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We made an LED light bar that dances or beats to the beat of Music we hope yall enjoy this video!
  • 30 Aug 2010
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Hey guys welcome back to HM-Innovations we finally finished this silencer and got it to work for our potato cannon, we hope yall enjoy this video and keep in touch and come back for our next one. you can always visit us at HM-innovations.com for additional videos and help
  • 30 Aug 2010
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Hey Guys we hope ya'll enjoy our rendition of the Clock in a Jar, a design made famous by Oren Hetzroni an Art Student from Jerusalem trying to depict his memories from trapping insects in a jar and replicating them by "catching Time in a Jar" this is an easy project that adds a good decoration to any room and is definitely a cool looking aesthetic to a room. We hope to have the instructable ready to go as soon as possible. and visit out website at HM-innovations.com
  • 30 Aug 2010
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6:44
We made an LED flashing bar that bounces to the sound of music we hope yall enjoy this
  • 8 Jun 2010
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HM-Innovations : home made hookah, we teach you how to make a great looking home made hookah, we hope you enjoy this video and visit our site at HM-Innovations.com
  • 14 Apr 2010
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The other camera shockers found online that claim to be "tasers" actually burn your skin using the capacitor. Our version actually shocks your body using 1300 v. of energy using a 9v. battery. We hope you enjoy this video and subscribe to our channel. IF you have any questions or are looking for help, visit our website at www.hm-innovations.com
  • 23 Feb 2010
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7:16
We made a sweater to keep us warm in the winter using a 9v battery that heats up a copper wire on the inside layer of the sweater. Turn this baby on and feel the heat!
  • 31 Jan 2010
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0:56
Our roomate was trying to climb up a tree and show off, unfortunately he failed as the rope gave in on him. and luckly we got it on film! cellphone but it's still on video!
  • 28 Jan 2010
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7:26
watch as we make a pair of helping hands to assist you with your next soldeing project!, have fun and be safe!
  • 12 Jan 2010
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Hey guys welcome back and check this video out as we showyou how to hack a scanner and turn it into a night light. We also show you how to take several parts and salvage them for parts
  • 10 Jan 2010
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5:38
You have seen the original Altoid Grill, now learn how to make the first Gas Powered Altoid Grill
  • 6 Jan 2010
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1:57
Why settle for a small flame on your lighter? go all the way with a huge flame! watch this video to learn how. Were gong to use this for a future project.
  • 5 Jan 2010
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7:47
Watch this video to learn how to make a cryptex, a device used to hide secret information or just something you want to keep secret from your parents or at your dorms... Be creative!
  • 7 Jan 2010
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Welcome to HMInnovations -(Home Made Innovations)- where we will teach you simple tricks, hacks, and mods on everything, from simple home projects, debunking online myths, technology mods and many more! Please subscribe to see more future videos and projects! In this video we will show you how to make a DDR dancing pad at home. While the pad that comes with the game (the ugly very flimsy and frail pad) gets the job done, we want something that is more realistic to the arcade version. The provided pad has sluggish and unresponsive pad buttons that really just get on the way more than they actually help. You can go to  www.DiscountDDRpads.com  and find that their pads cost from $200 - $500 and we think thats too much, were going to build a solid very reliable pad for under $100. Tools and Equipment: Drill Box Cutter Scissors Sauder Gun ½ Screws x4 1 Washers x 4 Copper Wire Aluminum Foil Plexy Glass square 1/8 Inch thick, and 36x 40 DDR Pad Plywood Square 36x40 and Spray Paint
  • 5 Jan 2010
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Welcome to HMInnovations -(Home Made Innovations)- where we will teach you simple tricks, hacks, and mods on everything, from simple home projects, debunking online myths, technology mods and many more! In this video we will show how to build a Coil Gun, Now this is only a simple how to video for how to make a simple coil gun out of a disposable camera. This way you get the gist of how the gun works. If you want to get more power from your gun you will need to make a thicker coil as compact as possible and make sure that the coil stays on its layer, you dont want the top layer under lap with the bottom layer . You will also need a stronger Alternator and Inverter and Stronger Capacitors, you can buy everything you need at your local Radio Shack store. The higher the voltage, the stronger your coil will work. Remember since you are playing with electricity is always good to have company while you are making this gun just in case you get shocked or hurt. Be safe and have fun.
  • 28 Dec 2009
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Welcome to our First episode of HMinnovations -(Home Made Innovations)- where we will teach you simple tricks, hacks, and mods on everything, from simple home projects, debunking online myths, technology mods and many more! In this video we will show you a simple but effective msn registry mod that allows you to open more than one copy of msn at a time allowing you to be signed in to multiple accounts at one time. As you are aware there are several different programs on-line that perform the same thing. Some of which may download other programs that could potentially damage your system. Follow the instructions given in the video. Remember that Modifying your computer registry can damage your computer, we are not held responsible for any damages to your system incurred from this project.
  • 23 Dec 2009
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Welcome to our second installment of HMI -(Home Made Innovations)- where we will teach you simple tricks, hacks, and mods on everything, from simple home projects, debunking online myths, technology mods and many more! In this video we will show you how to connect your Xbox 360 to Xbox live wirelessly without having to buy the $100 Xbox WiFi Adapter. This project is very simple and all you need is a Network Wire, A laptop or PC with wireless capabilities and your Xbox 360. Instructions: are for XP, Vista, and Windows-7 separated by OR 1)Go to your Wireless network Connection located on the bottom right of your screen (next to your clock) Click on it once, A small window will pop up. 2)Click on Network and Sharing center A window will pop up 3)on the left side under tasks OR control panel column: Click on manage Network Connections OR change adapter settings A new window will pop up 4)Right click on wireless network connection and select Properties. a new window will pop up. 5)Select the sharing (-Windows XP-users click on Advanced) Tab and then check the box that says, allow other network users to connect to the internet through this computers network connection Now the other box will become selectable and will be automatically selected for you. Leave that one as it is and click Okay 6)Now Exit every screen you have open and connect your Network wire from your Laptop to your Xbox 360. Once that is complete: 7)Restart Your Computer and turn on your Xbox. Once your Xbox is on, go to My system and then click on test Network Settings and test Xbox Live and thats it, you will now be connected to Xbox Live.
  • 19 Jan 2010
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