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Volta Sound Block

By Monica on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Volta Sound Block
Gear | Gadget
There is the situation when you stay in your bedroom but leave your iPhone in the living room, and thus miss important calls. The problem can be settled with the Volta Sound Block, a passive sound amplifier for your iPhone. No electronics, chargers or blue-tooth gadgetry is needed. The Sound Block attaches to the Horn using Neodymium Magnets, which allow for maximum holding power, easy horn adjustment and easy transportation.
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Starry light

By Monica on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Starry light
Home | Lighting
The Starry Light features a hemispheric form. When in use, the lamp projects a magnificent and exact view of the night sky to the walls. Make your home a dreamy place with the lamp.
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Pocketable Bluetooth Keyboard for your iPhone

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Pocketable Bluetooth Keyboard for your iPhone
Gear | Projects


This myType keyboard is a flexible Bluetooth keyboard that is designed to be the most convenient keyboard to take with you on the go while also providing the efficiency of a full-size keyboard when you need it.
“The myType Keyboard is designed to be the most comfortable and convenient keyboard to take with you on the go while also providing the efficiency of a full-size keyboard when you need it. When folded, it fits comfortably in a pocket. It is lightweight, ultra-slim and compact allowing you to easily take it with you just like you take your smartphone or tablet.
When it’s open, it provides a laptop/desktop feel and efficiency. And it is perfect for any normal work environment, school or travel, offering completely wireless Bluetooth technology and a long battery life that connects quickly and easily to smartphones and tablets. With the myType Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard, you can increasingly use your smartphone or tablet as a replacement for your laptop.”
The myType Keyboard project is currently over on the Kickstarter looking to raise enough pledges to make it from concept to production.
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Man At Arms Made Insane Wolverine Claws

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Gear | Video
Man At Arms's Tony Swatton made Wolverine's claws, made from tempered steel might be his best work yet. They're 12-inch long on the front and 4-inch long on the backside and can slice anything you can imagine.
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Monumental Plant Sculptures at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales Montréal 2013.

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Monumental Plant Sculptures at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales Montr al

Monumental Plant Sculptures at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales Montr al
Gear | Other
Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal is an international mosaiculture competition held in Montréal, Canada. The plant culptures made of living plants! The Mosaïcultures Internationales Montréal runs until September 29, 2013. There are many more photos of the exhibition on Flickr.
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The Photo Man

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Gear | Video
Mark Kologi has collected and sold literally millions of forgotten personal photos of complete strangers.
Produced & Directed by Ben Kitnick.
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Third Story Fall Prank

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Gear | Video
Third Story Fall Prank
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a huge waterspout vortex

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
a huge waterspout vortex
Gear | Pic


This is a huge waterspout vortex that formed in Tampa Bay, Florida on Tuesday. Super creepy.
ABC Action News posted viewer-submitted footage of the waterspout in action.
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Gif: Tale of Tales by Yuri Norstein.

By Ben on Mon Jul 15 2013 |
Gif Tale of Tales by Yuri Norstein
Gear | Pic
Tale of Tales by Yuri Norstein. Jumps!
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DARPA’s real-world Terminator, Atlas

By Ben on Sun Jul 14 2013 |
DARPA  s realworld Terminator Atlas
Gear | Tech


DARPA and Boston Dynamics, of BigDog, Petman, and Cheetah fame, have unveiled their most advanced humanoid robot yet: Atlas. At 6’2″ (188cm) and 330lbs (150kg). with 28 hydraulically actuated joints, Atlas can replicate almost every degree of human motion, watch the video above. Atlas has an on-board, real-time computer — but it hasn’t yet been loaded up with its software brain. As it stands, Atlas is a shell, and more than a dozen teams will now compete in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) to see who can create the best brain for Atlas.
"In December 2013, each team will load up an Atlas with its software and compete in a series of disaster response trials. The best teams will receive continued funding from DARPA, and will then compete in the DRC finals in December 2014. Whoever wins that will receive $2 million from DARPA, and presumably a big contract for the commercial production of Atlas robots.”
As you can see in the video, Atlas has no problem walking over rough terrain...
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