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Lasersaur may be your answer! Super-fast dinosaur cutout! Speed! Lasersaur Cutting Plywood. from stefanix on Vimeo.
Looking to add a little unique lighting to your house? Then check out this awesome Mario Bros Question Box Lamp from 8 Bit Lit. It’s a soft LED light with an interactive touch panel that produces that lovely coin sound when it’s turned on, and a 1-Up sound when you turn it off. If you’re […]
Now 17, Taylor Wilson talks about how he believes that kids can change the world – citing the nuclear reactor he made in his parent’s garage when he was 14 years old! Dream big people. He wanted to make a star, and he created something amazing. You may not be able to build a nuclear […]
The Aussies have a bit of fun, kicking around some angry birds and having a dance-off with Timomatic. Powered by Nokia Lumia, if you didn’t catch that.
What do you guys think? Is the iPad consuming all your digital needs, or is this a rather oversimplification of the complicated needs of geeks these days that will require multiple devices, regardless of the jack-of-all-trades quality of the iPad? [Via Daily Infographic]
[Photo Credit: Gordon Mei] According to the Korean Maeil Business Newspaper, Apple has started placing orders to suppliers for the bigger 4.6-inch display (compared to the current 3.5-inch display) with the retina display that’s been installed in “The New iPad”. (Side note: what the eff is up with this stupid name for what SHOULD be […]
For all you PC-gamers, hardware tweakers and media junkies, there is a new App in development that promises to give you control over your computer through your iPod/iPhone (and soon Android and Windows Phones) and compliment your gaming in new and creative ways. The app is called Power-Grid by German PC Gaming accessory company Roccat. […]
Want to hit rewind and replay that great sporting moment again? Gonna cost ya. Trying to fast forward through commercials? Pay up buddy. That’s the world we could be living in if a recently-published Microsoft patented technology becomes adopted by cable firms. Entitled “Control-based content pricing”, the heart of the concept is that a “content […]
Modern touch devices allow one to interact with virtual objects. However, there is a substantial delay between when a finger moves and the display responds. Microsoft researchers, Albert Ng and Paul Dietz, have built a laboratory test system that allows us to experience the impact of different latencies on the user experience. The results help […]
So we can print on the nanoscale. No biggy. But now we can print five metres per second! That’s a world record – 3D printing by this method of “two-photon lithography” used to be measured in millimetres per second! The new printing technique printed 100 layers in four minutes with an accuracy of less than […]
The problem with using posters to promote local bands is that the performers are left relying on a catchy band name or an attractive publicity photo to attract new followers rather than the merits of their music. Until now that is. A British design agency has shown off a prototype of a poster that, despite […]