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Dye Mac Dye!

Dye Mac Dye!

Fabric dye is one of those products where it keeps popping up for unintended uses, we have seen it coloring printed circuit boards, and now a Macintosh computer? [The Brain]‘s project to add a little color to his Macbook has been done before, but he chooses to do it in a different way, which comes down to a little bit of sandpaper.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.11 at 22:00

Speedier hard disk option for your Mac Mini

Speedier hard disk option for your Mac Mini

[Andrew] was left wanting by the slow hard drive in his 2011 Mac Mini. He set out to add a 10,000 RPM drive and we think he did a great job of pulling it off.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.06 at 11:02

Converting transparency sheets to an LCD monitor

Converting transparency sheets to an LCD monitor

Apparently, there’s some sort of sporting event being televised this weekend that has been historically used as an excuse to buy a big-screen TV.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.04 at 18:47

Telegraph key makes for a fantastic Twitter input

Telegraph key makes for a fantastic Twitter input

In the interests of interface archaeology, [Martin] sent in the Tworse Key, a telegraph key that posts to Twitter using Morse code. It’s a fantastic build that nearly looks like something out of the 1900s.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.02.01 at 01:47

Easy tactile controls and displays for your flight simulator

If you’ve been thinking of adding some tactile controls and readouts for your flight simulators this guide should give you the motivation to get started with the project.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.01.30 at 19:54

Analog Joypad for your Retro PC

Analog Joypad for your Retro PC

Part of the fun with old computers is playing some old school games, and while you could play them with a keyboard it is much more fun with a joystick.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.01.26 at 17:10

Modular controllers you can’t wait to show off to your friends

Modular controllers you can’t wait to show off to your friends

Let’s get this straight, [Alex] is going to show us how to make controllers like this one? Where do we sign up? Even without seeing it in action we want one, but the urge to build is even greater after he shows it off (check the clip after the break).

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.01.26 at 03:11

Shove a Hub into That Keyboard

Shove a Hub into That Keyboard

As masters of technology, our desks are often cluttered with odds and ends. We have cables spewing out of every nook, and our computer ports full. The last thing we really want is more stuff getting in the way or buried under piles of technical documentation when adding something like a USB hub.

Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2012.01.22 at 11:57

Litter Box Exhaust System using a Computer Fan

Litter Box Exhaust System using a Computer Fan

Check out this DIY Litter Box Exhaust System. If the smell from your cat’s litter box is enough to have you cleaning the box many times a day you should consider an exhaust system.

Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2012.01.21 at 02:49

Self Driving Car developed in France

Self Driving Car developed in France

Check out this new robotic car that has been developed in France by the team from IFSTTAR and the Embedded Electronic Systems Research Institute at ESIGELEC.

Via Hacked Gadgets | Posted on 2012.01.19 at 08:43


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