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If you are finding your loft water tank overflowing quite frequently and difficult to monitor, then perhaps its time you attached this simple home made water level indicator to your water tank. Learn the entire building procedure here in Bright Hub. Circuit diagram included.

If you are finding your loft water tank overflowing quite frequently and difficult to monitor, then perhaps its time you attached this simple home made water level indicator to your water tank. Learn the entire building procedure here in Bright Hub. Circuit diagram included.

Simple Automatic Plant Watering Circuit | Homemade Circuit Projects

Simple Automatic Plant Watering Circuit | Homemade Circuit Projects

Tower Gardens

Tower Gardens

Canadian entrepreneur thrives with self- developed hydroponic system

Canadian entrepreneur thrives with self- developed hydroponic system

Generic Architecture as Strategic Design for Rooftop Urban Agriculture: Aquaponic Farm in Basel for Urban Farmers | Antonio Scarponi, Conceptual Devices

Generic Architecture as Strategic Design for Rooftop Urban Agriculture: Aquaponic Farm in Basel for Urban Farmers | Antonio Scarponi, Conceptual Devices

Terraced 'agritecture' house combines architecture with urban agriculture - H&P Architects

Terraced 'agritecture' house combines architecture with urban agriculture - H&P Architects

wooden pallet vertical pallet garden idea

wooden pallet vertical pallet garden idea

Shipping Container Turned into a Urban Farm Unit

Shipping Container Turned into a Urban Farm Unit

This Arduino Pump Tutorial is known as the ShotBot Project, demonstrating an easy way to build a simple shot pouring robot. We use two RobotGeek Pumping stations and some quick code to create a dual shot pouring robot. This project uses buttons to trigger the pouring as a basic example, but the buttons could be replaced with more advanced sensors, such as switches, light sensors, or IR sensors. You can follow the directions here, or find this project on the RobotGeek Learn site in two…

This Arduino Pump Tutorial is known as the ShotBot Project, demonstrating an easy way to build a simple shot pouring robot. We use two RobotGeek Pumping stations and some quick code to create a dual shot pouring robot. This project uses buttons to trigger the pouring as a basic example, but the buttons could be replaced with more advanced sensors, such as switches, light sensors, or IR sensors. You can follow the directions here, or find this project on the RobotGeek Learn site in two…

3D Printed Geeky Laughing Buddhas: What is the Sound of One Han Shooting? Tap into the force of Luck with Chris “muckychris” Milnes’ 3D printed geeky Budai statues, which swaps the jelly bellied deity’s head with characters from Star Wars:

3D Printed Geeky Laughing Buddhas: What is the Sound of One Han Shooting? Tap into the force of Luck with Chris “muckychris” Milnes’ 3D printed geeky Budai statues, which swaps the jelly bellied deity’s head with characters from Star Wars: