Physics 101 in class project. speaker created using only a styrofoam cup, wire, and a magnet.. and of course a head phone jack that we luckily had for another ...
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This do-it-yourself project is a little more like a speaker made from a plastic cup, but you get the point. With just some magnets, a coil of wire, some tape, and a ...
A homemade speaker using a styrofoam plate, some tape, two neodymium magnets, and magnet wire.
From Creativity Labs
Recycle those foam cups and make a stand for your cell phone or tablet. Good for desks tables and countertops. Add paint and stickers to jazz them up.
From The Science Toolsmith
built from scratch using a cup, wire, magnet, wood, tape. i guess you should turn your volume up. if you wanna build this, go to: ...
Plastic, foam or paper cups can easily be made into indoor flying objects that demonstrate the force that causes curveballs, golf balls and many other examples ...
From Bruce Yeany
Our science guy, Steve Spangler, is whipping up some concoction in the kitchen that is guaranteed to make you the life of the party at your next holiday ...
Homemade speaker. Made from foam cup, cardboard, copper wire and neodymium magnets. Based on idea from Jose Pino: ...
From $29.00 Group
This is a Jack O Lantern I made using a Styrofoam cup, a 20 oz bottle, and a led motion light from a toy..
I made a speaker out of a cup, wire, straw, and some magnets.
From Troy B
Paper cup from Krystal, a thumbtack, some wire, and a magnet...plug and play! :P.
From Thomas Beutler