All of the hardware components are finished. Now it’s time to decorate and finish your DIY Light-Up Wand project.
We’re almost done building the base. This will wrap up the last of the electronic components for your DIY Light-Up Wand
Check out the supply list for making your very own light-up wand.
See how you can make your own Light-Up wand, just on time for Halloween or any occasion.
Sharky “Legs” is back on his path to greatness. As I mention in the video, this one will be a little short, yet I have some new equipment on the way. So the future ones should be at a more reasonable length. Let’s jump in.
First run at recording a game together. Was a lot of fun to make, just not to edit. Tip I learned was to only record 20-25 min.
ELK Stack It stands for Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana. All working together to give you a free centralized logging solution. I’ve spent several hours searching multiple sites and getting multiple answers with some that applied to out of date software version. All to get a centralized System Log Server on...
There is nothing like coming home after a long day at work and opening a nice cold beer. What is even better, is being the one who made it. This will not be an end-all-guide to brewing, but it will help you get started. I am by no means an expert, but I’ve done some brewing and hopefully you can learn from the mistakes I’ve made and become a great at homebrewing.
This is one of the clay animation projects I made a few years ago. It was a lot of tedious and time-consuming, yet a lot of fun. It just goes to show what you can accomplish with extra earthquake putty and some boredom to manage. I had a super old, low resolution, webcam I was using to make it. It was a Logitech webcam that actually had some software bundled with it to make it easier to do stop motion. It was very basic, but it got the job done. I’ve had a few other stop motion clips in the works, but never got around to finishing them.