Secret Doors, Drawers & Compartments To make all of these Instructables, download this collection of How To’s as an ebook. Download » Bruce Wayne hid the entrance to the Batcave behind a bookcase, operated by a button hidden in a bust of Shakespeare. Ever wanted to make your own? This guide features 16 projects built by our users made to keep your stuff safe and hidden from view. Instructables is the most popular project-sharing community on the Internet. Come diventare maker? Ecco da dove partire Negli Usa, le scuole per maker ormai sono una realtà affermata. Al punto che i colleghi di Wired.com sono stati in grado di creare una classifica delle dieci migliori scuole dove imparare “cose che servono a pagarsi le spese”. Fra queste hanno inserito realtà online come Codeacademy, dove si impara a programmare, e Skillshare, dove si trovano lezioni di tutto in diverse città (mancano ancora le italiane). In Italia per ora c’è poco, ma abbiamo provato a vedere quali sono le realtà attorno alle quali si sta sviluppando la realtà dei maker, il cui fenomeno ha avuto l’apice nel World Wide Rome svoltosi di recente a Roma e capace di attrarre 1.300 persone. Punto di partenza quasi obbligatorio è il FabLab Italia di Torino, ospitato dalle Officine Arduino: uno spazio in cui tutti posso progettare e co-progettare o direttamente realizzare oggetti propri. A Milano troviamo Frankestain Garage, unica realtà italiana presente nella lista della Fab Academy.
Duplicati How To Make a Secret Hollow Book: The first step into making the hollow book is to select a book. Make sure this is a book your own, and not one belonging to the library, or your family. I suggest rummaging through books at yard/garage sales. Make sure it is a hardback; otherwise you will cut all the way through the other side when you are cutting out the insides.You'll also need: Elmer's white gluea container to hold glue solution (I've chosen a film canister)X-acto knife, and/or box cutter. Both if you have thembrush to apply glue solutionpencil/penruler, or other rigid straight edgeSelect a page that you want to be the first one cut out, and save that page to be cut out at the end. Mix a solution of white glue and water. Holding the remaining pages together, brush the edges with the glue solution - enough to soak in pretty well, but not too drippy. Allow this to dry, but use a spacer so the first couple pages, and the front cover don't get stuck. When dry, open the book to the first glued page. Happy hiding.
How to DIY When You Don't Know Where to Start The easiest way to start is by just touching something.... anything really. Take (for example) a leaky faucet. You go to tighten it with some channel lock pliers, and because it's been leaking forever, it breaks off at the base where you were tightening. Top 10 DIY Tech Gifts @keyboard-vomit: Yeah, but wouldn't it be awesome if some of our not so tech friends actually attempted (and accomplished) one or more of these feats? I mean, when "it's the thought that counts," shouldn't it be a thought about something we'd actually appreciate. Then again, maybe socks are your thing. ;) @HunterShoptaw: That they are, I'm wanting some socks with an integrated HDD, and some USB connectivity. @HunterShoptaw: The thought does count, but it sure would be nice if they enjoyed the gift too. Last year, I circumnavigated the 2nd biggest mall in the country (King of Prussia) with a buddy of mine, and we both came up with squat for our wives. So for this year, I created wishgenies dot com for people who WANT to give good gifts, but don't know what they'll want. @keyboard-vomit: I swear that some day, some how...Google will be able to find my lost socks.
TED: MIT Students Turn Internet Into a Sixth Human Sense -- Video | Epicenter LONG BEACH, California — Students at the MIT Media Lab have developed a wearable computing system that turns any surface into an interactive display screen. The wearer can summon virtual gadgets and internet data at will, then dispel them like smoke when they’re done. Pattie Maes of the lab’s Fluid Interfaces group said the research is aimed at creating a new digital "sixth sense" for humans. In the tactile world, we use our five senses to take in information about our environment and respond to it, Maes explained. The prototype was built from an ordinary webcam and a battery-powered 3M projector, with an attached mirror — all connected to an internet-enabled mobile phone. Maes showed a video of her student Pranav Mistry who she describes as the brains behind the project. The gestures can be as simple as using his fingers and thumbs to create a picture frame that tells the camera to snap a photo, which is saved to his mobile phone. See Other TED 2009 Coverage:
Using Google Public DNS - Public DNS Configuring your network settings to use Google Public DNS When you use Google Public DNS, you are changing your DNS "switchboard" operator from your ISP to Google Public DNS. In most cases, the IP addresses used by your ISP's domain name servers are automatically set by your ISP via the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). To use Google Public DNS, you need to explicitly change the DNS settings in your operating system or device to use the Google Public DNS IP addresses. The procedure for changing your DNS settings varies according to operating system and version (Windows, Mac or Linux) or the device (computer, phone, or router). Note: We recommend that only users who are proficient with configuring operating system settings make these changes. Important: Before you start Before you change your DNS settings to use Google Public DNS, be sure to write down the current server addresses or settings on a piece of paper. Google Public DNS IP addresses Changing your DNS servers settings
DIY Gear: Create Your Own Awesome Believe it or not, Do-It-Yourself isn’t just the realm of Bob Vila and that dude Ty on all those Discovery shows. You can, in fact, do it yourself. With a helpful bit of inspiration and an almost complete lack of instruction (exactly how we like it), you can combine found items and a bit of know-how into some seriously awesome stuff for your home – without the obscene price tag that high designers and big box stores would charge you for similar items. Like any good vacation, the planning of any project starts with the destination. So here you go, here are your destinations. Just add testosterone and power tools wherever possible. Disclaimer: Real life DIY doesn’t have a standby emergency team. This Hyundai sponsored post is about snapping out of the norm and creating your own awesome. Wall Lamp Pipe Shelf Calculate your desired shelf size. Beer Bottle Chandeliers BoomCase On the surface, it’s just a cool vintage suitcase with speakers inside. Metal Barrel Cupboard Pipe Works Coat Rack Mr.
Top 10 Essential DIY Skills That Aren't as Hard as You Think I think it depends on your definition of "maintenance." I wouldn't hesitate to change my own oil or something like that but I wouldn't dream of replacing a radiator myself. That isn't my idea of "maintenance." That's fixing something. Sorry you are afraid of doing that stuff, but even a complete engine rebuild is easy to do, and no you don't need "special tools" unless you call things beyond a hammer and screwdriver "special" I can do a front end alignment on a car in my driveway with a tape measure and a couple of carpenters squares along with the wrenches most people would have. Also if you do buy the cheap but special tools you can replace your own tires and balance them better than the "laser computerized" balance machine at the tire place. In fact the only expensive special tools I need are a Crane and engine run stand. Danger? This is why I don't take my cars to the dealer for any routine maintenance. Aside from that, dealers are inconvenient.
Build Your Own Grid-It Tech Organizer in a Vintage Book No! NOOO! As cool as this may look, I just cannot do this! Say I actually went through with this, probably under deep sedation, then what would I have? The only way I can see myself going through with this would be to find a book that I so thoroughly DESPISE that I would want to carry around with me for the rest of my life a perpetual reminder of the eternal spite and loathing that I have for that author and his or her lump of inestimable drivel. Then, in the tears of the vanquished, I would see my own reflection and despair for the irreperable harm that I've caused to not only another book - but to a fellow book lover. No, Melanie Pinola, I cannot do this.
The Blog featuring best of DIY, HOW TO, Hacks, Gadgets, and more Technology! I just Survived an Airplane Crash! I still remember very vividly. Recently I was headed from somewhere in Arizona to San Francisco on flight 824. As usual, the flight was pretty darn boring, and life was same as usual. Then suddenly, nearing our destination in San Francisco, the airplane started free-falling. Even worse, I could feel the plane’s nose slowly turning towards earth, which made me think that it’s impossible at this point for the airplane to correct itself. One of the doors on t Click Here to Read Full Article DIY QuadroCopter Built with Arduino and Wii Motion Plus! Officially (or unofficially), RC helicopters are DEAD as we know it but quadrocopters are become ever more popular. The project uses Wii Motion Plus coupled with I2C communication to Arduino unit to make use of the gyroscopes inside and also save a bunch of money on the setup. Click Here to Read Full Article Windows 8 Boots Up INSTANTLY! Click Here to Read Full Article How Do Hummingbirds Sing With Their Tails?
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