I use a MakeyMakey to create a musical staircase that plays when you touch the handrail. Watch my video to see how it works;
Sciencekid uses a new really cheap microscope made of paper, called a foldscope, to look at a piece of spinach. They are brand new and not out to the market yet. Using a magnet strip, you can project it and video it with your phone.
In this video I describe how and strandbeest works and demonstrate it. Stransbeests are made by a guy named Theo Jansen, who discovered an algorithm for making things walk. Now he is still making them, testing them on a beach near his house…anyway, please watch!
In this video I talk about kinetic and potential energy using exploding Popsicle sticks…YAY! please watch!!!!!!!!!!
Recently I got into a programming website called scratch, this is computer science, but anyways I made an awesome game, SO PLAY IT! This is a side scrolling my little pony game that I made for my sister, press space to go up, you try
I built a Rock-Paper-Scissors Robot from Lego Mindstorms. Then I programmed it to play RPS.
Dry ice is one of the coolest materials around, besides liquid nitrogen. Which I have say wins the award for being the coolest thing to experiment with, but, back to the point. I made a bubble solution with some dish soap and water. Put some
In this video, I combine cornstarch and water to make a non-Newtonian fluid (What is that !!!!????). It is a fluid that changes from solid to liquid depending on the amount of pressure and heat on or around it.
You might remember, a long time ago, when I made (TRIED to make) borax crystals. It didn’t work, the paper clip I was using just turned black. So I decided to do it again and…drum roll please…success. I found out that instead of using a
I borrowed some electronics from my Grandpa and thought I’d make a video of it. I use a buzzer in it but I also have a doorbell, a light, and a motor. If you want to use the doorbell, just follow the instructions I give