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Spiced Electric Toothbrush

December 30, 2009 Leave a comment

Since I’m on a constant quest for the ultimate vibrator a friend of mine – who is into porn – tipped me off with the Celebrator. This is a special tip created to convert your electric toothbrush into a vibrator. According to her, and others that tried it, it’s a lot more powerful than lets say a Magic Wand. That combination begs for being hacked :-).

So I got one of these Celebrators and a cheap electric toothbrush operated by two batteries. Already a lot of fun, but with that toothbrush a lot more can be done. These little motors can for sure handle a little more voltage. In order to connect that toy to my vibrator controller I build a fake battery pack.

On the bottom of the toothbrush I drilled a small hole for the cable. Two wooden cylinders in the exact shape of a AAA battery with thumbtacks on top serve as connector. Now the whole thing is powered by four AA batteries with the controller I build in a previous post.

Way better than before! Nevertheless that hack isn’t as powerful as the original motor that can be ordered for the celebrator now. So the quest continues 😉

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Vibrator Controller

December 29, 2009 6 comments

This is a simple Arduino Diecimilia based controller for a vibrator I build some time ago. The vibrator doesn’t life any more. It destructed itself within minutes due to the strong vibrations (R.I.P). It drives a 12V (or any other voltage between 6V to 20V) electro motor with pulse width modulation (PWM). Further it offers a couple of other options:

  1. PC-Mode: Lets the PC control the vibrator over USB. Also lets you store some custom wavetables in the EEPROM
  2. Const: Just controls the speed.
  3. Ramp: Ramps the speed to the set value. Very much like a saw-tooth.
  4. Throb: Increases and decreases the speed.
  5. Wavetable 1
  6. Wavetable 2
  7. Wavetable 3
  8. Wavetable 4
  9. Wavetable 5

The first knob lets you choose the program, the second knob controls the speed (except in PC-Mode) and the third knob controls the time from one step to the next.

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