WSU GoBabyGo Modification – Adjustable Tray and Throttle Button

This electric toy car was modified for Trexton, a four-year-old boy with athetoid cerebral palsy. His condition significantly limits motor function and, in turn, reduces his ability to support his own weight. Thus, operation of a stock toy vehicle would be extremely challenging. This build was focus…By: WSUGoBabyGo Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


RGB One Button USB Keyboard

Ever felt the need to have a tiny, yet functional, RGB backlit keyboard, no bigger than the size of a single key? No? Who cares, make one anyway! This instructable will guide you through the steps you need to make your very own, slightly useless, one button keyboard. Parts and Tools To make this …By:(…)


Audi TTs 12V With Big Mac Button (Waylon)

Here are some BEFORE pictures of Waylon’s car. Gathering Parts/Materials Materials: Yellow Audi TTs 12V (https://www.amazon.com/Audi-Battery-Powered-Wheels-Remote/dp/B015MKZS36) 1 Relay 1 Big Mac Button Velcro StripsWoodKill Switch ButtonTools: Measuring tape/ruler Electrical tape Duct tap…By: WSUGoBabyGo Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


Complaint Button II: Hammer Time

"Complaint Button II: Hammer Time" is another simple automata designed to discourage complaining. Designed to appear as a cluttered workbench (as mine always is), this model was inspired by both my original "Complaint Button" and by the numerous requests I received to update the design with a more …By: gzumwalt Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring(…)


Wooden HandHeld Games Console RetroPie Bullet Button, and Missile Switch

Here is a relatively definitive guide on how to build your own handheld games console out of wood, using bullet shells for buttons and a missile switch as a power switch. It works with RetroPie and EmulationStation on the Raspberry Pi and includes a tiny audio amplifier, speakers and a LithiumIon …By: HowardLJTaylor Continue Reading(…)


Complaint Button.

"Complaint Button" is a simple automata designed to discourage complaining. Pressing the button reinforces the unofficial "no complaining in my office" rule, in a "forceful" yet whimsical manner. This model is not recommended at all for the youngsters!Inspiration for Complaint Button occurred awhi…By: gzumwalt Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured