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Fantastic Interview with the Inventor of Pong

Fantastic Interview with the Inventor of Pong

Back in the late 60s, German-born gadgeteer Ralph Baer began inventing what later became known as video games. Over the ensuing decades he would develop Pong, the rifle you could point at the screen that was the precursor to the Duck Hunt shotgun,...
RGV Laser System

RGV Laser System

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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...
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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Location-Based Game “Urban Defender”

Location-Based Game “Urban Defender”

By using an Arduino, GPS, and an accelerometer, this group put together the “Urban Defender” – A hyper-local geolocation based game which allows users to “claim” various districts of a city by throwing the ball against a wall to claim...
Epic PSP Mod includes LEDs, Camera, Joystick + More

Epic PSP Mod includes LEDs, Camera, Joystick + More

This modder began with a stock PSP Slim 2000 and transformed it into what it should have been the day it left the factory.  The new model features an extra joystick, 32GB flash memory instead of UMD’s, a second port for charging, built in camera...
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...
Retro Humor:The Origin of Classic NES Games

Retro Humor:The Origin of Classic NES Games

Ever wonder how your favorite NES games came to be Who the hell came up with an Italian plumber and a giant dot eating circle Well, the secrets of the universe have been answered my friends. A secretive 1979 board meeting has been leaked! (gasp)...
Magnetic Levitation Light Bulb uses Wireless Energy Transfer

Magnetic Levitation Light Bulb uses Wireless Energy Transfer

This movie demonstrates an implementation of wireless energy transfer, in combination with magnetic levitation. The result is a light bulb(20 Watt) floating in mid-air, while lit. Be sure to checkout the inspiration for this...
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...
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