Build your own solar tracker, or go small with a DIY solar charger in an Altoids tin, a brilliant new way to measure sharks, the ultimate bike lock design, a bench that tweets your pic, and more!
The craftster behind the very popular $3 solar-powered emergency radio is back with a new awesome project: a cheap solar battery charger with a USB plug.
A bike lock concept by designer Jaryn Miller has caught our eye as a clever way to keep thieves at bay. If someone tries to steal this bike, they'll be in for an unpleasant surprise.
A new project between Google and the Pacific Institute will help you find public drinking fountains in a jiff using your smart phone.
Researchers have come up with a smart new way to measure the size of sharks while maintaining a safe distance from the predators.
Every time someone takes a seat, the bench sends a tweet — complete with photos.
A bicycle power calculator that tells you how much energy you need to generate while pedalling your bike, and it even breaks it down between the energy needed to overcome rolling resistance, air friction, mechanical losses, etc.
A series of furniture, including chairs and a table, have been fashioned from junked hardware... and they couldn't be more interesting. They're even interactive!
Show off the guts of your favorite gadget.
Usually solar trackers are prohibitively expensive… unless you DIY it with this instructional video.
Element14 has a video showing a PEM fuel cell powering an MP3 player. But, exactly what is PEM technology, how does it work, and why do we care if it powers a small electronic device?