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Physical Punch-Out Interface for the NES

Physical Punch-Out Interface for the NES

People are getting extremely creative with innovative ways to physically interact with game consoles. These hackers combined one of the greatest NES titles, Punch-Out with a boxing dummy to add interaction to the old classic. This hack involves...
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...
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...
Build a Giant VU Meter Using Light Bulbs

Build a Giant VU Meter Using Light Bulbs

Basically, a VU Meter measures loudness (volume units) of an audio signal. But this blinking VU meter project catches the eye more than the ear. The construction of the VU meter using 12 flashing bulbs is relatively simple. At the heart is a 12...
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PSP Mod with LEDs and VU Meter

PSP Mod with LEDs and VU Meter

For the part of the mod, you can learn how to make a custom surface mount PCB to install an LED audio meter in your PSP.  We’ve covered a variety of VU meters in the past which illuminate LEDs based upon the intensity (volume units) of an...
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 a Giant Net Enabled Etch-A-Sketch

DIY a Giant Net Enabled Etch-A-Sketch

Remember those plasticy Etch A Sketch toys from childhood? Two knobs allowed you to draw line images on a flat screen. In this video demo, Jeri Ellsworth and George Sanger give a low down on their net enabled version. Replace the grey screen with a...
Wiimote Controls Airsoft Gun over Internet

Wiimote Controls Airsoft Gun over Internet

If you are into automated weapons of medium destruction and automation here is a cool hack you are sure to enjoy. It uses an ioBridge to allow a Wiimote to control a remote airsoft...
KegBot - Beer Keg on Wheels

KegBot - Beer Keg on Wheels

It’s a beer guzzler’s dream. A beer keg on wheels that motors over to your friends and serves them from the tap. And it’s all remote controlled by you. The concept is quite simple really: take a beer keg and mate it with motorized wheels...
James Bond Style Wireless Door Lock

James Bond Style Wireless Door Lock

Remote locking is quite common for automobiles, not so common for doors.  This James Bond-ish home security system uses a coded signal from the wristwatch to the electronic box on the door to lock and unlock the door.  Far more stylish than a...
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