30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius


9 Responses to “30 Arduino Projects for the Evil Genius”

  1. Beryllium9 says:

    Real evil genius doesn’t come from a book – it comes from the heart.

    The cold, black heart.


  2. drukqs says:

    Just practice your timing and your builds, make sure your macro is solid, and you can be like the pros on Evil G… oh wait, never mind.

  3. sisyphus321 says:

    From the table of contents:

    “Project 25 Servo-Controlled Laser”

    Ok, so mounting the device on a shark isn’t covered. But c’mon, does he have to spell *everything* out?

    • Halloween_Jack says:

       See, that’s where you realize that it really is for evil geniuses, not evil paint-by-numbers, IKEA instructions types.

  4. showme says:

    The “for the Evil Genius” is actually a series of books, like the “for Dummies” books:  http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=sr_kk_1?rh=i%3Astripbooks%2Ck%3Aevil+genius+series&keywords=evil+genius+series&ie=UTF8&qid=1357243102

  5. Simon Monk says:

    Thanks for mentioning my book and glad you like it. 

    There is a bit more evil, in my book ’15 Dangerously Mad projects for the Evil Genius’. I wanted to call it ‘Dangerous Projects for the Evil Genius’ but my publisher toned down the title. But you will find a trebuchet and coil gun design there. Muhhhaa. Simon Monk

  6. David Carroll says:

    Just bought the book Simon.  We had a Christmas decorating contest at work, and thanks to a Arduino, our team won a free lunch!

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