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March 30, 2015 AT 5:00 am

How To Make A Glowing Egg

How to make a glowing egg. via instructables

Ohhh where to start?

Thinks laying around often unused or waiting for an idea. So I still have had some ATINY 13 with a RGB Fading Software here and don’t know what to do with.

Then I started with instructables it is a lot of fun let’s see what I can write. Then yesterday on Saturday 21.03.15 I see the Easter Egg Content. OK first I think this is boring what can you do with an Egg.While eating Breakfast this morning I have had Egg’s, and so I thought it would be cool when I can make the Egg Glow.

My wife tell me I’m crazy I could not put everywhere electronic, but why not let’s give it a try.
Most complicated Part was to get out the Food in the Egg without breaking it.

So here all it start the Egg with a LED.
Happy Easter

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When I still remember or I can find I will insert a link where you can get those parts.
1 x Egg bigger is better. Deichstadt Ei
1 x Resistor 10 KOhm
3 x Resistor 100 Ohm or 220 Ohm
1 x Atitny 13 Reichelt with a RGB Fader Software (sorry lost the source)
1 x Red Wire
1 x Black Wire
1 x Piece of a prototype board
1 x 8mm RGB LED banggood.com
1 x some pinheader’s usefull for charging
1 x small LiIon Battery I got one from a broken bluetooth headset

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