littleBits Projects: Interactive Mother’s Day Card! #MothersDay @littleBits
littleBits has this cute project up on their site: perfect for Mother’s Day!
Show your mom a littleLove with this interactive card! You only need a starter kit to make this project, so let’s get started with the circuit. First take your power module, and connect the battery with battery adapter. Make sure you turn the switch on the power module from off to on.
Next, connect the pressure sensor.
Connect pressure sensor to a wire module
Connect wire to pulse. Use the littleScrewdriver to adjust the speed on the pulse module
Connect pulse to vibration motor
Connect vibration motor to bargraph
Connect bargraph to RGB LED. Use the littleScrewdriver to adjust the color of the light.
Connect RGB LED to LED module. And we’re done!
Print out the templates attached and start building your Mother’s Day gift! We have included some sample graphics, but get creative and draw your own!
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