After my Bluetooth shower speaker bit the dust because of a dead battery i was left with a lump of plastic with a functioning circuit board. So I went online and searched on ebay Kleinanzeigen for speakers that someone locally was giving away. To my surprise Someone was giving away a late 70s early 80s Hi-Fi system from Schneider. I tested the speakers and they … Continue reading Making a cool looking Bluetooth Speaker
This is the most practical and easiest way to replace the clock battery in your Sega Dreamcast. Solder in a actual cradle to swap batteries again in about 20 years from now. 😉 Continue reading Dreamcast battery upgrade
Remember my broken Jansjö work lamp from Ikea? The clamp snapped and I was left with a flexible lamp with nothing to connect it to… Then I remembered that I have these lying around. These clamps were used for umbrellas for the balcony. But I had a better idea. First a little JB Weld and a fitting nut at the top… Resolder the wires and … Continue reading Jansjö on steroids
I had a pile of salvaged glossy white hardwood panels. I was surprised to see how easily it all came together. What do you think? Continue reading Furniture from salvaged hardwood boards.
Except make a awesome fire basket. 🙂 Continue reading You can do nothing with half a grill?
Last week I was at the M’era Luna festival in Hildesheim, Germany and I got to see next to awesome acts like Marylin Manson some Fire Dancers at the medival market that is set up there each year. I use a relatively simple camera. It’s a Nikon Coolpix S3100. All I did was turn the stabilizer on, turned the flash off and deactivated the macro … Continue reading Playing with fire and light