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How to Build an Incredible Custom Wall-E Robot

How to Build an Incredible Custom Wall-E Robot

Starting with a lame Wall-E toy, this hacker gutted it to the bare bones, attached servos, infrared sensors, LEDs, and a microcontroller to resurrect it into an lifelike autonomous beast. The author has a well documented build, filled with...
How to Survive: Start a Fire using a Battery

How to Survive: Start a Fire using a Battery

Take a piece of steel wool and tuck it into the toilet paper.   Lightly touch the battery to the steel wool.  Blow.  Now put that thing out, before the smoke alarm goes...
Pong Watch keeps you Punctual

Pong Watch keeps you Punctual

I succeeded in compressing all the electronics for this watch in to a 10mm-thick case. The 96×64 OLED display runs continuously – unlike older LED watches, there is no need to press a button to see the time. Battery life is 25 hours, so...
How to: Control your Computer using Twitter

How to: Control your Computer using Twitter

There's no denying the power of running your own SSH or VNC service at home for remote access. But wouldn't it be cool if you could just SMS your computer and say something like, "Hey, what's your external IP address?" or, "Can you download this ...
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Intelligent Waterfall Displays images using Water

Intelligent Waterfall Displays images using Water

Thousands of water spouts,timers, and precision programming has created this incredible intelligent waterfall.  It displays images, shapes, words, anything you can think of really.  The video really gets intense after about four...
Defend your Cubicle with a USB missile launcher

Defend your Cubicle with a USB missile launcher

Hak5 isn't your ordinary tech show. It's hacking in the old-school sense, covering everything from network security, open source and forensics, to DIY modding and the homebrew scene. Damn the warranties, it's time to Trust your Technolust. In this...
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...
Hack Twitter to Control Electronics

Hack Twitter to Control Electronics

Twitter has become one of the most popular social media sites, but its uses extend far beyond the world of the internet. By, interfacing physical hardware with Twitter these projects have created fantastic hacks allowing electronics to react to...
Incredible Balancing, Climbing and Jumping Robots

Incredible Balancing, Climbing and Jumping Robots

The first robot is called the iLean. It’s basically two wheels attached to a pole which it plants on the ground and balances upon. It then turns its wheels inward and climbs up the pole while maintaining perfect balance. Next is the iHop which is...
Dark Night Batman Tumbler

Dark Night Batman Tumbler

This man built a custom Dark Knight tumbler and placed his outstanding design on a go kart for a miniature version.  While you can’t purchase the actual vehicle, you can buy his plans and view more about the project on eBay (bidding has ended,...
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