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How to Hack the Esquire E-ink Cover

How to Hack the Esquire E-ink Cover

See the innards that power Esquire magazine’s new E-ink cover.  Six cell batteries and a few ICs are all that power the two screens.  It appears the screens are actually displaying color but they indeed aren’t.à They simply alter...
Drive a Car with an iPhone Remote

Drive a Car with an iPhone Remote

The car can be remotely steered using a laptop with LabView software as the brains.  A custom app lets you control the pedal and gas with touch sliders on the phone. The steering is taken care of by the iPhone’s accelerometer. Three...
Flat Screen Hacked into Virtual Pinball Cabinet

Flat Screen Hacked into Virtual Pinball Cabinet

Utilizing the epic free software Future Pinball, this modder used a flat screen TV to create a huge virtual pinball surface. Check out more details about the above project at the pinball forum. DIY arcade and gaming cabinets are actually quite...
How to Make Daft Punk El-Wire Suits and Helmets

How to Make Daft Punk El-Wire Suits and Helmets

After seeing a post about how to create daft punk suits and helmets (featured in our Top 40 Arduino Projects), this couple created their own fantastic daft punk costumes.  You’re guaranteed to learn everything about the Arduino, LEDs, sewing...
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DIY PSP built using Arduino

DIY PSP built using Arduino

In the spirit of the open source gameboy (#5 on the Top 40 Arduino Projects of the Web), Matt’s latest project uses a few Arduino shields to make the Open Source “PSP” with two-player ping-pong. Since the PSP has dual controllers...
Interactive, Portable “Magic Mirror” Arduino Project

Interactive, Portable “Magic Mirror” Arduino Project

Using an old suitcase, a laptop, X10 home automation parts and an Arduino set-up, this guy managed to build a fully-functional magic mirror suitcase.  Basically, it’s an interactive mirror which reacts to it’s environment using various...
Hack a NES Controller into a Security Keypad

Hack a NES Controller into a Security Keypad

Combine the power of an old school Nintendo controller with the Arduino to create your own security system. It’s even webcam enabled and takes a picture of anyone who attempts to enter. The tutorial is quite thorough and will guide you...
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...
Incredible Robot Balances Perfectly on a Ball

Incredible Robot Balances Perfectly on a Ball

We’ve featured some basic segway-like self balancing robots with two wheels but we haven’t seen anything like this.  This unique robot uses three omni-wheels to maintain its balance on a spherical ball.  As demonstrated in the video below, it...
Car Controlled using a Cell Phone

Car Controlled using a Cell Phone

This project was done for the completion of BSc degree in computer systems engineering in Palestine Polytechnic University. --- This Project is about using the mobile phone as an advanced Remote Control for a car, by installing a central locking...
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