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How to make a mini robot bug

With hot glue and a soldering iron, electrical engineer Josh Builds uses LEDs, wires, a vibrating motor, and a coin cell lithium battery, to transform a clothespin and paper clips into a mini robot bug. The LEDs look like glowing eyes and the vibration from the motor moves the DIY creature across smooth surfaces.

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There are more LED and DIY videos on this site, including how to make LED origami, Electric Dough Playdate, and how to make a hexagonal starry sky LED night light.

Bonus: Dancing Paper, 8bit Harmonica, and Musical Umbrella, projects by Ugoita.

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