A high-schooler built an RC car out of Lego kits, Arduino boards and other electronic parts—and shows you how you can make your own.
This amazing algorithm draws video game characters using Tetris.
There's a lot to be said about someone who makes Excel(lent) artwork with a tool usually commonly associated with mind-numbing drudgery.
In this installment of GeekBytes, find out how you can control a computer with pizza, learn about jailbreaking iOS 6.0.1 with Sn0wbreeze, and check out the robotic fish of the future.
It's GeekBytes o'clock, which means some nuggets of awesome for you to enjoy at the end of the day! In this installment, we have robots modeled after jellyfish and-you guessed it--more Nyan Cat fun.
MIT develops a camera that can peer around corners using freaking lasers. This is just one of the bits of awesome in today's installment of GeekBytes.
A musical with an 8-bit score and a Tron-themed sofa are just a couple of the tidbits we look at in this installment of GeekBytes.
For the final instalment of the week, GeekBytes checks out a big Lego R2-D2, a printer used for cells, a UFO camera made with a disco ball and more.
What do you get when you combine TARDIS engagement ring, arcade cabinet-themed light switches, and, uh, hipsters? You get today's installment of GeekBytes.
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