2022-07-17 (Su) SubdermalWirelessLEDs Wearable enclosure

I wanted a way to trigger the coil without a button, so I dug out a mercury switch, and you can probably tell by the old tag and price that I dug pretty deep. The idea is that when I tilt my arm beyond an angle, the circuit will be complete, but it will otherwise not take any power.
Mercury switch

I drilled four holes into a small tin so I could add zip ties and secure it to my elastic arm brace. I added two holes in the side for a button and a headphone jack. Even though this should trigger when I spin my arm, I want to have the battery as a backup. When I stuffed everything inside, I had trouble closing the lid, so I should trim the wires.
Circuit in a mint tin

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