Hello THS Members,
I was very happy about the number of people that would like me to make Hardware Tutorials. It's only 14 at the moment but anything above 10 I'm okay with. I've listed a few options and what I would guess there skill level are, as well as a skill level chart. Some of these ideas maybe boring but I'll come up with better ones in the future.
Beginner (Noob) - All you need for this is your brain.
Advanced Noob - This requires a knowledge of basic tools and the skill of electronic soldering.
Experienced - You need to have all requirements of an Advanced Noob as well as some experience prior.
Hardware Genius - You need to be experienced with Hardware and have a strong knowledge of electronic components.
Beginner - How to solve a Rubik's cube; I'm a speed cuber and I can solve a 3x3 cube in 17 seconds on average. (This has to do with hardware, PM me if you don't believe me.)
Beginner - How to solder; this would teach the basic skill of soldering, this is a very important skill in the world of simple circuits.
Advanced - How to build a 2W laser; this is what I would like to do most; if you didn't know, your average 2W laser can burn through hard plastic, ignite matches, etc.
Advanced - How to build a device that can turn off any TV; this is commonly know as the TV-B-Gone and is sold as a kit. I can build one from scratch, although I would use the kit for my tutorial.
Experienced - How to build a Led Color Organ; in a nutshell when you plug a device that inputs music through this circuit red, blue, and yellow LEDs light up in patterns according to the music.
Hardware Genius - How to build a replica Apple 1 motherboard; this one explains it's self.
A lot of "How to's"!
If you have any question, comment, or ideas please share!