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Category: Hacks + Mods

3D Printer Turned into Air Hockey Robot: It Prints, It Scores!

3D Printer Turned into Air Hockey Robot: It Prints, It Scores!
A few years ago we found out about mighty Roombas that were moonlighting as sumo wrestlers. Jose Julio’s RepRap 3D printer also has a sporting spirit. The robotics enthusiast unlocked his gadget’s potential and turned it…
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Ototo Musical Invention Kit Scales with Your Imagination

Ototo Musical Invention Kit Scales with Your Imagination
It may not look like much, but Dentaku’s tiny board lets you follow in the footsteps of Leo Fender, Antonio Stradivari, Ikutaro Kakehashi and other musical instrument makers. It’s called the Ototo, and it’s a small…
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Wall-E Toy Robot Mod Adds Voice Recognition & Proximity Sensors

Wall-E Toy Robot Mod Adds Voice Recognition & Proximity Sensors
Adriá García of DIYMakers augmented a Wall-E toy by making it work with voice commands and giving it the means to move on its own and avoid obstacles. It doesn’t compact garbage or collect curios, but…
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Street-legal Cozy Coupe Doesn’t Look too Cozy

Street-legal Cozy Coupe Doesn’t Look too Cozy
When my son was really small I probably pushed him 1000 miles in his red and yellow Little Tykes Cozy Coupe. I also flopped over the top of that little car a few times when the…
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Settlers of Catan Globe: Catanosphere

Settlers of Catan Globe: Catanosphere
Instructables settler PenfoldPlant traded Settlers of Catan’s flat board game for a globe. A modified truncated icosahedron, to be exact. The result is a multipurpose piece that can serve as decoration, a container for game pieces…
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Arcade Machine Accepts Bitcoins: Bitcoin-op

Arcade Machine Accepts Bitcoins: Bitcoin-op
A growing number of establishments are accepting Bitcoin as payment. Now you can even use it to play arcade games. British company Liberty Games combined the cutting edge currency with the aging gaming platform to make…
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Guy Plays Tekken Using an Electric Piano

Guy Plays Tekken Using an Electric Piano
If you have ever wanted to incorporate a musical instrument into games other than Rock Band, Rocksmith or Guitar Hero, this guy is your new best friend. Vimeo member Mc Cool is seen here in this…
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Making Prototypes with a 3D Printer & LEGO: faBrickation

Making Prototypes with a 3D Printer & LEGO: faBrickation
3D printing can help you create prototypes or mockups quickly. Or should I say relatively quickly – it can take a 3D printer hours to print even moderately-sized objects. To speed things up, students from the…
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Vectorscope Clock Mod: from Chroma to Chronon

Vectorscope Clock Mod: from Chroma to Chronon
Oscilloclock shop owner Aaron’s latest offering is based on a vectorscope, a special kind of oscilloscope used to analyze the quality of television or video signals. Like its brethren, the digital age has reduced the need…
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RumbleRail Floppy Disk Jukebox: Diskman 8.0

RumbleRail Floppy Disk Jukebox: Diskman 8.0
I’m sure you’ve seen videos of floppy disk drives rigged to play music. Simon Schoar took the hack to the next level with RumbleRail, a modular floppy jukebox that plays MIDI files loaded to its SD…
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Middle-earth Rendered in Outerra: One Simply Downloads Mordor

Middle-earth Rendered in Outerra: One Simply Downloads Mordor
We usually hear of fictional worlds brought to life in Minecraft, but there’s more than one way to skin a globe. A group called the Middle Earth Digital Elevation Model Project or MED-EM has been using…
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Cuttable Multi-touch Sensors: Cut, Paste, Tap, Swipe, Pinch

Cuttable Multi-touch Sensors: Cut, Paste, Tap, Swipe, Pinch
Disney’s Touché concept can turn many ordinary objects into touch sensors. But what if you could buy materials such as wood, foil or paper that were already touch-sensitive off the shelf? That’s one of the dreams…
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Oculus Rift Used in Empathy Experiments: Step into Someone’s Views

Oculus Rift Used in Empathy Experiments: Step into Someone’s Views
We’ve seen people use the Oculus Rift to simulate beheadings. BeAnotherLab used the virtual reality headset for something less morbid but no less interesting. The organization’s The Machine to be Another was an “artistic investigation” in…
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Jailbreak App Makes Dualshock 3 Work with iOS 7 Games that have Controller Support

Jailbreak App Makes Dualshock 3 Work with iOS 7 Games that have Controller Support
Go ahead Android users, roll your eyes. But this is new territory for iOS gamers. A jailbreak app called Controllers for All makes the PlayStation 3′s Dualshock 3 controller compatible with all games use the controller…
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Limelight Pi Lets You Stream PC Games to a Raspberry Pi: Streaming Pi of Shield

Limelight Pi Lets You Stream PC Games to a Raspberry Pi: Streaming Pi of Shield
We already saw a very cheap way to emulate the NVIDIA Shield’s game streaming function using a smartphone and VNC. But if you want an even cheaper way – assuming you don’t already have a smartphone…
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DIY Secret Knock Lock: Knock, Knock. Who’s There?

DIY Secret Knock Lock: Knock, Knock. Who’s There?
One of inventor Steve Hoefer’s favorite creations is his knock-activated lock: a lock that only opens if you enter the correct knock sequence. Steve says he’s built the lock a dozen times. Instead of becoming increasingly…
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