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Physical Computing with MIT’s Siftables

Physical Computing with MIT’s Siftables

Siftables is the latest example of a Tangible User Interface (TUI), an emerging technology that aims to use physical objects as interface for computing needs.  Siftables, however, differ from traditional models with the addition of a sensor...
SpiderBot The Amazing Climbing Robot

SpiderBot The Amazing Climbing Robot

Spiderman isn’t the only one who can climb walls anymore: Crawling its way out of a robotics lab comes Spidey’s robot alter ego. Not exactly in android form yet, the robotic contraption is more of a study in motion planning but is...
Touch Screen, Linux-Based Digital Guitar

Touch Screen, Linux-Based Digital Guitar

Electric guitars require vibrations to create sound.  While they sound cool, this places an enormous amount of restraint on the guitar largely because the you have to concentrate on plucking perfectly and only have one hand free. The Misa digital...
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How to: Create a PCB using the Toner Transfer Method

How to: Create a PCB using the Toner Transfer Method

Need to make a PCB quick? Well, this video tutorial will show you how to create a PCB with the toner transfer method using photo laser paper.  This is an "easy and cheap" way to build PCB (printed circuit board) using the toner transfer method....
NES Controller MP3 Player

NES Controller MP3 Player

I finished a new project, so here it is. The whole thing cost less than $35 including the soldering iron and solder. It's a 1GB mp3 player. It isn't quite finished in the video but it is definitely fully functional. There are a few tweaks I need to...
Secret Knock Detecting Door Lock

Secret Knock Detecting Door Lock

Here’s a fantastic project using an arduino, a motor, and a piezo sensor which allows you to both record and detect knocking patterns to unlock a door.  The video below does a fantastic job of demonstrating how it works: It’s completely mobile...
RFID Enabled Mp3 Player using Arduino

RFID Enabled Mp3 Player using Arduino

This is a fantastic, unique project which uses RFID tagged pictures to select and play album. The system utilizes the easy to use arduino microcontroller platform along with an RFID reader and is also ethernet enabled. View the Full...
How to: Wire your House for VoIP

How to: Wire your House for VoIP

Vonage is a very cool and inexpensive way to have a home phone, but unfortunately it requires a little box to be near your phone at all times. In this two part tutorial, learn exactly how to hack your Vonage phone and route it to your central...
How to: LED Sign using LED strips

How to: LED Sign using LED strips

This OzLabs video demonstrates how to build an LED sign using their flatheaded LED...
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