shareahack started the topic DIY Driftwood Horse Sculpture How-To Build (Reclaimed Wood) in the forum Woodworking & Carpentry 6 months ago
Here’s my first attempt at a “driftwood” rearing horse sculpture (actually more like reclaimed wood). I used the CNC machine to help me cut out patter
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Step 1: Choose Your Design
The way that you process your initial design is optional and can vary. You can use existing images on the web for inspiration or you can eyeball the design/shape manually from […]
Hi all T-800 fans, I’m starting to seriously plan my Model 101 scratch skull build!
The idea will be to 3D-print the skull and then fix up the print’s imperfections with bondo/plaster/clay and spent a lot of […]
shareahack replied to the topic Scientists grow a biohybrid creature using 3D printed heart muscle and gold in the forum 3D Printing & 3D Modelling 8 months ago
The future is here…
shareahack started the topic Possibly the greatest VR motion simulator rig of all time in the forum Virtual Reality & Simulation 11 months, 3 weeks ago
Revolutionary motion simulator is based on a system of high speed winches and cables and requires a large room (essentially a warehouse).
This is not a living creature, and it’s not quite a robot – it lies somewhere in the middle and its existence could change the way we think about robots.
The small stingray-shaped creature was grown […]
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics have developed a new kind of motion simulator that may rival even the best of gimbaled configurations out there.
The revolutionary motion […]
Case manufacturers are always coming up with innovative blanket solutions to accommodate as many configurations as possible. Designers might hit a wall and trying to cater to water cooling setups as well as […]
Mark Vargo is a pioneer of cinematography and a huge contributor to the special effects industry.
Watch in the video below how Mark explains step-by-step how ILM processed their blue-screen footage in The […]
The Portland State Aerospace unit at Portland Space University have made great strides in the field of amateur rocketry. The ambitious project’s goal was to mount a DIY 360 camera built from 5 readily available […]
Recent breakthroughs in VR technology have allowed scientists to explore all kinds of unique applications for simulating reality (other than in games).
Eight patients who were paralyzed from the waist down […]
Russian gamer Valentin Demchenko recreates an impressive real-life working Half-Life 2 city scanner drone, complete with moving animatronic ‘fins’ and a mock flashing camera light.
The size of the drone is […]
IKEA’s off-the-shelf mini hydroponic herb garden looks like a fun kitchen companion if you don’t want to get your hands dirty building your own system from scratch.
This stylish little unit is Ikea’s […]
Maker Dan Beaven managed to create a pretty elaborate self-sustaining hydroponic garden in his backyard. Dan seems to know his way around electronics and this is one of the more advanced arduino-powered builds […]
This solar hacker from Tianjin, China takes DIY to a new level of haphazardness. While the panels themselves aren’t DIY, the configuration of mounting them to the car is unique to say the least.
Without too […]
Humans are natural builders and innovators. When a new construction method comes along and starts to become the go-to material (like concrete), we can sometimes forget that more optimal alternatives may exist. […]
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