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    Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone
    Apple  
    Chicago-based company Gramovox has merged the old with the new in its Bluetooth Gramophone. It is a 3:4 scale replica of the 1920s R2 Magnavox horn speaker and packs a Bluetooth 3.0 module to allow wireless connection of mobile devices.
    "We proudly introduce the Gramovox™: World’s First Bluetooth Gramophone. Our bold design and vintage sound are inspired by the 1920s Magnavox R3 Horn Speaker. Its form and function are a marriage of vintage and modern aesthetics—producing a timeless piece that allows you to stream nostalgia.
    Our S-curve horn is a 3:4 scale reproduction of the 1920s R3 Magnavox horn. It is acoustically-optimized to brilliantly amplify music generated from the wood base. Our final horns will be manufactured out of steel and brass. For our prototype we used stereolithography (SLA) to 3D print the horn. After printing it, we painted/textured the horn black and silk-screened our logo. We chose a clean, classic typeface for a beautiful aesthetic complement."
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    Video  
    A sea eagle has recorded unusual footage of WA's remote Kimberley after stealing a video camera and taking it on a 100 kilometre journey.
    "Unexpectedly our camera went missing so we thought we had lost it because it fell into the water," Gooniyandi ranger Roneil Skeen said.
    But a few weeks ago, they got a phone call to say a Parks and Wildlife ranger had found the small device at the Mary River, about 110 kilometres away.
    They have been able to extract three 30-second clips that reveal the culprit to be a thieving sea eagle.
    The footage shows the juvenile eagle scooping up the recorder, and taking to the air.
    Later, it is deposited on the ground and the animal pecks at it."
    Video  
    Kevin Parry and Andrea Nesbitt of Candy Glass Productions created a mountain spinning flyby effect in a sick hyperlapse of Mt. Hood. Here's the full video below. You can see the mountain spinning at around the 1:15 mark.
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    Flavorfilled chocolate paint tubes
    Food  
    Nendo has designed a collection of limited edition chocolates for Japanese department store Seibu, that resembles a set of oil paints. Each of the 12 individual morsels of delectable goodness features a label that indicates the flavour / 'hue' inside, while also serving as a way of keeping one's fingers clean while enjoying the treats.
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    VW Campervan Children s Play Tent
    Sport  
    This new licensed TI VW Camper Van play tent is just what every hip and happening kid needs this summer. Perfect indoors and outdoors, these new mini versions of the iconic 1965 split-screen VW camper van are too cool for school. $50
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    Sprout bookmark
    Design  
    The Sprout Bookmark by Korean designer Youngdoo Park of Doodoo design studio aims to evoke a sense of surprise by giving an impression of a plant growing out of a book. The slim profile allows you to leave it between the pages to mark your place, or let it stick out at the top of your reading material.
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    Hidden faces in things
    Pic  
    The Twitter account @FacesPics shares with us the photographs of objects, buildings, and other things that look unmistakably like faces of people or animals. Funny!
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    Tail Lights LED Strips For Your Horse s Tail
    Pet  


    These are Tail Lights, strips of programmable LEDs to light up your horse's tail for higher visibility.
    Tail Lights will come in a various colors  - Blue, Red, Green, White, Pink/Purple,Yellow, and will allow the user to choose from various lighting effects including strobe, fade, and flash.  Custom lights will be available so you can get your RED WHITE and BLUE on at any time!
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    Daydream by Nonotak Studio
    Video  


    DAYDREAM by Nonotak Studio is an audiovisual installation that generates space distortions.
    "Relationship between space and time, accelerations, contractions, shifts and metamorphosis have been the lexical field of the project. This installation aimed at establishing a physical connection between the virtual space and the real space, blurring the limits and submerging the audience into a short detachment from reality. Lights generate abstract spaces while sounds define the echoes of virtual spaces. Daydream is an invitation to contemplation. The frontality of the installation leads the visitors to a passive position"
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