Not a bug
The Ben Heck Show is presented by the amazing Benjamin J Heckendorn; a graphic artist turned internet celebrity famed in the world of electronics "modding". From hits like his Bill Paxton pinball machine to the in-demand XBOX 360 Laptop, Ben is known for hacking-in-to pop culture's biggest gadgets and giving them his own unique and playful spin. Ben fires-up his bi-weekly show this fall sponsored exclusively by element14.
Not a bug
Ben and Felix continue building the simple cell phone as the get to re-live a simpler time.
Ben Heck decides to go back to a simpler time before smartphones and build his own DIY basic cell phone.
Welcome to the final episode of the ZX Spectrum saga!
Ben creates a project for Little Free Library, an organization that promotes literacy and the love of reading through free book exchanges.
Ben creates a motorized web camera using the Raspberry Pi.
Ben Heck continues his epic journey to build a ZX Spectrum handheld device!
Ben Heck continues his quest to build real-world versions of Minecraft blocks.
Ben makes real-world versions of Minecraft blocks, switches, torches and redstone needed to build logic gates.
Ben takes apart a ZX Spectrum and mods it!
Ben brings his solder right to his fingertips as he finishes his wearable solder gauntlet!
Ben sets out to create the ultimate in wearables for engineers!
Ben Heck restores a 34 year old drill press that needs a lot of TLC.
Ben visits Madison Area Technical College to solve three problems with their high end oscilloscopes.
Ben goes on a scavenger hunt at Maker Faire to find parts for a solar powered phone charging hat.
Ben and Alyson decide to make text radios for this year's Maker Faire.
Ben shows you how to etch your own PCB boards.
Ben hacks an old See 'n Say toy with quotes from Dave Jones of the EEVBlog.
Ben tears down a Mac Classic. What will he find?
Ben Heck completes the automatic dog-door opener he started in episode 130 with surprising results.