• Darragh says:

    Good vid dude, its PS3LAND btw :)

  • Sarah says:

    I think I have loved you since I saw your “How to make a paper robot” and sent it to my brother in Afghanistan ( he says trash-can-i-stan). He made a Mr. Bill and a paper robot that year. I must say, though, I haven’t followed you throughout. This was a few years ago now. I check back every so often, to get my dose of Tinkernut. When I come back, sometimes it feels like you don’t like doing it as much as you did back then, which, I guess I don’t blame you. /* If for some reason you look at my site, however, I am just getting it up, so I know it sucks!! */
    In any case, I appreciate your tutorials very much, so thank you so much for putting them up!! (There is probably a much better place to put this, though, oh well.)

  • You can also use a Thermal Grease for this, like the stuff you find on CPU’s :P

  • Gmenaldo says:

    This is a great idea – it put me to think of other ways of doing it.

    Here’s another cool idea I came across on Youtube:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NTZEHObmB0M&feature=results_main&playnext=1&list=PLFB27DA44B8AACDD3

    Another way could be by manipulating the laser wireless mouse by using a another Laser pointer – my thinking was perhaps have the laser pointer on your head and point it at a mirror remote mouse with a outline on the mirror of an outlined guide to control it’s functionality.

    I don’t live in an area where it snows – before seeing this clip – it never crossed my mind of smart phones and using them where it snows nevertheless being a problem. The project I would like to make is making a user free mouse by using the eight electronic pulses we generate in our brain. I was told that you could not make this possible because the mind only gave out 8 solid sequences and the mouse requires 64 moves (binary commands) at point zero.

    It’s a simple problem to solve – your brain is known to emit 8 well defined frequencies using an EEG machine. But because they are 64 MOUSE commands – Scientist don’t think its possible at this present time. The double click theory would work though – square root 64 and you got 8!

    Another way could be by manipulating the laser wireless mouse by using a another laser pointer – my thinking was perhaps have the laser pointer on your head and point it at a mirror remote mouse with an outline on the mirror of an outlined guide to control its functionality.

    I don’t live in an area where it snows – before seeing this clip – it never crossed my mind of smart phones and using them where it snows nevertheless being a problem. The project I would like to make is making a using a mouse by using the eight electronic pulses we generate in our brain. I was told that you could not make this possible because the mind only gave out 8 solid sequences and the mouse requires 64 moves (binary commands) at point zero. And there excuse of not making one is a programing issue of enabling another computer to translate to the machines invented already. Lame…

    It’s a simple problem to solve if you think about it for a second – your brain is known to emit 8 well defined frequencies using an EEG machine. But because they are 64 mouse commands from its defined point 0 factor – Scientist don’t think it’s possible to invent at this present time. The double click theory would work though – square root 64 and you got 8!
    Another sick article I came across was having a chips be put in your head to stimulate and output electronic commands! Craziness!

    http://www.pcworld.com/article/224806/control_a_mouse_cursor_with_a_brain_implant.html

    Here’s an interesting concept that would work:

    http://www.alpha-active.com/assistive_technologies.html

  • Talha Khalil says:

    a very good video indeed

  • Alan Lyne says:

    Great video as always,keep it up