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mndude
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A lot of things can be moved from a distance via remote (or timed) machinery. I am wondering if anyone here knows of any outlets that sells this kind of thing?
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The Magic Nook has several Do-It-Yourself Projects that include sources for materials; such as Chris Dunn's "Remote Anythings" - https://www.magicnook.com/MagicianMechan......nythings or Jolyon Jenkins' "Falling Wall Frame" or Spirit Bells: https://www.magicnook.com/Magi-tronics/M......%20Frame . You need to know what it is you want to move FIRST, and then you can work out the electronic parts needed to do the job.
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THAN Q!!
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Many items can be purchased at a hobby store where they tell RC toys like cars and planes. And many objects can be hacked to make things very cheaply. Ex: Using christmas light control fobs and the guts from the light. With "smarthome" products, you can use a free app on your phone to control just about anything.
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