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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...
Using Arduino and Peggy 2.0 LED Display

Using Arduino and Peggy 2.0 LED Display

This is a demonstration of the newer I2C/TWI Video Peggy firmware for the Peggy 2.0 display. Quartz Composer is sending its output serially to an Arduino. The Arduino then sends this via I2C to a Peggy 2.0 display. By doing this no modifications to...
DIY Rotating Bookshelves, Staircases and Trap Doors

DIY Rotating Bookshelves, Staircases and Trap Doors

Man makes trap door bookshelf – And teaches you how! Ever seen those hidden bookshelves in the Munsters or Scooby Doo? Always wanted one of your own? Hell yeah! Well now you can with these fantastic projects that teach you how to make your own...
Super Secret Safe inside a Full Pop bottle

Super Secret Safe inside a Full Pop bottle

Using simple techniques, you can create a hidden safe inside what appears to be a full bottle of soda. Using two bottles, glue, and a bit of styrofoam, you too can easily recreate this simple project. An outstanding way to keep your goods safe....
How to: Free Electricity from a Phone Jack

How to: Free Electricity from a Phone Jack

Learn how to get free electricity from your home telephone line just by watching this video. Save money on your power bill, and hack into the electricity coming out of the phone jack. The phone company doesn't monitor electricity usage, so you...
How to: DIY Infrared Goggles

How to: DIY Infrared Goggles

Kip Kay of Make Magazine will teach you how to turn welding goggles into infrared goggles with the hack he outlines in this how-to video. The entire project only costs $10. To replicate this hack at home and build your own pair of steampunk...
How to: DIY USB Smoke Absorber

How to: DIY USB Smoke Absorber

This hack with a USB fan uses activated charcoal to clean air of harmful smoke. Now you can have a cigarette while using the computer and not worry about smoking up the...
How to: Transmit Data Through a Laser

How to: Transmit Data Through a Laser

Secretly shoot your voice across the room in stealth mode on a laser beam in this fun and easy project! Make Magazine and Kipkay present this cool spy trick. Build a simple laser communicator that transmits your voice across a room. You need an...
Double Resonance Solid State TeslaCoil

Double Resonance Solid State TeslaCoil

A new composition of the primary coil for a Double Resonance Solid State TeslaCoil (DRSSTC). It is a combination of wire and capacitors. By making the coil like this you get rid of all the parasitic inductions of the capacitor bank, it reduces wire...
Arduino and Ikea = Superb RGB LED Table Hack

Arduino and Ikea = Superb RGB LED Table Hack

Taking a stock Ikea table, this hacker added a set of 81 individually controlled RGB LEDs to the frame, creating a glowing livingroom centerpiece.  Using the Arduino, he can individually address each LED to control the color change.  Now if only...