The Omnitrix

It started when an alien device did what it did
And stuck itself upon his wrist with secrets that it hid
Now he's got super powers...

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We want to make the famous Omnitrix. Our goal is to put leds, sound and some effects to be just like the real one expect the transformation into monsters.

Differents tools/websites will be useful for this project:
- Tinkercard
- Fusion 360
- Ultimaker Cura

Differents parts are presents here:


Build the Arduino circuit with the system of leds and sound on a Nano


Modelising several parts for assembling them after

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  • 1 × Arduino Nano
  • 2 × RGB Leds
  • 6 × 330 ohm Resistances
  • 30 × Wires
  • 1 × Mini Breadboard Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components

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    How to make it

      1. Design:
      Design the 3D model of your Ben 10 watch using 3D modeling software such as Blender, TinkerCAD, or Fusion 360. Be sure to include spaces for electronic components, watch movement and 3D printing mechanisms.

      2. 3D printing of components:
      Divide your design into separate printable components (case, bracelet, etc.). Use a 3D printer to make these components using suitable materials, such as PLA. Be sure to get precise details and a high quality finish.

      3. Electronic:
      Integrate electronic components, including an Arduino board, OLED display, buttons and battery, into the 3D printed enclosure. Connect the components to ensure proper operation of the system.

      4. Programming:
      Program the Arduino board to manage watch features, such as time display, date, and other specific Ben 10 features that you want to include.

      5. Assembly:
      Assemble all electronic components into the 3D printed enclosure, making sure to secure connections and ensure proper integration.

      6. Test:
      Run tests to ensure all components work together. Also check battery life.

      7. Finishing:
      Make sure the assembly is clean and all components are secure. You can also add finishing details or customize the exterior appearance.

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