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November 1, 2012
about 2 months ago
I just discovered that this little remote really has 21 buttons, but only 9 of the 21 buttons are available!
It would be a killer feature to have a cheap IR remote like this with at least two button plates:
1. The standard one you have here
2. One with all 21 buttons with generic labels (grid style A1 - C7) or (the HEX codes)
Also include little stickers to put over the buttons so we can customize our own remote. :)
News - Stupid Arduinos: The RedB…
about a year ago
Even though it’s “stupid” it sounds like it was a lot of fun to make. I am interested in one of the extra Pro Micro-ATX boards and expansion cards.
News - T³: Etching your own cir…
about 3 years ago
This is a great tutorial.
I’ve etched a few circuit boards at home, and even etched aluminum for another project, using Copper Chloride in Aqueous Hydrochloric Acid Solution. I came across this better etching solution, IMHO on instrucatable.com. You can check it out here, Stop-using-Ferric-Chloride-etchant!.
about 4 years ago
Great product, especially since it drys extremely fast compared to other pens.
News - SparkFun Live: Valentine'…
about 4 years ago
Cool!, they used Circuit Scribe Conductive Ink Pen https://www.sparkfun.com/products/13254
(~55:12) but didn’t use it in their valentines projects…
Though they do mention Circuit Scribe earlier (~48:08) and don’t do it justice. The main feature that sets it apart from other conductive pens is it’s extremely quick dry time. It is ready to go within 60s after drawing…
Apart from that, Great Job! :)
A simple Raspberry Pi touch screen kiosk
Find your payload or rocket with these parts…
My brother-in-law has cerebral palsy and has trouble...
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