by Kenneth Musser
Designs for Electronics: Electronic Thought offers new and innovative ways to command and control various electronic devices by flexing your brow or with the nod of your head. Universal applications are easy to design for the experienced electronic experimenter. Command electronic devices with on/off switches such as small kitchen mixers, radios, TVs, strobes, lights, RC vehicles, sirens, motors, or modules with thought control. This easy-to-use guide offers diagrams, material lists, and schematic instructions.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
A graduate of Hope College in Holland, Michigan, Kenneth Musser also holds a masterís degree from Michigan State University. Kenneth Musser currently resides in Pennsylvania, where he devotes much of his time as an author, poet, designer/inventor, and songwriter/lyricist. Designs for Electronics: Electronic Thought is the authorís seventeenth published book. He was inspired to write this from his love of electronic invention.
(2007, paperback, 56 pages)