TinkerBrick’s cases, besides just looking good, have been designed to bring out the creative genius in everyone. They are designed to connect your favorite building bricks with iOS™, along with all the goodies that are found in your sweet idevice. As always, TinkerBrick™ cases are the only building brick compatible cases which connect in all dimensions: […]
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For this idea all you have to do is add some wheels to the bottom or your iPod or iPhone case and then create the rest of the rover using any brick pieces you have lying around. Six wheels seems to give it an interesting “rover” look. What can make your rover interesting is to […]
With a nifty app from MobAc Design called EZ Cam (free and paid versions available), you are able to make a periscope by connecting two iDevices. In the example below, we used a TinkerBrick case for iPod Touch 4G and one for iPhone 4 / 4S. All you have to do is build the structure […]
This project idea shows how you can make an LCD projector using your iDevice, a TinkerBrick™ case, an old magnifying glass and some building bricks. While it doesn’t work as well as one you’d buy from the store, that’s not the point, is it? Have some fun, experiment with light and bring some new life […]
Here’s a real simple way to mount your device for easy attachment and removal, using only two pieces and some instant glue. Step 1: Snap a couple bricks into place on the back of your TinkerBrick™ case. 2 x 6 plates work well. Step 2: Put instant glue on the bottom of the two […]
In this project, you will see how you can create a steady-cam using your spare bricks, your TinkerBrick™ Case and a counterweight. “What’s a steady-cam?”, you ask. It’s an ingenious device that uses a gimbal, an arm and a counter-weight to steady a camera while the camera operator moves around. Of course, your iDevice has […]
Here is an idea for a simple angle adjuster for your device. It uses few building brick pieces and goes together fast. It also allows for an infinite number of viewing angles. Use it for your alarm clock or to watch videos at your workbench.
Here’s an idea for a simple game controller made with few building brick parts that looks good and works well. Substitute your own pieces as needed. Keep reading for instructions.
Here is an idea on how to create a game controller that lets you move your device in two planes using just one hand. It works well with apps that use a gyro to measure tilt. Feel free to change and adapt parts depending on what you have available. You can probably improve on this […]
T-Brick’s YouTube channel has an ever-growing set of playlists to help add punch to your creations. From your device, simply go to TB’s YouTube playlists and select the videos you want for your particular builds. Here are some examples in the following categories: Faces Eyes Robots Fire and Flames