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Helberg: A Bionic Hand Made From One Keurig Coffee Maker

If you have a Keurig K350 coffee maker, 200 hours of free time, and a LOT of creative skills, you can turn the disassembled parts of that coffee maker into a functioning bionic hand:

According to Evan Booth, the creator of “Helberg”, the build details are as follows:

  • One single Keurig used (K350/300 2.0 Brewer)
  • The only non-Keurig materials are adhesives and the 12v external power supply
  • Used basic tools—rotary, heat gun, common hand tools, etc.
  • No plans… just a general idea of how things should be constructed
  • Build time: 199 hours, 56 minutes, and 36 seconds (read: hands on things)

…Red Bull lets you customize your own Soapbox Racer?

RedBull Soapbox Racer

If you liked Red Bull’s Flugtag Flight Lab, then check out the Soapbox Racer site, where you can design your own soapbox racer and race it on your own track against friends from around the world.

There are plenty of options to tweak and customize, so get those creative juices flowing and see what you can do behind the wheel.

[Red Bull Soapbox Racer]

…Whiteboard Tower Defense is fun?

Whiteboard Tower Defense

You’ve defended your desktop, but now it’s time to wage whiteboard warfare with Whiteboard Tower Defense.

Like other tower defense games, you build and upgrade towers to kill critters. It seems simple, but there’s a definite strategy involved with where you put your towers, when and where you upgrade, and how you spend your money.

Can you keep the whiteboard safe?

[Kongregate – Whiteboard Tower Defense]

[Via: Kottke]

…Red Bull lets you design your own Flugtag?

Red Bull Flugtag Flight Lab

The Red Bull Flugtag Flight Lab lets you build, customize, and fly your very own Flugtagmobile.

If design isn’t exactly your thing, then pick from a variety of pre-completed planes, and see how far you can get by flapping your wings.

[Red Bull Flugtag Flight Lab]

[Via: Trendwatch Daily]

…It’s Tuner Tuesday: Kimini 2.2?

Kimini

The Kimini 2.2 is a “from-scratch, home-built, carbon shelled, mid-engined (Honda Prelude VTEC 4-cylinder) Mini.

After 3,000 hours of labor and $20K in components and material, I’d say the end result speaks for itself.

Click through for a very detailed account of the build process.

[Kimini 2.2]