Tag: assembling

How-to assemble the vibrator ring case

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We have ordered a food safe version of the vibrator ring case from a 3d printing service provider. The case consist of the main body and a kind of cap to close the case.

The design could be improved to have more space for the battery and a more stable cap. The ring diameter is too small for most males, but you can combine the vibrator ring and the “organic” vibrator for her. The combination of these two vibrators gives you a vibration in two dimensions. (The vibration of  a vibration motor is only strong in one direction – you can think of either the x-, y- or z-axis of a coordination system. If you combine two motors you have vibration along two axes of the coordination system, take three you have vibration along all axes).

The video shows how-to assemble your own vibrator ring.

View with YouTube

Improved version! Open with Tinkercad.  Download from Thingiverse.

Unboxing and assembling of vibrator development board

The body interaction development board includes everything to start: the board, the LiPo battery and a vibration motor. Put it together in a few minutes. All you need now is a 3d printed case.

We give away a limited number of body interaction development boards for free. Please send a short description of your project with your email, mail address (and website) to info@bodyinteraction.com. Only available outside the US due to patent trolls.  Please send us a photo or video when the project is finished. Your data are not given to anyone else and will be deleted on request.

Video in Youtube

In the next post we show you how to assemble a 3d printed case and the body interaction development board.

Boards are assembled!

On July, 1 the body interaction vibrator development boards were assembled at Seeedstudio. They helped us a lot in selecting the best parts for the boards. Now all supporters of the Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign will get their perk soon. Thank you for your patience!Assembled board

 

Interested in developing your own OSHW application based on the body interaction vibrator development board? Send an Email to info@bodyinteraction.com