Halloween: Reveal Your Cardboard Superhero/Sci-fi Hero

In my last blog post I went into detail about accessorizing Halloween costumes with homemade cardboard swords. Now, there is the main question left unanswered…what to do about the costume itself? The answer lies in the same material I’ve been happily preaching about since starting this blog – sweet, sweet... Read more »

Weekend Projects – Talking Booby Trap

Complete instructions for this Weekend Projects can be found at: http://makeprojects.com/Project/Talking-Booby-Trap/1944/1 Having trouble with people snatching your top-secret stuff? Need help getting some privacy? Here's a sneaky gizmo you can make to keep those snoops away. It's the Talking Booby Trap: record your personalized message or sound effect, then hide... Read more »

Make: Volume 30 Promo

The 30th Volume of Make: Magazine is on newsstands now. Make: makes you want to make things, and this issue is no exception. Learn how to build things that fly, things that sizzle, and even things that talk. Read more »

Make a Tuning Fork – ReMaking History

Bill Gurstelle shows you how to make a tuning fork from a piece of aluminum in this video complementing his column in MAKE Volume 29. https://makezine.com/29 Subscribers can read Bill's article here: http://www.make-digital.com/make/vol29/?pg=174&pm=2&u1=friend Read more »

MAKE Volume 29: DIY Superhuman

We have the technology (to quote The Six Million Dollar Man), but commercial tools for exploring, assisting, and augmenting our bodies really can approach a price tag of $6 million. Medical and assistive tech manufacturers must pay not just for R&D, but for expensive clinical trials, regulatory compliance, and liability... Read more »

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