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DIY RGB LED Color Table!

Here’s an awesome DIY RGB LED Color Table that will knock the socks off your shoes.  Check out the videos at the bottom where you can watch the RGB table go nuts with equalizers.  Hmmm… I wonder if he can turn it into a Tetris game, “that” would be awesome.

My name is Edo, I am a 23 years old from Hamburg Germany and I’m studying computer science at the Hamburg university of applied science. I used one Arduino Duemilinove to control 12 TLC5940 Chips. There is is one 5mm RGB LED in each of the 64 sections. The dimensions of the Table are 50×50×12 cent

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Food Hack – How to Make French Fries from Scratch!

I’ve actually done this a million times, make french fries from scratch using real potatoes.  It’s actually a great way to make french fries as your fries will end up tasting very fresh and homemade.

Of course, I have to point out that after you cut the french fries, make sure to store them in the freezer right away if you are not going to fry them as they will turn brown and not taste as good.

Easy fast french fries made from scratch! These are the best fries you will ever have. Season them to your taste – salt & pep

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Best Pocket Projectors Review!

Well, it’s that time of the year, yes, we have bunch of pocket micro projectors you can buy.

Whether you are using for your next business or your next movie (practically anywhere where there’s a wall), you can get it and it will cost you less than $300 for most micro projectors.

First up we have the Optoma PK-101 Pico Pocket Projector priced at $219.99,

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Wii Hacks – How to Hack Any Stubborn Wii with DriveKey!



Well, if you are a Wii fanatic, you will want to hear this, you can now use DriveKey to hack any stubborn Wii that couldn’t be hacked previously:

we are proud to introduce you to the world first mod chip for the Wii D3 DVD drives the Wii DriveKey mod chip, this device will allow you to play your backups and games from other regions the same as you would with a chipped machine but uses no wires at

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Intel Core i7 Rave and Reviews!

Well, it’s a miracle that Intel keeps on making faster better chips, this time with the Core i7.

In short, the Intel Core i7 features QuickPath interface instead of the traditional Front Side Bus (FSB), on-processor memory controller for faster CPU-to-memory access, support for DDR3 memory modules, re-implem

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Cat Flap Door Activated by RFID Chip!

Do you have a cat that has a lot of other cat “friends”?  Well, if you are having some trouble keeping those friends from stealing your own cat’s food or anything else, here’s a Cat Flap Door that’s activated by RFID chip; it can also work with exisiting ID-chips. (if your cat already has one)  If you need a similar device for a dog, check this out.

Install the Pet Porte microchip cat flap and when your furry friend comes in, the

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Ford’s Key with a Chip prevents Teenagers from driving over 80MPH and more Parental Control!

Well, Ford has decided to add a new Parental Control to their cars by having a Smart Key with a chip that can limit how fast your teenage daughter/son drives, how loud the stereo is played, and other features that can help your child stay out of trouble.

I think this is a really good idea and it won’t cost the car manufacturer another dime since most of that is already controlled by a car-resident computer.  The only money they will really have to spend is on the chips inside the key but that still should cost less than a quarter per chip as

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Peek Email Device Dissected!

Remember the Peek E-mail device that’s going to replace your Blackberry?  Well, here’s a reader who decided to see what’s “inside”.

Looks really well made – I was impressed by the aluminum backbone that supports the keyboard and the screen. The insides are very simple – just a few highly integrated chips. I haven’t hooked up the micro USB cable yet… I’m sure someone will beat me to it!


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TouchTable is a Touchscreen Roulette Table!

I don’t think Vegas hotels would be switching to touchscreen roulette tables anytime soon but it’s definitely a great product for enjoying the game without chips.

Also doing away with the conventional idea of chips and money-on-the-table, time to run a game cycle is lowered considerably and chances of the dealer to cheat are reduced. Bets are placed with less effort electronically and new possib

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DIY High Power LED Blinking Circuit!


Here’s a fun little DIY with high powered LEDs.

Now by the time that you start talking about blinking the high power LEDs– you shouldn’t be surprised if people start whipping out the heavy artillery: 555 timer chips, transistors, boost converters, microcontrollers, solid state relays, and/or dedicated LED driver chips. While each of those does have its place, sometimes it’s nice to have a simpler and much less expensive alternative.

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