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Crazed tabletop gamer Helge, who runs the blog Wargaming Workshop, has built the ultimate wargaming room. The spacious, carpeted, and well-lit room is big enough to house a 4′ x 8′ terrain board and up to six players. The room also features a dedicated painting station and dedicated terrain making... Read more »

Su Daocheng’s gas-powered robotic horse was built upon a Go Kart motor, which powers four spring-loaded legs.

  Inventors come up with some unusual creations to help better their worlds and Su Daocheng of China’s Hubei Province is certainly one of them. The inventor designed the robotic horse to replace the real thing for plowing fields, which was inspired by military strategist Zhuge Liang’s ‘wooden ox and... Read more »

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Whether you called it a fort or treehouse I think most of us can remember a time when you simply wanted a place of your own. Maybe it was something to escape the stresses of elementary school or maybe a place high in a tree for launching of water balloons... Read more »

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In this project, I am going to show you how to make a tripod mount for your small solar panels. Read more »

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Think your handwriting is pretty neat? Well here’s your chance to share it with the world by turning it into a font, and it gets better, it’s free to do thanks to the good people at MyScriptFont.com The process is quite simple, though you will need access to a printer... Read more »

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From screwing roller skate wheels onto wooden boards, to repurposing dried-out swimming pools, to building backyard half-pipes, skateboarding has a rich history of DIY projects that have pushed the sport to new heights. Now, a video directed by the Zenga Bros celebrates that homemade history by featuring a series of... Read more »

Happy Birthday

The remarkable story that is Raspberry PI completed its third year with a celebration at Cambridge University’s William Gates Computer Science Laboratory in the UK. The two-day 3rd Birthday of Raspberry Pi drew about 1400 people, many of them families with children moving among workshops, talks, demos and a marketplace... Read more »