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Outstanding Wearable Tech: The Sixth Sense

Outstanding Wearable Tech: The Sixth Sense

This absolutely incredible video demonstrates what developer Pattie Maes is calling our potential sixth sense.  By combining a camera, projector, and cell phone (for less than $300) her team has created a “gestural interface that augments the...
Play SNES Games on the iPad with a Wiimote

Play SNES Games on the iPad with a Wiimote

We’ve shown you some pretty neat iPad tricks such as running Mac OSX and playing Crysis.  However, those have been created through VNC apps.  This new project, however, utilizes a SNES emulator shown above on a jailbroken iPad being controlled...
Build your own Paintball Turret

Build your own Paintball Turret

Paintball Turret Assembly Part Three - The Upper Turret Drive ...
Leanback meets The Nintendo Wii Remote

Leanback meets The Nintendo Wii Remote

Couch potatoes, unite in celebration! YouTube Leanback is YouTube's new simplified interface that lets you surf videos using only 6 keys on your PC keyboard. But you don't have to wait until YouTube Leanback reaches your TV set-top box to get a...
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DIY Pixelator Art Project in NYC

DIY Pixelator Art Project in NYC

Pixelator is an unauthorized on-going video art performance collaboration with the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority, Clear Channel Communications, and its selected artists. Since 2003, the MTA has made available for exhibition purposes...
iPhone App Easily Solves the Rubix Cube

iPhone App Easily Solves the Rubix Cube

By simply analyzing a picture of each side of the cube, the iPhone application “CubeCheater” will walk you through solving the cube’s puzzle.  Of course, it takes the fun out of the legendary cube but the ingeinuity of the app is...
How to: DIY Nintendo 64

How to: DIY Nintendo 64

Watch us hack a Nintendo 64 into a portable gaming system complete with screen, speakers and battery power: Full Nintendo anywhere you...
Music with the Virtual Laser Harp

Music with the Virtual Laser Harp

Laser harp inventor Steven Hobley is back with another exceptional project.  We covered his outstanding laser harp build last year and was also included in our Top 40 Arduino Projects.  So what’s so cool about a harp anyways?  It’s...
PR2 Robot Fetches Beer from the Refrigerator

PR2 Robot Fetches Beer from the Refrigerator

Those crazy programmers over at the Willow Garage are at it again. This time around they’ve created a robotic wench to deliver the beer. When thirst strikes you can fire up a web interface and drag a picture of your beer into a shopping basket....
Make a Stunning LED Cube

Make a Stunning LED Cube

Here’s an awesome tutorial on how to build your own stunning 8×8x8 LED cube (that’s 512 blue LEDs!).  Each LED can be controlled individually using special software and integrated circuits.  This enables you to program patterns, animations,...
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