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!
- A t-shirt
- A needle and thread
- A motherboard (I salvaged mine from an old PC)
- Random internal PC parts (optional; salvaged)
- A drill & 1/16 drill bit
- 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 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!
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!)
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