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gizmodo.com 503,946
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Slashbot - Guitar Hero Robot by Texas A&M Electrical Engineering ...
But they are so interesting, this Slashbot Guitar Hero Robot by Texas A&M Electrical Engineering uses similar principals as Auto Guitar Hero ...
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Sunspot Google Earth Flight Simulator Bike Ride - Hacked Gadgets ...
4 Responses to “Sunspot Google Earth Flight Simulator Bike Ride”. Google Earth Flight Simulator Bike Ride | TekeeNews - Technology News Says ...
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Ice Cream Making Robot using KUKA Robots - Hacked Gadgets - DIY ...
Many articles about hacking gadgets. Examples of extreme technology. DIY projects describing how to build electronic projects. Fun top 5 and top 10 lists.
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Ice Cream Making Robot using KUKA Robots - Hacked Gadgets - DIY ...
Ice Cream Making Robot using KUKA Robots […] Allan Jones Says: March 4th, 2009. If you really want to see something cool, see the robots at Discovery Ice ...
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Speaker made from old iPods - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog
Jan 1, 2009 ... go well with any Mac setup. Hit the link for complete instructions. [Voiding Warranties via Hacked Gadgets via […] DIY iPod Desktop Speakers ...
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Reverse Cell Phone Searches Used to Unmask Unknown Phone Numbers ...
A new type of phone directory that provides access to reverse phone number lookups offers users the ability to lookup the name associated ...
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Halloween Blinking Eyes - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog
Oct 17, 2006 ... 4 Responses to “Halloween Blinking Eyes”. Steve Says: October 17th, 2006. Is there a reason why this was made so complicated? ...
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Halloween Blinking Eyes - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog
Oct 17, 2006 ... 4 Responses to “Halloween Blinking Eyes”. Steve Says: ... it is so trivial to blink some lights with the most basic of electronic circuits. ...
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DIY Halloween Flying Crank Ghost - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog
5 Responses to “DIY Halloween Flying Crank Ghost”. The "Flying Crank Ghost" kitMAKE Magazine Says: October 7th, 2006 ...
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DIY Halloween Flying Crank Ghost - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog
5 Responses to “DIY Halloween Flying Crank Ghost”. The "Flying Crank Ghost" kitMAKE Magazine Says: October 7th, 2006 ...
 
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