Tips: You will need at least a multimeter, a pen or some way to mark the polarity, a welder, more wires, some kind of glue (hot glue did not work for me) and a jumper pin. It is important to check the transmitters polarity with the multimeter. Ralf of the transmitters in my kit was inverted. You will need some welder expertise and some patience to glue the transmitters. One last tip. The object to levitate needs to be smaller than half of the wave length. In practical terms smaller than 3 millimeters (0,12 inches).
Inexpensive, CircuitPython device for less than a burger-with-coke!
It works straight out of the box preloaded with a few demo games. To program it, connect it using MicroUSB, and using ThonnyIDE one can effortlessly run your CircuitPython programs on the device. When connected to USB and powered on, it exposes a removable drive, which you can copy files-to-from the device, such as Adafruit libraries.
So why CircuitPython? its actually derived MicroPython. practically the same, but Adafruit has added a lot more devices, libraries.
See the small review on my Youtube channel #easylab4kids
I just started developing for Maduino with Arduino IDE. Everything works fine until now. There is just one thing to improve - please connect Ring-Pin (10) of SIM module with a free GPIO of SAMD for future releases in order to let the SAMD sleep until a SMS or Call is coming. With Ring Pin connected I would give a 5 star rate and I would order additional Maduinos.
When re-searching how this has been done, the levitation's as intersting (and practical) as the method. 'Makerfabs' , an experiment, working from Shenzen for outsourcing,globally, at a free-lancer level... And the results? yep, they've done it. Now who's going to be cleaver enough to use it? The biggest risk after sales, propotionate overheads, seeing as the service user can assume they did everything they should have, on all count counts... what a ak cent on vampire guy? he d therves an cuv ant....hypno-tique!