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When pumping 60 volts into this Electric Mobility Scooter it turns into tons of fun. Their is no soft start on this thing so as soon as the launch button is pressed the motor springs to life. Interestingly enough this scooter has some drag bars that prevent the thing from flipping over backwards. Not sure how long the motor would last with this voltage but it sure looks like fun while it lasts. They even tested it with a few runs at 72 volts! It doesn't take long to get up to speed with that voltage. The electronics were slightly modified, a nice large contactor was added to allow a small horn button to control the large load. In the end 72 volts was more than the motor could take and it burnt up.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Oct 28th 2015 (11:29pm)
We invented a micro-CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no mask. We did it because too many people have sleep apnea, and too many of those donít wear their CPAP masks. Who can blame them with those masks and hoses? But we need your help to get it out of the lab and into your hands.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 20th 2015 (12:05am)
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Have a master lock that you forgot the combination to? Samy Kamkar shows us how to get in with a nice little motorized combo lock cracking device.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, Oct 10th 2015 (12:12am)
This compact machine is capable of unravelling proteins, a revolutionary development that has huge implications for the treatment of cancer, the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, the production of biofuels and food processing.

The VFD can do the unthinkable in the process of demonstrating its capabilities - it can unboil an egg.
By: dave
Thursday, Sep 24th 2015 (12:02am) | Thanks: awesomer
Picture, if you will, a lamp that requires no sunlight to charge, no batteries to replace, no power cord to plug in. It's the GravityLight, a lamp that runs like your grandpa's clock - lift the weighted drive belt, and the kinetic energy from gravity pulling the weight back down gives you 20 minutes of light. You can still get in on the already-funded indiegogo campaign here!
By: dave
Thursday, Aug 6th 2015 (12:01am) | Thanks: nazgulcane
Truly, everyone loves a Slinky. But what if you loved it so much that you wanted to see it go down stairs endlessly? Here's one look at how to go about it (including several failed attempts).
By: spam_vigilante
Sunday, Aug 2nd 2015 (1:01am) | Thanks: Miss C
Sure, you have persistent colleagues, friends, and neighbors. Here is how you get your negative point across.
By: spam_vigilante
Tuesday, Nov 4th 2014 (12:01am)
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The Dunkin' Buddy is a plastic device invented by Connecticut-based husband and wife team Kiana Machnicz and Jason Wells that allows for hands-free cookie dunking. The simple gizmo uses magnets to connect the dunker to a handle outside of the cup, saving the user's hands from getting wet in the dunking process.
By: spam_vigilante
Wednesday, Oct 22nd 2014 (8:51am)
Much like the Segway, a personal transportation device. Only no handlebars and a very limited range. But it's light (only 9 pounds) and recharges very quickly (about an hour).
Available January 2014.
By: spam_vigilante
Saturday, May 18th 2013 (12:04am)
Meet the Sensebridge Northpaw, an anklet consisting of a directional unit and 8 cellphone vibrators that when worn will teach your body which way is north at all times. In short order, you can ditch the device and never lose your sense of direction again. Fucking brilliant.
By: dave
Thursday, Dec 27th 2012 (12:02am)
The National Center for Craft and Design has selected the un-knitting machine as one of the best student design projects of 2012. This highly unusual bicycle, designed to help recycle unwanted woollen clothes, unravels any clothing item back into its pre-knitted form.
By: dave
Thursday, Dec 20th 2012 (6:12am) | Thanks: mefi
Wicked Lasers is testing a new model of flashlight that produces 4100 lumens - which, apparently, is enough to set shit on fire. GIMME.
By: dave
Thursday, Aug 23rd 2012 (5:46am)
Do you have a complex about your nose? Then reach for the Hana Twin Nose, a much cheaper alternative to plastic surgery and it doesn't hurt either! The makers reckon that 20 minutes per day is enough to strength and straighten your nose to help you achieve that perfect nasal profile you so desire!
By: dave
Tuesday, Jul 31st 2012 (5:18am) | Thanks: blort
When someone rings your doorbell wouldn't it be nice to know about it when you aren't home? Well this project will do just that. Pressing the doorbell will send a message to your cell phone and send you a picture of who is there. You often hear that burglars often ring the doorbell to make sure no one is at home before breaking in. I am thinking that a few of the Arduino outputs could be purposed to spray a water gun and turn on a siren.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, May 11th 2012 (5:50am)
This is a fridge magnet that you press to automatically order your favorite pizza combo from Red Tomato Pizza in Dubai. Don't live in Dubai? Then you're stuck ordering online or calling LIKE SOME FUCKING CAVEMAN HOBO.
By: dave
Tuesday, Apr 3rd 2012 (12:05am)
Wheelchairs could soon become relics of the past thanks to this Segway-like cruiser for the handicapped which not only moves them around easier, it helps them stand.
By: dave
Thursday, Mar 22nd 2012 (12:00am) | Thanks: buttons
Behold the BioLite camp stove, a 2-pound portable canister that burns sticks, pine cones, pellets, and other biomass instead of gas or liquid fuel. Not only will it warm your tents and cook your steaks, it will also recharge your TomTom and iPhone.
By: dave
Monday, Feb 13th 2012 (12:01am)
What do you get when you cross Rock'em Sock'em Robots with bumper cars? You get me pleading with my credit card company to extend my credit line, that's what.
By: dave
Monday, Nov 14th 2011 (12:00am) | Thanks: ohgizmo
Ok, so it's not a gadget per se, but it is an extremely clever invention - a produce label that turns to soap for cleaning said produce when you wet it and rub it. Brilliant!
By: dave
Thursday, Oct 27th 2011 (12:02am) | Thanks: buttons
Stingrays are one of several new technologies used by law enforcement to track people's locations, often without a search warrant. A stingray works by mimicking a cellphone tower, getting a phone to connect to it and measuring signals from the phone. It lets the stingray operator "ping" a phone and locate it as long as it is powered on.
By: dave
Thursday, Sep 29th 2011 (12:03am)
On the surface, it looks like your everyday standard solar desk calculator. On the surface.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jul 26th 2011 (12:01am)
Oh, how I love it when hi-tech gadgetry and ridiculously dangerous converge. Patrick Priebe clearly feels the same way.
By: dave
Monday, Jul 18th 2011 (12:02am)
One way to make a trombone cool is to have it shoot flames. It sounds like a joke, but here is the Frankenhorn!
By: spam_vigilante
Monday, Jun 6th 2011 (8:55am) | Thanks: BoingBoing
Ok, this is just fucking brilliant - a radio for your shower, powered by your shower. Gimme.
By: dave
Tuesday, May 17th 2011 (12:00am) | Thanks: gimmecoffee
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