My friend Meredith and I hosted these online videos for Radio Shack and Popular Mechanics. Each one features a different DIY project:
This one is just Meredith:
Here’s the page on Popular Mechanics.
I like your projects but I wish you would have provided parts lists, schematics and any other info necessary to build these on your own. The only link provided is radioshack.com/diy and these projects are no where to be found on that site.
Thanks Doug, and my understanding is that the original plan was to link to more complete parts lists. Hopefully this will be online soon! Sorry I don’t have more info at this point.
No RSS feed? I would love to follow some of these, if they were a bit more detailed, had schematics and parts list. But not having a RSS feed means I will never remember to _manually_ visit this site on a regular basis.
There is indeed a feed, which your reader should find if you subscribe to “www.murphlab.com”. But if not, here ya go:
…and by the way, glad you’re interested! I hope to get more detailed project info up in the future.
My hubby & daughter made a few blinkybugs that I thought you may like to see — I posted a short video of them in action. Thanks for the fun project!!
All the best,
I just read your post… that’s really great! I’m glad your family had fun making Blinkybugs. Looks like they came out really well! And I love the video
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