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Adam Flaherty

Adam Flaherty

I make cool stuff and write about other people making cool stuff on makezine.com. If you have something you think I should see, send me a tip.

Latest from Adam Flaherty

whirlwind_horn

We’ve seen papercraft passive amplifiers before, but the Whirlwind from instructables member urant folds away flat so you can stick it into your pocket. [via Life Hacker] Read more »

gbc_action

We've covered akiyuky's GBC work before. Here's a recently posted video of a 17 module GBC running 500 balls over a 31m path that took over 600 hours to complete. Make sure you've got the seven minutes or so to watch this video, because it is mesmerizing. Read more »

audio_pail

If you're looking for a nice portable speaker for your iPhone or iPod Touch and are into the retro look of an old lunch box, then you'll dig AudioPail, a portable speaker solution from Eureka Springs, Arkansas maker Brian Wood. Read more »

iturntable

These days there are plenty of tactile input options for the digital DJ that try to recreate the traditional UI. Most of these are newer devices are vestigial rotary encoders tacked onto purpose-built decks. If you're not a DJ, but would like to recreate the tactile experience of an old... Read more »

vanderbilt_biohybrid

A group from Vanderbilt University, lead by Professor David Cliffel, claims that a protein found in spinach, called PS1, when combined with silicon found in solar panels to form a biohybrid cell, end up being 2.5 times more efficient then cells lacking the protein. Read more »

iridis-pi_1

Named after the University of Southampton's Iridis super computer, Professor Simon Cox's Iridis-Pi is a supercomputing cluster consisting of 64 Raspberry Pi single board computers enclosed in a modular LEGO rack enclosure. Read more »

mechanical-hand-by-ivan-owen

Whether you're creating a costume for the next convention or gearing up for Halloween a little early, you'll dig Etsy seller Ivan Owen's mechanical hand extensions. Covered in fur or left bare, Owen's prosthesis are suitable for werewolfs to steampunk robots and everything in between. Read more »

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