bring a creeper to life with your own bot
Hack a click pen to make a mini pinball game.
In two easy steps, you can use these free downloadable stencils to decorate your windows for the winter holidays.
Wow your friends with this simple to pull trick. Using the first law of thermodynamics, make it seem like you can magically defy gravity.
Jay Silver’s 2008 Drawdio combines a simple 555 timer circuit with a pencil to make squeals, beeps, and other musical tones.
These string racers climb up strings by using friction and alternating tension/slack. Make two and race to the top!
Use JJ Robots' kit and your Android phone to build an air hockey partner who's always game.
Whizz it around your head and hear it roar!
Pull the string to see Makey dance and do jumping jacks!
Laser cut this slot-together raceway and for a fun, gravity-powered racing game.
Put the world’s most obnoxious yard tool to batter use!
This Trick-or-Treater Tracker can look right through your front door, track the costumed kids approaching your home, and then automatically accost them with different scary sounds and customized messages.
Give your jack o'lantern the ability to express a multitude of emotions by bringing it to life as a zoetrope animation!
A ghost with glowing eyes hovers in the window. Watching. Always watching.
From science classrooms to high end restaurants and now to your kitchen, cooking with liquid nitrogen is becoming more common.
Ghostly hands lift the lid of the box... or maybe it's just pneumatics. Learn how to hack a box that opens on its own using syringes, tubing, and duct tape.
Your kiddo is never too young to start appreciating the joys of electronic music, so here's a child-friendly sequencer with lights and sounds.
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