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Minestation – An external weather display for your Minecraft world

Minestation – An external weather display for your Minecraft world

If you’re a big Minecraft fan, the folks at [radikaldesign] have something that might be of interest to you.  (Translation) Inspired by some of their Minecraft-loving friends, they have developed Minestation – a weather station for your Minecraft game.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.03.02 at 04:27

USB slingshot controller is for the birds

USB slingshot controller is for the birds

This USB slingshot controller really brought a smile to our faces. Part of it is the delightfully silly promo video you’ll find after the break.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.28 at 18:55

Reprogramming promotional USB dongles to launch custom URLs

Reprogramming promotional USB dongles to launch custom URLs

The teachers at [Jjshortcut's] school were each given a Webkey by the administration as a promotional item of sorts, but most of the staff saw them as useless, so they pitched them.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.28 at 17:31

Overbuilding an iTunes rating system

Overbuilding an iTunes rating system

Even though iTunes and it’s song rating system has been around for over a decade now, [Steve] still hasn’t gotten around to assigning ratings to his vast library of MP3s.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.25 at 20:33

Doing it right with a morse code keyboard

Doing it right with a morse code keyboard

Hackaday has seen dozens of Morse code keyboards over the years, but [Hudson] at NYC Resistor finally managed to give that idea the justice it deserves.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.23 at 12:13

Who couldn’t use a little more screen space?

Who couldn’t use a little more screen space?

Text LCD’s are handy for any occasion, a printer port on your PC is also darn handy as well. Mix together and add in a splash of linux and you get a very handy Linux device driver for a 16×2 LCD connected to the parallel port.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.21 at 19:41

The PANIC button saves you from bad music

The PANIC button saves you from bad music

Having a communal music collection being played on random can be really fun. You experience new music and get to hear old favorites. However, not everyone shares the same taste.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.19 at 21:42

Control a playlist with your mind

Control a playlist with your mind

Because switching apps to change a song is such a taxing ordeal, [Oscar Celma] and [Ching-Wei Chen] decided to use their collective brainpower to change Last.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.18 at 16:31

Microswitch keyboard gives those lazy thumbs a workout

Microswitch keyboard gives those lazy thumbs a workout

Upon first sight there will be no doubt in anyone’s mind that this is a hacker’s keyboard. [Tim Tyler] built the odd-looking conglomeration of keys a few years ago with the goal of improving the man-machine interface.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.16 at 22:05

Building a keyboard from scratch

Building a keyboard from scratch

After over a year of work, [dmw] is nearly done with his Humble Hacker Keyboard. It’s a keyboard that has been influenced by some pretty crazy looking designs, but meets all of [dmw]‘s needs for a compact, programmer-oriented key layout that’s easy to type on.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.15 at 16:03


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