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Home DIY – How to Make Stainless Steel Backsplash Wall for your Home!

Here’s a great way to refresh your home using stainless steel sheets you can get at Home Depot.  Simply apply them to your walls and create a new modern “metallic” look at fraction of doing something else to your wall.

To compliment rather modest appliances and modest materials for the counters and floors, John used a thin sheet of stainless steel for his backsplash. Easy to clean, the steel adds a bit of glamour and sheen to the small open kitchen prep area. It can be purchased at any good hardware store and custom cut to fit yo

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Projector DIY – How to Make a Projector from Scratch!

Here’s a cool projector made completely from scratch using OHP, mirrors, and LCD.

I think this is a very good project since you can literally own a projector at the fraction of retail but you’d probably have to do it right.

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DIY Green/Red Laser Projector!


Wow, check out this green/red laser projector which can do animations.

This is one of my experimental Dance/Trance songs from 2000. I build laser systems for fun so I have put together pictures and clips from assembly to a full working system to go with the song. I know the song gets really annoying after awhile sorry. Iv’e been getting a lot of email asking how the projector works and what parts are in it. Here’s ho

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Porsche 911 Engine Test on Virtual Tracks!

Here’s a cool innovative way that Porsche 911 engine is tested using a simulated virtual race track.

Video after the jump.


The engineering geniuses at Porsche have designed a special moving dyno to test g-loads in a virtual ‘Ring. The system was used to test the upgraded dry sump oil system for the new 3.6- and 3.8-liter boxer engines powering the 2009 911 Carrera and Carrera S. The dry sump system n

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Nokia E71 Confirmed for Production!

Nokia E71 looks so much like Blackberry 8830 I’ve got here, perhaps slimmer. If the price is right, Nokia E71 might not be a bad choice.

The E71 is one of the thinnest phones we’ve ever seen exit the doors of the Finnish giant, at 10mm thick, but there’s still plenty of room for everything you’d expect out of an E series phone like WiFi, HSDPA, A-GPS and even a 3.2 megapixel camera and a front facing camera for video chat — the main place the E71 differs on specs from its new E66 sibling is the 2.36-inch QVGA screen,

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Roadrunner Supercomputer – The Fastest $133 Million computer in the World!

I’ve always been fond of supercomputers and I even did a college final project on supercomputers. (That’s 10 years ago..)

Here’s Roadrunner Supercomputer, based out of Los Alamos National Laboratory, supposedly a lot faster than the now-runner-up BlueGene from Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in Livermore, California.

Damn, I wish Google released how big their computers are, I bet it lists high on the list too.

The new machine is more than twice as fast as the previous fastest supercomputer, the I.B.M. BlueGene/L, whic

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JoBe Lighting Launces its Outdoor Lighting Stones!

Check out some of these “stone” lights that can lighten up your outdoor patio or porch.  Now, these lights are perfect for stoners.

JoBe Lighting(www.jobe-lighting.com) launched its new lighting product ‘Beckstone’ in U.S market at the Lightfair International in Las Vegas from May 28 to 30, 2008.

The Beckstone is encased in a solid block of resin, and is virtually undetectable from an ordinary pavestone by daylight.

The durability of this resin allows Beckstones the

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DIY – How to make your own balancing skateboard for exercising


If you go to health clubs, sometimes you will see these cool balancing boards and a lot of skateboarders use these to actually practice balancing and doing nollies. Well, I am really inclined to build this one myself, it really works out your lower body and increases your ability to balance yourself. This can also be very good for snowboarders during the off-season, to keep their balancing abilities to top shape. (OR just skateboard like me…)

Build an indoor board (balance board) that can be used for indoor sur

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