Last November, I posted a video about creating your own HD speaker for less than a dollar using household items. It’s been months, but the same guy who brought you that video now has his own website where he shares dozens of ways of “hacking life.”
You’ll find anything from how to “Hack any Garage Door” to “Turning a DS Into a Smart Phone”. Geeky, I know, but cool nevertheless.
Because some of these household hacks are so unbelievable, many have questioned the legitimacy of these videos. Most videos, however, can only be truly followed by professionals. They may be using materials you already have, but that doesn’t mean you can use them properly.
- Play Guitar Hero with a real guitar
- Cook a turkey with a light bulb and DVD-Rs
- Build a cellphone interceptor (not sure if that’s legal)
- Charge an iPod using an onion.
Already got the urge to try one? You may want to first see the work involved before you mutilate one of your possessions.
Play Guitar Hero With a Real Guitar Hack
For this hack you’ll need an Xbox 360 controller (don’t use one if you can’t lose one), 4 2ft wires, a soldering iron, and, of course, a real guitar. As you can tell, the hack may seem easy, but it’s actually pretty complex.