A table clock project for the Classical Fiat 500.
Read more for more photos and renders, circuit schematics and all necessary information to build this clock for your table.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4
This is a design for use as a table or a in-vehicle clock. It utilizes a DS 1307 real time clock chip and powered by a pic 12F683 microcontroller. The power can be supplied via a standard USB cable.
Read more for more informatin, renderings, step by step assembly photos, STL files for 3d printing as well as source C codes for the microcontroller. Have fun building it.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5
This product and project is aimed to be used in vehicles for generating turbo and various other sound effects.
Read more for downloading the product case STL files for 3d printing, CCS C source codes, Proteus simulation, circuit schematic and PCB layout files and also 70 different sound effects I’ve found on the net and especially prepared for this project.Read More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
I like retro games, especially retro game consoles. When i was a kid, one of our neighbour’s who used to work in abroad, used to bring his son electromechanic portable game devices or consoles i remember. We also queu up as the other kids to have our chance to play with the games. They were interesting, nearly nothing electronic or solid state inside, everything working with gears, wires, dc motors, lamps (not leds) and some color filters for creating screen effects.
I sketched several similar console designs on paper first. Selected one of them which would be easier to design, 3d print and assemble then started working in solidworks.
took me a short while to3d model the main form and a bit longer to model the components and interior assembly details.Read More
My recent project is a first in the world. As far as i’ve searched, I didnt be able to find a similar product. See the video for its operation details.
STL files for the body and bike handlebar mount kit is included in the article.
I’ve designed a complete new hardware & software for the bicycle comp that I’ve published some months ago. This one has a 128X64 monochrome graphics screen instead of the 16×2 character display of the former one.
this has got real time clock as well as the temperature sensor like the old one. But all data can either be shown fully digital or two different analog display modes.Read More
This is a bicycle computer product with 16×2 LCD screen, real time clock, temperature sensor, light sensor, total & trip distance measurement, even a knight rider led display that changes its swing speed according to the bike’s speed. A very fun project.
This is a timing device which I’ve made for a symposium in our university.
You adjust the time in the splash screen then press and hold SAY (Count) and it counts up to the adjusted time.
The timer will announce the last minutes of the time by led effects and speech.
Read more for the circuit schematic, source code and the proteus simulation fileRead More Pages: 1 2 3 4 5