Content of the material
- Step 1: Modify Your Binder Clip
- Smart security: how to keep your home safe while youre awayYour browser indicates if youve visited this link
- 3. DIY How to custom mount I Pad 2 in Car Dash
- New Walabot DIY 2 Gives Your Smartphone X-ray VisionYour browser indicates if youve visited this link
- The Final Final Product:
- 18. How to Make a Tablet Mount for Your Car
Step 1: Modify Your Binder Clip
Disassemble clips and bend ends of each wire piece using two sets of pliers to the angle shown in pictures below.
Smart security: how to keep your home safe while youre awayYour browser indicates if youve visited this link
In addition to the basics, there is a range of DIY tech that may help to deter would … hear and speak to visitors through an app on your phone, tablet or Google or Amazon smart display …
3. DIY How to custom mount I Pad 2 in Car Dash
New Walabot DIY 2 Gives Your Smartphone X-ray VisionYour browser indicates if youve visited this link
Walabot DIY 2 pairs with a smartphone to provide a uniquely intuitive visual interface on the phone screen, helping users find the dead center of every stud. This is vital when mounting items such as TVs, since screws in the edge of a stud cannot support …
The Final Final Product:
The genius of this design is that it provides a double clip, one side to attach to the car (fits onto vent louvers) and the other side holds phone securely in landscape orientation.
I have tested this in several rental cars, my own Mazda 3, and with a variety of different phones (my Droid X shown, also tried with EVO 4G, Droid 1/2, iPhone 4). The clip will generally hold a big phone like the X or an EVO in either landscape or portrait orientation with or without a case. Smaller slicker phones like the iPhone 4 will work but hold better with a case. Orientation is dictated more by the car's vents (or other securing point) but in the case of the Droid X, the side mounted power cord makes landscape the better way to attach anyway. iPhone 4 suffers disadvantage in that portrait mode is less secure and the power cord pulling down makes slipping out more likely. A rubberized case helps with grip.