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Sensordrone: The Sensor Swiss Army Knife for Your Smartphone

The size of a keychain, the Sensordrone gives your smartphone a whole new range of senses.

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Use a Tiny OLED Screen to Make Your Lego Sets More Dynamic

A DIY tutorial details how to add a tiny screen to your Lego creations, making them geekier then ever.

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ArduSat: A Tiny Arduino-Powered Satellite That's Meant to Be Shared

With ArduSat, anybody can get some time with a real satellite in space to take pictures or collect other data.

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Hands On: Microsoft’s On{X} App Provides Android Automation

A new way to automate your Android has arrived, and it can tell when you’re walking, running, or driving. We give it a try.

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Moboto: Finally, an iPhone Dock With Personality and Character

It’s a dock for your iPhone and iPad that is not only unique and personal, but tries to be informative and helpful. It’s Moboto!

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DIY Tilt-Activated Turn Signal Makes Biking Safer, Geekier

All you have to do to activate these easy-to-build DIY turn signals is lift your arm.

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Culinary Mastermind Meets Geek, Burrito Printing Emerges

There’s lots of cool stuff going on with 3D printers lately, but the BurritoB0t takes the cake--er, burrito.

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3D Printer Prints In High Resolution, Isn't Resolutionary

This 3D printer can print super complex objects on a tiny scale by using light to build objects from liquid resin.

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Noteworthy Alternatives to Arduino

Though Arduino is the most popular microcontroller available, it isn't the only project-friendly board out there. Here are some others you should check out.

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Build a 360-Degree Camera Crown on the Cheap--And Look Ridiculous in the Process

You’ll look silly taking 360-degree photos with a bunch of disposable cameras tied to your head. And yet... I kind of want to.

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This 3D Printer Can Use Up to 14 Materials, Make 3D Printing More Flexible

Most 3D printers can only handle one material at a time. But the Objet Connex can use up to 14 materials in a single print job.

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PIE: A Chrome Extension That Can Help With Reading and Pronunciation

By dynamically adding glyphs to text in websites, the PIE extension for Chrome aims to help you learn to read.

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Old Dot Matrix Printer Tracks Tweets, Makes Obsolete Tech Almost Useful

Got an old dot matrix printer sitting around? One modder turned one into a DIY Twitter ticker.

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A 3D Printer For Ice Sculptures? Sure, Why Not?

Researchers at McGill University are looking into 3D printing ice sculptures--with remarkable success.

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Custom Records Help Old-School Fisher-Price Player Rock Out

One Instructables user shows the world how to make our own records for the old-school Fisher Price toy record player. Hipsters love it!

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