Its that time of the year again with Thanksgiving right around the corner. Plans for a normal turkey dinner and yearly gatherings with the family. Why not make this Thanksgiving a little more exciting with some scientific and electronic kits from the Reuseum! The TurkinatorUsing motors, superglue, and a bit of creativity, you too can create a gobbling Turkinator in the flesh, or rather, in the circuit. Put the turkey together; equip its cybernetic eye, its motorized feet, and its metallic body for the ultimate Thanksgiving turkey. Spectacular Spinning Art!Spin art is an art form that uses paint, a canvas, […]
. Join us for Geek Jewelry Saturday, Nov 5th from 11AM to 4PM. Drop in anytime during those hours and join us, no sign-ups, no cost! It is a FREE Event, open to the public for all ages. Build necklaces, earrings, bookmarks, charms, ornaments, and more, all out of electronic knick-knacks! .
Spooky happenings at the Reuseum and Reuseum staff simply can’t handle it! Terrifying zombies with head injuries, chilling Jack-O-Lanterns in various states of glow, and even freighting ghosts! With only two days until Halloween, there are only moments to prepare for the spooktacular day. Do you need rotating skulls? Motion detecting buried zombies? Glowing ghosts? Stop by the Reuseum to check out spooky occurrences and more!
Its the time of the year where both your spooky and inventor side is revealed, working in tandem to create all manner of electronic oddities. Motors and pulleys for dancing skeletons, gauze bandages for an escaping mummy, or maybe even LED bulbs for the thousands of jack-o-lantern you have around the house. The possibilities are endless with the direct devices we have around the store, but what if you want a more wireless connection. Look no further then the ESP-WROOM-32; a microcontroller with built in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth compatibility. Control the your outdoor lighting, tell the smoke generator when to […]
Cellphone contain miniature speakers, printers have motors, while stereos use all manner of electronics. Taking these old or broken devices apart unveils a treasure trove of electrical magic just waiting to be used. Create intercoms throughout the house or automated window blinds to keep the heat from the sun out. There are many possibilities for both innovation and automation when it comes to using older devices that no longer have a use. Speakers aren’t the only items in old phones that can be useful. Discovering that the vibration from phones is caused by a tiny motor could give you ideas […]
Join us for Geek Jewelry this Saturday, July 23 from 11AM to 4PM. Drop in anytime during those hours and join us, no sign-ups, no cost! It is a FREE Event, open to the public for all ages. Come build necklaces, earrings, bookmarks, charms, ornaments, and more!