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X-Ray Photos of Astronaut Spacesuits, Cool

By Ben on Wed Sep 4 2013 |
XRay Photos of Astronaut Spacesuits Cool
Gear | Pic
The Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum exhibiting fascinating X-ray photos of early NASA spacesuit, as a part of "Suited for Space."
"Suited for Space reveals the remarkable creativity and ingenuity of nearly a century of flight and spacesuit design and development. Through rare and original photography, including unique new x-ray images of spacesuit interiors, the exhibition reveals how the modern technological marvel that is the spacesuit enables astronauts to live and work in space"
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Wrist-worn Mirror for Cyclists

By Ben on Wed Sep 4 2013 |
Wristworn Mirror for Cyclists
Gear | Bike
The RearViz mirror features a collapsible convex mirror, for a wider angle of view, the device allows you to see what’s behind you without having to contort yourself away from the road in front. It is made from waterproof materials, and features a pouch to insert contact information as well as medical data that could come in handy if all your precautions fail and you find yourself on the way to the hospital. A comfortable, adjustable armband keeps the mirror securely in place. It comes in two sizes, one for the wrist and the other for the forearm and cost between $23 and $37. Good idea.
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Skin by Ariana Russell

By Monica on Wed Sep 4 2013 |
Skin by Ariana Russell
Gear | Pic
Ariana Page Russell' skin blushes easily. The slightest scratch will become visible as swollen line on pink skin. Due to a condition called dermatographia, her immune system releases excessive amounts of histamine, causing capillaries to dilate and welts to appear, lasting about thirty minutes. This allows her to painlessly draw on her skin with just enough time to photograph the results. The outcome are maybe irritating, yet fascinating close ups of art of temporary nature.
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Towering shower

By Monica on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
Towering shower
Home | Design
London based studio Random International has created a monumental, performative structure at the World Heritage site Zollverein using water. Random cycle almost 30,000 litres of water per minute to create a monolithic form, an ephemeral tower that appears and disappears instantaneously.
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Star Wars Darth Vader Flexible Spatula

By Monica on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
Star Wars Darth Vader Flexible Spatula
Home | Kitchen
Baking cookies or flipping pancakes would be more interesting with this Star Wars Darth Vader flexible spatula. The head is made from flexible nylon-silicone and is heat-resistant and will not scratch nonstick pans.
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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite

By Ben on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
Gear | Gadget
Amazon releases its new version of the Paperwhite. The new Kindle Paperwhite($120) is brighter and faster features a new display technology with higher contrast, the next generation built-in light, a faster processor. It’s easy to read in bright sunlight, won’t tire your eyes in the dark, weighs just 7.3 ounces so you can read comfortably for hours with one hand, and has eight weeks of battery life and built-in WiFi and free 3G. The storage will get you enough room for ove 1,000 books. The new Kindle starts Paperwhite starts at $119 and will ship at the end of September.
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Bionym Nymi Bracelet Replaces Passwords, You Heartbeat Is Your New Password

By Ben on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
Bionym Nymi Bracelet Replaces Passwords You Heartbeat Is Your New
Gear | Gadget


A new device called the Bionym Nymi in the form of a bracelet has been designed over the last 10 years and is hoping to replace your passwords and logins.The Nymi($79) wristband proves your identity by listening to your heartbeat's unique rhythm.
A person'selectrocardiogram(ECG) is dependent on the size, position, and physiology of their heart, and it's completely unique to every person. It's as unique to you as your fingerprint, and unlike your fingerprint you're not leaving your ECG on glasses or windows or cell phones everywhere you go. That ECG is what Bionym uses to identify you as you.
The Nymi is the first wearable authentication technology that allows you to take control of your identity through cardiac rhythm recognition. Authenticate once and remain authenticated until the wristband is removed. Move beyond passwords, pins and locks and interact with the technology that fills your daily life with proximity detection and task-based gesture control. The Nymi presents a new and exciting system that grants you access for being you!”
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More images of the Sony DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 lens camera

By Ben on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
More images of the Sony DSCQX10 and DSCQX100 lens
Gear | Pic
We have reported the leaked images of the DSC-Q10 and the DSC-QX100 before. Now, a new full set of leaked press images offer more clarity than ever about what we can expect. These images show two mounting possibilities: one that clips onto a normal smartphone and another which uses a special case on the phone to attach the lens. The QX10 will cost $250 and feature a 1/2.3-inch 18-megapixel sensor paired with an f/3.3-5.9 lens, while the The QX100 will cost $450.
"They have built-in sensor, Bionz processor, Wifi/NFC wireless connection and SD card slot. These lenses have no LCD screen and no usual camera controls. You will be able to control them through your smartphone(via WiFi or NFC). "
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Time-Lapse of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Construction

By Ben on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
Gear | Video
Witness more than 42,000 hours of construction in just 4 minutes with this official time-lapse movie of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Our live streaming video and high definition time-lapse construction cameras have been on site since 2008 to document progress, archiving nearly 2 million images for the $6.4 billion bridge.
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Behind the Scenes With Set Photos From Season Four of Game of Thrones

By Ben on Tue Sep 3 2013 |
Behind the Scenes With Set Photos From Season Four of Game of
Gear | Pic
Location filming in Croatia began yesterday at the Trsteno Arboretum, and several members of the press were invited down to the set to watch. Natalie Dormer, Gwendoline Christie, and Dame Diana Rigg featured in the scene, said to be a part of the fourth season’s first episode.
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