Random Videos

Randomize Again
‘69 Pontiac GTO controlled using a iPod Touch

‘69 Pontiac GTO controlled using a iPod Touch

RedEye is great for controlling your home theater, but what about other things? Customers use RedEye to control all kinds of things - Christmas lights, hot tubs, and now, even a vintage 1969 Pontiac GTO. Thanks to Dave Phipps and his son for sharing...
iPhone Controlled USB Missile Launcher

iPhone Controlled USB Missile Launcher

By hacking the fantastic USB missile launcher, this modder can control his missile attacks remotely with his iPhone. The video above demonstrates the functionality and you can learn more about the project, grab the code, and build your own remote...
Blind Cameras with an Infrared LED Hat

Blind Cameras with an Infrared LED Hat

Add an array of infrared LEDs to your hat to create an invisible mask. Infrared LEDs are invisible to the human eye, but are visible to cameras. Thus, if you throw a dozen of them on your hat, they blind security cameras and hide your face. We...
How to: Multitouch Table Computer Pad

How to: Multitouch Table Computer Pad

Multi-touch input has been spreading throughout a huge variety of devices, from phones to all-in-one PCs. However, most multitouch (table) displays that can function with your computer tend to be fairly expensive, so with this project we're...
";
Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Submarine!

Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Submarine!

Strangely enough, we’ve featured loads of Star Wars projects, but rather few Star Trek builds. Not to fear! Here’s an extraordinary U.S.S. Enterprise model which has been turned into a submarine. This is just one of many outstanding models...
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...
Arduino Powered Helicopter with Four Rotors

Arduino Powered Helicopter with Four Rotors

We’ve seen loads of superb Arduino projects, but few which involve complex aeronautics.  Here we have the “quadrocopter” – an arduino powered, remote control helicopter with four rotor blades.  It’s a superb build overall with the...
Chess Opponent DIY Robotic Arm

Chess Opponent DIY Robotic Arm

Playing chess against an on-screen computer is one thing, but it just doesn’t match the realistic feel of a live chess game.  By programming a Lynxmotion robotic arm in Python, this chess player created his own robotic opponent.   The Python...
Turn a Roomba into a Ghost Sucking PacMan

Turn a Roomba into a Ghost Sucking PacMan

This guy added 448 yellow LEDs to a Roomba so when it progresses forward, it gobbles up dust, dirt, and the occasional ghost and fruit too. When it starts up, it plays the PacMan intro and when it shuts off, it plays the dead PacMan noise....
Super Nintendo Toaster LED Case Mod

Super Nintendo Toaster LED Case Mod

Simple building materials are all you really need.  A Super NES, a few adhesives, magnets ripped from a broken hard drive, a bunch of resistors, six orange LEDs, plexiglass, and some spare wire. He used the temperature control knob of the toaster...
Randomize Again