The Electronic Button Box

by jasonwelsh, published

The Electronic Button Box by jasonwelsh Dec 28, 2012

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So for today's invention I have this nifty little thing that is small, folds and is powered.
Did I mention small?
I started by finding a micro breadboard in a drawer and whispering to myself "useless".
Then I said wait this will fit on my Arduino Book Case Tank!. "Brilliant"!
But I had no holder so I started making one, then another idea "Coffee"
I was tired....
Anywho this is deemed "The Button Box" because it is powered by two 2032 button batteries. It is a small little lab that fits in your pocket that you can use to hold all manner of tiny experiments.
As it started to take form I thought it would be a great tool for an electronics instructor.
Here students here is a small box that has power....... here are the rules... and now create!
Insert your rules here____.
If you feel lost and confused please watch this video.
I hope you enjoy!


Full instructions are in video format here

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i dont know what that is, but i love it lol

That is awesome! I am waiting on my printer to be delivered, but this will definitely be one of my first prints. Thanks for sharing.

Hm, cool. I have a couple teensy's I wanted to put in to something small but open so I could play with some circuits.

yep it's a teensy, anything that fits a micro breadboard is free game ;) It has a USB hole just in case that is the game you want to play.