Instructables: exploring - technology - gadgets - electronics Wed, 29 Jul 2015 11:14:09 PDT BLOX v1.01 Scrap Taser
Scrap Taser - More DIY How To Projects]]> colelabonne This is a functional taser made from nothing more than salvaged parts from a few common household items.You will need the following items:-Something with a large capacitor (disposable camera or an old PC power supply)-A power supply of twelve volts DC or more (any old wall adapter that says "twelve ...
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Tue, 21 Jul 2015 12:07:53 PDT
Jack Ass Bang
Jack Ass Bang - More DIY How To Projects]]> cquestinnov Have you ever wanted your own entrance music? Maybe you like to prank people. Well what if we told you that you can have the best of both worlds! This Instructables will help you in building your own Jack Ass Bang! The Flash-bang for well lack of better words a Jack-Ass. Disclaimer use this with ca...
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Fri, 15 May 2015 09:06:50 PDT
Building an Exoskeleton for the Google Science Fair
Building an Exoskeleton for the Google Science Fair - More DIY How To Projects]]> Pure Carbon I would like to share a project that I've been working on for the last few months. Its an Exoskeleton that uses artificial muscle to move instead of hydraulics or servos. In this Instructable I aim to explain my build process and talk about my project.The Google Science fair is a global science comp...
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Mon, 11 May 2015 21:36:38 PDT
How to make a Virtual Reality 3D Tracking headset for under 10$
How to make a Virtual Reality 3D Tracking headset for under 10$ - More DIY How To Projects]]> Arunabh Awasthi From the past 5 years, the increasingly popular Virtual reality devices like Oculus Rift, Google cardboard, Microsoft HoloLens, have currently dominated the consumer electronics sector to such extent that they much frequently grab a space in most tech magazines, blogs, websites,etc. With the collabo...
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Sat, 9 May 2015 04:02:24 PDT
Solar Activated Cooling Fan
Solar Activated Cooling Fan - More DIY How To Projects]]> jenfoxbot A quick & easy portable cooling fan that turns on when sunlight hits the solar panels! This basic design is perfect for beginners in electronics. For advanced users, there are tons of possible extensions to the basic module.The BrownDog gadgets 5W solar panel outputs 5V via USB. It can easily charge...
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Thu, 30 Apr 2015 02:37:23 PDT
Speech Interruptor/Jammer
Speech Interruptor/Jammer - More DIY How To Projects]]> Inducktion So, first off.This instructable was a LONG time coming. I had come up with this idea a while ago, after hearing about the details behind some basic "speech jamming" anomalies that occur when people use intercom systems. Basically, the intercom would introduce an ever so slight delay to the output of...
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Mon, 23 Mar 2015 19:04:05 PDT
GPS repair
GPS repair - More DIY How To Projects]]> goldenshuttle China made GPS sounds good for the price paid. A common problem is battery life. They use cheap battery which does not hold charge. Therefore it is annoying and cannot be used outside the car. The Cheap battery Opened the GPS and as expetced, a cheap no brand 3.7 Volt rechargeable battery. It can...
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Sun, 15 Feb 2015 11:30:50 PST
The Don't-Leave-Home-Without-It Machine
The Don't-Leave-Home-Without-It Machine - More DIY How To Projects]]> 60cyclehum Leave no one behind.Spectacles, phone, wallet, watch. Tablet, keys, pocket knife, camera. Multi-tool. USB cable and charger. Extra batteries. Outgoing mail. Coupons, tickets, medication, and makeup. Sunglasses. Contact lens case and solution. That video game you've been meaning to return. A book to ...
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Wed, 19 Nov 2014 16:03:00 PST
Gesture technique for all pc
Gesture technique for all pc - More DIY How To Projects]]> Yash19297 This Technique is very cool & user friendly you can convert any normal PC into gesture sensing PC, the main point is that on any type of computer we can use this technique for e.g Windows xp, Window vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 & all latest by the help of this technique u can control your PC at the ...
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Tue, 4 Nov 2014 21:58:02 PST
Portable Hot-Chocolate Maker
Portable Hot-Chocolate Maker - More DIY How To Projects]]> slokaz DescriptionThis little hot-chocolate maker will quickly prepare hot-chocolate in your car or at home. just add water and hot-chocolate mix and plug it in to your 12v to 110v car adapter and you hot-chocolate will be ready in 5 to 7 minutes.A while a go i thought that it would be really cool to be ab...
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Sun, 26 Oct 2014 07:26:44 PDT
DIY Wireless Charger + NFC Dock For Your Car
DIY Wireless Charger + NFC Dock For Your Car - More DIY How To Projects]]> projectsugru It's pretty amazing how much easier it is to use our smartphones as GPS these days! But anyone who does this regularly will know it really drains your battery, so you always need to keep it on charge when you're driving. This project will show you how to turn any in-car phone holder into a DIY wirel...
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Fri, 3 Oct 2014 07:13:51 PDT
The Ultimate Electric Man Device
The Ultimate Electric Man Device - More DIY How To Projects]]> MrSirLRD Hidden away in this not so flashy looking device are hours of fun and countless amazing experiments! I give you the Electric man! See videoThe electric man is a device that allows you to electrify yourself with (in the case of this device) around 60KV!It works by creating a High voltage potential (l...
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Sat, 27 Sep 2014 09:24:48 PDT
Don't Cut That SDR Antenna Cable
Don't Cut That SDR Antenna Cable - More DIY How To Projects]]> Mike63 So I decided to check out those cheap SDR dongles......But after a few hours of YouTube and several downloads later I learned that the antennas supplied with the dongles really are not that great, especially if you don't live in a city. Myself, I live many miles from any town and even more from the ...
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Sat, 14 Jun 2014 19:26:29 PDT
Portable Workspace
Portable Workspace - More DIY How To Projects]]> JorgeTristan Hi! This is my first instructable, I don't have pictures right from the start because I never thought about making an Instructable for it, and decided to do it when I had finished it. Nevertheless I'll try to explain everything. This is my take at doing a portable workspace using a PC Case. BTW...
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Sat, 19 Apr 2014 19:15:47 PDT
Modify a Toy Spy Camera For Other Applications
Modify a Toy Spy Camera For Other Applications - More DIY How To Projects]]> DIY Hacks and How Tos Being able to hack and modify random objects is an essential skill. Budget and time constraints often make it necessary to build a project using only the materials that you have at hand. Here is a simple example. Let's say that you are a spy and you need to get a video recording of the secret d...
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Mon, 14 Apr 2014 03:54:54 PDT
Sculpture Robot (Part 5 of 9): Making a Robotic Arm with Chainsaw & Sawzall Axe morganrauscher I have been building sculpture for over ten years and I have watched the evolution of machining technology go from CNC milling to 3D desktop object printing. These ‘making machines’ have formed a physical gap between my hands and the materials I sculpt, and I see this as a problem. As a contemporar...
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Fri, 17 Jan 2014 06:54:12 PST
DIY "Anything" Staples Easy Button (voice recording)
DIY "Anything" Staples Easy Button (voice recording) - More DIY How To Projects]]> dschurman The Staples "Easy" button is already a classic desktop item, but it'd be much more fun if it said whatever you want it to. I know that some people have already done hacks like this, but this is less expensive than many of them. Also, Staples recently changed the circuit board of their button, making...
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Thu, 26 Dec 2013 11:05:46 PST
raspberry pi arcade project
raspberry pi arcade project - More DIY How To Projects]]> yolomolo1999 hello their ''young'' follower,in this projects of mine I've will be telling you about one of my little inventions and in return i would like you to hit the vote button for me in the ''contents'' tab for more interesting projects and ideas. ''my life story''I've spent all my life doing project like...
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Sun, 22 Dec 2013 07:21:19 PST
Electronic Magnifier for Visually Impaired Mother or For Your Projects
Electronic Magnifier for Visually Impaired Mother or For Your Projects - More DIY How To Projects]]> benster My partners mother has a worsening eye condition (Fuchs corneal dystrophy) that makes reading hard  She's been trying to find a decent solution and has tried a number of things.  Her iPad does a great job for digital publications but simple things like reading the paper can be frustrating. In this ...
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Sat, 6 Jul 2013 09:46:23 PDT
Iron Man Mark 7 Portable Hand-mounted Auto-attatched Repulsor/Coilgun/Tazer 159753 Hello everyone in this  instructable i'll show you the process of hoe to make a repulsor out of a camera flash , some pulse switches , magnet wire and a couple of more things. While i was trying to do this i made 3 repulsor , one made of plastic ( doesn't turned out really well) , one mde of foam an...
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Thu, 4 Apr 2013 19:48:40 PDT
Sonic Screwdriver TV-B-Gone Conversion
Sonic Screwdriver TV-B-Gone Conversion - More DIY How To Projects]]> furrysalamander So last month, I found out my friend's birthday was coming up, and I decided I had to get them something amazing.  She's a really big Doctor Who fan, and I had just finished watching all of the episodes currently on Netflix.  I was browsing around online looking for Doctor Who related presents, and ...
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Thu, 14 Mar 2013 20:36:41 PDT
Make a Variable Resistor with 1 Million Settings
Make a Variable Resistor with 1 Million Settings - More DIY How To Projects]]> Sam DeRose Last week in my college physics lab we got to use these variable resistance 'boxes'. They had two inputs and six dials, and could generate one million different resistances across the two inputs. I knew I had to have one, and why not make it myself? This tutorial demonstrates how to build one for yo...
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Thu, 3 Jan 2013 08:05:53 PST
SolarBook: Phone charger, torch, rave light and USB port
SolarBook: Phone charger, torch, rave light and USB port - More DIY How To Projects]]> TurboSnail This is a bit of an unusual build, as it's hard to define as a single object. It uses a Solar-powered battery to power a phone charger, two sets of LEDs and a USB port. But it is very useful and being housed in a book, looks pretty cool too :) It certainly solved my first-world problem of being too ...
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Wed, 19 Dec 2012 03:36:47 PST
LED Keyboard Base Project Short Introduction Samimy LED - USB Keyboard Base For Fast Typing & Easy Controlling 3 Changes later on after working with the base, here is the video of it: change-1. adding a switch. change-2. leveling the front view of the base and cutting extra 1cm height of the plastic board. change3. adding a 90 degrees plastic hinge...
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Sun, 18 Nov 2012 20:44:31 PST
FM Radio Velleman Mini Kit 118RS Modified
FM Radio Velleman Mini Kit 118RS Modified - More DIY How To Projects]]> powerman666 This is how I modified my FM Radio Velleman Mini Kit 118RS I built alot of these types of kits and mostly they don't come with boxes to protect the circuits. Alot of times they also don't come with parts that accommodate them for being in nice boxes either. So you'll have to buy some extra parts. T...
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Sun, 9 Sep 2012 00:57:13 PDT
Ace Monster Toys crafty.avenger Ace Monster Toys is a Hackerspace in the East San Francisco Bay Area dedicated to education, hacking, and maker culture. We are membership based group with regular free open-to-the-public classes and events. We are open to anyone and non-members are welcome. null null null null null null ...
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Tue, 4 Sep 2012 07:59:33 PDT
Open GPS Tracker(Photo Instructable) fahadshihab The tracker is easy to build on a perfboard. I used a basic one-pad-per-hole perfboard and 26-gauge wire, but 30-gauge would probably be better. All the electronic parts are available from Mouser Electronics. Radio Shack sells the perfboard and the 2.5mm plug for the phone. You could also buy these ...
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Mon, 6 Aug 2012 05:15:34 PDT
Pocket fan (for hot summer days)
Pocket fan (for hot summer days) - More DIY How To Projects]]> Giedow In this step by step I will be showing you how to make a cheap pocket fan without any technical skills needed. You can make this as simple as you want. Parts list To make it you will need: -a 9Volt battery -a 9Volt battery clip -a 9 or 12 Volt fan (you can buy these easily from, dx,com o...
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Fri, 22 Jun 2012 12:22:54 PDT
Connector Magic Geek07Boy I have always been a geek. I tear everything apart to see what I can make of it. I just got into small robots with the starter pack and some BasicStamps and Arduinos. The Lets make robots kit is so complete you just stick it together with double stick foam tape and it starts runni...
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Tue, 28 Feb 2012 11:44:35 PST
How to fix sound in electronics that fell in water
How to fix sound in electronics that fell in water - More DIY How To Projects]]> TheMacyC Almost a year ago, water fell into my ipod and the sound wasn't working anymore.. i could hear sounds when i plug my earphones, but i can't hear anything without them !! later then, my aunt told me to put my ipod in rice for a couple of days.. i didn't think it would work since many people pay $20-3...
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Sun, 26 Feb 2012 07:58:49 PST
DIY headphone adapter (with MIC and REMOTE) for smartphones depotbassam This video shows the explanation of a DIY project: An adaptor that connects to the audio input of any smartphone. This adaptor has a microphone and a button, allowing the user to connect any headphones (your personal, expensive fancy ones) and at the same time have the feature of pausing/playing th...
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Fri, 27 Jan 2012 06:26:42 PST
Xbox Hackintosh casemod
Xbox Hackintosh casemod - More DIY How To Projects]]> mkarvonen This is a Xbox Hackintosh. I had an old and broken xbox so i decided to put a pc in to it and install hackintosh to it. This is a "guide" which gives you the basic idea how to stuff all in there and what parts to use... This is my first instructables and my main language is not english so ...
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Tue, 8 Nov 2011 09:50:51 PST
Make a Flower LED
Make a Flower LED - More DIY How To Projects]]> ynze A flower that lights up when put in soil. It also comes to life when put in water, or by just holding both bare ends of the "stem". So the leds become flower leds, so to speak. And if the leds were power leds, then this would be a flower power led project. The circuit lighting the flower is a very ...
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Sun, 19 Jun 2011 06:10:17 PDT
Make a Sound Tube (message in a bottle)
Make a Sound Tube (message in a bottle) - More DIY How To Projects]]> ynze A sound tube is a very intuitive gadget: Make a sound in one end of the tube. Close it to store the sound inside the tube. Release the sound by opening the tube's other end. To indicate that a message is waiting to be released, a string of leds lights up when the tube is put down vertically, with t...
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Sat, 19 Mar 2011 13:48:19 PDT
usb speaker boyrock375 this is a very simple instructable on converting a cd bay speaker to usb powered speaker
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Fri, 7 Jan 2011 03:50:44 PST
Versatile voltage regulator with LM317
Versatile voltage regulator with LM317 - More DIY How To Projects]]> samircury   This guide is intended to aggregate a great tool to your electronics workbench that will save your life many times : Imagine that you have a single DC power supply that gives you 12v, and you need to supply 3.3v to your circuit, or 5V, or any other voltage between 1.2v and 10v. Now, you can ...
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Sun, 12 Dec 2010 18:53:22 PST
Simplistic Lego iPhone 4 Stand
Simplistic Lego iPhone 4 Stand - More DIY How To Projects]]> shantanu007 Created using only Lego Mindstorms this stand can rotate in place to support both portrait and landscape views while propping up your iPhone Understanding the Parts This stand is created using 4 Major Parts: 1) The Foot 2) The Legs 3) The Gear System  The Foot This is the first part of the st...
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Sun, 1 Aug 2010 17:14:59 PDT
Long range spybug.
Long range spybug. - More DIY How To Projects]]> cliffyd I am going to show you a step-by-step process to building a spybug from common electrical componenets. Components Components list Part C1  1n disk capacitor (102) 1 pc. C2  5.6pF disk capacitor(562) 1 pc. C3, C4 10 uF Elec. Capacitor(25-50v) 2 pcs. C5 3-18 Trimmer Capacitor 1 pc...
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Sat, 5 Jun 2010 18:17:49 PDT
Electronic Accessory Charging Dock
Electronic Accessory Charging Dock - More DIY How To Projects]]> frazeeg The problem: I hate wire clutter. With the batteries I need to charge on all my electronics (cell phone, Bluetooth headset, AA batteries, MP3 player, etc.), my power strip and desk get cluttered quite easily. I wanted a solution to this and I have it. I created a dock for all my chargeables. It'...
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Wed, 8 Aug 2007 12:56:10 PDT