Instructables: exploring - technology - fridge Fri, 28 Nov 2014 05:23:44 PST BLOX v1.01 Arduino Fridge Magnet
Arduino Fridge Magnet - More DIY How To Projects]]> ThisIsSteve Do you have a habit of leaving notes on the fridge, now take it digital and add an Arduino to it.In this instructable I'm going to show you how to do just that. All you need is an Arduino, an LCD screen and a Bluetooth module to make this and a Android mobile to upload your note wireless. I tried to...
By: ThisIsSteve

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Mon, 10 Nov 2014 22:47:43 PST
NASA Themed Can Chilling Apparatus For Your Glove Box
NASA Themed Can Chilling Apparatus For Your Glove Box - More DIY How To Projects]]> runnin30psi Ever wanted an ice cold drink, but only had hot cans laying around? Me neither, but if that were ever the case you would be prepared with this 'Glove Box Gadget'.This build WAS going to be over the top, but due to time constraints, I kept it simple. I had originally intended for the structure of t...
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Tue, 30 Sep 2014 12:21:11 PDT
IsoLocker - cooling lock & storage box facade element
IsoLocker - cooling lock & storage box facade element - More DIY How To Projects]]> s0m3guy Have you ever been in the situation that you need to store something, somewhere and keep that thing safe from strangers? And have you tried to store food or drinks in summer time, only to notice that all these things get annoyingly warm after some time and you cannot enjoy your fresh cold beverage o...
By: s0m3guy

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Tue, 29 Jul 2014 13:41:03 PDT
RECHARGEABLE LED CAR BONNET ASSISTANT! - More DIY How To Projects]]> pawanvs99 Some times one's car breaks down at night in the middle of no where and there may be no light to fix it! For that I have made an easy solution to fix that problem! An easy USB rechargeable magnetic led assistant! What you need: You will need:Some skills!1w/2w/3w leds (one or more. Actually o...
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Thu, 27 Mar 2014 08:49:33 PDT
Connect your fridge to Twitter
Connect your fridge to Twitter - More DIY How To Projects]]> clement87 I'm a big fan of the Internet of Things and I'm following some objects on Twitter like @mytoaster. It's a simple toaster that tweet when he's toasting... It's stupid but so cool :) So, after putting my cat on Twitter (@PepitoTheCat), I want my fridge! This is a howto, to show you how easy it c...
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Mon, 24 Mar 2014 07:46:23 PDT
Refrigerator Alarm arduinodude11 “Refrigerator alarm” Hi guys! This is my first ever instructable I hope you can appreciate every post that I make. CREDITS to my reference: Reference: by hertzgamma Note: Nice work there by the way bro and I really like your inst...
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Sat, 13 Apr 2013 19:01:28 PDT
Coors Light Interactive Commercial Experience linxthinx Why We did this as a project for university, for both Interior Design and Product Design. The assignement was to develop an interactive experience for a beer brand, which was Coors Light for us. Since Coors Light is all about claiming that their beer is always cold enough when you drink it - for th...
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Tue, 11 Dec 2012 11:26:24 PST
Fridge magnet band Halbach Array Monorail, Video at the end
Fridge magnet band Halbach Array Monorail, Video at the end - More DIY How To Projects]]> Edgar Yes, you can embed an Halbach Array, even into your own Papercraft projects! And what the heck's an Halbach Array? Just put a lot of Magnets on a row, each one 90 degrees rotated in relation to the previous one, like this.. Tada! An Halbach Array. In that picture, almost all of BOTH the magnet's p...
By: Edgar

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Sat, 6 Oct 2012 04:38:18 PDT
Fridge Door Detector Alarm
Fridge Door Detector Alarm - More DIY How To Projects]]> hertzgamma Has it ever happened to you to go to the fridge and discover that its door is slightly opened ... and probably most your food went to the trash ... Ghhhrr that jammed door that needs an extra push to make it close properly ....... This instructables will show you how to make an alarm system that wi...
By: hertzgamma

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Thu, 13 Sep 2012 07:16:25 PDT
Gut Check a Tweeting and Facebooking Fridge
Gut Check a Tweeting and Facebooking Fridge - More DIY How To Projects]]> cyancdesign I have a problem, I'm trying to lose weight but I love snacking late at night. And no one knows that I even do it. That being one of my biggest hurdles, I figured why not include all my social media friends and followers in helping me. Whether they know it or not. So I decided to hook up my fridge ...
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Wed, 5 Oct 2011 06:14:11 PDT
LCD TV ON FRIDGE redsunmtm here is a little shematic about how to fix a flat TV on a frige think that the behind pairs of magnets normaly doesn't need to be glued, (depending on the wood hight)  but the front ones would ! you car use super glue,, or hot sticks glue, an you can also put a kind off tissue or paper gued on the ...
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Tue, 13 Sep 2011 16:02:01 PDT
USB Fridge Magnet Tag
USB Fridge Magnet Tag - More DIY How To Projects]]> Alexdlp This Instructable will show you how you can create your own USB fridge magnet tag to stick on the fridge! Background This design idea was inspired by an issue that I came across on more than one occasion whilst studying at college. Often having left the house thinking that I was adequately prepared...
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Sun, 31 Jul 2011 18:00:16 PDT
Make a mini-fridge!
Make a mini-fridge! - More DIY How To Projects]]> andy70707 This is a good project for anyone getting into electronics or wanting an idea for something cool. This isn't exactly a "cheap" project but its not very expensive either. The total cost for this project was £16.12 (~$25 at current exchange rate), about the same as a new mini fridge from the shops. If...
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Thu, 23 Jun 2011 07:24:03 PDT
Alternative laser writing
Alternative laser writing - More DIY How To Projects]]> jovolomo Hi, as many of you, I'd love to have some kind of laser projector to write messages or draw pictures. But it's ether expensive or tricky to realise an XY laser show. Anyway, it doesn't stop me from writing with a laser. I just do it a different way! My idea is to create a path for the laser, which...
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Sun, 17 Apr 2011 16:59:31 PDT
Mini USB Freezer
Mini USB Freezer - More DIY How To Projects]]> knuckel USB mini Fridges have been kinda popular around the enter net so i thought i would try to correct a flaw i saw with a lot of peoples designs, capacity! This Fridge holds a maximum of three cans, and is supper cheep, easy, and efficiently cools your favorite beverages at any usb port, or your comput...
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Sat, 15 Jan 2011 21:56:40 PST
Mini Fridge mr. clean Here are some pictures of a mini fridge i made from 1 peltier unit, 2 heat-sinks, 2 small fans, some corrugated plastic, sealant, a 10 by 5.5 inch piece of cardboard tube about 1/4th inch thick, a piece of glass, and super glue. I also added another layer to the fridge to make dead space of air in b...
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Tue, 17 Aug 2010 18:14:25 PDT
Yet another usb cooler/warmer
Yet another usb cooler/warmer - More DIY How To Projects]]> Computothought Always wanted something nifty around the pc for drinks. (Caveat do this at your own risk. I will not be responsible for any issues). Note: Camera died. have to get a new camera to finish. What's needed: Parts: 1 - cabinet. I am using a barbie doll locker that will undergo massive makeover, 1 ...
By: Computothought

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Wed, 21 Jul 2010 18:04:28 PDT
The Silicon Graphics Refrigerator Project
The Silicon Graphics Refrigerator Project - More DIY How To Projects]]> thijsatteiltje (or: How To Turn a $175.000 High-End SGI Challenge DM Server into a Fridge) Too much free time will make people do the weirdest things. I've always had a soft spot for obsolete computers, especially when they had once cost a small fortune and were the absolute top-of-the-line in their hey-day but a...
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Mon, 1 Mar 2010 19:40:23 PST
Mini Fridge CaptPikel So this guy at work got a neat little mini fridge for a can of coke. I thought to myself "I can make one better than that". And so my home made mini fridge was born. It has 3 peltier coolers enclosed is a 4 inch diameter pvc T joint. It's powered (underpowered by about 120 watts) by a 55 watt 5 volt...
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Tue, 25 Aug 2009 08:29:16 PDT
Wolverine or any motive on your fridge. knarx If you want more information - comment and I will make an instructable of it.Just measure your fridge. If you have a normal fridge okay, a double-doored is more fun.Go to the Rasterbator Homepage an adjust your picture, Assemble the printed picture to one big picture.Than duct tape some neodymium ma...
By: knarx

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Mon, 28 Jul 2008 16:17:16 PDT
The LED illuminated photo frame fridge magnet
The LED illuminated photo frame fridge magnet - More DIY How To Projects]]> Artificial Intelligence The LED illuminated photo frame fridge magnet is a very simple, but useful gadget.It only requires some basic soldering skills and some very basic electronic knowledge.Take a picture of someone you like and mount it in this picture frame. Then mount the picture frame on your fridge and you'll gain a...
By: Artificial Intelligence

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Sat, 10 May 2008 03:03:45 PDT
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Fri, 15 Feb 2008 08:11:52 PST
SMD LED Octopus Fridge Magnet marc92 This is one of my entries into the Get the LED Out Challenge. It is a surface mount LED Octopus (or decapus (pronounced deca-pus as opposed to de-cap-us), or in real terms, an octopus with 10 tentacles.) It is made with SMD LED's simply because that is what I had and to avoid pouring my money into ...
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Sat, 9 Feb 2008 08:47:42 PST
$5 Mini USB Fridge!!/
$5 Mini USB Fridge! - More DIY How To Projects]]> babblin5 Now that we're seeing those 12 volt camper coolers turning up at garage sales and thrift stores (I found one for $2.50), here's a neat little idea for turning it into a customizable mini-fridge powered by a USB port! Taking out the Peltier/Heatsink Unit You'll basically just need a phillips head ...
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Wed, 28 Nov 2007 08:55:19 PST
Steampunk tube magnets will rock your world!
Steampunk tube magnets will rock your world! - More DIY How To Projects]]> Zujus An Idea to make steampunk fridge magnets came in to me  when I was watching Wild Wild West. I couldn't afford building a giant spider, so I decided to put old broken vacuum tubes I got from my school into a good use. Parts and Tools Parts: Vacuum tubes --- I strongly suggest using old broken on...
By: Zujus

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Tue, 5 Jun 2007 13:33:35 PDT
Microchip Fridge Magnets
Microchip Fridge Magnets - More DIY How To Projects]]> Aeshir This is a magnet with a chip face (chip on a magnet). I made the actual item in about 5 minutes, the first time. They're really easy to make, for the most part. They overlap the magnet so it looks like they are part of the fridge, as if the fridge were a big circuit board.Materials ---Something with...
By: Aeshir

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Sat, 2 Jun 2007 11:12:02 PDT
IC Refrigerator Bug
IC Refrigerator Bug - More DIY How To Projects]]> CameronSS This is how to make a refrigerator magnet from an old IC. I like it because a) it's geeky, b) it looks like a mutant centipede is crawling across the fridge and c) it is from an ancient Apple II card. Be sure to check out Aeshir's version of this. As always, collect your materials... As alway, th...
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Fri, 1 Jun 2007 19:38:46 PDT
How to Enter the Instructables Fridge Magnet Challenge
How to Enter the Instructables Fridge Magnet Challenge - More DIY How To Projects]]> Contest Robot Results are up!Are the big contest deadlines too far away? Want some instant gratification? Want to win a robot t-shirt? Here's your chance!We're running another 1-week speed contest: the Instructables Fridge Magnet Challenge!Check out these classic fridge magnets for inspiration:DIY Magnetic Ref...
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Thu, 31 May 2007 20:39:18 PDT
Hard Drive Fridge Magnet
Hard Drive Fridge Magnet - More DIY How To Projects]]> Everfalling This is a fun and easy way to make use of any old hard drives you have laying around. Tools you'll need: - A Medium sized flat head screwdriver - A Small Phillips head screwdriver - An Interchangeable bit screwdriver with Torx bits from sizes T10 to T5 (which sizes you'll use depends on the drive)...
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Mon, 7 May 2007 03:55:31 PDT
The best refridgerator magnet money can't buy
The best refridgerator magnet money can't buy - More DIY How To Projects]]> pir8p3t3 Using the magnets from a dead 3.5" HDD and a piece of wire, I made a super strong refrigerator magnet. When I say super strong, I mean this thing will hold up anything I ever wanted to put on my fridge. Find an old Hard drive, and take it apart For this job you'll need some torx drivers of vario...
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Mon, 27 Nov 2006 13:07:56 PST
Magnetic Refrigerator Lights
Magnetic Refrigerator Lights - More DIY How To Projects]]> sockmaster Turn your fridge into a canvas for LED art. Any passerby can place and relocate the magnetic LEDs any way they wish to create illuminated pictures and messages. It's great for high traffic kitchens and It's fun for kids and adults alike. What You Need Most of what you need can be found at local...
By: sockmaster

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Tue, 21 Mar 2006 23:12:58 PST