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Category: Hacks + Mods

Geeky LED Jack-O-Lantern DIY Project

Geeky LED Jack-O-Lantern DIY Project
My daughter was born on Halloween so it’s a pretty big deal around out house, with all sorts of decorations and parties to be had. It’s time to start decorating for Halloween already and if you…
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Chromium Os Hacked to Run on iPad

Chromium Os Hacked to Run on iPad
Chrome OS hasn’t officially been released yet, but Chromium OS, its open-source sibling has been going places, thanks in part to people like Hexxeh. Hexxeh is the one who makes Flow, which is based on Chromium…
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Encline Designs Custom Figures: Transformers Transformed

Encline Designs Custom Figures: Transformers Transformed
I know how complicated LEGO creations can be, but I’m equally impressed with people who customize action figures. I could be wrong, but isn’t it harder to find or sculpt parts compared to looking for LEGO…
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Apple Tv Gen 2 Device Torn Down at Ifixit

Apple Tv Gen 2 Device Torn Down at Ifixit
We talked about that new Apple TV when it first launched early this month. The thing is now getting into the hands of geeks around the country and naturally, iFixit has ripped theirs to pieces so…
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Robolamps have More Charm Than Bay’S Transformers

Robolamps have More Charm Than Bay’S Transformers
Made of plastic pipes, sockets, wire sleeves and other common plumbing and electrical materials, these Robolamps are some of the geekiest and most unique desk lamps we’ve ever seen. They’re not all menacing like Robolamp Roddock,…
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Visual Memory Nano: iPod Nano Stuffed Inside Dreamcast VMU

Visual Memory Nano: iPod Nano Stuffed Inside Dreamcast VMU
The Dreamcast’s VMU was a failed experiment. It was a great idea – a storage device that also played games – but in reality it didn’t get enough support from developers. Goteking’s hack on the other…
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SNES Emulator Now on PS3, Psp Says Meh

SNES Emulator Now on PS3, Psp Says Meh
Ah, SNES emulation. It’s like a rite of passage for any jailbroken system powerful enough to run it. I’m sure that when the PS6 is hacked in 2040, people will still install an SNES emulator on…
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IPod Nano 6g Sprouts Legs and Walks

IPod Nano 6g Sprouts Legs and Walks
Remember the guy who created those goofy walking iPad and iPhone robots? Well, Terasaki-san is back with a new addition to his i-Family, the iPod nanobot 6G. By building one of his walking contraptions onto the…
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DIY Coilgun Does Serious Damage With Electricity and Magnets

DIY Coilgun Does Serious Damage With Electricity and Magnets
YouTube user Jason, also known as Larsplatoon, has put together a fully functioning coilgun after two years of effort. So WTF is a coilgun? It sounds like something cool. It’s actually a gun that fires a…
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Gamecube U Portable Handheld Can be Yours if the Price is Right

Gamecube U Portable Handheld Can be Yours if the Price is Right
Ever wanted a Gamecube portable of your very own? Well today could be your lucky day. Modder techknott is back again, and this time, he’s built a nifty GCp and put it up for sale on…
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The Analog LED Clock: Best of Both Worlds?

The Analog LED Clock: Best of Both Worlds?
Using LEDs to simulate an analog clock is kind of cool (although not as cool as say, a mechanical LED clock.) This clock mimics the hands of a traditional clock using rows upon rows of LEDs…
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The Bit-52s Play Rock Lobster

The Bit-52s Play Rock Lobster
The Bit-52s are the creation of Toronto’s James Cochrane, who’s programmed an array of mechanical and electronic contraptions to crank out music, sans human musicians. The “band” features everything from a solonoid-controlled guitar, keyboard and tambourine…
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Super Nintendo + Table = Super Nintable Ftw!

Super Nintendo + Table = Super Nintable Ftw!
Modder Vomitsaw had a cheap wooden end table and a old Super Nintendo lying around, so he put together this awesome mod he’s donating to the office break room. The Super Nintable has a neatly-integrated SNES…
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The Ben Heck Show

The Ben Heck Show
Well, it had to happen sooner or later. Casemod god Benjamin Heckendorn is all grown up and has gone and gotten himself his own TV show. Okay, it’s just an Internet TV show, and pretty much…
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Newton iPhone Casemod: Past Swallows Present

Newton iPhone Casemod: Past Swallows Present
Charles Mangin is on a mission to meld Apple’s failed Newton handheld with their highly successsful iPhone. If he manages to pull it off, this is what he thinks it’ll look like. Can you say “full…
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Nintendo Game Controller Synths Beep and Bleep Their Way Back From the Dead

Nintendo Game Controller Synths Beep and Bleep Their Way Back From the Dead
I certainly don’t remember my old Nintendo controller making crazy sounds, but I actually rather like the idea of building synthesizers into old video game controllers. Gadget hacker Michael Rucci builds his audio mods into old…
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