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High Voltage Plasma Light Bulb Experiments

High Voltage Plasma Light Bulb Experiments

Demonstration Material is Dangerously-Stupid, do not try this yourself.  From http://www.slightlymadscience.com Turning a light bulb into a plasma ball. To limit the amount of electricity that goes into the transformer, there's a 200 watt light...
How to Hack Encryption Keys using Compressed Air

How to Hack Encryption Keys using Compressed Air

Holding a compressed air can upside down creates extreme cooling of minus 50 degrees Celsius.  Spray this on memory and the stored data fades five times slower than it would naturally.  A full experiment conducted by Princeton exploits...
Make a Digital Memory Wall

Make a Digital Memory Wall

Go from dusty photo albums to live-streaming memories!  The techno-gurus of tech makeover show My Home 2.0 built this FiOS-networked memory wall. It lets you stream hundreds of photos on multiple monitors, refreshing every minute. For complete...
How to: Build a Small Hydrogen HHO generator

How to: Build a Small Hydrogen HHO generator

Make your very own hydrogen (and oxygen) generator with a 9V battery, copper wire, and baking soda (or salt). Why? Who knows. Make sure to check your connections. For more information on this hack, including detailed, step-by-step instructions on...
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Atomic Nixie Clock With GPS And PC Synchronization

Atomic Nixie Clock With GPS And PC Synchronization

This project use 6 old Nixie tubes for display, 1 Real Time Clock, 1 Temperature sensor, 1 microcontroller, 1 Serial Communication Port (PC), display driver circuit, 6 bicolor LEDs (Blue-Red) for background color and 1...
How to Build an Incredible Custom Wall-E Robot

How to Build an Incredible Custom Wall-E Robot

Starting with a lame Wall-E toy, this hacker gutted it to the bare bones, attached servos, infrared sensors, LEDs, and a microcontroller to resurrect it into an lifelike autonomous beast. The author has a well documented build, filled with...
Cheap, Multi-touch Whiteboard using the Wiimote

Cheap, Multi-touch Whiteboard using the Wiimote

Using infrared (IR) light pens and the Wii Remote, it is possible to create very low-cost multi-point interactive whiteboards and multi-point tablet displays. Johnny Chung Lee, Carnegie Mellon University. The software can be downloaded at ...
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...
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...
How to: Attach a Webcam to a Telescope

How to: Attach a Webcam to a Telescope

This shows you how to modify a webcam so that you can attach it to a telescope. Just think, you'll never have to look in that eyepiece again. Just stuff this thing down...
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