Remember that old Connect 4 game sitting in your basement/closet/chest/Batcave? You’ve always wanted to upcycle that into a functioning binary clock utilizing the awesome powers of an Arduino, haven’t you? Of course you have! Well, you’re in the right place! This is a great weekend project that will provide you with a binary clock that […]Continue Reading
This toy car, made from LEGOs, is powered by a blown-up balloon and uses the principle of rocket propulsion.Continue Reading
Our sacrilegious illusion converts water into flowing red wine.Continue Reading
A momentary contact Single Pole Single Throw (S.P.S.T.)
switch that is based on a Popsicle Stick. It is easy to build and the builder learns how a switch works.
The goal of this project is to build a vibrating bracelet that alerts the wearer to incoming calls on an iPhone 4S. This device was originally created for a blind and partially hearing-impaired client who could not hear or see her phone ringing and wanted an inconspicuous and wearable device that physically alerted her of […]Continue Reading
I used the time it took to get both my internet and my computer fixed to create my largest project so far.Continue Reading
The Kinect is a peripheral for the Xbox 360 console that allows a user to interact with the Xbox 360 without touching a controller. A general description of the Kinect is that it is a depth camera. This means that you can place objects in front of it, and it will compute the distance from […]Continue Reading