Here is a simple way to make a stylish USB bracelet. The project is very simple and requires no technical skills, but will take some time. The largest amount of time you will spend is making the bracelet, so be sure to have your home-making skills fired up and ready to go.
Items you will need:
- Flexible cardboard
- Duct tape
- Super glue
- Verbatim TUFF ‘N’ TINY USB Flash Drive
The first step is cutting up the cardboard to make the back-bone of the bracelet.
Using tape to secure the lead start of the yarn, start wrapping
Angry Birds is a great game for the first couple weeks. New levels, new designs, new challenges. However, the game gets a little stail for the 30+. Today, we came across something which might re-kindle the fire for the 30-somethings who got burned out after a couple weeks.
How about taking the slingshot in the game and making it real life? This is exactly what this DIY hacker did.
Over at MBed, the DIY tutorial for a USB slingshot gives step by step instructions, source code, design schematics and more for you to successfully remake a USB slingshot.
Instructables has a nice USB LED lantern DIY project. I think the most important part about this project is getting a cool enough looking lantern. Make sure it’s 50s-60s style with some wear on ti.
For the full instructions go to the Instructables page.
Looking to for a simple DIY project for a school report or class event, this USB charger is it! Or if you’re just looking to try your hand with some simple electronic wiring to see if you have what it takes.
Well, using some off-the-shelf times, a battery and the simple schematics below you can have a great USB charge for just about any USB product.
The full tutorial is at Instructables, and I’ve also seen a couple good comments in their thread, like:
These days it’s popular to take just about any house hold item, a USB flash drive, and mill out a space to make a USB mod case. Today’s post is no exception. Using just two dice and a mini USB, in four easy steps you can make a USB dice key-chain.
Step 1: Get your items. Dice, USB, Dremel, blue or epoxy and a file.
Step 2: After some measurements, mill out the hold where the USB will be inserted.
Step 3: Repeat step 2 for the second die as this will be your cap. You also need to drill a hole on a dice side for the lanyard which will attached to your key-chain
Step 4: Epoxy the USB drive into the base die, and attached the lanyard to the cap die. Now you’ve got a USB dice key-chain.
You might want to take things a step further and
Found this today, little kid project for turning a USB drive into a Shuriken. Not familiar with the term, then check this out.
As for the tutorial and link, it’s after the jump.