The Blue LED In Your Nose That Pulses When You Breathe (Video)

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I don’t really understand why you’d want to do this, but I don’t really understand a lot of that whole “body modification” kind of thing to begin with. At least this is totally temporary. In the video below, you can see Noda Akira showing off his latest creation: a blue LED that you stick up your nostril and it will respond to your breathing by lighting up.

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Guide to DIY USB Host on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

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Using a dock connector form Kineteka, a couple of 10k ohm resistors, one donor USB extender cable, and some cable cleanup stuff like heat shrink and tape, you can make your own USB host for your Galaxy Tab 10.1. You’ll need to do some chopping, splitting of wires, and soldering of resistors, so while it’s not the most complex of hacks, it’s not a plug and play affair either.

In any case, you can check out the full DIY tutorial on Careace.net

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Video: Massive slingshot cannon goes medieval on your car

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The Slingshot Cannon weighs about 200 pounds and is powerful enough to destroy a small car. With a giant rubber band. Last year, the inventor made a little toy-sized model that was fully functional with its 8mm steel balls, but that was just a destructive little toy. This year’s model is ten times bigger.

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The DIY Geiger Counter That Automatically Tweets Its Readings

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Radiation is poisoning is no laughing matter. Microsoft technical program manager Fabien Royer speaks from experience, seeing how he was in France during the 1986 Chernobyl disaster. Now that we are looking at the Fukashima plant, Royer has taken matters into his own hands and build a Geiger counter.

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Want to see yourself from a third person perspective?

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The guys and gals at Instructable have put together an interesting rig that accomplishes exactly that. Basically, it allows you to create a third-person view of yourself by having a camera mounted somewhere away from your body. In the instance of the guy in the provided picture, it’s the usual “behind the shoulder” view that you get in quite a few video games.

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NES Cartridge modded as wireless router, exterior sticker and all

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The Nintendo gaming system has won fans all over the world with its amazing capabilities. The uniqueness of the games and novelty of the machine makes the NES a must have for every true video game aficionado. If you like to do your own hack jobs and fabricate unique looking products then you should definitely have a look at the NES cartridge wireless router.

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How to Make Any Glove Touchscreen Friendly

If you happen to own a smartphone with a resistive touchscreen, like a good number of Windows Mobile phones from overseas, then you can probably use your gloved fingers without issue. However, if you happen to own something like the Apple iPhone with a capacitive touchscreen, you’ll notice that your gloved fingers are completely useless […]

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