Is there someone light-fingered in your office, or do you just like pranking? Either way, this booby trapped bowl will do the trick.
This is the slightly crazier side of the maker community, showcasing the somewhat more weird and wacky projects. From useless machines and jokes, right through to the weaponised, highly dangerous, high-voltage projects. You’re likely to realise that most of these should probably not be tried at home.
This rather bulky, yet coot, wristwatch not only shows you the time, it shows you when it’s time to call a taxi as you’re over the limit!
Sesame is a project that lets you open a door by simply saying “Open Sesame” into your smartphone or smartwatch.
Average Clock takes a bunch of real-time clocks, and calculates the average. The result is a more accurate clock than a single RTC.
This novel project helps maintain your plants. When the soil gets too dry, the little emoticon changes to show a sad face.
Don’t do enough exercise? Why not throttle your internet with a treadmill at a standing desk? The faster you go, the faster you surf.
20MHz not fast enough for you? Why not overclock your Arduino to 65.3MHz? All you need is some liquid nitrogen…
Waste too much time on Facebook? Pavlov Poke sorts that problem out by electrocuting you if you do too much procrastinating!
This paintball sentry gun can be used to stop unwelcome intruders in their tracks. It’s an open-source project and powered by Arduino.
This advice machine bases its advice on how much money you put in. A lot gives you good advice, and pennies gives you rubbish advice!