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The Code
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# include <htc.h>
# include <stdlib.h>

thanks for the idea. did not have a pic programmer so i made mine with an attiny85. i also used through hole components. My updated circuit board does not have that jumper wire. if you look closely the IC chip and tilt switch they both resemble a satellite beaming binary data down to the earth. The battery holder is mounted on the back.

Amazing! at first I thought " this is too much detail, and no one would actually follow this".
But I hung in there and got interested about the jig you made for programming!
I changed my mind!
This was super thorough, and too much for my IQ, but I am way impressed at your level of accuracy, and detail in your designs and clean looking home made tools.
I think I understand your description of what the card displays, but I'd really like to see a video, or better pics of the card in action.
Is there one? did I miss it?
thanx sponge for this Instructable!

It's been 4 years. I wonder if your solvent welded tank is still leakproof? And can I ask why you suggest silicone must not be used in direct contact with CuCl2?

One more thing, if you add or subtract values from the Tables for your own version, don't forget to modify the jump values accordingly

I rewrote the code from scratch in Assembly. I don't know how to properly share it, so if this is incorrect, I sincerely apologize. It didn't keep the format for the comments

Emission theory or extramission theory (variants: extromission, extromittism) is the proposal that visual perception is accomplished by eye beams emitted by the eyes . This theory has been replaced by intromission theory , which states that visual perception comes from something representative of the object (later established to be rays of light reflected from it) entering the eyes. Modern physics has confirmed that light is physically transmitted by photons from a light source, such as the sun, to visible objects, and finishing with the detector, such as a human eye or camera.

In the fifth century BCE , Empedocles postulated that everything was composed of four elements ; fire, air, earth, and water. He believed that Aphrodite made the human eye out of the four elements and that she lit the fire in the eye which shone out from the eye, making sight possible. If this were true, then one could see during the night just as well as during the day, so Empedocles postulated an interaction between rays from the eyes and rays from a source such as the sun.

Around 300 BCE, Euclid wrote Optica , in which he studied the properties of light. Euclid postulated that light travelled in straight lines and described the laws of reflection and studied them mathematically. He questioned that sight is the result of a beam from the eye, for he asked how one sees the stars immediately, if one closes one's eyes, then opens them at night.

The light and heat of the sun; these are composed of minute atoms which, when they are shoved off, lose no time in shooting right across the interspace of air in the direction imparted by the shove. – On the nature of the Universe

Despite being similar to later particle theories, Lucretius's views were not generally accepted; light was still theorized as emanating from the eye.

Ptolemy (c. 2nd century) wrote about the refraction of light and developed a theory of vision that objects are seen by rays of light emanating from the eyes.

This is a real life story of engineer John Roebling building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years.

In 1883, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. However bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible feat and told Roebling to forget the idea. It just could not be done. It was not practical.

Roebling could not ignore the vision he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew deep in his heart that it could be done. He just had to share the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he managed to convince his son Washington, an up and coming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be built.

Working together for the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and inspiration, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.

The project started well, but when it was only a few months underway a tragic accident on the site took the life of John Roebling. Washington was also injured and left with a certain amount of brain damage, which resulted in him not being able to talk or walk…

Everyone had a negative comment to make and felt that the project should be scrapped since the Roeblings were the only ones who knew how the bridge could be built.

The first thing you'll want to do is make a mount for your project.  I laser cut a piece of acrylic into a wand shape, but you could use a piece of plywood, cardboard, or plastic.  I've attached the adobe illustrator and eps files of the wand and correct hole 0.1" hole spacing for the LEDs and resistors; even if you don't have a laser cutter, these files still might be useful to print out as a template.  Drill out the holes with a drill and a small drill bit.  The rectangular holes at the bottom of the wand will be used for mounting a 9 volt battery.

Each resistor is connected to an LED on one side and ground on the other.  Bend one of the leads of each resistor so that they are touching each other and solder them all together in a row.  Clip the excess metal from the leads.  Leave the last lead unclipped so that it can be attached to a wire later.

Solder header pins to the pins connections on the arduino protoboard.  Make sure you are soldering them on the correct side!  For best results I recommend soldering the first and last pins first (as in figure 3), then check to see if the pins are straight and flat on the board (figure 4).  If they need to be adjusted it will be much easier with only two pins soldered down.  Once everything is lined up, solder the middle pins (figure 5).

Solder the toggle switch onto the middle of the arduino proto-shield as shown in the images above.  Solder a jumper wire between the side lead of the switch and the Vin pin on the proto-shield.

Solder the red lead of the battery connector to the middle pin of the switch.  Solder the black lead of the battery connector to the ground pin of the protoshield.

Attach wires to each of the LEDs on the wand.  As you solder each connection, clip the excess lead off the end of the LED (figure 3). 

The Code
_______________________________________________________________________

# include <htc.h>
# include <stdlib.h>

thanks for the idea. did not have a pic programmer so i made mine with an attiny85. i also used through hole components. My updated circuit board does not have that jumper wire. if you look closely the IC chip and tilt switch they both resemble a satellite beaming binary data down to the earth. The battery holder is mounted on the back.

Amazing! at first I thought " this is too much detail, and no one would actually follow this".
But I hung in there and got interested about the jig you made for programming!
I changed my mind!
This was super thorough, and too much for my IQ, but I am way impressed at your level of accuracy, and detail in your designs and clean looking home made tools.
I think I understand your description of what the card displays, but I'd really like to see a video, or better pics of the card in action.
Is there one? did I miss it?
thanx sponge for this Instructable!

It's been 4 years. I wonder if your solvent welded tank is still leakproof? And can I ask why you suggest silicone must not be used in direct contact with CuCl2?

One more thing, if you add or subtract values from the Tables for your own version, don't forget to modify the jump values accordingly

I rewrote the code from scratch in Assembly. I don't know how to properly share it, so if this is incorrect, I sincerely apologize. It didn't keep the format for the comments

Emission theory or extramission theory (variants: extromission, extromittism) is the proposal that visual perception is accomplished by eye beams emitted by the eyes . This theory has been replaced by intromission theory , which states that visual perception comes from something representative of the object (later established to be rays of light reflected from it) entering the eyes. Modern physics has confirmed that light is physically transmitted by photons from a light source, such as the sun, to visible objects, and finishing with the detector, such as a human eye or camera.

In the fifth century BCE , Empedocles postulated that everything was composed of four elements ; fire, air, earth, and water. He believed that Aphrodite made the human eye out of the four elements and that she lit the fire in the eye which shone out from the eye, making sight possible. If this were true, then one could see during the night just as well as during the day, so Empedocles postulated an interaction between rays from the eyes and rays from a source such as the sun.

Around 300 BCE, Euclid wrote Optica , in which he studied the properties of light. Euclid postulated that light travelled in straight lines and described the laws of reflection and studied them mathematically. He questioned that sight is the result of a beam from the eye, for he asked how one sees the stars immediately, if one closes one's eyes, then opens them at night.

The light and heat of the sun; these are composed of minute atoms which, when they are shoved off, lose no time in shooting right across the interspace of air in the direction imparted by the shove. – On the nature of the Universe

Despite being similar to later particle theories, Lucretius's views were not generally accepted; light was still theorized as emanating from the eye.

Ptolemy (c. 2nd century) wrote about the refraction of light and developed a theory of vision that objects are seen by rays of light emanating from the eyes.

This is a real life story of engineer John Roebling building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years.

In 1883, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. However bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible feat and told Roebling to forget the idea. It just could not be done. It was not practical.

Roebling could not ignore the vision he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew deep in his heart that it could be done. He just had to share the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he managed to convince his son Washington, an up and coming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be built.

Working together for the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and inspiration, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.

The project started well, but when it was only a few months underway a tragic accident on the site took the life of John Roebling. Washington was also injured and left with a certain amount of brain damage, which resulted in him not being able to talk or walk…

Everyone had a negative comment to make and felt that the project should be scrapped since the Roeblings were the only ones who knew how the bridge could be built.

The Code
_______________________________________________________________________

# include <htc.h>
# include <stdlib.h>

thanks for the idea. did not have a pic programmer so i made mine with an attiny85. i also used through hole components. My updated circuit board does not have that jumper wire. if you look closely the IC chip and tilt switch they both resemble a satellite beaming binary data down to the earth. The battery holder is mounted on the back.

Amazing! at first I thought " this is too much detail, and no one would actually follow this".
But I hung in there and got interested about the jig you made for programming!
I changed my mind!
This was super thorough, and too much for my IQ, but I am way impressed at your level of accuracy, and detail in your designs and clean looking home made tools.
I think I understand your description of what the card displays, but I'd really like to see a video, or better pics of the card in action.
Is there one? did I miss it?
thanx sponge for this Instructable!

It's been 4 years. I wonder if your solvent welded tank is still leakproof? And can I ask why you suggest silicone must not be used in direct contact with CuCl2?

One more thing, if you add or subtract values from the Tables for your own version, don't forget to modify the jump values accordingly

I rewrote the code from scratch in Assembly. I don't know how to properly share it, so if this is incorrect, I sincerely apologize. It didn't keep the format for the comments

Emission theory or extramission theory (variants: extromission, extromittism) is the proposal that visual perception is accomplished by eye beams emitted by the eyes . This theory has been replaced by intromission theory , which states that visual perception comes from something representative of the object (later established to be rays of light reflected from it) entering the eyes. Modern physics has confirmed that light is physically transmitted by photons from a light source, such as the sun, to visible objects, and finishing with the detector, such as a human eye or camera.

In the fifth century BCE , Empedocles postulated that everything was composed of four elements ; fire, air, earth, and water. He believed that Aphrodite made the human eye out of the four elements and that she lit the fire in the eye which shone out from the eye, making sight possible. If this were true, then one could see during the night just as well as during the day, so Empedocles postulated an interaction between rays from the eyes and rays from a source such as the sun.

Around 300 BCE, Euclid wrote Optica , in which he studied the properties of light. Euclid postulated that light travelled in straight lines and described the laws of reflection and studied them mathematically. He questioned that sight is the result of a beam from the eye, for he asked how one sees the stars immediately, if one closes one's eyes, then opens them at night.

The light and heat of the sun; these are composed of minute atoms which, when they are shoved off, lose no time in shooting right across the interspace of air in the direction imparted by the shove. – On the nature of the Universe

Despite being similar to later particle theories, Lucretius's views were not generally accepted; light was still theorized as emanating from the eye.

Ptolemy (c. 2nd century) wrote about the refraction of light and developed a theory of vision that objects are seen by rays of light emanating from the eyes.

The Code
_______________________________________________________________________

# include <htc.h>
# include <stdlib.h>

thanks for the idea. did not have a pic programmer so i made mine with an attiny85. i also used through hole components. My updated circuit board does not have that jumper wire. if you look closely the IC chip and tilt switch they both resemble a satellite beaming binary data down to the earth. The battery holder is mounted on the back.

Amazing! at first I thought " this is too much detail, and no one would actually follow this".
But I hung in there and got interested about the jig you made for programming!
I changed my mind!
This was super thorough, and too much for my IQ, but I am way impressed at your level of accuracy, and detail in your designs and clean looking home made tools.
I think I understand your description of what the card displays, but I'd really like to see a video, or better pics of the card in action.
Is there one? did I miss it?
thanx sponge for this Instructable!

It's been 4 years. I wonder if your solvent welded tank is still leakproof? And can I ask why you suggest silicone must not be used in direct contact with CuCl2?

One more thing, if you add or subtract values from the Tables for your own version, don't forget to modify the jump values accordingly

I rewrote the code from scratch in Assembly. I don't know how to properly share it, so if this is incorrect, I sincerely apologize. It didn't keep the format for the comments

Emission theory or extramission theory (variants: extromission, extromittism) is the proposal that visual perception is accomplished by eye beams emitted by the eyes . This theory has been replaced by intromission theory , which states that visual perception comes from something representative of the object (later established to be rays of light reflected from it) entering the eyes. Modern physics has confirmed that light is physically transmitted by photons from a light source, such as the sun, to visible objects, and finishing with the detector, such as a human eye or camera.

In the fifth century BCE , Empedocles postulated that everything was composed of four elements ; fire, air, earth, and water. He believed that Aphrodite made the human eye out of the four elements and that she lit the fire in the eye which shone out from the eye, making sight possible. If this were true, then one could see during the night just as well as during the day, so Empedocles postulated an interaction between rays from the eyes and rays from a source such as the sun.

Around 300 BCE, Euclid wrote Optica , in which he studied the properties of light. Euclid postulated that light travelled in straight lines and described the laws of reflection and studied them mathematically. He questioned that sight is the result of a beam from the eye, for he asked how one sees the stars immediately, if one closes one's eyes, then opens them at night.

The light and heat of the sun; these are composed of minute atoms which, when they are shoved off, lose no time in shooting right across the interspace of air in the direction imparted by the shove. – On the nature of the Universe

Despite being similar to later particle theories, Lucretius's views were not generally accepted; light was still theorized as emanating from the eye.

Ptolemy (c. 2nd century) wrote about the refraction of light and developed a theory of vision that objects are seen by rays of light emanating from the eyes.

This is a real life story of engineer John Roebling building the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, USA back in 1870. The bridge was completed in 1883, after 13 years.

In 1883, a creative engineer named John Roebling was inspired by an idea to build a spectacular bridge connecting New York with the Long Island. However bridge building experts throughout the world thought that this was an impossible feat and told Roebling to forget the idea. It just could not be done. It was not practical.

Roebling could not ignore the vision he had in his mind of this bridge. He thought about it all the time and he knew deep in his heart that it could be done. He just had to share the dream with someone else. After much discussion and persuasion he managed to convince his son Washington, an up and coming engineer, that the bridge in fact could be built.

Working together for the first time, the father and son developed concepts of how it could be accomplished and how the obstacles could be overcome. With great excitement and inspiration, and the headiness of a wild challenge before them, they hired their crew and began to build their dream bridge.

The project started well, but when it was only a few months underway a tragic accident on the site took the life of John Roebling. Washington was also injured and left with a certain amount of brain damage, which resulted in him not being able to talk or walk…

Everyone had a negative comment to make and felt that the project should be scrapped since the Roeblings were the only ones who knew how the bridge could be built.

The first thing you'll want to do is make a mount for your project.  I laser cut a piece of acrylic into a wand shape, but you could use a piece of plywood, cardboard, or plastic.  I've attached the adobe illustrator and eps files of the wand and correct hole 0.1" hole spacing for the LEDs and resistors; even if you don't have a laser cutter, these files still might be useful to print out as a template.  Drill out the holes with a drill and a small drill bit.  The rectangular holes at the bottom of the wand will be used for mounting a 9 volt battery.

Each resistor is connected to an LED on one side and ground on the other.  Bend one of the leads of each resistor so that they are touching each other and solder them all together in a row.  Clip the excess metal from the leads.  Leave the last lead unclipped so that it can be attached to a wire later.

Solder header pins to the pins connections on the arduino protoboard.  Make sure you are soldering them on the correct side!  For best results I recommend soldering the first and last pins first (as in figure 3), then check to see if the pins are straight and flat on the board (figure 4).  If they need to be adjusted it will be much easier with only two pins soldered down.  Once everything is lined up, solder the middle pins (figure 5).

Solder the toggle switch onto the middle of the arduino proto-shield as shown in the images above.  Solder a jumper wire between the side lead of the switch and the Vin pin on the proto-shield.

Solder the red lead of the battery connector to the middle pin of the switch.  Solder the black lead of the battery connector to the ground pin of the protoshield.

Attach wires to each of the LEDs on the wand.  As you solder each connection, clip the excess lead off the end of the LED (figure 3). 

…entertainment, discovered the principle of persistence of vision . If drawings of the stages of an action were shown in fast succession, the human eye would perceive them as a continuous movement. One of the first commercially successful devices, invented by the Belgian Joseph Plateau in 1832, was the phenakistoscope, a…

…the optical phenomenon known as persistence of vision , this gives the illusion of actual, smooth, and continuous movement.

…the optical phenomena known as persistence of vision and the phi phenomenon. The first of these causes the brain to retain images cast upon the retina of the eye for a fraction of a second beyond their disappearance from the field of sight, while the latter creates apparent movement between…

…because the visual sense displays persistence; that is, the brain retains the impression of illumination for about one-tenth of a second after the source of light is removed from the eye. If, therefore, the process of image synthesis takes less than one-tenth of a second, the eye will be unaware…

The Code
_______________________________________________________________________

# include <htc.h>
# include <stdlib.h>

thanks for the idea. did not have a pic programmer so i made mine with an attiny85. i also used through hole components. My updated circuit board does not have that jumper wire. if you look closely the IC chip and tilt switch they both resemble a satellite beaming binary data down to the earth. The battery holder is mounted on the back.

Amazing! at first I thought " this is too much detail, and no one would actually follow this".
But I hung in there and got interested about the jig you made for programming!
I changed my mind!
This was super thorough, and too much for my IQ, but I am way impressed at your level of accuracy, and detail in your designs and clean looking home made tools.
I think I understand your description of what the card displays, but I'd really like to see a video, or better pics of the card in action.
Is there one? did I miss it?
thanx sponge for this Instructable!

It's been 4 years. I wonder if your solvent welded tank is still leakproof? And can I ask why you suggest silicone must not be used in direct contact with CuCl2?

One more thing, if you add or subtract values from the Tables for your own version, don't forget to modify the jump values accordingly

I rewrote the code from scratch in Assembly. I don't know how to properly share it, so if this is incorrect, I sincerely apologize. It didn't keep the format for the comments




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