Engineer Andrew Lee has developed Nod Bang, a headphone system that triggers audio and sets tempo with a nod of the head.
The snow globe is easy to make and a perfect Christmas ornament or present. Check out this build that uses a Nutella jar.
Ryo Kosaka, a maker and student at Kyoto Institute of Technology, develops a method of bending plywood using 3D printed joints and SPF boards.
This is a 3D printed doner kebab Christmas tree ornament. But because it's made in Canada, you have to call it a donair. Semantics, eh?
Proving that the internet really is a wonderful place, someone has created a how-to guide to make your own Cappy from Super Mario Odyssey.
Star Trek enriched our pop culture with transporters, phasers, communicators and even replicators (the last two even became real). Here are the most iconic Star Trek models to 3D print.
Hackaday user Colin Pate has built his own 3D VR camera. Detailed across an in-depth Hackaday project, you can too.
Halloween is here, and that means the minions of darkness are not far behind. Protect yourself with this 3D printed candy corn launcher.
Ancient piece of video game trivia is given a 21st century makeover; say hello to the Power Glove VR, upgraded with Arduino and 3D printing.
Electrical engineering student, Tim Lindquist, used his knowledge to create his own Nintendo Switch lookalike which he calls the Nintimdo RP.
A redditor takes 3D printed prosthetics one step further by modeling and creating a new foot for his father's beloved G.I. Joe action figure.
A recent post on engineering project site Hackaday details how to 3D print Kwikset keys. There's a free OpenSCAD file so you can too.
Imagine listening to a street musician. The groove is great, so you’d like to join in with a nice little melody. Enter the OKAY synth.
Thanks to the power of Arduino, 3D printing, Bluetooth, and some good old-fashioned genius, this lamp can be controlled using voice control.
More a proof of concept than an implement for daily use, one maker applies special PLA and the annealing technique to a 3D printed Moka pot.
A TOTAL ECLIPSE is coming! Where in the United States are you? NASA is offering a set of 3D printable pinhole projectors for your home state.
Using the power of magnets and thinkness (and 3D printing and Arduino), one crazy kid created a crazy coilgun without massive capacitors.
Have you ever thought about the interesting world of 3D printing, but never quite knew how to get started? Here’s the solution for you.
Using Arduino, 3D printing and thinkness, engineering student pays tribute to his favorite video game with an Aperture Science Sentry Turret.
Looking for extravagant Game of Thrones props/3D models? We’ve scanned the 3D printing archives for the 24 best Game of Thrones 3D prints.