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    LifeWatchV world s 1st healthcare solution
    Gear  |  Tech  
    Medical monitor developer LifeWatch has launched LifeWatch V, which is the world's first medical smartphone, for Android-powered devices. The Android smartphone has inbuilt sensors to help diagnose common disorders and illnesses. It allows users to monitor ECG, blood glucose, blood oxygen, body temperature, galvanic skin response, heart rate and stress level on their own. The company hopes to obtain EU CE Mark certification by the end of this year and US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval the following year.
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    Gear  |  Video  
    Wow, a cute cat stays in a bowl and wears nerd glasses. Pretty good!
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    Gear  |  Video  
    This video is about creative ping pont shots performed by a 9-year-old boy. Don't miss it...haha
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    Wine Glass Holder Strap
    Gear  |  Gadget  
    The 36inch strap lets you hang that glass just about anywhere on your chest and sure it's convenient. Now you can have both your hands free in a party. Cool! It's $25 for a set of two.
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    Wire Wonderland by Hayley Dix
    Gear  |  Pic  
    The Wire Wonderland series are created by artist Hayley Dix. The beautiful wireframe birds look like charming, whimsical drawings perching on real branches! They are both abstracted and natural at the same time.
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    Seedbomb vending machine throw and grow
    Gear  |  Other  
    Created by greenaid and made from mixture of clay, compost, and seeds, 'seedbombs' are becoming an increasingly popular. They can be thrown anonymously into these derelict urban sites to temporarily reclaim and transform them into places worth looking at and caring for. The Greenaid dispensary simply makes these guerilla gardening efforts more accessible to all by appropriating the existing distribution system of the quarter operated candy machine. Using just the loose coins in your pocket, you can make a small but meaningful contribution to the beautification of your city!
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    Goldplated vacuum by GoVaccum
    Gear  |  Other  


    This is a 24k gold-plated vacuum by GoVaccum. The price is $1,000,000 per vacuum. Which would explain paying somebody to write and perform a rap song about the thing. Hit the jump for the songs. They...are something.
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    Made a Grimace
    Gear  |  Pic  
    So cute!
    Mini Batman BatSignal
    Gear  |  Toy  
    Mini Batman Bat-Signal is a tiny version of the one Commissioner Gordon uses to summon the Dark Knight, from thinkgeek.
    Battery: 1 x CR1632 (included)
    Dimensions:
    Bat-Signal: approx. 1.5" x 2.5" x 1.75"
    Mini Book: 2.5" x 3" x 0.125"
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    Old School Book Strap
    Gear  |  DIY  
    Old School Book Strap made by Portland's designer Wood&Faulk. Check out more see more pics.
    "First thing, cut your wool blanket material in the shape of a T. The top is 5 inches wide and 3 inches tall. The overall height is about 12 inches. This length gives you a long flap to protect your book from the buckle area. Cut your leather to a strap of 1.5 inches wide and at least 48 inches long. You can make it longer or shorter to your preference, and longer if you want a looped handle.
    Take both material pieces and lay them out together and apply some contact cement to one end of the strap and lay it glue up in the T. Fold the T ends to the glued center to make the pencil holders. Bring the strap back over the glue strip with the rings included. Press together and allow to dry. The glue is to keep things together before stitching and add some stiffness to the assembly.
    Once dry, sew everything together using some thick thread. You can sew it on a machine, or hand sew. Final step, stroll to the library with the look of a literary connoisseur
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    Gear  |  Video  
    Epic backyard looping waterslide! Watch these videos of DIY fun creation by YouTube user TSchmalz3000. After more is another one of those waterslides. Awesome!
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    Gear  |  Video  
    Animated timeline of all F1 cars from 1950 to 2012.
    Near and Far Wars Two girls Bikini Star Wars
    Gear  |  Video  


    Look! it's just two girls in bikinis with nerf guns "dressed up" as Darth Vader and Boba Fett. They strut around and shake some galactic booty.
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    Stunning masterpieces painted on nude models
    Gear  |  Pic  
    American talented artist Craig Tracy, 44, spends hours painstakingly painting the woman's curves to complete the masterpiece – and create these stunning optical illusions. The artist has painted hundreds of amazing images on human canvases – painting a variety of animals and beautiful landscapes.
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    Creative bottle cutter Kinkajou
    Gear  |  Gadget  


    Do you want to create your own glassware? Well, your dream has come true! With this bottle cutter, named Kinkajou and designed by Patrick Lehoux, you could just grab some old beer and soda bottles and create your own upcycled glasses that way. So easy to use!
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    Sanwa 3D ViewMaster
    Gear  |  Tech  
    Sanwa 3D View-Master allows you to view YouTube movies on an iPhone instead of the classic circular slides. The Sanwa device works in a similar manner to its ancient mechanical counterpart, but magnifies side-by-side yt3D YouTube movies on an iPhone instead of the classic circular slides. You simply insert your iPhone in the slot and you're good to go; each eye only sees the image its meant to see, resulting in the 3D effect. It's 1,980 yen or roughly $25.
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    Beer Tracker Bottle Opener
    Gear  |  Gadget  
    It's called Beer Tracker Bottle Opener, which works like every bottle opener in the store, except that it keeps track of the number of bottles that have been opened using it throughout the night. If you made anyone any promises to stay sober or if you're driving the gang home tonight, then you need this bottle opener.  You can buy it online for $10 over at FredFlare.
    Aerial portraits using people as pixels

    Aerial portraits using people as pixels
    Gear  |  Pic  
    These portraits that are created by artist Craig Alan have gained popularity around the web recently. Created by using other humans as 'pixels', the aerial portraits are pretty amazing.
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    Gear  |  Video  
    Let's see what fireworks look like from above, using a camera was rigged on 3 giant balloons. By Jeremiah Warren.
    Shelving the Body

    Shelving the Body
    Gear  |  Projects  
    Shelving the Body by Darragh Casey. Cool
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    RoboChair

    RoboChair
    Gear  |  Projects  

    Nerds Rejoice! RoboChair is foldable lounge chair that doubles as wall art--it's functional art! Unlike most folding chairs that get stored in a closet or tucked away when not in use, RoboChair hangs proudly on your wall with an easy mounting bracket.
    RoboChair by Brad Benke of Stahl Architects at Kickstarter!

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    Slovenian skateboarder Almir Jusovic shows off his unusual skills

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    Untitled by Chris Magnusson(flickr user)
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    Cool!
    Musical umbrella by Berlinbased hackers
    Gear  |  MusicKit  


    TWO Berlin-based hackers Alice Zappe and Julia Lager create a musical umbrella that produces a random series of lo-fi 8-bit tones. How does this umbrella work? Well, it's simple. When raindrops strike the outside surface of the umbrella canopy, they are converted to tones by the the presence of twelve piezo pickup sensors which are taped to the underside of the umbrella and respond to vibration. The piezo’s are then fed into an Arduino Uno - an inexpensive and open source micro-controller popular with hackers and hobbyists, which is in turn connected to two speakers.
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    Wondeful photomontages by Greek designer Charis

    Wondeful photomontages by Greek designer Charis
    Gear  |  Pic  
    These photomontages are created by Greek visual designer Charis Tsevis. Depending on where you live you may recognize some of these wonderful pieces of work. Tsevis’ client list includes companies like Toyota, IKEA, Bradesco Bank, Saatchi and Saatchi, Lowe, Leo Burnett, BBH and media like Time, Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, Los Angeles Times, Sunday Times, Panorama, Epoca, MacFan Japan and many more. If you wish to explore Charis Tsevis' amazing body of work further, go and take a look at his photostream, you won’t be disappointed.
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    Gear  |  Video  
    This is a video called 'Pass Me A Beer' that lasts 2 minutes, it is a creative beer-passing video. The video, featuring two dudes from Milwaukee, Wisconsin passing each other beers in fun and creative ways. Some involve trampolines, some slingshots, some flagpoles, but all -- ALL involve a foamy, undrinkable can of Old Milwaukee by the end. Funny and cool!
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    Electric heated butter knife by Warburtons
    Gear  |  Design  
    Try to use this electric heated butter knife, you will not need to heat your butter in a microwave or with a hairdryer to get it spreaded. Created by British Warburtons, this knife is powered by 2 AA batteries that fit right into the handle. When the knife is activated by a button, it becomes heated and easily cuts through butte. Make sure that the knife is heated up to 41.8 degrees Celsius.
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    The main character is a bookmark, stuck in a forgotten book, caught in a life marked by standstill in a deserted room. One day it is knocked over by wind. Unfolding hands and feet, the bookmark is swept back into the pages and the two are reunited for a journey. It experiences its environment by surfing the pages that turn into ocean waves and enjoys the ride of its life.
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    USB Shoe Foot Cooler Ideal for shoes socks and

    USB Shoe Foot Cooler Ideal for shoes socks and
    Gear  |  Other  
    A weird idea from Japan!
    From the website:
    "Worried about smelly or sticky feet this summer?
    Fear not, Thanko's got the answer!
    Keep your shoes, socks, and sweaty feet breezy with the USB Foot Cooler, a tube that straps to your leg and then slips into your shoes.
    It's connected to a USB cable so you can power the fan by your mobile device if you are out and about, or your computer if you are at your work station.
    The end of the tube has a small pump that blows out cooling air at either high or low settings.
    You can also strap it your arm and cool your armpit too, though at a slight risk of looking a bit like a drug addict!
    It can even blow up a beach ball in around 10 minutes!
    Features:
    • Power: USB 2.0
    • Tube length: 330mm (13")
    • USB cable: 120cm (3.9 ft)
    • Weight: around 114g (4 oz)
    • Pump: 30 x 75mm (1.2 x 3")
    • Ideal for shoes, socks and armpits
    • Instructions: Japanese (but very self-explanatory)
    $40.
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