Hybrid quadcopter RC car project is every kids dream

May 28, 2013 1 min read

B Go Beyond

As quadcopters become more popular and less expensive it seems like it was only a matter of time before hybrid vehicles arrived… today is that day. B Go Beyond in a unique take […]

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Pixel Press lets you create a mobile game on a sheet of paper

May 20, 2013 1 min read


Creating a game regardless of the platform you are targeting is still a relatively difficult task. One of the easiest ways in is to use software like Scratch, Construct, or GameMaker Studio, but […]

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Create legendary robot battles from old electronics

May 19, 2013 1 min read

D.Bug models

In this day and age, you most likely have a bunch of old electronics lying around — namely computer parts — that you can’t justify throwing away because they still work fine, but […]

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Play video games with an open-source Arduino-based gun replica

May 08, 2013 1 min read

Delta Six

If you regularly play both console games and PC games, you’ll likely be fully aware that one platform is much, much more suited to games that require you to precisely aim at things. […]

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Skyrim veteran Kickstarts a dinosaur hunting game

May 08, 2013 1 min read

dino

Modern games are reaching previously unheard of heights in storytelling and visuals, but there is a disturbing lack of dinosaurs. Now one animator and developer is looking to give you a dino fix […]

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BRCK, emergency internet access that works without electricity

May 06, 2013 1 min read

BRCK

Some people would consider having internet access a civil right. Others would consider it a monumental benefit and an enormous convenience. However you view it, the internet significantly changes the way we live […]

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Arduino-compatible Spark Core makes adding WiFi dead simple

May 06, 2013 1 min read

Spark Core

The knowledge gap between planning and execution when it comes to DIY computing seems to get smaller every day. The latest example of this is the plug and play Spark Core, a project […]

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Eternal Darkness to get crowdfunded sequel, Shadow of the Eternals

May 03, 2013 1 min read

Shadow of the Eternals

Released back in 2002, those of you that owned a GameCube and actually left it plugged in might remember Silicon Knights’ Eternal Darkness, that token “mature” game found on a Nintendo console. The […]

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Shirt stays free of odor and wrinkles for 100 days, is laundromats’ worst nightmare

May 01, 2013 1 min read


Every now and then — as one of us may have experienced this past weekend — your washing machine or dryer breaks at an extremely inconvenient time during the night, and you happen […]

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Create your own psychedelic wonderland with bioengineered glowing plants

April 24, 2013 1 min read

Glowing plants

If you’ve never tried gardening, it’s actually kind of great. Not only is it a tranquil hobby, often allowing you to zone out and focus on the work at hand, but you can […]

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Goodbye lava lamps: You can now buy ferrofluid sculptures that dance to music

April 08, 2013 1 min read

Ferrocious

Your swanky bachelor pad featuring the lava lamps and disco ball (kept hidden in a secret compartment in the ceiling) was once pretty happenin’. However, we’re now a third of the way into […]

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EA: DRM is a dead-end strategy and SimCity doesn’t use it

March 28, 2013 1 min read


Frank Gibeau, president of EA Labels has come out to defend the actions of EA and Maxis with regards to the launch of SimCity, and the features it includes. But it’s unlikely SimCity […]

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