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Stylish Hard Drive Clock

Stylish Hard Drive Clock

Strobeshnik is a HDD clock. The digits are etched in the original platter and they're strobed from behind with leds. The HDD motor is driven by a custom circuit without feedback, hence poor startup performance and awful noise. Rotational feedback is...
Multiplayer PSP with only one UMD

Multiplayer PSP with only one UMD

Play a game in multiplayer mode against a friend when only one of you has the UMD for the game. It’s a rather simple hack that’s easy to perform, yet saves everyone money in the long run (besides Sony of course) View the Full...
DIY Rapid Placement Delta Robot

DIY Rapid Placement Delta Robot

For those who questioned the validity of the video speed from my other video post. This video includes background conversation along with the mini delta...
Extraordinary DIY Transformers Robot

Extraordinary DIY Transformers Robot

Little is known about this fantastic project, but the video really speaks for itself.  Obviously it’s not as smooth as the movie, it’s still an impressive engineering build.  It uses a bunch of servo motors to accomplish the complex...
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How to: Increase the Range of a Remote Control

How to: Increase the Range of a Remote Control

Kipkay shows you how to increase the range of your remote control for your television. You use electrical tape to make sure that the leads do not come into contact with the...
Sleek, Portable Nintendo 64 Case Mod

Sleek, Portable Nintendo 64 Case Mod

The Nimbus 64 is one of the most impressive portable systems we’ve seen in a while and it’s a nice addition to our collection of Nintendo mods. This case mod also adds control knobs from the GameCube and uses an LCD from an old PlayStation. ...
Make LEDs Thump to the Beat of your Music

Make LEDs Thump to the Beat of your Music

This would definitely be an awesome addition to any party. Using an output from your computer or speakers, you can hook up a few LEDs, and they’ll pulsate to the beat of your music. You can expand upon this and hook this entire thing up to...
Lawn Mower Controlled via WiiMote

Lawn Mower Controlled via WiiMote

We've got another cool hack for you, this time using the amazing Wiimote, from the Southern University of Denmark’s Robot Laboratory. The Wiimote connects to the lawn mower through Bluetooth. From there, a computer interprets the signal and sends...
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...
How to make an LED floatie balloon

How to make an LED floatie balloon

Light up your world with these beautiful and easy-to-make illuminated LED...
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