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Mechanical Memory Key

06/07/2009, Talk about one-of-a-kind – that’s exactly what the Mechanical Memory Key is, where it took around a dozen hours to complete by UK artist Rob Smith. The case itself is made out of wood, while within the enclosed space are parts from six other...

NESpod An Amazing Mod

06/04/2009, Since summer is here and you might have some spare time on your hands, why not check out this DIY project that will definitely get passionate fanboys on either side all worked up? What you see here is an amalgamation of the classic NES controller along...

Ferrari Toy Model Holds Atom Processor

06/03/2009, It can’t get any weirder than this – after seeing an actual Atom-powered machine crammed inside a vase, here we are with an Intel Atom processor alongside the relevant computing parts, including an optical drive, crammed into the chassis of a...

NES Embedded Into Sneaker

06/02/2009, Talk about a stinky console – the NES has been integrated into a Nike Air sneaker. Don’t expect Nintendo executives to laugh at this, as this is nothing more than a one-off modification. After all, having this sit in your living room would...

USB Squid Cute As All Get Out

06/02/2009, Now this is one USB flash drive that we would like to see more of – the USB Squid that was hand fashioned out of wool, featuring not an ink tank underneath those tentacles, but a USB connector for you to plug into any available USB port to...

Big Mess Of Wires

05/28/2009, Fancy building your own computer? Some others who have the knack for it decided to turn that dream into reality, where Steve Chamberlin took around 18 months to complete his own homebrew CPU known as Big Mess of Wires (BMOW). All in all, it took him...

Nixie Clock With GPS

05/28/2009, Nixie clocks are cool, but this one takes the cake despite sporting 60s-era Eastern European IN-14 time-telling tubes as it features a serial GPS receiver to make sure that the accuracy of time is immaculately kept to the dot. Other features include...

Xbox 360 Gamepad Resembles SNES Traits

05/28/2009, At first glance, this looks like a bastard child of an arcade box and a SNES, but in reality it is a custom Xbox 360 gamepad that was specially created to cater to those who love fighting games, especially fans of Street Fighter IV who find that having...

iTab MacBook Project

05/26/2009, Touchscreen MacBook projects won’t surprise anyone these days, so it is time to raise the ante with the iTab active-digitizer MacBook which requires you to meld both a Wacom Intuos tablet and a first generation MacBook that plods along at 1.83GHz....

DIY Motion Activated Alarm

05/26/2009, [John] used some of his spare time to work on a motion-activated alarm that will definitely appeal to those who grew up on a steady diet of Super Mario Bros. – after all, the Mario Bros. theme will play with some flashing lights accompanying it...

Cereal And Spoon USB Flash Drive

05/26/2009, We’ve covered gimmicky USB flash drives in the past (with the sushi ones being the most popular), so why not introduce something with a little more Western in terms of taste and design? Enter the Cereal and Spoon USB flash drive that plugs nicely...

DIY Katamari Controller

05/25/2009, Katamari Damacy was a unique game by its own, and probably way ahead of its time that if it were to be released today, chances are it will come with a controller of its own. Well, here’s a DIY product of a Katamari controller that will definitely...

Laser Matrix Projector For iPhone

05/20/2009, The iPhone is no doubt one versatile communications device, and here is a DIY project that will make you love your fruity handset all the more. Known as the Laser Matrix projector, you will need the following before you begin :- 5×7 laser matrix 5...

DIY Helmet Cam

05/19/2009, We know that times are hard at the moment for most people around the globe, so it makes perfect sense to try to save money wherever we can by cobbling together our own devices when possible, and the DIY Helmet Cam is one of them. It involves a pair of ski...