This is a handheld game I built based off a 2 player pen and paper game I learned from another teacher.
Oh yeah... I built a makerspace. Meaning built walls and added electricity to them and painting and .. everything. osakamakers.jp
A marginally successful first attempt at a quadcopter. This isn't so much hacking as a little design then plugging things together. Still, I learned a lot while doing it. You can find it on Thingiverse. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:168688
I run a MeetUp and I designed this simple toy car to be cheap and easy to build while teaching all the basics of electronics and microcontrollers.
I built an auto-lock so I would not forget to lock my door as I rushed off to work. I threw on an RFID reader for good measure.
SSR and Arduino based dual pulse spot welder from an upcycled MOT. Can find my write up on http://www.instructables.com/id/Simple-DIY-Dual-Pulse-Spot-Welder-With-Arduino-Con/
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