And it’s the start of the weekend.
For many of us, that’s a chance to carve out a big chunk of time to work on a project.
Today, I set aside some time to browse the web.
Looking for fun projects that people are building.
And boy did I find some exciting things!
Maybe you’re already working on something.
…or maybe you’re just getting started and haven’t had the chance to figure out your next build.
Anyway, I think you’re going to like the following projects.
These are my 5 top picks to inspire you to get started (or continue) on your project.
- Captain Credible’s micro:bit orchestra:
This is a project that a friend of mine made for a museum in Oslo, Norway. It’s a programmable orchestra where it’s possible for the public to program their own instruments:
- The mechanical tulip lamp
This is a beautiful creation of a lamp/piece of art that blooms. It comes with instructions on how to build one yourself:
- The incredible robots of Boston Dynamics
You might have seen this one before. Or one of the other robots by this company. They have done a fantastic job of getting their robots to move around the environment, inspired by humans and animals:
- How to place a lot of dominos?
Have you ever seen those videos with thousands of domino bricks laid out in a pattern? You push one domino at the beginning, and they all start to fall, one by one. Cool, but must be a lot of work right? Not necessarily with the help of the Lego domino row building machine:
- The Sudoku Solver
Talking about Lego… My wife and I have been spending a lot of time solving Sudoku puzzles lately. Maybe we should have just built this one:
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Keep On Soldering!
Oyvind @ build-electronic-circuits.com