One of my favorite things in the fallout games is the radio soundtrack, and lately I’ve been playing with the idea of making a real life version, using this old Norwegian made vintage radio. Components: Raspberry pi Mini amp Power supply for amp and Raspberry Other: Access to original soundtrack Figure out IO hookup and… Fortsett å lese Project: Fallout Radio
[flickr_set id=”72157622863088806″ randomize=”false”] Resistanse is futile!
I sessongens siste Tekno-sending lagde jeg en handfull “vibrobots”, små vibrerende skapninger satt sammen av veldig enkle deler. Her er en video som viser hvordan de oppfører seg. PS: Den observante seer klarer kanskje å se hva noen av vibrobotene er laget av ? :) Vibrobots, eller vibrerende roboter om du vil, er muligens et… Fortsett å lese Vibrobots (Tekno S03E04)
Reanimating a dead i-Cybie using a toy piano.
I recently found about 40 meters of electrical cables in the trash at work. It’s threaded with 4-7 strands of solid core wire which I needed for a DIY project (to be revealed soon), and I ended up with quite alot of white plastic tubing that I really didn’t want to throw out. So I… Fortsett å lese Mini-diy: Homemade beads from electrical cables
Learn how you can modify your Rock Band Guitar Controller in cool ways.
Update! International visitors may want to jump over to the English version of the how-to article on how you easily can create a controller that lets you play Rock Band 2 or DJ Hero with a real guitar and a pair of boxing gloves. Føler du deg også som en pingle når du spiller Guitar… Fortsett å lese DIY: Spill Rock Band 2 med ekte gitar og boksehansker!
Circuit-bending specimen, originally uploaded by mskogly. I think I will spend part of this lazy Saturday prodding and poking at this electronic toy dog, bought for 19,- NOK from a thrift store in Hell. (Yes literally, Fretex thrift store run by the Salvation Army, and apytl located in a small place in Norway called Hell… Fortsett å lese Circuit-bending specimen
Make it and hang it in your garden, and watch it blink away happily when the wind blows. Check out photos and video from the build …
I came across a cool tutorial over at Instructables yesterday, for using an old AM/FM radio as an amplifier for your ipod or other portable audio device, and decided to give it a whirl. So this is the old radio I will use: Cool huh! It came with the house when we bought it from… Fortsett å lese DIY: The WEALTH AUTOPORTABLE homemade Ipod dock!