Conductive Fabric, Bloody Heart, Origami Roses... Answered
|Feb. 21, 2008|
|Conductive Fabric: Make Flexible Circuits Using An Inkjet Printer|
Easily turn out flexible circuits to create some funky projects.
posted bymikey77on Feb 14, 2008
|Remote shutter trigger for digital cameras|
Make a remote shutter release for your Canon digital camera (and some other brands) for about three bucks in under five minutes.
posted bydeth2allon Feb 20, 2007
| How To Shave Without Getting Razor Bumps|
Here's how to avoid those little ingrown hairs known as razor bumps.
posted bySteamKiton Feb 18, 2008
|A better laptop stand for bed|
Make a simple but incredibly useful Laptop Stand for around $15 and 30-60 minutes! Great for use in bed while typing, browsing, and watching movies.
posted byjumpfroggyon Feb 13, 2008
| Simulated wood grain for metal boxes|
Prepare a metal box using a buffing technique that can simulate wood grain, birdseye or other finishes for a sleek look.
posted byamz-fxon Feb 15, 2008
|A Dozen Red Origami Roses|
A unique twist to the traditional giving of roses to a loved one. Handmade origami roses are everlasting and inexpensive to& make.
posted bythydzikon Feb 15, 2007
|Cardboard Savonius Wind Turbine|
Build a Savonius wind turbine made out of cardboard to see what works. Low-tech rapid prototyping at its best.
posted byrhackenbon Feb 16, 2008
|How to Eat a Banana Like a Monkey|
OK, the actual eating isn't too different from humans. The real magic is in how monkeys peel their banana to get at the goodness inside.
posted byfungus amunguson Feb 20, 2008
| Build a real bell-striking clock for your PC|
Sound effects on a computer can't match the nice tones you can get from a real bell. Here's how to put the two together.
posted by5Volton Feb 18, 2008
|Make a Bloody Valentine's Heart|
Present your loved one with this anatomically-correct heart, a card ("You have my heart!"), and a ring hidden in the heart for a day to remember forever.
posted bytheprojectmakeron Feb 16, 2008