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Hacked LCD Monitor Only Reveals Its Contents To Its Owner
12 may 2014
This DIY project hides your screen from everyone but you.
Bra Unhooks By Clapping [Video]
11 july 2013
The Clap-Off Bra pops off at the sound of two consecutive claps.
Bike-Powered Generator Disguised As Patio Furniture [Video]
3 june 2013
An Instructables member created a generator built from scrap wood and an old treadmill.
3D Printed Photos Can Be Seen By The Visually Impaired
23 may 2013
Amanda Ghassaei of Instructables used an Objet Connex500 to create textured prints that can be felt as well as viewed.
Laser Cutter Carves Music Onto Wooden Records
22 may 2013
Instructables member Amanda Ghassaei has developed a way of fabricating LPs out of natural materials with playable audio.
Inkjet Printer Hacked To Make Biological Materials
28 january 2013
Open source project shows how anyone can change an ordinary desktop printer to turn it into a machine to make cells and living things.
3D Printed Records Provoke New Music Piracy Debate
9 january 2013
Amanda Ghassaei of Instructables has converted digital audio files into 33rpm records that play on standard record players.
Play 3D Printed ‘Vinyls’ On Fisher-Price’s Toy Record Player
7 september 2012
Instructables instructs users how to create their own custom (of the non-children variety) songs to play on the classic toy.
DIY Business Card Hacks Your Vision To Make A Lasting Impression
28 march 2011
Maker community offers a novel way to share contact information.
DIY 3D Fluid Scanning Captures The World In Greater Depth [Video]
4 february 2011
Amateur art approaches open doors for low fi 3D printing enthusiasts.
DIY 3rd Person Realtime Viewing
29 december 2010
The eternal question of 'does this make me look fat?' may soon be thing of the past if BigRedRocket's invention was strapped on worldwide.
Project HALO Allows The Blind To Navigate Freely Without Assistance
22 december 2010
Haptic device uses ultrasonic sensors to help the visually impaired walk without fearing collisions.
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