Make the cub scout rocket derby a blast.
Explore the airwaves with this batteryless AM radio receiver.
Get some trusty 555 timer ICs, and you can create a pair of game show buttons.
Explore three "hot/cold" projects with one circuit.
Build a bright, energy-efficient lamp with LEDs and PVC.
Build a light-programmable effects box for your guitar.
Using the humble 555 timer chip you can control three different types of motors.
Turn a MAKE MintDuino and Mintronics Survival Pack into a fun memory game.
Wearable fashion technology that glows!
Stop snoops with this sneaky gizmo!
Build a fun solar-powered roller or symet BEAM bot.
Make a wireless "bug" and hide it inside a hollowed-out book.
Learn about and build simple glowing circuits!
Build an optical guitar using the LM386 amp.
Mod a remote-controlled toy and see what it sees.
Make an obnoxious device to discourage animals from jumping on beds and couches.
Build a powered speaker and amplify your portable music player.
Build a basic alarm buzzer using a PIR sensor and an Arduino.
Build a data logger to gather information about sunlight.
Create a touchless 3D tracking interface with Arduino.
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Plug in and turn up any sound-making battery toy.
Add an anti-theft alarm to your messenger bag!
Modify an ordinary AM/FM radio to eavesdrop on air traffic control.
Glowing sign uses an LED and internal reflection for a fascinating visual effect.
Use the ever-popular 555 timer chip to create an instrument of the retro-future!
A simple handheld synth and looper box that generates intriguing sonic rhythms.
This prank gadget frustrates people, but only you know...
Talk in secret over your own private laser beam link.
Juice your flipper with sunlight.
A simple-to-make charger that safely recharges many USB devices using solar power.
Build a metal detector for a fraction of the cost.
Convert a webcam into a fun USB microscope.
Turn a few common components into a wearable dance floor light show!
555 timer chips create a mini version of the "Whack-a-Mole" arcade game.
A wooden arm swats at objects when they draw near.