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DIY: Become a Mad Cyborg… Part human, part dead computers

M.C. Langer was an ordinary DIY artist until a bizarre accident (papercut printing an instructable) crippled him physically and mentally. Now, he had to rebuild his damaged body with dead computers pieces for the only target in his twisted mind: REVENGE AGAINST INSTRUCTABLES.COM!!

(What?? It was a big papercut. And It hurt so much. And the instructable was the Bacon Cheesecake Brownies recipe. I’m barely alive…)

If you want to join me in this insane quest, you will need your own cyborg attachments, so I will teach you how to make props of a mechanical arm (the clamp can be activated by spring action or motorized action, I will show both possibilities), a face plate (the eye lights) and the battle vest (the chest plate lights too).

And the best part? The props are made 90% of dead computers pieces. You will find here plastic cases of almost any kind of computer parts or accessories related with computers, PC and MAC. (Curiously, the only thing you will not find here is a mouse).

(by M.C. Langer)

Chávez que no se meta con los colombianos, capáz y nos manden una tropa de cyborgs así hehehehe… <3

Upgrade your original 1984 Macintosh to run OS X Snow Leopard

The original Macintosh took the the world by storm with its small form factor, and above standard speeds. This project aims to show you how to upgrade your original 1984 macintosh to the specification of a modern day machine. The original Macintosh had an 8mhz processor, my upgrades will boost it to a speed 200x faster than that. Giving us enough speed to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

(by gmjhowe)
No me gusta el diseño de esas cornetas, por lo menos pudo haber elegido otro diseño más retro, no sé&#8230; unas de IBM Aptiva

Upgrade your original 1984 Macintosh to run OS X Snow Leopard

The original Macintosh took the the world by storm with its small form factor, and above standard speeds. This project aims to show you how to upgrade your original 1984 macintosh to the specification of a modern day machine.

The original Macintosh had an 8mhz processor, my upgrades will boost it to a speed 200x faster than that. Giving us enough speed to install Mac OS X Snow Leopard.

(by gmjhowe)

No me gusta el diseño de esas cornetas, por lo menos pudo haber elegido otro diseño más retro, no sé… unas de IBM Aptiva

Clockwork: K’nex Ball Machine

This is Clockwork, my fifth major K’nex ball machine, and my largest and most complex K’nex structure to date.

It took 8 months to build, has over 40,000 pieces, over 450 feet of track, 21 different paths, 8 motors, 5 lifts, and a one-of-a-kind computer-controlled crane, as well as two computer-controlled illuminated K’nex balls.

DIY: Convert Your Horse into a Red Horned Dragon!

Time to make your horse look FANTASY TOUGH with a leather dragon mask. Once your horse has been transformed into a dragon, you can ride it around breathing fire on anything that is in your way.

(vía Obvious Winner; Fury-Fantasy)

DIY: Geektastic Star Wars LEGO Clock

My son made this clock in clay class when he was 4 years old. Make sure it is 12&#8221; in diameter or larger if making yours out of clay or wood but you could also use a pre-made wood clock face.
A search on ebay would get you pre-drilled wooden ones for a reasonable price. His clay broke as you can probably tell from the pictures but we glued it back together and it still works.

(by YOUgNeek)

DIY: Geektastic Star Wars LEGO Clock

My son made this clock in clay class when he was 4 years old. Make sure it is 12” in diameter or larger if making yours out of clay or wood but you could also use a pre-made wood clock face.

A search on ebay would get you pre-drilled wooden ones for a reasonable price. His clay broke as you can probably tell from the pictures but we glued it back together and it still works.

(by YOUgNeek)

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