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Use an old chunk of crayon to create a batch of waterproof matches for camping. Read more »


This mini chalkboard is the perfect size to carry and scribble notes as needed. Make this in an afternoon and decorate however you'd like. Read more »


Kevin McGloughlin uses time-lapse and 3D imaging techniques as well as Photoshop to create this trippy video homage for his dad. Read more »


Troy Powers builds laser lightsabers from dismantled digital projectors, DVD burners, and even medical devices. Read more »


This new glow in the dark filament will have your 3D prints looking phosphorescent. Read more »


These interactive displays use sand to allow you to scoop, smash, and splatter structures that are then analyzed by a Kinect and projected as a topographical map. Read more »


When learning a new skill, like woodworking, it’s always nice if those first few projects produce practical, everyday things that become part of your daily life. Seeing them, using them, taking pride in them, inspires you to delve deeper into the skill and its greater rewards. Here’s a basic woodworking... Read more »