The drinkerBot by littleBits is the perfect way to serve up a selection of green-colored drinks (note: does not work with carbonated beverages).
Cups travel along a conveyor belt, while a companion web app pours pre-designed specialty cocktail, a DIY concoction or a surprise mixture.
For instructions how to make it, visit littleBits.cc
For more advanced robotic bartender ideas, check out the this Arduino blog post for inspiration
2. Green LED Clover Wearable Clip
You can’t go through St. Paddy’s day without a green clover… it’s just wrong. Instead of some generic dollar store doo-dad, why not DIY?
For instructions how to make your own LED clover, visit Thingiverse.com
3. DIY Green Solar Plane
This green-colored, solar-powered plane is the perfect, all-encompassing combo of green tech projects for St. Patrick’s Day!
Designed and built by students at Newman Smith High School (Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District [CFBISD]) in Carrollton, Texas. Building this solar plane project is a great way to get into green energy, R/C, planes, electronics, aerospace, or just about anything else tech related.
For instructions how to make this solar plane, check out the step-by-step instructions at Instructables.com
For another “green” (as in Eco) related project, try your luck with our team’s Solar Tracker project build
4. DIY EL Wire St. Paddy’s Day Hat
To match your DIY LED clover, now you’ll need a hat to match. It’s affordable, quick and simple to make – you could be done before you finish your first green beer!
For instructions how to make this easy EL wire hat project, go to Instructables.com
For more EL wire projects, have a look through Instructables.com curated list
5. For the Kids: Remote Control Leprechaun Trap
No one likes to have their gold stolen! Help your kids keep out greedy little, sticky-fingered leprechauns with this remote controlled trap.
For instructions how to make this easy little leprechaun trap, visit littleBits.cc
For the very young, they can still participate in STEM related green tech projects for St. Patrick’s Day by changing flowers from white to green. Instructions and science explained at HomeScienceTools.com