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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!

Latest from Jeremy Cook

The collection of components that you see above is actually a clock, masterfully constructed by Gislain Benoit, who has been working with electronics for as long as he can remember. According to the description, this clock not only displays the time, but all of the components you would see in... Read more »

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Rocksmith, if you haven’t heard of it, is a video game that helps you learn to play the guitar, or bass guitar in “GearWalker’s” case. Think Guitar Hero, except with an actual guitar. Although this is quite an interesting concept (and in some ways makes more sense than ‘Hero), it requires... Read more »

  If you’re a fan of coffee tables, geography, and stuff that glows, you’ll love this table by Chris Finklea. It features a beautiful finish, and is assembled using CNC-cut hexagons with a map of the world cut into them. To fill in the land masses, Chris decided to fill... Read more »

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Flipping a coin may be easy for most of us, but if you really thing about it, balancing a coin on the end of your thumb and then flicking isn’t actually that easy. Peter Brown has been playing board games with his daughter, who isn’t yet skilled at this act... Read more »

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  Geeks sometimes fall for someone, and if things go well, we’re able to convince the other person to feel the same way. According to Sefi, he “used to build things all the time to impress her [Tania], until it worked.” After it worked, there was one more giant hack... Read more »

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  If you’ve been to any historical monuments or large parks, you’ve probably seen a large bronze statue of a famous person, or perhaps of animals. Admittedly, I’ve never questioned how these figures were made, but there is a huge amount of work that goes into it, especially before the... Read more »

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Christmas has come and gone, and you’ve probably (hopefully) packed up the ornaments and stored them for next year. If, however, you’d like to “celebrate” the really cold weather we’ve been having in much of the United States, you could use these instructions to make icicle ornaments out of a... Read more »

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