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What is it? This is a Spacehuhn blinky badge kit. @spacehuhn is the author of the deauther script for ESP8266 modules. Why did you make it? Having met Stefan Kremser at 34C3, the 34th chaos commun...Read More…
This is a Spacehuhn blinky badge kit. @spacehuhn is the author of the deauther script for ESP8266 modules.
Having met Stefan Kremser at 34C3, the 34th chaos communication congress, we've talked about badges and how he'd like to see a Spacehuhn badge. Since the artwork was most important, we agreed on a simple RGB flashing badge, not unlike the tindie badge. So after receiving some Inkscape and Eagle files, I cooked up this lovely chicken in space.
I thought about the process of getting multi-colored PCBs on the cheap and came to the conclusion that covering white silkscreen with pens would be the easiest solution. Be aware that the color is neither scratch proof nor resistant to isopropyl. You can pin this on any clothing you want.
Size is approximately 5cm x 5cm (2inch x 2inch).
This is a kit so assembly is required. If you don't think you're able to solder the switch or the hole kit, there's an option for you, too.
You will get:
Batteries not included. This will not be sent with batteries, just buy 2032 batteries or use rechargeables, both voltages (3V and 3.6V) are fine.
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My name is Dave and I'm from Berlin - web developer by day, tinkerer at night. Since early 2014 I'm sharing my projects on hackaday.io and learned a lot about electronics on that platform. I like to design and share cool looking printed circuit boards and 3D printed projects. Sneaking in a cool spin on something is my goal, what sometimes leads me to abandoned projects. That's nothing I plan to sell here though! This is the better end of my projects, revised to work as a kit or sell as one piece. Why sit on 10+ unpopulated project boards and parts - someone else might want one too! On hackaday.io I will share insights and design decisions, as well as schematics and design files. Thank you for checking out my store on tindie!
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