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In this episode, Ben gets in the holiday spirit and builds a "Naughty or Nice" Meter.
For extra fun this holiday season, Ben builds a naughty and nice meter. The large meter is controlled with an app on a phone where the needle can be toggled towards naught or nice. Jesse Robinson comes back to shop to help out with the project.
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Like Santa toiling in his workshop, Ben is hard at work filling orders for single handed Xbox controllers.
Ben explains what the project will entail and how he plans to go about building it.
Ben hand cuts the pieces for the meter.
Ben shows the graphics he made and share some designing tips and tricks.
Ben shares his tips and trick on using X-Acto knives safely and effectively.
Ben builds the X drive.
Ben explains why he made extra prints for the project.
Ben puts the servo that will move the needle in place.
Ben attaches the needle to the servo.
Ben adds supports to the meter and is ready to move on to the electronics.
Ben and Jesse go over how the electronics will work.
Ben and Jesse explain how the information is interchanged between the Android app and the device.
Jesse shows the TI MSP430.
Ben and Jesse add the electronics to the meter and try out the app.
Ben sharing his closing thoughts and tests the meter on his niece.
Ben rants and raves.
Ben answers a viewer question.