Introduction: H@CK Your T-Shirt!

YES! FINALLY! A REAL T-Shirt - H4CKZ0R style!

Slap on your motherboard, upgrade the RAM, throw a few random doo-dads on, and you're good to go to the geek convention! ;-)

Step 1: Materials!

Materials:
  • A t-shirt
  • A needle and thread
  • A motherboard (I salvaged mine from an old PC)
  • Random internal PC parts (optional; salvaged)

Tools
  • A drill & 1/16 drill bit
  • Scissors
  • Permanent marker (optional)

Step 2: Mr. DRILL!

Time to get out our friend, MR. DRILL!!!

Using the drill and a 1/16 drill bit, drill holes in the motherboard. I drilled mine roughly an inch apart, about 3 cm. Make sure to avoid anything that could be in your path of destruction; either weave around or adapt to any obstacles somehow ;]

Step 3: Sew!

Sew what??

*sigh*... sorry...

Sew the motherboard to your shirt. That's what the holes are for, not just some random reason.

This is a bit trickier than it sounds, though. You'll need to make sure you don't sew the shirt together! Also, it's a bit tricky keeping the motherboard and shirt all aligned. I found this out the hard way, I had to go back and re-do a section! Fortunately, I realized it pretty quickly and did not have to much work to make up for it.

Step 4: H@CK Time!

YAY!!!


Now it's time to add random PC parts! All I did was throw on a few random parts and some IDE cables, but you can go all out and throw in the whole thing, complete with HDD and a monitor! Just make sure to boot the T-Shirt edition of Linux ;]

And who says you can't hack the aesthetics of your new geek-wear?? Go crazy with that marker, d00d! Write, draw, whatever - just make itUBER FLIPPIN' PWN-ALICIOUS!!!

With that all said, go out there and do this, d00d!!!

Good luck and have fun!(And vote for me if you liked it!)
-Labot

Comments

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missunni (author)2010-08-07

cool o: but how wud u wear it? wouldnt it be heavyy?

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octopuscabbage (author)2010-07-26

You should write a program on the shirt that displays a picture of the shirt. and how do you sit in this thing???

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ktalex (author)2009-09-08

if you wear this shirt to an airport they give u a free ride to a police station.

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wibrle (author)2009-08-25

Doesn't computer parts have lead and parts that contain mercury? That could be very bad for the wearer of this shirt o_O

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Plasmana (author)2009-06-14

Can you go to the airport with it on without people thinking it is an electronic bomb? xD

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computer_guy (author)2009-04-13

thanks for the Idea! Built in laptop for cold weather!

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Patrik (author)2008-03-28

Wash separately - do not tumble dry...

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Derin (author)Patrik2008-06-27

do not machine wash-30oC optimal temperature-do not dunk in water-do not tumble dry-do not iron

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w00ty32 (author)Patrik2008-03-29

ahh, that would tear up your other clothes real good.

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2001warrior (author)Patrik2008-03-28

Agreed indefinitely.

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GorillazMiko (author)2008-06-21

Ironing it doesn't work.

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sensoryhouse (author)2008-04-04

don't wear that shirt to an airport

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duck-lemon (author)2008-03-28

danerd11 did this exactly.danerd11 one

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Labot2001 (author)duck-lemon2008-03-29

Oh! I hadn't realized that! Do you think I should link to his?

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duck-lemon (author)Labot20012008-03-29

If you think it is necesary. Ask danerd yourself if you want.

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randofo (author)2008-03-28

I hope you don't live in Boston.

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Labot2001 (author)randofo2008-03-29

LOL

Oh, you're apt to get some weird looks if you go walking around wearing this as it is, but in Boston...

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lol.

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2001warrior (author)randofo2008-03-28

Why's that?

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Catling (author)2008-03-28

This is adorable. Nicely done!

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Labot2001 (author)Catling2008-03-28

Thanks! I love your safety pin wings, BTW ;]

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I think everyone does.

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Haha, I'll bet =]

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iman (author)2008-03-28

just don't sit down :)

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gamer (author)2008-03-28

you would win for sure if you could make it into a working computer!! very nice project, just missing a screen :P. i only wish i was geeky enough :(.

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dsman195276 (author)2008-03-28

yes!!! you have my vote!! i think that this is the only this the qualiflys, consitering that this is the only way to actuly "hack" you shirt.

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Labot2001 (author)dsman1952762008-03-28

Thanks! That was the idea ;]

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dsman195276 (author)Labot20012008-03-28

no prob! now could you hack my libary(image libary that is)?

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LinuxH4x0r (author)2008-03-28

Ooooh! attach a working laptop to your shirt! I love it! +1

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