You may have seen our blog post a few weeks back about the 123D Circuits contest on Instructables. Well the contest is over now, and after a whopping 222 entries we were able to select a few entrants that really went above and beyond with their projects, so we could shower them with all sorts of fancy, electronics-related gifts. Not to mention these sweet customized multi-purpose knives!
It was really inspiring to see your creativity in the circuits world. From robots to medical devices to things that were just plain practical, you did it all. While everyone contributed an amazing project, we are happy to announce the winners for each category!
You can find the rest of the winners here.
If you missed out on this contest, have no fear - there are lots of chances to win things. We have a Create Your Own Drone contest going right now in partnership with i.materialise, and for you circuits lovers there's also an awesome Arduino contest running on Instructables as well.
Just a few hours to go until the Instructables 123D Circuits contest closes! If you haven’t already, check out the great entries so far and cast your votes for the winners. Better yet, go to 123D Circuits and create your own entry, the prizes are AWESOME (like, oscilloscope awesome).
There is still time! It’s free to design circuits, and you can get started with your 123D account. We’ve certainly got our favorite entries, what are yours?
Now that 123D Circuits is officially part of the family, we figured there's no better way to celebrate than to give stuff away! Submit any circuits-related project to the 123D Circuits contest on Instructables for your shot at winning prize packages valued at almost $1,500 each!! Protip: using 123D Circuits in your project is advisable if you want to win some of the special Judges' Prizes.
Go check out 123D Circuits now to start making things with this awesome new tool. Once you've documented all your hard work head over to Instructables to enter the contest. Folks of all skill level are encouraged to participate, whether you are brand new to electronics or a well-seasoned electrical engineer.