I'll update with a few pictures shortly as I have to send them from my phone.
Here is the youtube video I created showing the meter off.
It was made using the following parts.
Aluminum belt rollers out of a busted mail sorter.
the guts out of a EMF Detector
transparent pen end for the antenna that blinks red when the EMF Meter is first turned on, or detects EMF
red bike light
lint brush handle
three position toggle switches and momentary contact button (all switches were scavenged out of the wand from a busted up in shipping proton pack I scrapped).
It's held together using generous amounts of resin and hot melt glue and it is powered by a 9V battery (bike light is powered by it's internal battery pack that is charged by a usb cable).