The behind-the-scenes crew of Better Call Saul uses Arduino and 3D printing to create a GPS tracker for the tough character Mike Ehrmantraut.
Simple yet entertaining, TWANG is a 1D dungeon crawler made with Arduino and 3D printing, based on the award-winning Line Wobbler interactive game.
Sleepy computer getting on your nerves? Then perhaps the mouse wiggler is the over-engineered solution to your first-world problem.
No longer the stuff of Hollywood blockbusters, EduExo is a Kickstarter project that offers a 3D printable exoskeleton powered by Arduino.
Clever dad transforms his daughter's Little Tike Cozy Coupe toy car into a custom ride using Arduino, 3D printing, and an imaginative spark.
RepRap inventor has found a way to let you "feel" distant objects, using a 3D printed rangefinder packed with ultrasonic sensors.
Parisian collective Hackerloop have made a custom non-lethal weapon with 3D printing and Arduino; DIY prosthetic Nerf gun is triggered using electrodes that can detect muscle activity.
This is a clock design inspired by martial arts weaponry banned from playgrounds all over the world. What could possibly go wrong? Meet the Edgytokei, made with Arduino and 3D printing.
Engineer Andrew Lee has developed Nod Bang, a headphone system that triggers audio and sets tempo with a nod of the head.
A 12-year-old created a FlappyBird clone Game Console, based on Arduino, using 3D printing. He is also launching a Kickstarter campaign soon.
Thanks to the power of Arduino, 3D printing, Bluetooth, and some good old-fashioned genius, this lamp can be controlled using voice control.
Electrick is a new technique developed by students from Carnegie Mellon University. It which can turn pretty much anything into a touch sensor.
This cute dancing teapot is actually a 3D printed robot with an Arduino tucked inside. AND it also plays music. Let's boogie!
It's time to consign that dusty old cuckoo clock to the attic. The linear Perpetual Clock is a stylish, modern take on timekeeping at home.
Built in a 24 hour hackathon, the SignBot is a 3D printed animatronic device that can listen to speech and convert it into sign language.
Maker builds an interactive geodesic LED dome using Arduino, 3D printing, and a bright imagination. Each panel lights up when you touch it.
The Programmable Box is a flexible programming platform based on the Arduino processor, with numerous ways to teach coding concepts to kids.