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DIY Tardis Looks Bigger On The Inside

12/26/2012, If you are a huge fan of the sci-fi Doctor Who series, then you will be well pleased to hear that a fan based in the US has come up with a model of the Tardis which was specially designed to look bigger on its inside compared to the outside. Greg Kumparak...

BeetBox Makes Music Out Of Your Vegetables

12/20/2012, Mom always asked us not to play with our food, but perhaps she did not have the insight to peer into the future where one particular Scott Garner, on a whiff of inspiration, has come up with this rather ingenious piece of work – the BeetBox, a...

Raspberry Pi-To-Go DIY Laptop

12/20/2012, The Raspberry Pi, a piece of silicon wizardry that costs all of just $35, has proven itself to be quite the catalyst in kicking off DIY projects. Having said that, this is one interesting Raspberry Pi project that would definitely make you wish you had...

DIY Silent Computer Is Loved By Librarians

12/18/2012, There is nothing quite like the sound of silence whenever you need some time for yourself, and the noisy world should be kept at bay. Going to a library would definitely help, but sometimes, the whirring of the unserviced ceiling fans as well as footsteps...

DIY Laptop By Bunnie Huang

12/17/2012, Here is a laptop that you might want to consider getting if you are one who loves Do It Yourself projects, and thanks to a rather famous hardware hacker, Bunnie Huang, this is exactly what he had in mind – by constructing an open hardware laptop....

Raspberry Pi Makes For A Decent Baby Monitor

12/06/2012, Parents, especially new ones, are always more than ready to rush to the aid of their younglings (yes, I watch too much Star Wars) the moment they start to kick up a fuss, and this is where baby monitors come in handy so that you can have a grip on the...

Super Guitar Licks Rock Star Jacket Lights Up Any Concert

11/28/2012, A rock concert is nothing if there are no crazy costumes, loud music, a banging performance and fantastic tunes and riffs, although you are always more than welcome to leave out the bat biting finale. Well, the only way you can get away from wearing...

DIY Gundam From Electrical Plugs

11/26/2012, Now here is an interesting idea – how about churning out your very own Gundams using a collection of electrical plugs? After all, we do know that the average person who sits in front of the computer must at least handle an electrical plug at least...

Teen Builds Battery To Power Home

11/22/2012, Here we are with a future Tony Stark in the making – 15-year-old Kelvin Doe, who lives in Sierra Leone with his parents, must have had enough of an erratic electricity power supply, and decided that instead of complaining or whining about the...

R2-D2 Vespa

11/20/2012, If you are a huge Star Wars fan, then you would definitely love what fifth grade teacher Morgan has done to his Vespa scooter – by slapping it with Star Wars decals on the vintage luggage case, in addition to decking out the entire old school...

Macintosh Portable Runs On OS X

11/19/2012, You know what they say about us humans – we are a truly creative tour de force on this side of the galaxy, and when passion and genius meets, we normally end up with something out of the ordinary. Case in point, a nostalgic modder decided that...

Skittles Sorting Machine helps you eat only a particular color

11/05/2012, Don’t you sometimes wish that candy stores could sell Skittles in just one color just like jelly beans, instead of having a myriad of colors to choose from in a single packet? I guess there is always unity in diversity, but then again, some folks prefer...

LapPi project sees Raspberry Pi as a laptop

11/02/2012, The Raspberry Pi is one hot piece of commodity when it was first introduced and shipped earlier this year, allowing hobbyists to take advantage of its relatively low, low price to come up with projects of their own. We are willing to venture out and say...

Myst Book is a thing of wonder

11/01/2012, Have you ever played Myst on the computer back in the day? For those who did, I am quite sure that you were enthralled by the new term coined in the IT world known as “multimedia”, and it is nice to see nostalgia being fleshed out in the form of an...