Jeremy Cook

Jeremy Cook

Jeremy is an engineer with 10 years experience at his full-time profession, and has a BSME from Clemson University. Outside of work he’s an avid maker and experimenter, building anything that comes into his mind!

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Freeze Succa!

If you would like an instant photograph, but would like it to be “extra low-res,” check out this Game Boy-based instant camera that artist Dmitry Morozov came up with. One note when using it, your subject should definitely be asked before being photographed, as it’s in the form of …... Read more »

Many of us have tried to plant a garden in one form or another. A good percentage of those people — including myself at times — end up killing their plants due to over or under-watering. Civil engineer Grady Hillhouse, however, decided to take complete control of his garden with... Read more »


A Cookie Monster would, of course, never refuse an undecorated cookie. According to this Instructables article, however, sometimes Cookie Monster “gets bored of looking at the same old cookies.” I didn’t think he really looks at them much, but I digress… After brainstorming, creators Arvid Jense and Marie Caye decided... Read more »

Media center PCs are usually something that you try to hide inside an entertainment center, or possibly behind a subwoofer. If you’d rather display your HTPC proudly as a work of retro futuristic art, look no further than this 40s-era radio converted into a Raspberry Pi media center. This project... Read more »


John Fin got a robot arm kit for Christmas, and disappointed in the quality, decided to build his own. He then “got carried away and built an entire voice controlled robot instead.” We all get inspired to build things after realizing that what is available isn’t quite what is needed. This,... Read more »

Enigma machines were extremely interesting coding machines used by Germany during World War II. As digital logic was still in its infancy, these machines used rotors configured in a certain pattern to decode the gibberish sent from military commanders to units in the field. Although mechanical marvels, they came nowhere... Read more »


At some point someone got the idea to put a taxidermied animal on a remote control (RC) body. Here’s a few examples of this type of animal-machine hybrid. I’m not sure I would want my pet immortalized like this, but to each his own I suppose… Beloved Cat Turned into a... Read more »