I submitted two projects for the Hackaday Prize 2018 The RC Solarboat with E.M.P. drive The UD-Alert for my son You can check and follow them here. If you want, you can leave a "like" on my projects. Thank you #hackadayprize2018
Here is my donation check for the Fondation autisme luxembourg. Thanks to all the people who bought a Light It Up Blue Light.
My wife is a huge Hello Kitty fan, so I decided to build her a new night light Its done with a laser cutter an a little led electronic. Here are the PCBs with the 3mm pink LEDs. Did you see the cool switch design with the little Kitty 🙂 Here is the wooden base … Continue reading A Gift For My Wife
My new PCB's arrived today. Thank you https://www.seeedstudio.com/ It was my first panel order, and I love the result.
Hi, I designed this LED sign for the World Autism Awareness Day on April 2, 2018. The signs are for sale and the price is 25$ They are handmade and the profit go's to the local autism foundation here in Luxemburg. To my luxemburgish page To my german Page Connect it to a free USB … Continue reading My new Led Sign is for sale
I've done this project, to update my skills, on how to use a laser cutter. This was my first try building a Led light like this. I learned how to do things and how not to do them 🙂 Hope you enjoy my instructable @ instructables.com Check out the video https://youtu.be/cQ2dcU7hWno
I'm really feeling pissed off, when I see people using my designs and try to sell them as their idea. This guy makes a nearly 100% copy of my Data Glass and only after I send him an email he added "inspired by Alains Projects". I think thats not the way open source should work. … Continue reading Feeling pissed off
My red blue grow lights are good for my plants, but it's a not very natural light for my eyes. When I look through green glass it looks much better. So I build me a green glasses and it looks very stylish 🙂 First I disassemble a welding goggles. Then I cut 2 green … Continue reading Green Glasses
To mount the Led modules, I need spacers, so I made them with the laser cutter. The cad program is QCad and to vectorize, I use Inkscape.
Today I started to build the twenty grow lights. They are for my primeval code experiment. My eyes are no longer the bests for soldering work, so I do the work with a microscope. And 14 of 20 are ready for today.