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Slow motion skateboard tricks

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Beautiful slow motion  footage of skater Christopher Chann shot by Adam Shomsky at Stoner Skate Plaza, Los Angeles.
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The Dancing Traffic Light, Each dance was brought to the Traffic Light in real time.

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We believe that smart ideas can turn the city into a better place. Like a dancing traffic light that makes people wait and watch rather than walk through the red light.

Movpak is an Electric Skateboard and a Backpack In One

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The Movpak has zippers and pockets to carry whatever it is you need for your trip and you can wear on your back. The Movpak is capable of speeds of up to 15 mph and has a range of 9 km on a single charge. It comes with a wireless remote which features one-touch options for speed controls, brake, and reverse. It’s foldable, so you can just fold it into the backpack and carry it in the backpack or roll it around like a stroller bag once you get to your destination. The Movpak is currently up for funding on kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $1,190 will get you one.
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A giant white rabbit by Florentijn Hofman

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Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman's latest creation, a giant rabbit, reclines on an old aircraft hangar at the Taoyuan Land Art Festival in Taoyuan, Taiwan. The organizer said the rabbit is the second piece of art work following Hofman's rubber duck for the coming Mid-Autumn Festival and will be displayed between September 4 and 14 at the Taoyuan military base. Hofman's big yellow duck drew millions of visitors when it toured the island last year, and festival organizers are hoping the rabbit will do the same. (Photo by Wally Santana/AP Photo)
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The Filmography of Guns

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“The Filmography of Guns” is a 24″ x 36″ art print by artist Cathryn Lavery features a visual history of iconic guns from film and television in 115 intricately detailed hand-illustrations. It is currently up for funding on kickstarter.
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Sodavalve, a Handle for Soda Bottles

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Sodavalve by Korean designer Injoon Yang. Just simply replace the regular cap with one of two ergonomic handle designs for easy twisting on and off. It is currently seeking funding on Indiegogo.
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Yerka Lock-In-Frame Bike

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Yerka Project is a bicycle that can´t be stolen without breaking it and is currently being developed by three Chilean students. The bike's frame, you can open and fold it as a 'Bike lock'. Watch the video.
"We are 3 Engineering students, that being victims of the theft of our bicycles, decided to develop a technology that prevents this. Today we continue to develop this project, which we believe will be a huge help for all of you, bike enthusiasts. "
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ElectroVine, a Green Extension Cord

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ElectroVine is a six-foot electrical extension cord disguised as a green ivy plant with leaves sprouting out from all sides. It’s basically an extension cord dressed up in the guise of vine. It adds to the decor of your home while being completely functional at the same time. ElectroVine is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $40 will get you one of your very own.
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For What It's Worth, What would look like all the Metal From a Single Mine

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This is the project of Dillon Marsh, a photographer and artist from Cape Town who describes For What It's Worth as an attempt to quantify mining, "an industry that has shaped the history and economy of the country so radically." To start the project, he took photos of five famous mines—the first in South Africa—and then, using data about extraction rates, calculated a single, solid orb to represent the amount of metal that had been mined in total.
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Electronic Makeup: Face tracking + projection mapping

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Face tracking + projection mapping

Air Pakk: Self-Inflating Backpack doubles as pillow

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The Windcatcher Air Pakk, as it’s a backpack that doubles as a pillow when you need one the most. Windcatcher Air Pakk that unzips and automatically inflates like a tiny air mattress. The coolest part is that the bag self-inflates, so you don’t have to lug around a pump, or worse, have to inflate it manually. The Windcatcher Air Pakk is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $90 will get you one of your very own.
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Underwater Crochet Installations by Olek Located Off the Coast of Mexico

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Artist Olek goes deep with an underwater crochet installation off Isla Mujeres, Mexico.
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Diver by Japan's ekodworks

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'Diver' designed by ekodworks.
"This work is a concept model. Is a prototype. Therefore, it has not been released yet.It is expected to release on at the end of this year."
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Smart Toilet Paper Holder Sends You ‘Low TP’ Alerts

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RollScout's is a seek wall-mounted toilet paper holder, but it hides an infrared emitter and sensor. When the roll empties down enough, the emitter and sensor connect and the holder pulses with a round amber light to alert unsuspecting bathroom users to the dire nature of the situation.  If you missed the alert on your smartphone, then the RollScout’s blinking LED light will remind you of that fact so you can replace the old roll before doing your thing. RollScout's team has already built a working prototype, but it's looking to raise $37,500 to go into production. The RollScout is up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $49 will get you one of your very own.
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Tricked-Out Yoga Mat

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This is the Beacon yoga mat on quirky, it uses LEDs and pressure sensors to let you know when you're doing it wrong.
"Beacon communicates via bluetooth or USB cable with your laptop or smartphone to track progress, provide feedback, and help perfect your pose. Thanks to the embedded LEDs and pressure sensors, it turns purple to show you the correct position, red in areas where you’re applying too much pressure, and green when you are accurately balanced."
A crazy product.
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