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Category: DIY + Hacks

Chibson Placebo Pedal Does Nothing: Air Guitar Essential

Chibson Placebo Pedal Does Nothing: Air Guitar Essential
Give the guitar nerd in your life the gift of nothing with Chibson USA and Daredevil Pedals’ Placebo Pedal. All of its parts are legit – the knobs, the footswitch, the power indicator light, and the I/O jacks.

eXtremeRate RISE DIY Back Paddles for PS5: Quadsense Controller

eXtremeRate RISE DIY Back Paddles for PS5: Quadsense Controller
Critics and gamers lucky enough to get their hands on the PS5 often cite the console’s DualSense controller as a true next-gen controller, thanks to its precise haptics and force feedback triggers. However, the previous generation also saw a small but significant addition to gamepads – paddles.

The EXO Giga Bike is a Custom PC in a Bicycle: BMX On

The EXO Giga Bike is a Custom PC in a Bicycle: BMX On
If you’re a PC enthusiast, you might have noticed that boutique manufacturers are actually making open-air chassis that are not meant to be test benches, but for showcase builds. Well, how’s this for an open-air chassis?

Custom Watercooled Gaming PC Combined with a PS5: Play Everything

Custom Watercooled Gaming PC Combined with a PS5: Play Everything
PC builders have toyed with incorporating entire consoles into PC cases before – Origin even made some – but the folks at Modding Cafe came up with something that’s truly a sight to behold. The Vietnamese builders made a custom ITX build that watercools both a PC and a PS5.

DIY 3D Printable Mecha and Sci-Fi Face Masks: Man & Machine, Sanding Extreme

DIY 3D Printable Mecha and Sci-Fi Face Masks: Man & Machine, Sanding Extreme
You wouldn’t download a mech, but you would and you can download a mecha’s mask. It’s all thanks to designers like Etsy seller SeberdrA, who offers STL files of masks and other facial cosplay accessories inspired by popular mecha, cyborgs, and other anime, video games, and science fiction characters.

DIY Captain America Shield Can Bounce Back: Fibers, Assembled

DIY Captain America Shield Can Bounce Back: Fibers, Assembled
There are a thousand replicas and scale models of Captain America’s iconic shield, from action figure accessories and cheap children’s toys to full-on display pieces. But none of them actually work like Cap’s weapon – you can throw them, but that’s like playing catch with a cat.

Modder Turned Nintendo’s Virtual Boy into a Handheld

Modder Turned Nintendo’s Virtual Boy into a Handheld
The Virtual Boy was Nintendo’s ill-fated attempt to create a 3D virtual reality gaming system back in the 1990s. The system required that gamers align their eyes with a tabletop viewer, much like those things they make you look into when you get a vision test at the DMV.

This Fan-made TMNT Donatello Figurine is Insanely Good

This Fan-made TMNT Donatello Figurine is Insanely Good
A concept artist going by the moniker Embertwist recently shared their latest creation on Reddit. It’s a sixth-scale figurine of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’s gadget expert, Donatello, but with a couple of slick twists. First off are the immediately noticeable purple Air Jordan 1 sneakers, but Don is also rocking a backpack that’s partly made from an NES.

DIY Speaker with Ferrofluid Display: Lava Amp

DIY Speaker with Ferrofluid Display: Lava Amp
YouTuber Dakd Jung recently shared a montage of them making a Bluetooth speaker with a one-of-a-kind visualizer. In front of the speaker is a small glass case with a bit of ferrofluid in it. Inside the speaker is a device that converts part of the sound signal into electromagnetic signals, causing the blob to react to the sound in real-time.

Max Keyboard Offer Custom Printed Keycap Sets: Goodbye Group Buy

Max Keyboard Offer Custom Printed Keycap Sets: Goodbye Group Buy
Mechanical keyboards have exploded in popularity in recent years, including swappable keycaps. You can easily find mass-produced keycap sets online, but if you truly want to stand out or have trendy or niche designs, your best bets are limited run or artisan keycaps.

Make Your Own Rubik’s Cube Inspired Wooden LED Light

Make Your Own Rubik’s Cube Inspired Wooden LED Light
Inspired by the classic look of a Rubik’s Cube, Instructables user blueboxes has created a step-by-step guide for building your very own mini light cube, a wood and acrylic cube that glows along all the seams between the smaller cubes.

Make Your Own Smoking Rocket Incense Burner

Make Your Own Smoking Rocket Incense Burner
Incense: if I burn enough of it at once it helps hide the fact that I haven’t taken the trash out in a while. And what cooler way to burn incense than inside a rocketship? Instructables user nomadecraftsanddreams created these detailed instructions for how to construct your very own leather rocket backflow incense burner.

DIY Wooden Security Camera Birdhouse: Big Bird Is Watching

DIY Wooden Security Camera Birdhouse: Big Bird Is Watching
Cleverly shaped like the sort of closed-circuit surveillance camera you might see on the side of a building, Instructables user JoopB1 has outlined step-by-step instructions for how to build your own fake security camera birdhouse out of scrap wood (in this case leftover 12mm plywood, but the dimensions can be adjusted for almost any thickness plywood).

How To Make Your Own Giant Dripping Cheese Pizza Slice Table

How To Make Your Own Giant Dripping Cheese Pizza Slice Table
Pizza: like never getting out of bed before noon, it’s a way of life. And what better way to celebrate that way of life than constructing your own giant dripping cheese pizza slice table and then eating pizza on it?!

3D Printer Hacked Into Sandwich Making Robot

3D Printer Hacked Into Sandwich Making Robot
Sandwiches: what would I do without them? Probably starve, or at least go hungry for lunch. Well, now mechanical engineer Yuto Kuroki of Meiji University in Tokyo has made the entire sandwich-making process easier, thanks to a 3D printer that’s been modded into a 3-axis robotic manipulator.

Make Your Own Light-Up D20 with 2,400 LEDs

Make Your Own Light-Up D20 with 2,400 LEDs
The brainchild of maker Greg Daville, this is an LED icosahedron crafted using a total of 2,400 LEDs, all placed individually by hand. Wow! I’m not sure if I would have had the patience for that, but I definitely don’t have the know-how to build an LED D20.

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