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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...
Magnetic Levitation using the Arduino

Magnetic Levitation using the Arduino

This great project uses the a soleniod’s magnetic coil, a Hall sensor, and Arduino to perfectly levitate a magnet. The Hall sensor detects the field of the permanent magnet and uses that information to modulate the magnetic field of the...
How to: DIY Infrared Goggles

How to: DIY Infrared Goggles

Kip Kay of Make Magazine will teach you how to turn welding goggles into infrared goggles with the hack he outlines in this how-to video. The entire project only costs $10. To replicate this hack at home and build your own pair of steampunk...
3D POV Orbs of Light

3D POV Orbs of Light

Whirling LED Orbs I saw at Makers Faire display images in 3D.The maker of the globe is at...
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Giant Robotic Spiders Invade Japan!

Giant Robotic Spiders Invade Japan!

Straight out of a sci-fi thriller, this incredible mechanized spider (designed by a group of artists and technicians) walks the streets of Yokohama, Japan carrying it’s victims.  The creative group, La Machine is known for creating such...
Fireworks Triggered by Cell Phone

Fireworks Triggered by Cell Phone

By using a dirt cheap disposable cell phone, learn to create cell phone triggered fireworks. It’s an incredibly simple project, basically just soldering two wires to the phone and attaching them to a hobby fuse which ignites when current is...
How to: DIY Digital Picture Frame from Old Laptop

How to: DIY Digital Picture Frame from Old Laptop

This is a laptop disassembly of a Dell Inspirion 7000, for the making of a digital picture frame. Watch this three-part video to make you the coolest kid on the block. See the disassembly in part one, the LCD retainer in part two, and the system...
Control a Roomba using a Nintendo Wii balance board

Control a Roomba using a Nintendo Wii balance board

Interested in some good clean fun? With this hack from Japan, you'll learn to operate a Roomba vacuum cleaner remotely using a Nintendo Wii balance board with a Bluetooth serial adapter. Watch this tutorial and build your own Surfin'ba...
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...
Car Hack: Remotely Drive a Car with an iPhone

Car Hack: Remotely Drive a Car with an iPhone

Should driving a car with an iPhone deserve a ticket? Nah, it should be rewarded.  It might look dangerous but this iPhone hack is just another example of what can be done with an iPhone and uncommon ingenuity. The 10 Outstanding DIY iPhone Hacks...
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