Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite projects that incorporate the use of LEDs. From simple holiday cards to the more elaborate Arduino lit LEDs, these awesome little lights are a great way to get started on your Hardware Hacking.
A big part of an industrial designer’s job is making a product sustainable. Where do your materials come from and where they will end up after the product’s life is over? Make a product that is more energy efficient and build it using green and recycled materials.
A needle and thread are some of the oldest tools on the planet and they’re just as useful today as they were in the Stone Age. With the DIY Sewing Kit, you can mod your clothes, stitch your patches, and fix anything that’s come undone.
This tool bag is the perfect place to store your ever-growing tool collection and makes easy work of carrying your gear from the workshop to the job site. A lot of pros choose canvas tool bags over metal boxes for their lighter weight and their ability to be hung on hooks and ladders. Don’t be afraid to get this bag dirty—it only looks better with age!
Youtuber kurtjmac has been walking to the edge of the Minecraft world in his popular Minecraft Youtube series, “Far Lands or Bust” since 2011. He’s raised over $118,000 for Child’s Play Charity and we’re excited to have been featured in his latest Youtube video.
Chemists examine how atoms attach, break apart, and reconnect to create different molecules. We try to understand the chemical structures of all the things in our world. With our powers, we can create both really helpful and really horrible things. Get started on any of these 13 challenges and become a Chemist:
From cardboard costumes to prototypes of furniture and solar cookers, get started on earning the Cardboarder skill by cutting, folding, and constructing any shape imaginable from this rigid, light, and free material.