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Stargate Atlantis Theater

Stargate Atlantis Theater
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Even a Wraith would love Jacob Yarmuth’s Stargate Atlantis home theater; it features a 10 ft. Stargate with a 96″ screen, THX sound system, motion sensor doors, and fiber optic starscape.

12 Stars
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Electronic Christmas Tree

Electronic Christmas Tree

If you prefer ohms to ornaments, Evil Mad Scientist Labs has decked their tree with resistors and other electronic components; got other holiday plans? Check out the LED Menorah Kit.

2 Stars
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DIY: LED/Plexiglass Desk

DIY: LED/Plexiglass Desk

Will Urbina’s “The Desk” is an uber-case mod which puts the computer in a see-through, LED-lit Plexiglass table; perched above is “The Tower”, is a 5-drive hard disk cluster.

20 Stars
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DIY: Batlamp

DIY: Batlamp

While it may not be bright enough to signal the Dark Knight, this Batlamp is ideal for do-gooder decorating; made with cardboard and RGB LEDs, the lighting is controlled by Arduino.

11 Stars
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Mobius Bagel

Mobius Bagel

It’s the meal that never ends: while not a true Mobius strip, George Hart’s Mobius Bagel is a topological godsend for maximizing spreadable surface area; in other words, mo’ cream cheese.

26 Stars
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DIY: Touch Screen Gloves

DIY: Touch Screen Gloves

Ideal for folks living in chilly climes, Steve Hoefer teaches you how to make any pair of gloves touch screen-friendly: all you’ll need is a needle and about 12″ of conductive thread.

17 Stars
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DIY: Jim’s P-38

DIY: Jim’s P-38

Easily the baddest-ass DIY’ers ever, 81-year old Jim O’Hara and his wife have built a two-thirds scale P-38 fighter using little more than CAD plans; it made its maiden flight 10/24/09.

20 Stars
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NVIDIA ION Cube PC

NVIDIA ION Cube PC

Bill Owen’s NVIDIA ION Cube PC is a working work-of-art: the aluminum and acrylic case rotates 360 degrees on a pedestal, with an Atom CPU running on an ION 330 motherboard.

15 Stars
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Roomba Pac-Man

Roomba Pac-Man

Created by unmanned vehicle researchers, Roomba Pac-Man eats ghosts instead of dustballs; it uses cameras, Wi-Fi, and localization sensors–all controlled by joystick, of course.

9 Stars
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LEGO Howl’s Castle

LEGO Howl’s Castle

Based on the Hayao Miyazaki anime film of the same name, Imagine Rigney’s Howl’s Moving Castle is a LEGO tour-de-force; it’s as detailed on the inside as it is on the outside.

34 Stars
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LEGO NES

LEGO NES

Dave Sterling’s NES (and TV and controllers) are crafted out of LEGOs, but we’re most impressed by the NES itself: it sports spring loaded buttons and a push-down cartridge loading system.

8 Stars
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DIY: District 9 Gun

DIY: District 9 Gun

You won’t need an alien hand to own one, but you’ll need a steady hand to make one: learn how to build your own District 9 Gun using XPS foam, Isopon P38, cardboard, and PVA glue.

16 Stars
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30 DIY Halloween Props

30 DIY Halloween Props

In need of uber-terrifying last minute props for Saturday? Spook no further than Hack N Mod’s collection of 30 DIY Halloween Props, which includes a pneumatic werewolf and grave grabbers.

9 Stars
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DIY: Lunar Lander

DIY: Lunar Lander

Cobbled together from junk parts, Iain Sharp’s real-life, analog version of Atari’s 1979 Lunar Lander game is out of this world; it’s powered by a pair of old PCs and Sharp’s own software.

5 Stars
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Video: Happiness Hat

Video: Happiness Hat

Coming to a customer service desk near you, the Happiness Hat is disturbing yet awesome: a servo motor moves a metal spike into the head whenever it notices you’re not smiling.

31 Stars
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DIY: Tesla Spirit Radio

DIY: Tesla Spirit Radio

So spooky that it terrified even Nikola Tesla, the Tesla Spirit Radio is a crystal radio circuit in a jam jar that picks up everything from EM radiation and sound waves to vibrations.

18 Stars
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Video: iPhone Costumes

Video: iPhone Costumes

Made with $2,000, two 42″ LCD TVs, and crapload of fingerprints, John and Reko’s iPhone Costumes actually work–they’ve modified their iPhone 3GS to allow live dual image output.

13 Stars
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Video: Cardboard Camera

Video: Cardboard Camera

Kiel Johnson’s giant Cardboard Twin-Lens Reflex Camera looks cool enough as he builds it in the time-lapse video above, but here’s what wowed us: it actually takes pictures.

5 Stars
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LEGO Foosball Table

LEGO Foosball Table

Made by graphic designer Matthew Davidson, this LEGO Foosball Table may look simple with wheels as knobs, but it’s fun to play; his son insists on several matches every night.

11 Stars
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Covenant Elite Costume

Covenant Elite Costume

Putting the Halo in Halloween, Pete Mander’s Covenant Elite costume also puts anything we’ve ever fielded to shame; it features joystick-operated top and bottom mandibles.

22 Stars
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World’s Loudest Alarm

World’s Loudest Alarm

Warning: do not try this at home (or anywhere else); Kipkay.com has built the world’s loudest alarm clock, replacing a cheap 1″ speaker with two ear-splitting, 140 dB electric horns.

17 Stars
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