A Chinese farmer took about three months and $1600(USD) to build this rather unusual electric vehicle which harvests its energy from wind and stores it for up to 87 miles per charge.
These special building blocks let you create usable furniture, thanks to their increased height-to-width ratio and tall studs which help make their connections more stable than LEGO bricks.
DIY weapons specialist Nighthawkinlight shows us how to make an Airsoft-style machine gun using a soda bottle and an air compressor blow gun. It doesn’t get points for style, but it does the job.
What’s so romantic about a star projector? Oh. Right. Still, you don’t really need a cuddle-buddy to appreciate this DIY astro-projector with a rotating base and compass point allignments.
Ever wondered how they get those model ships into bottles? Watch this video and learn. Julia Morley’s LEGO ship-in-a-bottle build makes our brains hurt. We’d never have the patience to try this.
Screwdrivers are the power source in the EX Vehicle, a three-wheeled machine with whole body steering. It has a top speed of 18 mph and uses 2 twin 18-volt electronic screwdrivers as batteries.
Ah, DIY’ers: Check out these katana blades and some homemade housing that, when combined, make a tidy little pair of Wolverine claws that pop out at will (by moving your arm). (Thanks Nick!)