For the home

Dummy Security Camera

I’ve searched the net for a dummy security camera to place in front of my apartment, didn’t be able to find a good & free one. So designed my own.

 

The design

The design

 

The camera lens inside is actually a wide angle LED lens which is available on the market. Even without it the cam will look very real.

There are 4 holes for 3mm leds that will imitate IR lighting leds inside the cameras. There is empty space inside so if you like you can place a circuit to flash them, or anyhting else. Even a real camera can be fitted in, making my design not a dummy but a real security cam. Ebay is full of small cameras, many of them wireless that canfit inside.

Printed and painted camera on duty.

Printed and painted camera on duty.

There is also a dummy wireless antenna thing on top.

 

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Mp3 Player Blimp-Zeppelin

Here is the Hindenburg. Mp3 player blimp lamp hanging decoration.

Hindenburg perspective view

Hindenburg perspective view

 

 

I used a mp3 player module-board bought from ebay for 4.5$. it works nice.

I used a mp3 player module-board bought from ebay for 4.5$. it works nice.

Front view

Front view

Speakers have a 40mm diameter.

Speakers have a 40mm diameter.

 

This is the chinese mp3 player from ebay.

This is the chinese mp3 player from ebay.


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New Table Clock

This is a new clock design which I’ve been working on for several days. It uses our multi-clock electronic circuit & hardware. The case is a completely new design from scratch. Can be printed by a rapid prototype machine. Comprised of 5 parts, front and rear body, 3 buttons and a rear lid for programmer slot. This product is the first one with this feature that enables firmware updates through this lid. Just open the lid, insert the programming socket and upload new firmware. No tools, no unscrewing necessary. Read on for downloading the necessary files. You can click this, this or this for our older clock designs.

Perspective view in steampunk clock mode

Perspective view in steampunk clock mode

3d printed and assembled clock, working.

3d printed and assembled clock, working.

 

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Table Clock (Now includes PCB and HEX files)

This is a design for a table clock which uses the steampunk clock hardware & firmware.

Solidworks screenshot of the design in steampunk clock mode

Solidworks screenshot of the design in steampunk clock mode

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table clock running with bikepunk face graphics.

Read more to download the  STL, PCB and HEX files for  design. Pretty much everything to build this product.

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SteamPunk Clock

steampunk clock

screenshot from solidworks

The creation of this article is a kitsch product that looks and pretends to be like a steam engine.

But within the body, there is microprocessor power and a graphics LCD screen that can display various clock faces.

It can generate a number of  sound effects suitable for the current clock graphic displayed on the LCD.

The body is suitable to be produced at a 3D printer.

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Lemon Juice Thingy

Our design is selected as the thing of the week in 3D Genious.

the design

3D Printed Product

 

inside a lemon

inside a lemon

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Juicy Salif Model

Not all squeezers are actually meant to squeeze. Perhaps the most famous example of this is the Juicy Salif, designed by Philippe Starck in 1990. It is considered an icon of industrial design that has been displayed in New York’s Museum of Modern Art. It is manufactured by Italian kitchenware company Alessi. Its diameter is 14 cm, height 29 cm, and it is made from cast and polished aluminium. As the founder of the company Alberto Alessi recalls “I received a napkin from Starck, on it among some incomprehensible marks (tomato sauce, in all likelihood) there were some sketches. Sketches of squid. They started on the left, and as they worked their way over to the right, they took on the unmistakable shape of what was to become the juicy salif. While eating a dish of squid and squeezing a lemon over it, Starck drew on the napkin his famous lemon squeezer.” 

how it is used

how it is used

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