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Even since my friend who used to be a DJ showed me his sequencers and how he can make cool music, I’ve been fond of sequencers in general. But here’s a fantastic DIY lego sequencer you should take a look at where you can actually use lego pieces to build your sound.
I think this could also be great idea for teaching kids about sequencers and music. Brilliant!
Artist slash musician Yoshi Akai makes a lot of electronic musical instruments, including this 3-
Couple years back, I had my attempt (I like to call it Poor Man’s attempt btw) at making a simple laser projector. Well, I’ve seen better ones including this lego laser projector that uses diffraction grating to literally shoot laser beams into abysmal pit of awesomeness!
Check out this DIY iPhone Stand made with LEGO! It can even rotate 90 degrees flat or upright. If you are good with your hands and legos, this might be a great way to add a stylish iPhone holder to your desk.
Awhile back I had a couple of hours of build time (shocking but true) and a project that has been on my mind for some time was to create a nifty dock for my iPhone. As I began to create this little contraption I said to myself, “How could this be a bit cooler and
If you are out of time, you can buy a Lego USB flash drive over here but if you do have time to play around, try learning how to make a lego USB Flash Drive.
The finished product, the second image shows the original case for the memory stick and the final image shows the LED in action.
I was tempted to make an end cap, but it’d annoy me and I’d only loose it.
I’d have to say this is one of the coolest toys I’ve seen in awhile. It’s a lego-like pieces that can be assembled together and it requires NO BATTERY! The Topobo runs on some sorta kinetic motors, meaning it’s great for kids to learn movement without use of any electricity.
That’s right, no batteries are required to make these toys move, as the Topodo comes with a special set of kinetic memory motors. The
With all the crazy things you can do with legos, here’s another one, a lego valve stem cap that you can learn to make here.
I can’t take credit for this idea. Several years ago I had seen a Lego Edition Ford F-150 with blocks for valve stem caps. I decided to make my own. In this instructable I am going to make two for my motorcycle.
Check out this guy who made his own eletronic drum set. The first video explains the electronic drum set parts while the second video shows an awesome demo of the drums itself.
As you will see in the video i decide to use PVC pipes and parts due to that the parts are some how like Lego, but it not so easy, all the mechanic work on this set needed special tools for cut / drill / change diameters inside parts and more, In order to get the same feel with foot pedals i decide to use re
Nintendo Wii Fanboy blog has posted a bunch of really cool Nintendo Wii Zappers you can make.
Let me go through them for ya:
The Lego Zapper is really cool but I am not sure if it’s practical, you can check out the mod page here.
Lol, check out this cool RC controlled DIY Lego motorcycle, way too cool.