Well I have been creating fun electronic projects for few years now. The hobby started during my bachelor’s program back in Mumbai, I create several electronic projects and won the electronics competitions, even though I was computer science major. Now that I finally have a space to work in, I’m thinking of devoting a small nook to be able to do electronic fun projects.


So what project would be I wanting to complete with my new electronics lab? Following is a short list -

> > #### Libar Bar Stool > > > > The top project I want to complete is a bar stool which has an artistic led setup with alcohol bottles. I would like to incorporate a muscial instrument in this stool something along the lines of laser harp mention [here](http://www.hackthings.com/rock-out-with-arduino-music-related-hacks/), more on it soon. I want to try and use the [Adruino’s](http://www.arduino.cc) for this project, but I have also been intrigued by [electric imp](http://www.electricimp.com/)! It might a be cool project to use the Arduino, Electric Imp and the [COSM](https://cosm.com/) or [Carriots](https://www.carriots.com/) service to internet enable and control your [project](https://www.sparkfun.com/tutorials/397). > > > > #### Home Automation > > > > Integrate various sensors (door), speakers, and LAN. > >

Buy List

What do I need to buy to setup my lab?


  1. Seattle Arduino Resources – a meta and up to date list is at http://goo.gl/maps/CBafa
* MetricCreateSpace: [http://metrixcreatespace.com/](http://metrixcreatespace.com/), a close to capitol hill work space which has cheap access to makerbot.

* StudentRND, [http://studentrnd.org](http://studentrnd.org), a Bellevue based electronics creative space for high-schoolers.

* Jigsawrenaissance, [http://www.jigsawrenaissance.org/activities/calendar/](http://www.jigsawrenaissance.org/activities/calendar/), non-profit maker space in international district.

* Atlspace, [http://www.airlighttimespace.org/](http://www.airlighttimespace.org/), awesome and very affordable maker space in cap hill

* 911media, [http://www.911media.org/resources/equipment](http://www.911media.org/resources/equipment), a media related non-profit.
  1. Learning resources
* Instructables - [http://www.instructables.com/](http://www.instructables.com/), videos on how to make stuff.

* Arduino: [http://www.arduino.cc](http://www.arduino.cc)