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Build the “PinSim” cabinet controller and play VR pinball with real flipper buttons and an accelerometer-based nudge system!
Build a carnival-midway strength tester game using strain gauges and a comparator chip
Build a (pretend) bedtime scanner to repel creepy critters — so easy a kid can operate it.
Use moldable plastic to create great new practical jokes!
Craft & Desig...
Use the new Pi 3 to make a touchscreen photo booth that instantly uploads to Google Photos!
Use a servo to flick a light switch mechanically — without ever touching 110V power — with this Wi-Fi “Turner Onner”
Oh! I just realized something... they're call spy "bugs" because they're the size of bugs. This FM transmitter is the size of a lady bug, specifically.
Drones & Vehi...
Turn your compressed air rocket launcher into the perfect lift-off for a glider. Perfect for testing out different wing and tail configurations.
If your google calendar reminders aren't enough to get you to your meetings on times, then maybe flashing lights will.
High speed photography is great for capturing the moment when two water droplets collide and make incredibly beautiful fluid impacts.
You can 3D Print directly onto fabrics for cool effects. You can do it too with this super simple project.
Learn how to add clever logos that pop out into the third dimension, because yes, you CAN 3D print directly onto your t-shirts.
Don't let limited arm mobility stop you from rocking out. Build a custom trigger pad with an ergonomic design made just for you.
You can make custom light-up shapes with some scissors and an electroluminescent panel. Put a pin on the back for a flashy new accessory.
Here's an easy loudspeaker project. Build the moving-coil, direct-radiation transducer that has rocked our world for 90 years.
You can disable a drone in the air with a Wi-Fi antenna made from a can and a little clever coding. After all, a drone is basically a flying computer.
An IV Swinger can be used to track the efficiency of solar panels. Learn how one maker made his own.
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