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Use some LEDs to upgrade a $10 Ikea side table into a centerpiece that bumps and jives to the beat of your tunes. Get your freq on!
This light-duty floating shelf hangs mysteriously with no visible support.
Fun & Games
Based on a classic cereal box toy, this fun "spudmarine" uses a potato and baking powder to make a sub that dives and resurfaces in a pitcher of water.
This is one crossbow that is inexpensive to make and powerful to boot! You'll be shooting targets across the room in no time.
Noisy workshops can be a lot of fun! But maybe your family and neighbors would appreciate it if you used some noise insulation panels.
Turn an old headlamp into a power assist for your eyebrows. Use an infrared remote control to raise, lower, waggle, and adjust.
Launch your marshmallows into the air with this stomp-powered PVC pipe cannon.
This tin foil instrument can control a 555 timer and add interesting audio effects based on the principle of capacitance.
Mummify a banana to make sure that you will have a snack waiting for you in the afterlife. This project is Pharaoh approved.
Build a convenient folding table that's there when you need it and gone when you don’t.
Create custom tiddlywinks using your own unique design and polystyrene film.
Picnics, tailgate parties, and other outdoor gatherings are great, but a little friendly competition makes things more interesting.
Food & Bevera...
Ditch the dairy and use this velvety-smooth secret ingredient in your next latte.
A tasty pineapple snack provides the raw materials to build your own wobbling robot toy. This little guy will shake and vibrate simply by turning its head.
Using the open source software OpenHAB, we’ll be building a Raspberry Pi touchscreen command center that can interface with over 150 different “smart home” products, and provide an interface for contro...
For an easy welding project, weld two salt shakers to make a sleek hourglass.
Constant drops and outages with your broadband connection can drive you to frustration, but you can use the Raspberry Pi, and a little bit of command line scripting to monitor it.
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