Instructables user grandpapaning has built this pretty neat tap-dancing robot. In actuality, it serves no purpose whatsoever. In practice though, it’s a great way to teach people about the different areas of science – Electricity, electronics, mechanical design, turning electrical signals into physical forces. In general, lots of stuff. It’s all pretty neat really. There’s … Continued
Looks like tons of fun honestly.
Hopefully this coming winter will be better then last and something like a the above video. Hopefully… The system itself is pretty simple, take a back mounted leaf blower attach some cut PVC with a plunger on it to a Y on the hose. Then push some pre-made snowballs in and watch the carnage. I … Continued
This is a unique take on the “do something every day for a year” trend that crops up every so often on the internet. Paul Delgado decided to record himself singing two notes from Bach’s Cello Suite No.1 every day. Each one of these one second of videos was then sliced together into the the … Continued
I’ve posted quite a bit of DIY maps forged in Halo 5 that blend the chaos of some classic Halo matches, with other universes. This one is pretty neat, if just alittle uninspiring in terms of unique elements. It’s really just a room with some Zelda Themed wall decorations. Granted, that’s all Griffball maps are, … Continued
A Crap ton of Marbles. 11,000 according to the video description to be sure. I’m sure there are more there, that large trey at the end seemed like the markers were past the 10,000 point before it flipped. There weren’t that many different paths for the marbles to go though. I think it would have … Continued
There’s not much else to say here. Welcome to the greatest musical video I have ever seen. Well, the first 1/3 anyway, with Joyful Joyful, which reminds me of Christmas time, and, more specifically, Die Hard.
Thanks to the Hydraulic Press Channel, People with access to high power dangerous equipment have an entirely new revenue stream thanks to YouTube videos. That’s just the premise of the WaterJet Channel, they have a high power water jet that they use to cut things in half. Just like the HPC, they seem to know … Continued
Common American folklore states that Thanksgiving was when the Indians helped the pilgrims from the Mayflower survive the winter. This is mostly true, however, the real history can be traced back to the colonists from Roanoke. They are the reason why this feast is celebrated, though not for what you would think. Read on, for a … Continued
This Instructable will show you how to make your own Gallium Spoon. Unlike the trick spoons from the movies, this won’t form back into a spoon when you take it out of the water, or soup. Also, I’d make sure you have lots of extra soup, because while gallium might be non-toxic, I don’t think … Continued