Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by WilHarris, 23 Mar 2006.
Wow.... i so want to try that out. But i need to own a fridge first. But that site is definatly going in in my bookmarks.
Such TINEY resistors!!!
thats freaking awesome. Damn my lack of soldering skills and electronics knowledge! Curses!
Pure freaking genius
If you want them to move... http://www.instructables.com/ex/i/3C61E5B2FF42102880EC001143E7E506/?ALLSTEPS
yeah but that involves a spinning wheel to make a static image, and them some coding to make that static image look like its moving
i dont think it would work well on a fridge
That is awsome im going to do that
simply amazing :O
i might try it, well i want too
this project looks amazing
those SM resistors, and magnets must be soooooo small
i wonder how much it cost him
Looks great. I couldn't work out how the resistors were put in there. Are they just in parallel accross the 2 terminals or something?
I always thought that the resistor went in series on 1 of the legs but if that was the case it would have to be between the magnet and the leg which I can't see how he did that. Can anyone illuminate this problem :groan:
what he did was make a loop on one of the legs
when it had all set, he cut the loop and put a resistor in
this means it is in series, took me a while to work out what he was doing, beacause it also looked to me like he had put them accross both terminals at first
Wow, great project
On another note, did anyone read those comments on his page? SO ANGRY! that dude goes fskin off
socketmaster wrote the guide and i dont see him getting angry anywhere in the comments
I meant Q-Branch. he said nice things like: I know you ignorance come from inexperience. I attribute you arrogance to the fact you must be an american. Now pay attention.
well it seems that q-branch did the original "electro-gaf"
IMO the magnetic fridge magnets have been made a lot better
its all a bit of a stupid argument really, seems to be turning into mini flame wars instead of actually answering peoples questions
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