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A boom stick is the perfect jump scare delivery system.
Learn about the physics of air movement with a vortex cannon that blows smoke rings when you thump it.
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This year for Halloween my son wanted to be a wizard. To go with his costume, I made him a flashlight wand that's turned on with a magnetic reed switch.
With some simple programming and a few basic parts, you can rig up a candy vending machine that slides sweets toward you at the push of a button.
Trick-or-treaters are bound to get a thrill when you make this choreographed music and light display that plays each time your gate is opened.
Design and sew your very own set of poi for dancing, spinning, and twirling.
This animatronic skull is a perfect Halloween project. It detects when you approach and responds with sound, movement, and animated LED eyes.
Learn how to create a simple custom model for a coin or gaming token in OpenSCAD.
Let's add a new weapon to your water fight arsenal and build a pneumatic water balloon cannon. This is an easy project to put together. For about $20 and 20 minutes of time you can return fire across the street, down the street, or even to ...
Confetti cannons are great, but sometimes you want to set them off remotely. Here's how to make one that can be triggered wirelessly with a remote control.
Follow these steps to turn a foam plate into a soaring falcon!
This simple circuit switches an LED on when the lights go out with just five parts — a battery, phototransistor, resistor, LED, and transistor.
Learn how a team of students created the first Google Android-based autonomous R/C car, able to detect lanes, avoid obstacles, self-park, and more.
Hide treats for your pet in these DIY wooden, interactive puzzles designed for your furry creature and powered by a Sphero R/C toy.
Solar powered toy ornaments are pretty cute, so we decided to repurpose the electronics inside to help Makey the Robot swing perpetually in the sunlight.
Many of us enjoyed a simple pair of stilts in our youth, but why stop there?
A kid's homework table lifts up to reveal a NASA-inspired mission control center. Follow along for help in building your own.
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