Tagged: Amazing DIY projects

japanese-hack-can-help-you-save-your-wet-notebook-in-no-time 0

Japanese Hack Can Help You Save Your Wet Notebook In No Time

Meet Jaluka Nohana, a Japanese artist, illustrator and author. Jaluka has a quick fix for your wet notebooks and how to save them. We all can relate to either getting caught in rain on our way back home or spilling a drink onto our notebooks. Usually the result is living...

Geek Builds Iron Man Suit Capable Of Flying 0

Watch How This Geek Built An Iron Man Suit Capable Of Flying

Iron Man is the real geek out there, right? The Marvel’s Icon has inspired a lot of geeks from all around the world and we keep hearing about die-hard fans cosplaying as the Iron Man, however, few have done what James Hobson has set out to do. YouTuber, The Hacksmith...

here-is-how-a-tilt-out-garbage-and-recycling-cabinet-is-made 0

Geek Makes A Tilt-Out Garbage And Recycling Cabinet

Check out how a tilt-out garbage and a recycling cabinet was built. A cabinet that is capable of hiding the trash and recycling cans so that you can pretend that you don’t produce any garbage. First of all, the cabinet was designed using OpenSCAD. It was made customizable so that...

check-out-30-amazing-diy-projects 0

These 30 Geeky DIY Projects Are A Must Do

DIY projects are just amazing. The reason being that you can pick the projects according to your taste and then make them in your own choice of colours and textures which you can later on use to your heart’s content. Whether you’re aiming for efficiency, decoration, fun, or self-sufficiency, there’s...

Check Out The 10 Uses Of A Paperclip 0

10 Things You Can Do With Paperclips

Based on our imagination, paperclips are capable of solving tons of daily predicaments due to its incredible geometry and design. Following are the 10 things that you make with the help of paperclips: 10. Paper Clip Motor In case you are interested in the kinds of toys that collaborate with...

Have A Look At 12 Incredible Ideas to Conceal An Unsightly Air Conditioning Unit 0

12 Incredible Ideas to Conceal An Unsightly Air Conditioning Unit

Despite the fact that it is considered a luxury to have air conditioning in your home, the appearance and location of the units themselves are not something likeable. They are mentioned as eyesores by several homeowners who are eager to do anything to hide their hideous appearance. While we know...

mitticool 4 0

Indian Guy Creates Fridge Mitticool, That Works Without Electricity

In the wake of the devastating earthquake that rocked the Indian state of Gujarat in 2001, Mansukhbhai Prajapati came up with the idea of a refrigerator that did not electricity to run. Prajapati was prompted into making such a fridge when he saw his home-made water filter on the news...

mini water treatment plant 0

This Miniature Water Treatment Plant Is Amazing

We take turning on our taps to get clean drinking water for granted in many developed countries but the truth is, clean drinking water is a luxury in many countries of the world. However, the process of cleaning the water into drinkable form is easy enough to understand for any...

How To Build A DIY Wireless Charger For Smartphone 0

How To Build A DIY Wireless Charger For Smartphone

The world has been taken by storm with wireless inductive charging. But, in its large-scale adoption, the absence of a wireless charging standard proposes a major trouble. You are capable of manufacturing a wireless charger at home rather than buying a new one and all you need is a CNC...

The World's Smartest Pizza Box is Here (1) 0

Check Out The World’s Smartest Pizza Box

Sometimes, engineering wind up in the most unusual places. Every so often the things that go unnoticed the most are the ones that that hold some of the most inspiring engineering. For example, a pizza box. While this box is not one of the weirdest achievements of engineering, there is...

A Geek Builds a Processor The Size Of A Room (1) 0

A Geek Builds A Processor The Size Of A Room To Play Tetris

If you think you are the craziest person on the earth about computing, then you are wrong because there exists a man who has spent four years of his life to build a processor the size of a room for £40,000 (US $51,590). A digital electronic engineer, James Newman, was...

Translate »