Category Archives: Graphics

Any technology related to computer graphics such as Flash, animations, etc…etc…

DIY – How to make an NES Wallet

Check out this cool NES wallet instructables!

Awesome!

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Illuminated House Numbers

Check out these cool LED illuminated house numbers you can get!

i-plane backlight panels by spore for plane address numerals. these backlight panels are led illuminated. they come in your choice of blue, green, red, or white. available in panels for one to five plane numerals. the power may be provided from a standard wired doorbell system or other low voltage power supply. power required: b-16 volts ac or 6-12 volts dc. the illumination is provided

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DIY Robot – Paint a robot online

Here’s a fun site you can paint your own robots. cool…

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Zedomax DIY 128 – HOW TO Make a Glowing Heart LED Night Light!

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video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_u5nO1TPrc

I was at my local Dollar Store the other day and when I saw this Heart shaped Touch Light, I had to hack one for my gf.Here’s a quick hack on how to make a regular Touch Light and make it into a Glowing Heart Night Light.

Click on “Continue reading” to see the complete howto.

Parts List

Touch Light from local Dollar Stor

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Mini Cooper Billboard in San Francisco

You can see this Mini Cooper Billboard in San Francisco on your way towards Bay Bridge. I guess this is actually RFID enabled which is kinda cool. Yes, it’s a very effective way of advertising as I do read it about 75% of the time that I pass by this spot looking for changes in what the Mini Cooper is saying… (mostly kinda stupid… one time it was saying something like “Be small and Go faster” or something) But it is indeed very creative. I don’t know if it actually can identify Mini drivers but I will try to see if

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DIY – Rope Lighting HOWTO

I remember buying these rope lights for Christmas last year for a DIY project but never got to finish it because I didn’t have any good ideas. But here’s a simple rope lighting that you can follow just by lookin’ at the pics.

These are two lights made out of rope light in the form of the traditional knots known as the “monkey’s fist” and “Turk’s head”.

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DIY Project – M&M Line Trace Robot!

Tight, check out this really cool M&M Line Trace Robot! It’s awesome! They should sell these at M&M stores. (I recently bought a M&M sculpture for my dad’s birthday but this is even better!)

For the holidays, my local grocery store sold m&m’s candy containers in the shape of a racecar. The containers are painted metal (probably steel), with a thin plastic coating on the inside. A dinky package of plain m&m’s came inside

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Giant human hamster wheel powers Giant Nose Picking machine!

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Oh boy, I am looking forward to this cool giant nose picking machine powered by human hamster wheels! (at the Maker Faire)

Here’s a fun interactive toy in the Rube Goldberg style. The “coin” is a 10′ human hamster wheel. Participants walk on the wheel. This turns a pulley which turns a large disc from an electrical spool which lifts a see-saw lever which lifts an “arm” which twists a finger into the nose of a 12 foot face suspended on a 23 foot tower.

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Post-It Super Mario and Donkey Kong!

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Remember our post on Post-It Pixel Wall? Well, here’s some Post-It Super Mario and Donkey Kong from 10 UC Santa Cruz students. Great job guys!

Donkey Kong (Miyamoto, et. al.,1981) was the first appearance of the Itallian plumber we now know as Mario. While this game’s early ’80s arcade popularity predates most of

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The Penny Pyramid

We dare you to build a larger and better penny pyramid than this one

We have all suffered from this affliction at one point or another. The subconscious act of simply dumping one pennies into a jar or other black hole type containers! In this site you will find economic reasons, constructive fun, and charitable options in ridding this uncontrollable urge. The “Penny Pyramid Project” is also here to promote and educate that the penny continues to be a very important denomination and

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