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Nintendo DS LED and Force Feedback Mod

Nintendo DS LED and Force Feedback Mod

Here’s another superb mod from f00f00 detailing the process of adding force-feedback to a stock Nintendo DS using LEDs and a vibration motor.  With limited space inside the DS, he used all surface mount parts and a circuit board smaller than a...
New PS3 Laptop With HDMI Display By Ben Heck

New PS3 Laptop With HDMI Display By Ben Heck

Ben Heck is at it again with his newest PS3 laptop.  This little beauty features a 17 inch 720p LCD screen, a pair of stereo speakers and built in headphone jack for some serious portable gaming power.  The unit also features a HDMI cable for...
Secret Knock Detecting Door Lock

Secret Knock Detecting Door Lock

Here’s a fantastic project using an arduino, a motor, and a piezo sensor which allows you to both record and detect knocking patterns to unlock a door.  The video below does a fantastic job of demonstrating how it works: It’s completely mobile...
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 ...
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Wi-Fi Enabled Coil Gun with iPhone App

Wi-Fi Enabled Coil Gun with iPhone App

We’ve covered loads of airsoft, nerf, and gun projects, and here’s another superb pr0ject to add to our collection.  It’s a coil gun placed on a turret which is triggered via Wi-Fi.   Additionally, it uses remote targeting and shooting...
How to: Reflow Solder Tutorial

How to: Reflow Solder Tutorial

We taught a SMT soldering class at the Atlanta hackerspace ( http://freesideatlanta.org ) focusing on using stencils and solder paste. Here are some shots of a circuit being reflowed on a skillet and inside a toaster oven. Surface tension is able...
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...
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...
Laser Sundial Clock Project

Laser Sundial Clock Project

Alessandro from 5Volt.eu has made this real simple and cool clock . The Laser Sundial Clock Project uses a Atmel microcontroller to move a servo with a line laser connected to it. The result is a single line that can simply represent the time on the...
DIY Camera Stabilizer

DIY Camera Stabilizer

This video was created to show the action of the gimbal on my DIY Steadycam. This project shows the potential of Steadycam possibility for the lighter sub-compact Hybrid Camcorder Market. I have the Jazz Elite HD178. Inspired by the Hague MMC. ...
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