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Try this for a challenge: HOW-TO Paper Airplanes and Plane Launchers. Can you tell it's Flight Week at #makercamp

Soar with more Airplane projects at http://makercamp.com/week-5/day-1/
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Happy #NationalWatermelonDay! Check out these awesome watermelon projects from us: http://bit.ly/1MIJbn3  
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#MondayMotivation project for dessert lovers: Time to light up your desserts!
Everyone loves dessert, but what if they could light up and play animations? I'll show you how to make a dessert tray with a built-in LED matrix.
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Ben Ezzell shows you how to construct this beautiful icosahedron lamp using a v-nailer.
A truncated icosahedron is a 20-sided polyhedron, and there's a good chance you haven't realized its potential as a shop lighting fixture.
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Want to easily listen to your favorite internet radio station at home? Use a Raspberry Pi and Adafruit FM Transmitter to rebroadcast an internet radio station over the FM band.
Make it easier to listen to your favorite internet radio station around your home by using a Raspberry Pi to broadcast the stream over FM radio.
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I suspect you'd have to be stepping on commercial radio stations before your get much attention (unless you were broadcasting hate speech, or something offensive, and someone complained). And a home made transmitter is going to have a hard time drowning out a 50,000 watt commercial radio station for any distance.
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These aren’t the god’s eyes you made at summer camp.
God's Eyes are composed of yarn woven. around two crossed sticks. Artist Jay Mohler takes these usually simple crafts to a whole new level
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Do you want to know what crazy innovations our founder Dale Dougherty has discovered at Maker Faire Tokyo? Check it out!
Join Make: founder Dale Dougherty on a tour of the highlights from Maker Faire Tokyo, where he discovered some brilliantly made projects.
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BoardCraft is changing the way we play tabletop games. It allows you to create your game, share it with the community, print it in 2D or 3D and play it!
Introducing BoardCraft, a new kind of digital "sandbox" for designing and 3D printing tabletop games.
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Yep, definitely shake hands when the match is over! You want to make friends with your opponents who also make awesome robots outside the ring.
You can learn a lot about life by watching combat robots destroy each other.
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The double-edged sword of drone technology: "This project approaches the topic of drone strikes through the combined associations of people as statistics, and the concept of game and childhood-play to express the uncertainty of war, technology, and social progress." - Jonathan Moore
Jonathan Moore's art installation is an autonomous mechanical contraption that operates based on updates on U.S. military drone strikes.
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We went to Iraq to eliminate Saddam. It would take at least a generation to create an environment conducive to democracy. It may be impossible to achieve considering that regions population.

The ones we leave in Afghanistan will not be able to hatch a plot like 911 either. They will not have the intelligence, or resources to carry the campaign out. We liquidated all of those types.

The world certainly has problems today. Being as we're criticized whenever we fix any problems we limit our involvement anymore.

We're secure enough. As secure as we can be in a free country. Freedom ain't free.
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Transform garbage into an useful everyday tool: Illuminate some dark corner of your world with this stylish DIY flashlight.
Build your own penlight flashlight out of little more than a soda can and a cereal box.
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Just be careful not to lacerate yourself on the soda can.  That stuff is sharp.
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Check out this amazing #StarWars drone inspired by the Incom T-70 X-Wing from the forthcoming Star Wars film. The force is definitely with the master drone maker Olivier C! 
Master drone maker Olivier C makes a quadcopter version of the Incom T-70 X-Wing from the forthcoming Star Wars film.
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