Basic Stamp based DIY Laser Light show makes use of scrap parts

Most of us has a lot of scrap parts lying around, most are just taking dust and space. This project takes the junk away and replaces it with a dangerously beautiful light show. Now why dangerous? This project uses a laser from an old DVD player – and yes if your eyes gets exposed to its light it could damage your retina. After building one these make sure to direct it to a wall and no eyes should be in its path. A Basic stamp is used to  control the speed of 2 motors, each motor is driven by an NPN transistor. The first motor is agled at 4 degrees while the second is at 6 degrees – Varying these angles would also vary the size of the projected laser … Continue reading

Automatic slate camera using a basic stamp

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To spice up his daughter’s birthday party PeckLauros fashioned a tricky contraption that seems to come from an old movie house. It’s actually a replica of a camera that sits in one of the corners of their party place – but this one is not an ordinary camera replica – this one actually roles the reel when someone comes into its range of vision. To make it clear it only roles the reel not really recording things – but kids love it. This neatly constructed piece of work was made using PVC tubes, elbows, a servo moto, a couple of DC motors and of course who would miss out – the microcontroller.  PeckLauros used a basic stamp in conjunction with a servo motor and an ultrasonic range finder. The ultrasonic … Continue reading

The BalloonSat Extreme – The Easy Way to DIY Your Own Space Program!

The BalloonSat Extreme

As a human being, we’re only a very tiny part in this universe. Hence, many people, especially the scientists and astronauts are trying their best to explore the unknown space territory and unveil the mystery behind the universe! Well, people always thought it’s hard to reveal the truth of the universe, as we need to have some very high-end equipment to perform this task! Believe it or not, there’s an easy way for the ordinary civilian like us to experience the fun of space. Yep, all you have to do is developing your very own “The BalloonSat Extreme” device. To be honest, the goal behind the BalloonSat is to give opportunity to an individual who want to create an experiment for near space. The greater part about this project is … Continue reading

The Astounding Nickel-O-Matic Robot!

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Robotic is always a very fascinating stuffs, as it can be used to perform different kind of tasks after you’ve well-programmed it. If you’re one of the loyal fans of robotic, then you must check this Nickel-O-Matic robot. The main goal of this Nickel-O-Matic robot is to print a cool message on a wooden token. It’s as easy as ABC to develop this Nickel-O-Matic robot. It uses inkjet technology to print a custom message on both sides of 1-1/2″ diameter blank wooden nickels. A BASIC Stamp 2 is being used to control the mechanical movement while a Propeller Chip is for controlling the inkjet system. Both of the controllers run a total of four hobby servos, three stepper motors, one DC motor, one DC vacuum pump, one inkjet head and … Continue reading

The World’s First Talking and Fastest BASIC Stamp Supercomputer is Arrived!

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Computer has becoming one of the most important gadgets in this 21st century and people cannot live without the existence of computer at all! If you’re bored about the ordinary computer, then it’s time to have something more thrilling in your daily life. Guys, let’s meet the world’s first talking and fastest BASIC Stamp Supercomputer! Basically, this BASIC Stamp Computer is a simply project and it’s using 12 Parallax BASIC Stamp microcontrollers. The components are fully connected together for hardware/software clustered parallel processing. The BASIC Stamp computer is can be communicated by English and Chinese voice (EMIC TTS board), lights (21 LEDs), vision sound (12 speakers), motion (PIR), ports (176), infrared, Vibra Tab Mass detector, accelerometer, temperature chip, ultrasonics (PING), LCD, and a tiny uOLED color monitor (Isn’t this longer … Continue reading