If you don’t fancy shelling out the cash for a Lego Brick USB Stick, then you can make your own.
The guys over at Instructables have put together a handy guide with everything you need to make your own Lego Brick USB Stick.
The Meggy Jr RGB is a hand held gaming platform that lets you develop your own open source pixel-scale video games.
It features a fully addressable 8×8 RGB LED matrix display, with controller buttons on the side, making it ideal to program your own open source games on and easy to hack.
Some of you may remember the walking iPhone robot that we featured on the site previously, well it looks like another clever moder has turned his iPhone into a robot.
This clever iPhone robot was made using an Arduino CPU board and development environment, a TA7291P motor and it is powered via 4 x AA batteries.
The guys over at Gizmodo have put together a comprehensive guide on how to hack your Nintendo Wii, to enable you to watch movies and also play free games on it.
Check out this cool rubber band gun made from Lego.
It is powered by a Lego 8287 motor and made from a Lego based frame, with the barrels made from K’Nex parts.
Check out this fun iPhone Robot from Silicon Valley software engineer Kazu Terasaki.
The iPhone Robot is controlled via a PC, but he intends to develop it so it can be controlled by a chip, here’s a video of it in action.
What happens when you take a WowWee Rovio, a Wiimote and some clever software? You get a Wiimote controlled Rovio.