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Category: Hacks + Mods

The Real Mac Mini

The Real Mac Mini

On numerous occasions, I’ve thought about going on eBay and picking up an original Macintosh, just so I could have one in my office? But I always talk myself out of it because I don’t really…

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Grand Theft Auto 3 Map App for Google Glass: OK Glass, Take Me to Staunton Island

Grand Theft Auto 3 Map App for Google Glass: OK Glass, Take Me to Staunton Island

One of the most basic features of Google Glass is its ability to display a map. The folks behind that feature probably didn’t think people would use the wearable computer to navigate virtual worlds though. App…

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Electric Paint Pen Lets You Draw Your Own Circuits

Electric Paint Pen Lets You Draw Your Own Circuits

As someone who doesn’t know a lot about building electronics, I love learning about products that manage to teach the basics of the field. Bare Conductive’s Paint Pen is one such product. It’s a liquid wire…

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Adafruit DIY LED Watch: Pixel O’clock

Adafruit DIY LED Watch: Pixel O’clock

Adafruit continues its wonderful marketing campaign with another fun and functional gadget that you can build using the company’s products. This time it’s a wristwatch that uses LEDs to display the time or point North or…

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VorpX Stereoscopic 3D Driver Makes Windows Games Compatible with the Oculus Rift

VorpX Stereoscopic 3D Driver Makes Windows Games Compatible with the Oculus Rift

New videogame systems all have one weakness: there are barely any games that come out at the same time as the hardware. The PS Vita and the Wii U are the most recent victims of this…

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LEGO Calendar Syncs with Google Calendar: Brickmented Reality

LEGO Calendar Syncs with Google Calendar: Brickmented Reality

There’s already an official LEGO calendar, but design studio Vitamins made a more practical version with the help of custom software. Even though the calendar is made entirely out of LEGO pieces, Vitamins were able to…

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3D Printing Fine Art: Downloadable Masterpiece

3D Printing Fine Art: Downloadable Masterpiece

In the future, we may not need to go to museums and other repositories of art in order to admire paintings and sculptures. We may be able to print inch-perfect replicas of artworks that, to the…

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Light Up Circuit Board Art: eLEDtronic

Light Up Circuit Board Art: eLEDtronic

Programmer and avid gamer Saar Drimer aka boldport wanted to make a special wedding gift for his friend Mike, who’s also a gamer and a computer scientist. Not only did he succeed in making a great…

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Paradise Desk Has More Ports than Your Laptop

Paradise Desk Has More Ports than Your Laptop

David Wrobel designed a desk for gadget freaks, gamers and other heavy computer users. The Paradise Desk is filled with ports, power plugs and other convenient features that solve several annoyances associated with using computers or…

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Oscilloscope Watch Outgeeks Calculator Watches

Oscilloscope Watch Outgeeks Calculator Watches

If you have to ask what an oscilloscope is, Gabriel Anzziani’s invention isn’t for you. The founder of Gabotronics made waves when he created the amazingly tiny Xprotolab oscilloscope. Now he’s working on the Oscilloscope Watch,…

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Kinect-based Computer Orchestra Uses Computers as Musicians: You Are the Conductor

Kinect-based Computer Orchestra Uses Computers as Musicians: You Are the Conductor

Nowadays it’s quite possible to create and play music live using a computer. You can also use MIDI controllers to make it easier for you to interact with music software and audio files. However, pushing keys…

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Chopsticking Board Game: Fun Level: Asian

Chopsticking Board Game: Fun Level: Asian

Man who catch fly with chopstick, accomplish anything. Man who catch most sushi with chopstick, become ChopsticKing. That idea behind – I mean that’s the idea behind Chopsticking, an Arduino-based board game made by NYU ITP…

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Alien PEZ Dispenser: In Space, No One Can Hear You Chew

Alien PEZ Dispenser: In Space, No One Can Hear You Chew

PEZ has always been a bit of a mixed blessing for me. The dispensers were so much better than the candy inside. It’s like the guys who made the candy said “our candy kind of sucks,…

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Power Wheels Star Wars Speeder Bike: Awesomendor!

Power Wheels Star Wars Speeder Bike: Awesomendor!

I don’t know about you, but I have always wanted to have my own Speeder Bike from the Endor forest in Return of the Jedi. I never thought to make one using Power Wheels. Well, Instructables…

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LEGO Useless Machine: Mindtroll

LEGO Useless Machine: Mindtroll

We’ve seen many examples of LEGO used to build something practical. This one’s the exact opposite. LEGO enthusiast Jason Allemann built his own take on the infamous useless machine using the newly released Mindstorms EV3 kit.…

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Player Piano and Robot Percussionist Play Classic Nintendo Game Tunes in Real Time: Play by Wire

Player Piano and Robot Percussionist Play Classic Nintendo Game Tunes in Real Time: Play by Wire

YouTuber roboband used a Raspberry Pi and his own software to “translate” the audio from some of Nintendo’s classic games. The transcriptions were then relayed in real time to two musical instruments: a self-playing piano aka…

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