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  • The Apple Mac Bench made from Old Macs

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    The Apple Mac Bench made from Old Macs
    Gear | Desktop
    This Apple Mac Bench  created by Klaus Geiger. As you can see from the photos, Klaus uses two Apple power Mac G5s for the legs of his bench, and he also created some other modular furniture using casings from Apple Macs.
    "A seat and table furniture concept based on the aluminium housing of the PowerMac G5 computer from Apple. The computers were produced over a period of almost 10 years in the outwardly identical form: a milestone in the development of the design.
     Because they are simply too good to be disposed of, we have developed this “upcycling” project and develop…
    The idea for the bench gave the initial impetus. A seat from a solid wood Board refers to the radius of the “Temple” of the housing and integrates so seamlessly into the overall shape
    ."
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    A chair that spills its guts

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    A chair that spills its guts
    Home | Furniture
    By Cao Hui, “Visual Temperature — Sofa,” 2008.
    Mixed Materials: Resin, Fiber, etc. 98x106x108 cm.
    More images after more.
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    The Incredible Melting Mandle

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    The Incredible Melting Mandle
    Gear | Tools
    The Incredible Melting Mandle,  handmade zombie candle by stexe. He's cast in wax and hand-painted  with acrylic paint. Available on stexe’s Etsy store.
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    What the US Thinks Of Europe

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Gear | Video
    What the US and Europe think of each other.
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    Scale Chair

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Scale Chair
    Gear | Design
    Scale Chair by the design firm Kalbut DSGN.
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    Motorcycle Chariot

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Car | Motorcycle
    Motorcycle Chariot
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    Candy From Fridge Ice Dispenser Is Genius

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Gear | Video
    Deric Peace has figured out a genius hack using his refrigerator door ice dispenser. Deric replaced all the ice with candy! And it works very well. Good idea!
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    Picture: arrows earring!

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Picture arrows earring
    Gear | Pic
    Cool
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    The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Gear | AD
    As the official airline of Middle-earth, Air New Zealand has gone all out to celebrate the third and final film in The Hobbit Trilogy - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Starring Elijah Wood and Sir Peter Jackson; here's The Most Epic Safety Video Ever Made.
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    PhotoMath Application instantly solves math problems by using a phone's camera

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    PhotoMath Application instantly solves math problems by using a phone s
    Gear | Apple


    From the video , it looks like it works pretty great (the app won't be available until 2015 though, the year true future stuff happens according to BTTF). PhotoMath explains:
     "PhotoMath reads and solves mathematical expressions by using the camera of your mobile device in real time. It makes math easy and simple by educating users how to solve math problems."
    It’s an application that scans an equation on paper by using your smartphone’s camera, and then proceeds to solve it instantly. Not only do you get your answer right away, you get a step-by-step breakdown of the solution. Still, if you’re curious about it, you can sign up to be notified when it’s ready for download.
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    Semi-rigid Cubic Rubber Bands

    By Ben on Thu Oct 23 2014 |
    Semirigid Cubic Rubber Bands
    Gear | Design
    They’re rubber bands shaped like a wireframe cube. From designer Nendo, "the geometrical shapes make the bands easy to find in a drawer and easy to pick up." Eye-watering pricetag, though: about $10 for three from Mark's.
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