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DIY paintball turret

08/03/2009, Itching to get your hands dirty this weekend, but are too lazy to mow the lawn just as the missus asked? The DIY paintball turret ought to get your attention, as it will definitely be the king of the hill in any paintball competition, mowing down all and...

Netbook mounted on a bike

08/03/2009, This isn’t such a brilliant idea after all – mounting your netbook onto the handlebars of a bicycle. Well, you definitely won’t want to park your bike and leave it unattended even for a minute unless you don’t mind losing a...

DIY Eee Keyboard

07/31/2009, A Russian hacker decided that he can’t wait for the real Eee Keyboard to arrive, so he decided to literally take things into his own hands by stuffing in the innards of an Eee PC 900 right into a Sven Multimedia EL 4002 keyboard. It will not come...

Coconut husk headphones

07/30/2009, Love to go organic? You can’t get more so than this pair of headphones which have been reconditioned to be fitted with coconut husks on the outside. Maker Iwan Roberts clearly had more than some spare time on his hands to come up with something zany...

IntoGrafx DIY project offers portable gaming

07/30/2009, Traditionally, Nintendo has been king when it comes to portable gaming, sweeping aside all who came before it. Right now, its closest competitor would be the Sony PSP. Well, it now has some semblance of retro competition with a handheld console that plays...

Digital Ratchet Monkey Wrench

07/28/2009, Are you a hardware freak and would love to have something else the Joneses don’t? Perhaps the Digital Ratchet Monkey Wrench will tickle your fancy, especially when you work with automobiles, motorcycles, as well as anything else mechanical. The...

Fishing Net calls when filled to the brim

07/28/2009, Pascal Katana certainly lives up to his namesake as a brilliant person as he has come up with a new electronic device that further automates fishing. Basically, this 4th year student at the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering at the...

Netbook battery hacked

07/28/2009, Just when you thought that netbook batteries couldn’t really hack it when it comes to juicing devices for long periods of time, along comes Prusadjs.CJ who managed to use a MSI Wind battery, turning it into something else that can juice up your...

Tweetster DIY Project

07/27/2009, David Nichols is a huge fan of Twitter and DIY, hence coming up with the Tweetster. What’s the Tweetster? Well, it comprises of an Asus Wireless Router WL-520-GU-based Twitter client, complete with OpenWRT that runs Python off of a USB flash drive....

MIDI-Enabled Sneakers

07/27/2009, Who would’ve thought that a smelly pair of old sneakers could actually be turned into something useful like this MIDI-enabled speakers? Creator Tom of Hobgob Electronics, has this to say about his project. “I thought you guys might like to...

Workbench NES System

07/24/2009, Many of us who are adults would most probably have a favorite NES memory back in the days where all one did was to count down the number of days there were left for school before the summer break arrived, where everyone could congregate at a...

Safe Cracker Looks Mischevious

07/24/2009, Forget about going to the school of hard knocks to learn how to crack safes – Carlos discovered a way by creating his very of robot known as the Safe Cracker (how obvious), using parts from a Pololu Micro Serial Servo Controller that is stashed...

DIY Long Distance Wireless Shutter Trigger

07/20/2009, Sometimes if you want something done, you’ve just gotta do it yourself without waiting for your mates or huge corporations to move first. Nature photographer and maker Marco Jetti has longed for a device which enables his to capture images of...

Touchscreen Arrives On GBA

07/17/2009, The GBA might be dead in Nintendo’s books, but that doesn’t mean some enterprising DIY enthusiast can’t have his 15 minutes’ of fame with a touchscreen mod for this hugely successful portable handheld, made possible through an...