A fidget spinner with an on-board Arduino that can display images and text as it spins.Designed by idlehandsdev, Ships from Canada
Arduino persistence of vision fidget spinner. A fun diy project that teaches about programming while using a fun toy. Its different than other POV fidget spinners because it uses magnetic latches ...Read More…
Arduino persistence of vision fidget spinner.
A fun diy project that teaches about programming while using a fun toy.
Its different than other POV fidget spinners because it uses magnetic latches and magnets in the bearing cap to know how fast and what direction it is spinning.
The body and caps for the fidget spinner can be printed at Shapeways. More information can be found in the HackADay.io project here: https://hackaday.io/project/25538-pov-fidget-spinner
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Canada Post: PCB Mail
For shipping small bare PCBs.
Canada Post: Small Packet Air < 250g
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