by HouseholdHacker 537,169 views
How to build a micro cannon in 20 minutes. LIKE/FAV if you enjoy!
Very cheap, very quick, and you can build it with stuff you probably have laying around the garage. We are going to blast various targets and see what kind of power we can milk out of this thing.
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by HouseholdHacker 479,982 views
Sick of losing your TV remote? End it forever! LIKE/FAV if you enjoyed this video!
All you need are basic buttons you can grab up for a few cents a piece, some wire, and an old television remote that you don't care about. Find a comfy pillow and let the modding begin.
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by HouseholdHacker 477,692 views
Want to spy on people with a laser? Dating back to the 1940s, this oldie but goody is super simple to pull off! We can easily send audio over a laser and into a basic light-sensitive receiver.
The method itself was developed by Léon Theremin in the 1940's and originally used a simple IR beam invisible to the naked eye. Of course, we have made this much simpler at a slight cost of audio quality.
The possibilities are endless for this simple device, you could bounce the laser off a window and hear what is going on inside, you can hook an mp3 player into the power circuit and stream your music out as well.
All the items shown here are easily obtained at an electronic's store such as Radio Shack or Frys and won't cost much more than a few bucks if you get a cheap laser.
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by HouseholdHacker 760,757 views
Ever wanted to project your iPhone on the wall? Here is how... and cheap.
Music by CIRC: http://circ.bandcamp.com
All you need is a box, a magnifying glass and some hot glue. Today's MAGIC ingredient is playdough, but you can improvise with any type of putty. Enjoy!
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by HouseholdHacker 1,120,316 views
The Diddley Bow is a simple guitar (or electric guitar if you want) and it only takes about 10 minutes if not less to construct. Most people can build these with stuff around the house. You might need to run to a music store to buy a string though, but they are cheap. You can also find guitar pick-ups and tuning knobs there if you want to take it to a higher level.
1. Get a thick piece of board
2. Place two knobs at each end (I used a screw eye and a tuning knob)
3. (If electric) Mount a guitar pickup about 3/4ths down
4. Tie the string to both ends and slide a bottle or can under the string and then tighten it further.
5. (If electric) Wire up the pickup to a cut guitar cable. Plus to Plus and Negative to Negative.
6. Rock out like the bad-ass that you are.
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by HouseholdHacker 660,639 views
How to make a safe out of a 9v volt battery! We will be creating a simple, basic safe for you to hide small objects in such as delicious candies or money. If you like this video subscribe for more!
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See you next time!
by HouseholdHacker 971,920 views
How to make a simple pen shooter, you can fire spit balls, q-tips, anything really! Get yourself a Pilot G2 pen and follow these instructions!
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by HouseholdHacker 476,510 views
A simple way to use a remote control while missing one battery, is to take a paper clip and complete the circuit. This will only use one battery (obviously) and the voltage will be lower so you will need to get closer but it will still work! That way if someone steals a battery from you you can still use your device!
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by HouseholdHacker 725,839 views
BEGIN YOUR JOURNEY HERE! CHOOSE WHICH SYSTEM YOU WANT TO TEST. XBOX 360 OR PS3.
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by HouseholdHacker 336,604 views
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In this video we show you how to create you own XBOX 360 WiFi adapter using only your Laptop or Netbook.
Follow the instructions in the video and let us know if you have any questions!
by HouseholdHacker 708,579 views
We got the USB controller + wire at:
Premade one for noobs at:
Today we'll show you how to convert your old Nintendo controller into a retro gaming icon on your computer desk!
You will need a few parts for this:
USB controller chip and cable
Have fun! These controllers are a blast to play with.
by HouseholdHacker 2,229,242 views
A lag switch allows you to cheat in online games or on XBOX LIVE by disabling the flow of data to your console or PC. We will show you how to build one.
Music By: Jaspertine
Download the track at: http://ccmixter.org/files/jaspertine/17719
Warning: Using a device like this can get you banned from servers and from the XBOX LIVE service.
by HouseholdHacker 564,515 views
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There are many details such as software installation, and which phone to use that we had to remove from the video to keep the running time down. Please check out our website above for the full guide.
Download at: http://ccmixter.org/files/Fireproof_Babies/11528
by HouseholdHacker 773,166 views
Here is what you need:
1. A bluetooth headset
2. Some standard wires
3. At least one Glove
4. A knife for cutting
That's it. How simple and how awesome?!
Music by: Synaptic_Decay
As with this experiment and all other HouseHold Hacker videos. We cannot be held responsible for damage or mistakes made if attempting the experiments. These projects are for demonstration purposes only and should not be attempted at home.
by HouseholdHacker 212,107 views
**RESULTS TO BE POSTED AT 9:30PM**
HOUSEHOLD HACKER HOW TO CONTEST
Simply record a brief video showing how to build or do something amazing, interesting, or just plain useful.
Videos will be judged on a series of categories:
Style ( how well you present the material ) 10 Points
Quality ( how good is the Sound and video quality as well as editing ) 10 Points
Originality ( Is your video a new, fresh and exciting idea? ) 10 Points
Presentation ( How well you explain and direct other viewers ) 20 points
We will watch each contest entry that is submitted as a reply to this video.
Now that the heavy stuff is out of the way, let's talk prizes.
First Prize will receive a $50 itunes gift card sent to an email address of their choice. Your video will also be featured on our youtube channel for 3 days and will be added to our website's front page as well. We will subscribe to you for a month and feature your future videos if they are good!
Second prize will receive a $25 dollar itunes gift card, and will have their video featured on your website as well.
Third prize will receive a $10 itunes gift card and a pat on the back.
What do you need to do to enter? Good question...
We want to keep this limited to our loyal fanbase so you must be a householdhacker subscriber to enter. Once you are a subscriber just post your project as a video response to this video you are watching now.
Contest ends Friday, September 5, at 11:59 PM Pacific Standard Time so get your entries in before that!
by HouseholdHacker 2,796,304 views
Disclaimer: As with this experiment and all other HouseHold Hacker videos. We cannot be held responsible for damage or mistakes made if attempting the experiments. These projects are for demonstration purposes only and should not be attempted at home. By watching our videos, you have agreed to the terms listed in the disclaimer.
In this episode, we show you how to disguise a common household item as a safe to hide all your goodies in.
You need a can (soda, bug spray, beans etc) a hot glue gun, can opener, imagination, and time.
Music by: Yellowjacket_OSX
by HouseholdHacker 548,771 views
Save your money! Don't spend 20-30 bucks on a screen protector! Build your own for any electronic device and for under $3 bucks you have nearly a lifetime supply.
All we need is some vinyl covering which you can obtain at any crafts store. Follow along and we'll show you how!
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by HouseholdHacker 328,518 views
We were able to distort light and use stencils to create virtually any symbol you want while filming and taking photos.
You can participate in the GE Instagrapher contest by visiting their facebook page!
* GE FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/GE
* Contest details here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MqsASN1CXTE
* Download Stencils here: http://www.mediafire.com/?ac9vaoe0995gda1
Let's make some BOKEH ART!
by HouseholdHacker 497,699 views
Ultimate Cheap Gift Idea! It's gift giving season and everyone loves something from the heart. Choose any figurine or item you want! Endless possibilities.
Try to stick to ceramic and plastic though to avoid rust!
We will show you a tried, trusted and SIMPLE way to make your own in just a few minutes.
Thanks for the cameo, Zuck.
by HouseholdHacker 652,712 views
Create a simple, powerless amplifier for your phone/mp3 player! Using a piece of wood, some copper pipes and a few tools we can tunnel through and create a "loud speaker" to amplify our music without the need for wires. The sound will travel through the holes and out of the horn at the top.
Music by: Everything Under (EU)
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by HouseholdHacker 504,784 views
Create a Gravity activated Glove Light! If you loved the Mouse Glove you will enjoy this one as well! All you need are 3 basic components you can pick up at any electronics store. LED, Mercury Switch and Cell Battery.
If you have ever need a quick light at night or while riding your bike you know how important it is to have something handy, well in this case the light never leaves your hands.
Coin cell batteries can run an LED for up to 3 days straight so don't worry about power consumption. If the battery ever dies you can simply unstitch your creation and add another battery to the mix!
*As with all HouseholdHacker demonstrations and any DIY projects, we suggest proper safety gear and the help of a professional. All HouseholdHacker videos are for educational purposes only*
Bottle Lamp? Yes!2:03
by HouseholdHacker 555,999 views
Ever seen cool lamps made from bottles? You might have wondered how to do it yourself. Well, it's easier than you think!
1. Pick the bottle you want to use (This is half the fun). I prefer Jack bottles because they have a unique look and are quite fun to empty.
2. Get your materials together.
a. Pieces of an old lamp, or a lamp kit like this: http://goo.gl/br0p4
b. Glass drilling bits. You can buy at the store or order online here: http://goo.gl/RlIY1
c. Empty Bottle
3. Clean out the inside of the bottle and remove all traces of alcohol.
4. Drill a hole in the bottom and feed the wiring through the bottle.
5. Hook up the lamp housing and place it into the bottle.
6. Add a light bulb and shade and fire it up!
We are giving this away at http://twitter.com/householdhacker just let us know you want it and we will pick a user at random next week!