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Category: Hacks + Mods

Etch A Sketch Laser Cutter: Burn A Wood

Etch A Sketch Laser Cutter: Burn A Wood
To celebrate the 10th birthday of Arduino, the folks at laser cutter shop Just Add Sharks decided to make a laser cutter run by an Arduino Pro Mini. To make things more fun, they made it…
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Laser Goggles: Protection from Itself

Laser Goggles: Protection from Itself
The laser-crazy toymaker Patrick Priebe recently shared what he admits to be the dumbest thing he’s ever made: lasers mounted on a pair of goggles. There are actually two pairs of lasers on the goggles, with…
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Etch a Sketch Clock Draws the Time: It’s Sketch O’ Clock

Etch a Sketch Clock Draws the Time: It’s Sketch O’ Clock
This clock by Instructables member dodgey99 uses an Etch A Sketch to draw the time, then flips over to erase the markings and update the time. It’s the kind of clock you would expect to find…
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Monster High Iron Girl Custom Doll: Frankie Stark

Monster High Iron Girl Custom Doll: Frankie Stark
We’re fans of toy modder Chris Hooton aka Sabretooth and have featured a couple of his unique creations. This time he modified a Monster High doll, turning an unholy teenage girl into a female version of…
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MicroView Tiny Arduino with OLED Screen: On-chip Display

MicroView Tiny Arduino with OLED Screen: On-chip Display
A company called Geek Ammo may have come up with the hacking community’s best buddy since the original Arduino. The MicroView is a chip-sized Arduino compatible computer with a built-in OLED display. Its size and built-in…
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DIY Toothbrush Timer: Brush-type Motor

DIY Toothbrush Timer: Brush-type Motor
Tinkerer Steve Hoefer found a way to put those kitschy chattering teeth toy to good use. With the help of a 555 timer chip, a servo and some soldering, you can turn the toy into a…
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Arduino-based 8-bit Handheld Game Console: Gamebuino

Arduino-based 8-bit Handheld Game Console: Gamebuino
Late last year I talked about the DIY Gamer Kit, which contained all the parts you need to assemble your own handheld game console. In other words, the kit introduces you to video game hardware. Aurélien…
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3D Printed Medieval Armor for Barbie Dolls: Woman-at-arms

3D Printed Medieval Armor for Barbie Dolls: Woman-at-arms
Watch out Ken. Barbie’s packing some steel. Actually Jim Rodda’s Barbie armor is made of biodegradable plastic. Jim originally wanted to print glitter cannons that fit on My Little Pony toys as a birthday gift to…
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Fan Remaking Super Mario 64 in HD: Super Mario 1080

Fan Remaking Super Mario 64 in HD: Super Mario 1080
Nintendo’s “enhanced remake” of the legendary N64 launch title Super Mario 64 was a Nintendo DS port that added new characters, game modes and more. With his remake, YouTuber Aryoksini is going to improve at least…
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Mech Cellphone Holder Will Destroy All Other Cellphone Holders

Mech Cellphone Holder Will Destroy All Other Cellphone Holders
I’m taking a break from getting my ass handed to me playing Titanfall, and I just had to post this. This mech is the best possible way to display your smartphone.…
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3D Printed Raspberry Pi Raspberry Case: Fruit of the Loom

3D Printed Raspberry Pi Raspberry Case: Fruit of the Loom
We’ve seen pies with fruit inside. Instructables member Rick Winscot created a fruit with a whole Pi inside. Rick designed and printed a case for the Raspberry Pi that looks just like the Raspberry Pi Foundation…
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Ben Heck Creates One-Handed PS4 Controller for Disabled

Ben Heck Creates One-Handed PS4 Controller for Disabled
Our favorite modder, Ben Heck, has come up with another cool creation. As he has done numerous times in the past, he has built a special controller to help the disabled to play video games. The…
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The Avengers Tesseract Case Replica Doubles as Media Player: Infinite Amusement

The Avengers Tesseract Case Replica Doubles as Media Player: Infinite Amusement
Dustin Evans’ Tesseract case replica may not have the power to destroy worlds or foretell the future, but it can open portals to other realms. Aside from a glowing cube, the case also has a 7″…
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Kegerator with Facial Recognition Knows Who Drank How Much, Because You Certainly Won’t

Kegerator with Facial Recognition Knows Who Drank How Much, Because You Certainly Won’t
Phil Harlow wanted an easy way for him and his roommates to split the bill for their kegerator’s beer keg refills. So they all decided that he’ll just pay for it. Just kidding. Phil is working…
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AgIC DIY Kit Lets You Print Circuit Boards on Ink Printers: Agical!

AgIC DIY Kit Lets You Print Circuit Boards on Ink Printers: Agical!
Last year we talked about the EX¹, a 3D printer designed to print circuit boards on a variety of materials, including paper. The EX¹ has great potential, but if all you want is to print is…
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Origami-based Paper Microscope Costs Less than $1 to Make: Foldscope

Origami-based Paper Microscope Costs Less than $1 to Make: Foldscope
High quality microscopes cost thousands of dollars and can be hard to operate and maintain. A group of researchers from Stanford University are close to changing that with a microscope that’s made mostly out of paper…
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