small AC generator 230 V using a single neodymium sphere, a coil without core from a 230 V syncronous motor ( A4 laminators or microwaves turntable motor), a 3 V DC motor (inside electric car toys), and a battery.
Small generator Ac 230 V created in educational purpose.....I'm using it also when I'm traveling :) easy to replicate, using a single neodymium sphere 13 mm diameter, a coil without core , dc motor 3 V and a battery 3,7 V 600 mAh. Tested led bulbs 3 W - 9 W 230 V.
Racing games on smart-phones are a little bit tricky to play when You use Your phone accelerometer. Phone is to small to give You a good precision. There is however a solution for that. You can create a cardboard steering wheel which improve not only the precision but also a grip and give You a little bit of driving car feeling.
So you've tried everything you were taught in Boy / Girl Scouts, the entire campsite has been ravaged of every pine needle, or pine cone, and you've just used up the last of your charcoal lighting fluid to no avail. The children wait anxiously with their marshmallows on sticks, and your companion looking for a romantic night in front of a roaring campfire has fallen asleep! What to do!!!
I am a stroke patient and part of my treatment makes my hands shake badly which is no good for texting etc .so i bought a Wacom Fineline Stylus only to find it won't work with iphone.Does anybody know how to enable it?or is there an 'S' pen type stylus available?
Probably the tandoori oven!
Step 1: Take Your Hand Grinder and Attach a Hand Drill... Instagram.
What are some things that inspire you? What do you want to learn here? Where are you from? What's your favorite episode of MaGyver?
Recently, Seth Froom of Louisiana came up with a case for the iPhone that turns it into a stun gun. Dubbed "The Yellow Jacket" this case is said to deliver a 650,000 jolt of electricity to would be home invaders.
He made some pretty far-fetched things...what do you think was the craziest?
I think the dollar store ha ha.
Grease stopper of course :)
Defribulator (I think that is how it's spelled) out of a candlestick!
Mine is the needle nose pliers because they are so darn useful for so many activities.