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How to: Completely Functional R2D2 RC Robot

How to: Completely Functional R2D2 RC Robot

While having your own slave pet R2D2 has been a dream of thousands of Star Wars fans, one dedicated man made his own functional and extremely realistic R2D2 robot. So realistic, it looks like it just motored off of the Star Wars set. He also has...
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...
Adam Savage's Self Balancing Unicycle

Adam Savage's Self Balancing Unicycle

Adam Savage of the MythBusters receives his SBU, an electric self-balancing unicycle by Focus Designs...
The Human Powered Party Bike

The Human Powered Party Bike

Take your average run of the mill bike, cut, weld, add foam, wire and throw in some LEDs to create your own personal party bike. This "soul bike" as the creator calls it can be pedal or battery powered and is a blast at events, parties, and...
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Portable Four Color Laser

Portable Four Color Laser

My latest work using three lasers (red, green, blu-ray) combined with optics from a HD DVD drive mounted in something called an white fusion kit. I designed a driver circuit to control the lasers with PWM from a PIC to make millions of colours and...
Infrared Head Tracking For The Wii

Infrared Head Tracking For The Wii

Using the infrared camera in the Wii remote and a head mounted sensor bar (containing two infrared LEDs), you can accurately track the location of your head and render view dependent images on the screen.  This effectively transforms your...
Android Running on the iPhone 3G!

Android Running on the iPhone 3G!

A few weeks ago, we showed you Android running on the iPhone 2G but now you can run Google’s Android on your 3G as well.  Awesome work!  We’ll post an update in a few days when a downloadable version is available for you to install on your...
How to: Physical Flag Alert for New Email

How to: Physical Flag Alert for New Email

Learn how to use microcontrollers to control just about anything as we build a device that raises a flag every time you get a new email!  Microcontrollers form the heart of many electronics projects big and small. David uses them constantly for ...
How to: Access your Computer Remotely using DynDNS

How to: Access your Computer Remotely using DynDNS

How to control your computer from afar using...
Make your own Telepresence Robot

Make your own Telepresence Robot

Instead of going to work everyday, send a web-controllable robot equipt with a monitor and web cam. You can control it from anywhere in the world, making conferencing, and talking with family back home a breeze. Besides the brief video above...
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