by Open Source Gallery
April 23, 2014
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A battery powered-keyboard at the 1st annual BitBots Battle!
Make this robot's antennae light up by touching the two wires together!
You can control the power of the blaster on this robot, and it also has a radio transmitter!
Save big by getting all the bits you need for this project and more in one kit!
Create big inventions in a group setting. Great for schools, libraries, and makerspaces.
BB8 lights up when you use the slide dimmer. It is made out of Play Doh, Model Magic and half of a tennis ball.
Prevent premature opening of holiday gifts with this quick and easy alarm system! Just place this motion-activated alarm close to ...
This is "Funya-Funya" controller which is connected to PC with USB."Funya-Funya" is a mimetic word which means feeling like&...