Why bother with piddly little toy boats when you can remotely steer a 139-foot-long yacht? (Uh, don't answer that.)
This prison guard robot not only keeps you in check behind bars, but also can read your body language for trouble.
Looking to impress your friends further with your insane Guitar Hero skills? This DIY project consisting of flamethrowers and Arduino will set your Guitar Hero streak on fire (so to speak).
Need to make sushi for several hundred of your closest friends? This robot can make thousands of pieces in an hour for you.
Run out of sweet treats? Perhaps you could order one of these 3D printers, which use chocolate as an artistic medium.
A team of researchers developed robots capable of performing an entire song without human interaction, with impressive results.
Plants can now display emotions and communicate with you, thanks to plant pot filled with motors--and string.
Kids (or grown-ups) not doing their chores in favor of video games? Try the coin-operated reward system mod, and see how quickly things start being done.
Looking for a small robotics project over the Easter weekend? Try swapping an RC car's motors for an Arduino board instead!
Great news if you want to jailbreak Apple TV 2 on iOS 5: Seas0nPass got an update! Sadly, it won't work with the newest box.
After the success of the Minecraft project, Lego are now considering a set based on a zombie comedy movie.
This little robot can scribble perfectly on a surface, needing just a handful of commands from your computer's arrow keys.
Other than being a big door stop, there's not much you can do with old computer manuals. How about carving skulls into them instead?
Looking for a portable iPhone speaker that's also easy to recycle? Check out the cardboard boombox.