File this under: ” Homemade Gadgets” This nifty project by Nate True, adds “bright beams of white light to both of your sleeves, and since they’re wired up in a series, you aren’t apt to activate your high beams without intending to do so.” Continue reading for a video.

Relying on ten white LEDs, a pair of small PC mounting boards, four small pushbuttons, a couple of 10-ohm resistors, a bit of cabling, rechargeable battery pack, and the usual handyman skills with a soldering iron, this project doesn’t look too intense for the amateur to handle

[via Engadget]

File this under: ” Homemade Gadgets” This nifty project by Nate True, adds “bright beams of white light to both of your sleeves, and since they’re wired up in a series, you aren’t apt to activate your high beams without intending to do so.” Continue reading for a video.

Relying on ten white LEDs, a pair of small PC mounting boards, four small pushbuttons, a couple of 10-ohm resistors, a bit of cabling, rechargeable battery pack, and the usual handyman skills with a soldering iron, this project doesn’t look too intense for the amateur to handle

[via Engadget]