The Lapse It App comes in two flavors, as is usually the case: free and paid. Both will allow you to create pretty amazing time lapse movies using your favorite iDevice (works for Android too). Of course, if you’re doing time lapse photography, you’ll need to create some kind of rig to hold your device […]
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 […]
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 […]
What can happen when you combine a $ 0.99 app with the bricks you have lying around? Well, a lot. In this example, the Pocket Guitar App is used to create a customized guitar. There is not much to it. Just design whatever you want as your guitar, leave some space for your TinkerBrick case […]
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.
This is a simple idea: build your favorite robot, leave room for your TinkerBrick™ case (place it in landscape or portrait mode) then load it with a good campfire video. You can find some good fire videos on TinkerBrick’s YouTube playlist called Fire and Flames.
There are lots of Walkie Talkie apps available. Some use Wi-Fi, others use BlueTooth and some use both. This project used Walkie Talkie which uses both Wi-Fi and BlueTooth. BlueTooth is great for when you cannot get on a protected Wi-Fi network or for when you are not in range of one (like in the woods). The […]