A working hardware replica of the Macintosh Plus and Macintosh 512Ke computers on an FPGA
Home-built rocket climbs to 121,000 feet in 92 seconds
If you’re looking for a simple Ardunio project, why not replicate the first personal computer?
Milkymist One, an open source VJ console, on sale now
Fully fretted guitar MIDI controller
Harvest power-cells from dead laptop batteries for home electronics projects
Atmel and Arduino collaborate on AVR and ARM-based development platforms
A cheap DIY flying drone that can break into Wi-Fi networks and turn computers into zombies that can be controlled remotely
Hack 36: Role the Mental Dice
Quick! You need a way to generate random numbers using just your brain, because you're playing in the pool, driving, falling asleep, or doing something else that makes it difficult to roll physical dice. Maybe you're playing games (board, role-playing, or purely mental) or breaking out of a rut by making decisions randomly. Don't panic – you can use simple math on random words from your surroundings to quickly create random numbers, just about anytime and anywhere.
Electronic Whack-a-Mole game
12 NASA blueprints for building your own spaceship
Meet Radio Shack’s new Parallax lineup
Heathkit getting back in the kit business
TSA Closes Terminal Over Science Project In Mint Tin
Five Fun Microcontrolled Bots to Build
Splitting atoms at home is not a good idea.
Texting from a teletype machine
Core77 Design Awards DIY/hack/mod winners
Radio Shack announces “The Great Create”