wider the road is the more trolls can walk next to each other. They can deliver more energy at a time. (low resistance) SMALL diameter thread is when trolls are on a small road and they have to walk behind each other. they have to deliver the energy one by one. (high resistance)

    SOFT sandy roads are slower because its harder to run on (high resistance/ by material) HARD roads are fast, because you can run on them faster (low resistance/ by material)

    if there are to many trolls on a high resistance road, then they will start to fight each other, and things will heat up. it could even be so that they crash in to each other and damage the road.

    Resistors:

    resistors are road narrows to make sure that the trolls won’t fight each other and cause crashes. or to make sure that they don’t deliver to much energy at one time.

    you can explain almost everything electric with trolls XD jolts (trolls jumping over a ravine) path of least resistance (they race each other and when one finds the fastest route they al take that route)

    trolls are my go to explanation because its real easy to Imagine trolls doing that kind of stuff.

  • News - Midwest Tour and Win a Fr… | about 8 months ago

    my science teacher always explained the movement of electricity with trolls. Al trolls have a little bit of electric energy, and there job is to deliver that energy.

    Voltage: U

    The amount of trolls that run by every second.

    Amps: I

    The amount of energy that the trolls are carrying at one time.

    Resistance: ohm

    LARGE diameter thread is when the trolls can walk next to each other on that road, the wider the road is the more trolls can walk next to each other. They can deliver more energy at a time. (low resistance) SMALL diameter thread is when trolls are on a small road and they have to walk behind each other. they have to deliver the energy one by one. (high resistance)

    SOFT sandy roads are slower because its harder to run on (high resistance/ by material) HARD roads are fast, because you can run on them faster (low resistance/ by material)

    if there are to many trolls on a high resistance road, then they will start to fight each other, and things will heat up. it could even be so that they crash in to each other and damage the road.

    Resistors:

    resistors are road narrows to make sure that the trolls won’t fight each other and cause crashes. or to make sure that they don’t deliver to much energy at one time.

    you can explain almost everything electric with trolls XD jolts (trolls jumping over a ravine) path of least resistance (they race each other and when one finds the fastest route they al take that route)

    trolls are my go to explanation because its real easy to Imagine trolls doing that kind of stuff.

  • News - Your June Caption Contest | about 11 months ago

    Bigger tastes better

  • News - According to Pete - Spect… | about 11 months ago

    How about a iron-on RFID Tag, Or an card game using RFID Tag cards. you can make them all look different by using the circuit design.

  • News - According to Pete - Spect… | about 11 months ago

    how about a paper-plane or Frisbee design? With accelerometers and led’s and buzzers.

  • News - According to Pete - Spect… | about 11 months ago

    There should be a kit that you can put together using staplers. It would be an awesome kit for schools. No sewing or soldering required. Still all the fun and learning experience.

    I was thing of a radio kit. sins you could also integrate the antenna in the flexible circuit.

  • News - According to Pete - Spect… | about 11 months ago

    I think you should look at the possibilities it gives e-textile projects. I think that you can sew into the flexible circuit with a sewing machine. What means that we E-textile fans don’t have to spend hours hand-sewing. And won’t the flexible circuit design make the circuits more suitable for machine wash?

    So my official idea is, machine sew-able circuits and components.

  • Product COM-11555 | about a year ago

    this stuff i awesome!!!

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