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Tag: Evil Mad Science

WaterColorBot 2.0: Robo-painter

WaterColorBot 2.0: Robo-painter
Hey, even I can be Van Gogh with this crazy contraption and I have zero artistic talent. Basically, the WaterColorBot is a robotic painter that gets it’s input from vector artwork on a computer. It can also will copy real-time sketching, transferring the design to paper with its brush arm and a set of watercolor paints.

555 Timer Chip Footstool: IC Your Feet on It

555 Timer Chip Footstool: IC Your Feet on It
I really love the guys over at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. First off, they’ve got a great name. Second, they’re always coming up with fun and frivolous geek projects like this handy footstool – in the shape of the classic 555 timer chip.
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IMac Cylon: Battlestar Applactica

IMac Cylon: Battlestar Applactica
Got an old Luxo Jr. style iMac? Sure, it might be obsolete, but you surely can do something with it besides putting it out in the alley for recycling. Instead, why not do like this guy did, and turn it into a handy Cylon helmet.

Drink Making Robot Cranks Out White Russians

Drink Making Robot Cranks Out White Russians
This officially wins the Chindōgu award of the week. Seems our friends over at Evil Mad Scientist Labs are at it yet again. Hot on the heels of those delicious Asteroids cookies, they’re back – this time with a robot that makes cocktails.

Asteroid Cookies: Hyperspace Into My Stomach, Please

Asteroid Cookies: Hyperspace Into My Stomach, Please
I can’t think of a more delicious way to spend an afternoon in the kitchen than making a batch of these most excellent Asteroids cookies. The guys at Evil Mad Scientist Labs have managed to faithfully reproduce almost every component of the arcade original in yummy cookie form, including tiny spaceships, asteroids of all sizes, a flying saucer, and even little bullets from your ship.

Tabletop Pong: More Fun to Build Than to Play

Tabletop Pong: More Fun to Build Than to Play
The Evil Mad Scientists are at it again, flexing their brains and soldering stuff in their lab-or-a-to-ry. Their latest creation still does not make them evil or mad, just creative, resourceful and geeky. They’re trying to make a real world version of one of the oldest video games, PONG.

Bulbdial Clock: Sundial 2.0

Bulbdial Clock: Sundial 2.0
The evil & mad scientists at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories built upon the idea of a certain David Friedman for a digital sundial. A normal sundial relies on the sun and only displays the hour. The Bulbdial clock is lit up by three layers or rings of LEDs that cause the gnomon (the object in the center of the clock that casts the shadow) to have three shadows.

Apple-Apple Pie: Eat Different.

Apple-Apple Pie: Eat Different.
Full disclosure: apple pie is one of my personal favorites–for holiday time, or really, any time, so as a Mac-head, I think I can say with some conviction that I may have never seen anything as beautiful as this Apple apple pie.

LED Menorahs: is It Too Early for a Hanukkah Post?

LED Menorahs: is It Too Early for a Hanukkah Post?
I know, we’re more than a month away from Hanukkah, but when I saw these awesomely geeky LED Menorah kits today, I just had to give them a mention. Heck, if it were the middle of April, I’d probably still write about them.

Meggy Jr Rgb Handheld: Build Your Own Pixel Games

Meggy Jr Rgb Handheld: Build Your Own Pixel Games
Want to build your own games, but don’t have the artistic talent to build complex game graphics? This new kit lets you create games using a simple LED dot-matrix display. With a colorful 8×8 RGB LED display, the Meggy Jr RGB handheld platform gives you everything you need to create your own mini-games or pixel art displays.
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