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Contestants in Germanyâ€™s Recorder Race call on old cassette Walkmans to power their wheels
Why buy a robot that follows a colored ball when you can spend hundreds of hours building your own?
Get to know your neighbors by giving them a way to connect to the Internet and to one another
Benjamin Heckendorn turns old-school game consoles into custom-designed portable units. Now you can too
Cross a Linux computer with a keg fridge, and you get a tap that knows when youâ€™ve had enough
Make a device that lets you easily operate almost any appliance in your house using your TV remote
This Czech geek's Apple G4-equipped Tatra is the ultimate computer on wheels.
Using eight leftover LCDs, Ryan Hoagland designed a window with endless possibilities
John Ninomiya regularly takes flight using a rig so simple itâ€™s scary: a bunch of helium balloons
You canâ€™t actually go in this jet-powered port-a-potty, but you can go pretty quick
Eat your heart out, Lance. This amateur-built recumbent may soon break its own record by hitting 82 mph
Digital projectors inexpensively deliver massive HDTV-quality images--if you don't mind a little sweat.
The hosts of Food Jammers show how to make a version of a multimillion-dollar commercial grain puffer for about 50 bucks. See the video inside
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