|The Winners You Picked: A Question of Scale|
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|Project14 | Project Competition Archive: Past Winners, Projects, and Themes!|
|The Theme You Picked: A Question of Scale|
|Jumbo LED||Size Matters Not - An R2D2 Story|
Should you decide to do a data acquisition or traditional measurement type project such as Temperature Measurement for Lab and Science Projects by shabaz , feel free to do that as well. No need to shrink something really big to make it small or vice versa. As beacon_dave mentioned these types of projects are "good for getting the younger generation interested in measuring the real world around them" and "Pico Technology has a list of educational projects for data acquisition type projects". Like all Project14 contests, we'll have 3 First Place Winners and a $100 Shopping Cart that community members will pick for either type of A Question of Scale project.
|Be Original||Stick to the Theme|
|List the Steps||Submit Video Proof|
Your Chance to Win a $100 Shopping Cart!
Your Project, Your Ideas!
Every month you'll have a new poll where you'll get to decide an upcoming project competition, based on your interests, that will take place a couple of months in advance. Themes are broad in scope so that everyone can participate regardless of skill set.
What are Monthly Themes?
What are Monthly Theme Polls?
Step 2: Post in the comments section below to begin a discussion on your idea. Videos, pictures and text are all welcomed forms of submission.
Step 3: Submit a blog post of your progress on your project by the end of the month. You are free to submit as many blog entries as you like until the beginning of the next theme.
Be sure to include video proof of your project!
Visit: A Question of Scale and submit your project blog or tag your blog with questionofscalech!
You have until February 14th End of Day to submit your completed project!
A jury consisting of your peers will judge project submissions!
|Size Matters Not - An R2D2 Story 7 months ago in A Question of Scale||by dougw|
|Remote Home Monitoring with Raspberry Pi and Hologram Nova - Full Instructions 1 year ago in Raspberry Pi Projects||by luislabmo|
|Re: Project14 | Volunteer to Judge the Question of Scale Competition! 1 year ago in Project14||by nobble|
|Project14 | Meet the Projects of Questionable Scale! 1 year ago in Project14||by tariq.ahmad|
|Remote Home Monitor with Raspberry Pi and Hologram Nova - Intro 1 year ago in Remote Monitoring & Control||by luislabmo|
|Tiny24hourMoBot #4 : The 24 hours is almost up 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by dubbie|
|Mini Gameboy Home Console: The Gamebox DMG Consolizer 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by nobble|
|Project14 | Meet the Projects: Heart Trophy Candidates for Valentine's Day Gift to Gives! 1 year ago in Project14||by tariq.ahmad|
|Tiny24hourMoBot #1 : Starting 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by dubbie|
|Tiny24hourMoBot #3 : 13 hours have passed 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by dubbie|
|Tiny24hourMoBot #2 : 5 Hours in 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by dubbie|
|Building a Miniature 300W Speaker Simulator 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by shabaz|
|LED tree 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by kk99|
|Jumbo LED 1 year ago in A Question of Scale||by Andy Clark (Workshopshed)|
|Project14 | A Question of Scale: Grow or Shrink Something for a Cartridge-Sized NES Portable! 2 years ago in A Question of Scale||by tariq.ahmad|
|Jumbo Servo 2 years ago in Movers and Shakers||by Andy Clark (Workshopshed)|
|Episode 336: Yobo NOAC Nintendo Portable "How Small Can it Be?" 2 years ago in element14's The Ben Heck Show||by pchan|
|Episode 225: Ben Heck’s Giant Game Boy Episode 4 years ago in Ben Heck Featured Content||by tariq.ahmad|