Instructables: exploring - technology - contest Fri, 25 Jul 2014 11:20:49 PDT BLOX v1.01 DIY iPhone controller for Raspberry-Pi (OSC)
DIY iPhone controller for Raspberry-Pi (OSC) - More DIY How To Projects]]> Greg0reo To start off this project I would like to explain how all this will work. We will be using a form of communication called OSC (Open Sound Control) and an app called "TouchOSC" which is available on the Google Play and Apple app store, along with pyOSC. What we will do is the following:- Create a sui...
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Tue, 1 Jul 2014 18:04:26 PDT
How to Make a Custom Shirt Design
How to Make a Custom Shirt Design - More DIY How To Projects]]> myrrhmaid Have you always wanted to make custom designs for shirts and garments? This Instructable will show you how to use a cutter/plotter machine to make an iron-on for a shirt. I have made the logos and custom shirts for the league Flood Water Roller Derby, MVP merchandise, unique, personalized shirts, ki...
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Sun, 22 Jun 2014 17:05:58 PDT
Diffused Glue Stick Lamp
Diffused Glue Stick Lamp - More DIY How To Projects]]> vishalapr Last week, I received the glue gun I ordered almost a month ago which I replaced with my older mini glue gun. The mini glue gun used thin glue sticks(7mm) whereas the new one I got used only normal sized glue sticks(10mm). So I had a whole bunch of these thin glue sticks left over, thought for a bit...
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Fri, 20 Jun 2014 20:51:32 PDT
Easy Wireless Electricity
Easy Wireless Electricity - More DIY How To Projects]]> Unprecedented Please vote for this project if you found it educational, helpful, interesting, or just plain fun! Any comments or questions are welcome down below and if you find a spot where I've made a mistake feel free to let me know. I won't take offence.Wireless electricity is something new and exciting. Whil...
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Mon, 2 Jun 2014 21:00:12 PDT
Light Spectrometer from a "battery powered" head inspection lamp
Light Spectrometer from a "battery powered" head inspection lamp - More DIY How To Projects]]> HUKBMBEAR Hello if you like this please take the time to vote in the competitionsTHANKSAt the end of my light sensing instructable where I played with the measurement of reducing sun light levels as well as making it into a laser game , I mentioned that I wanted to have a go at making a full spectrometer. Thi...

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Tue, 27 May 2014 14:28:46 PDT
Any Bottle Lamp Please
Any Bottle Lamp Please - More DIY How To Projects]]> waynakins Following this series of steps, you will be able to take any glass bottle and transform it, into a cherishable lamp. Whether it be a pickle jar or an antique jar you'll be able to proudly display it. Giving light to all who see it. Drilling Continued All Done! These are t...
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Wed, 21 May 2014 16:17:13 PDT
How to use text in blender
How to use text in blender - More DIY How To Projects]]> NinjaISV In this tutorial I will teach you how to use a custom font in blender and I will teach you how to use it with shapeways. Creating the scene Start by running blender. Click outside of the info box. Blender will automatically create a new scene when you start it. It should look something like thi...
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Wed, 16 Apr 2014 14:41:32 PDT
Live data to excel from an Arduino Light Sensor
Live data to excel from an Arduino Light Sensor - More DIY How To Projects]]> HUKBMBEAR I started this little project the other day when I saw that Instructables had posted a competition for the use of Sensors, however its turning out to be a bit more interesting. My original idea was to take a very simple project (examples in one form or another are available all over the web) add ...

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Wed, 16 Apr 2014 03:11:12 PDT
Electronic Laser Harp - Sensor Edition
Electronic Laser Harp - Sensor Edition - More DIY How To Projects]]> yolomolo1999 Hello World,I'm officially back to show you some extraordinary gadgets like the one you are seeing right now. This project may require technical knowledge and mental brain power. This type of a instrument can't generaly be find in shops but some deep digging into the internet you could find someone ...
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Sat, 12 Apr 2014 15:34:34 PDT
Graphic Calculator - C++ Program
Graphic Calculator - C++ Program - More DIY How To Projects]]> W I N G M A N So I was in Grade 12 (until last week) and I have always had a disliking towards Graph Paper! Not that I Hate maths or René Descartes. It was just too boring to mark those points and connect them. I had to do a C++ program for my Computer Science final practical examination and was searching for a...
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Mon, 24 Mar 2014 07:51:11 PDT
Visualizing Holidays
Visualizing Holidays - More DIY How To Projects]]> Ins Trucktibles When all seems lost during boring Summer Holidays, there is hope. There is a category of people who can set goals for themselves, but do not know how much you have done! I created a graph to display my Productivity level, and it will be displayed here. I also created a graph to show hours on movie...
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Mon, 17 Mar 2014 02:57:21 PDT
LittleBits Projects audreyobscura We recently ran a Supercharged Contest sponsored by littleBits, here are some of the great projects that came in that used the littleBits product suite. What could you make that lights up, moves, or makes noise? :D littleBits 8-bit Jukebox littleGoal: World Cup Match Notifier Crayon Lath...
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Thu, 13 Feb 2014 13:52:50 PST
Lets play Jeopardy! (with or without programming)
Lets play Jeopardy! (with or without programming) - More DIY How To Projects]]> Meister_zinger "What is the captial of Venezuela?" the Jeopardy! host asks. The four contestants frantically sift through all the trivia in their brains, searching for the answer. Suddenly, Joe knows the solution. But as he reaches for the pushbutton, John suddenly discovers the anwer. Just milliseconds behind Joe...
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Sun, 9 Feb 2014 08:24:12 PST
portable raspberry pi (the easy way)
portable raspberry pi (the easy way) - More DIY How To Projects]]> yolomolo1999 so young follower(s), today I will be showing you another project you can do with a raspberry pi. i've seen some people doing this project in a really complex way and i was basically just wasting money on screens and additional components, i decided to come up with my instructable and show you guy ...
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Mon, 30 Dec 2013 11:06:20 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
My Dream Bedroom
My Dream Bedroom - More DIY How To Projects]]> wolf555hound My dream bedroom is one where I retreat to after a long day's work of studying and education learning. Where I go to relax, sleep, and kill zombies. Where the limits are endless, but the size of my room isn't. This dream room has most tools I would like to have at my disposal, including but not limi...
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Mon, 2 Dec 2013 23:55:00 PST
Improve Your Room Entry (Dream Bedroom)
Improve Your Room Entry (Dream Bedroom) - More DIY How To Projects]]> john_houle Top View I am sorry for my one small flaw in the center of the top edge, it is an important factor in the hanging tv ( which will be presented further on in the instructable) and was near impossible to avoid though it does block the view of the bed The Rest null
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Sat, 30 Nov 2013 11:04:14 PST
Umbrella Shield
Umbrella Shield - More DIY How To Projects]]> zachari Alright, let’s get right to it. Regular umbrellas do not work… efficiently that is. We have all experienced this problem. You’re taking a stroll in the rain fully equipped with your handy dandy umbrella, yet you still somehow manage to get wet. Now that’s odd isn’t it? If rain is falling straight do...
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Thu, 10 Oct 2013 21:35:20 PDT
Awesome Room Design Entry cmadsen3 Hey! This is my instructables i am new to this so it may have a few problems.This is the most ultimate-room ever. I hope you like my work. It has a pool, zipline, huge TV, a three computer screens, and a pool table. When i was making this all i had in mind was to make it fun and reasonable. I wish i...
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Thu, 3 Oct 2013 07:17:08 PDT
Classic Money Clip bot boy Why not get back to the basics? This is my take on the classic money clip (other than the noticeable "MONEY" insignia). Because of the small extrusion where the clip meets the base, money can be held securely without any other means of force. Like I said, keep it basic. This'll do the job while main...
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Sat, 14 Sep 2013 17:30:39 PDT
Embedded Metal-3D Printed Chip-Clip for the Kitchen
Embedded Metal-3D Printed Chip-Clip for the Kitchen - More DIY How To Projects]]> bfk It was suggested that I make instructables of items I've printed with plastic and other materials combined.  The technique I use is quite simple and can be done by anyone who has access to a 3D printer. The first project is a simple clip that can be screwed to the face of any kitchen cabinet.  My w...
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Tue, 10 Sep 2013 23:36:21 PDT
Microscope for tiny soldering in ONE STEP. SuperTech-IT Well, as I age, I find my eyesight not quite what it used to be, and soldering becomes a bit more difficult especially when working with SMT devices. So, I took what was normally meant as a child's educational toy, and repurposed it as a piece of lab equipment. I was initially going to hobble togeth...
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Sat, 7 Sep 2013 04:56:19 PDT
Making a Heart ($) Shaped Money Clip in Blender
Making a Heart ($) Shaped Money Clip in Blender - More DIY How To Projects]]> rptech Hello Everyone, you know me from my animatronic creations such as johnny 5, robot tanks, and Wall-E. Today, I'm going to show you how to make a heart-shaped money clip in blender. Here is a link to download the blend file Here is what th...
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Sun, 1 Sep 2013 21:49:56 PDT
123D Laundry Robot
123D Laundry Robot - More DIY How To Projects]]> AlexTech This is the laundry robot I designed on 123D Design application. This robot would help by sorting your dirty clothes, putting your dirty clothes in the washer and dryer and then it would fold and put away your (now clean) clothes. This idea came to me while doing the laundry and thinking of what a b...
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Sat, 24 Aug 2013 09:07:21 PDT
123D iPad Stylus Tool
123D iPad Stylus Tool - More DIY How To Projects]]> Asamati98 Do you like to draw, write, doodle, or just put something on your iPad or smartphone? Or perhaps you like to pay attention to detail a little more than others. Well this instructable will show you how to design something to benefit that perfectionist in you.This iPad stylus tool Is designed to fit o...
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Wed, 14 Aug 2013 10:07:11 PDT
Digital/Analog Clock - Arduino + PaperCraft
Digital/Analog Clock - Arduino + PaperCraft - More DIY How To Projects]]> alstroemeria In this instructable we will be recreating a clock inspired by Alvin Aronson's original design. When I first saw this clock I was very impressed by how clean an elegant the design was I immediately wanted to recreate this effect. Alvin Aronson's original design (made with corian and wood): I ho...
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Mon, 5 Aug 2013 23:54:04 PDT
The Knock Box: Build a Knock-Sensitive Power Strip
The Knock Box: Build a Knock-Sensitive Power Strip - More DIY How To Projects]]> zackfreedman The Knock Box is a power strip with superpowers - it turns on your lamp whenever you knock on your nightstand. You get two outlets, individually controlled by knock-knock-knocking on a nearby hard surface. It's great for hitting the lights when it's pitch dark, but if an appliance can plug into the ...
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Fri, 2 Aug 2013 20:25:20 PDT
Simple Nixie Tube Wristwatch trumpkin This is a novel nixie tube wristwatch I made a few years ago that uses an MSP430f169 microcontroller and two IN-17 nixie tubes. It has an accelerometer so that you only need to twist your wrist in order to display the time. The power supply consists of three 240 mAh lithium ion batteries in para...
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Tue, 4 Jun 2013 13:20:57 PDT
Experimenting with Small Parts On Your 3D Printer
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Thu, 2 May 2013 15:30:15 PDT
Mini DIY Photography Backdrop
Mini DIY Photography Backdrop - More DIY How To Projects]]> Printy I've been looking for a solution to my backdrop issue for a while now. The need for which is revisited every time a new craft is produced for my little Etsy shop, and I finally decided it was time to do something about this. Some time ago I was greatly inspired by the larger version which is mounte...
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Thu, 25 Apr 2013 12:14:54 PDT
Scarlett Robotics first, F.I.R.S.T Robot :) Zaphod Beetlebrox This is the first year that my school has competed in the FIRST Robotics Competition, so our knowledge and experience about building robots, especially of this size, was just about zero. We were given our materials and task in the beginning of January and had until February 18th (I think) to complet...
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Wed, 10 Apr 2013 16:22:09 PDT
Indestructable LED lanterns
Indestructable LED lanterns - More DIY How To Projects]]> jduffy54 After seeing the article "the eternal flame" in MAKE: Magazine, my first thought upos seeing the project was that it's not really "eternal" because you can't change the battery if it's glued shut!  After reading, I saw that it used teflon tape to make it watertight and re-openable, but not before a ...
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Fri, 29 Mar 2013 15:51:36 PDT
Hack: Smartphone Controlled Blender gosphero Here at Orbotix, we like to geek out. Our developers and engineers are constantly coming up with fun hacks, from a Sphero chariot that carries beer to a supercharged potato gun. Running on a charge of Red Bull and fueled by each other’s antics, there’s never a dull moment in the office. And now it’s...
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Wed, 20 Mar 2013 13:01:57 PDT
Laser Pointer Light Sabers
Laser Pointer Light Sabers - More DIY How To Projects]]> Tromboner of Doom Have you ever wanted to have a light saber battle with your brother, yet don't want to get beaten with a plastic stick? Go no further than laser pointer light sabers, the closest thing to the real thing! Materials You're going to need a couple of materials for this to work. They are: As many...
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Thu, 13 Dec 2012 14:43:36 PST
Jules Verne 3D Printer
Jules Verne 3D Printer - More DIY How To Projects]]> bfk This is a work-in-progress, so the photos show the printer in different stages of construction.  It was originally delivered in plain form from MakerBot Industries.  Within a few months, the interior was littered with pieces of scrap, adhesive, grease and paint spills.   It looked like a set from Li...
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Fri, 16 Nov 2012 02:03:18 PST
Jules Verne 3D Printer (cliff notes version) bfk This is a work-in-progress.  The printer was originally delivered in plain clothes from MakerBot Industries.  Within a few months, the interior was littered with pieces of scrap, adhesive, grease and paint spills.   It looked like a set from Little Shop of Horrors.   I've spent the better part of a...
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Tue, 13 Nov 2012 15:11:13 PST
Things you can do with a bad photograph in Photoshop TheSnowFlakeMoment When you’re editing a picture—be it to dark or too light or taken with a crappy camera in general. You can go into Photoshop or even a free program like Gimp and work miracle magic on the picture of your choice. In this picture today I am going to play with it in Adobe Photoshop  Elements 7.0 Firs...
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Sun, 11 Nov 2012 12:32:47 PST
DSLR Photography 101
DSLR Photography 101 - More DIY How To Projects]]> nhtexan So you want to take good looking pictures? All you need is a camera and something to take a picture of (which shouldn't be too hard to find). I'm going to be going over using a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera specifically, though some of what I'm going to be teaching apply as basic fundamen...
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Wed, 7 Nov 2012 15:46:03 PST
How to make a cheap yet simple LED light/Torch Kooldudejack The title says all!
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Thu, 18 Oct 2012 04:22:52 PDT
Raspberry Pi Challenge amandaghassaei Raspberry Pi Challenge: Make anything with a Raspberry Pi! The Raspberry Pi is a tiny, $35 computer released earlier this year that has already inspired some amazing DIY projects.  Among other things it features an Ethernet port, SD card reader, two USB ports, HDMI out, audio out, and even has dig...
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Mon, 15 Oct 2012 10:48:53 PDT
Logo for 3D-printing or Signmaking
Logo for 3D-printing or Signmaking - More DIY How To Projects]]> M.Hawse I noticed this contest just a little bit too late to enter some of the other ideas I had, but would like to briefly present one way in which I would use the Replicator2. My talents and education are in Graphic Design & Illustration.  I also study electronics avidly. So from time to time I get to de...
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Fri, 12 Oct 2012 23:59:31 PDT
3D printed custom lightsaber jduffy54 This was just a quick thing I did in sketchup for the 3d design contest.  Its a bunch of pieces inspired by lightsaber parts that would fit together, and could be replaced by any other part in the same category.  The pieces are from one of four sets.  The first is the rods, which are just hollow pla...
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Thu, 4 Oct 2012 20:46:40 PDT
Hack Tamiya Kits For Robots & Make A Simple Robot!
Hack Tamiya Kits For Robots & Make A Simple Robot! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Wesley666 If you are like me, you have been to hobby stores on occasion and you see this and that, but never really buy anything.  I worry about spending money on something I can't use and frankly some of that hobby stuff is expensive!  One thing, or one COMPANY I have seen many times, but never purchased ...
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Sun, 16 Sep 2012 21:39:36 PDT
DIY Solar USB Charger JoshuaZimmerman My name is Joshua Zimmerman.  (DOB: 10/21/1982... October 21st, 1982) My proposal for the Jack Daniels Independence Project contest is a low cost DIY Solar USB Charger for use in home, education, and humanitarian purposes.  ***So the Jack Daniels contest rejected this video guide for some reason.  ...
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Mon, 3 Sep 2012 21:57:40 PDT
Jack Daniels Independence Contest: Live Production Company sparkyish Thank you for checking out my contest video, I am so excited for the opportunity to start my production company! I have many plans and hopes as to where this might take me, and I already have training-classes, weddings, and musicians excited for the opportunity to broadcast live from locations never...
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Mon, 3 Sep 2012 21:41:25 PDT
Jack Daniels Independence Project entry - Howard Crow thecrow7771 Date of birth is 12/27/1957
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Mon, 3 Sep 2012 17:17:45 PDT
Jack Daniels Entry - OldhaMedia oldhamedia Contest Copy removed by OldhaMedia. My apologies if you are looking for my entry into the Jack Daniels Independence Project Contest. Since my idea didn't make the finals, I hope to pursue it on my own, and removing it from the contest page seems to be the best course of action to protect it. Thank...
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Fri, 31 Aug 2012 06:02:21 PDT
A Multi-Touch Table with an AI User Control Point Jamaal_7lna                 The Optical Interface Design Club (OIDC) is a research/design-based student organization founded in The University of Alabama in Huntsville on the Fall Semester of 2012. The aim of the OIDC is to provide all students—especially undergraduate students—with research-level experience an...
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Tue, 28 Aug 2012 11:16:31 PDT
The Double and Triple Word Tower dtuininga HI! My Name is Don Tuininga, I was born on 3/23/1976, and I love making things. From Lego bricks to Duck tape, from wood and metal to paper, the medium doesn't matter so much as the idea. Once I get an idea, I have to see it through, if for no other reason than to see if it can be done!  For the pa...
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Sun, 26 Aug 2012 22:51:45 PDT
Mini Arcade Machines! samseide This is my entry for the Jack Daniels Independence Project Contest!   A few years ago, I made one of the first mini arcade cabinets that was shown on the internet.  I built the first one for my son for his birthday.  A friend of mine wanted to put a video of it up on youtube and so I allowed him t...
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Tue, 21 Aug 2012 12:10:11 PDT