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Strong Man Toilet Paper Holder

By Monica on Tue Nov 20 2012 |
Strong Man Toilet Paper Holder
Gear | Gadget
The Strong Man Toilet Paper Holder holds 2 rolls of toilet paper for you.
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Real-life Up's flying house

By Monica on Tue Nov 20 2012 |
Reallife Up s flying house
Gear | Other
Jonathan Trappe, a 38-year-old from Raleigh, North Carolina, flew above the International Ballon Festival in Leon, Mexico, in a house inspired by the Disney Pixar movie Up.
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Enormous crocodile mural

By Monica on Tue Nov 20 2012 |
Enormous crocodile mural
Gear | Pic
Enormous crocodile mural by artist Phlegm.
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Dirty Toys

By Ben on Tue Nov 20 2012 |
Gear | Video
This is a video of epic motocross with some little playmobils through several different types of terrain. Cool
  

Drop-Motion Animation

By Ben on Tue Nov 20 2012 |
Gear | Video
He's gone! Some Drop-Motion animation.
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Ice Cream Door Stop

By Ben on Mon Nov 19 2012 |
Ice Cream Door Stop
Home | Other
door stopper($14) that looks like a dropped ice cream cone.
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Sensorial Stimuli cutlery

By Monica on Mon Nov 19 2012 |
Sensorial Stimuli cutlery
Home | Kitchen
This series of "Sensorial Stimuli" cutlery are designed by Jinhyun Jeon, a graduate from Design Academy Eindhoven in Holland. They are designed to stimulate appetite. The project was inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia, a neurological condition in which stimuli like taste, colour and hearing are affected and triggered by each other.
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"Steve Maobs": Unused Fortune Magazine Cover

By Monica on Mon Nov 19 2012 |
Steve Maobs  Unused Fortune Magazine Cover
Home | Kitchen
"Steve Maobs" is an unused Fortune Magazine cover by Alex Varanese.
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Skydiving cats

By Monica on Mon Nov 19 2012 |
Gear | Video
Skydiving cats
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Drum Robot

By Ben on Mon Nov 19 2012 |
Gear | Video
MR-808 is the first drum robot that reproduces the drum sounds of the 80s - in the real world. The robot installation MR-808 is a replica of the famous 1980s electronic drum machine TR-808 -- with robots playing the drum sounds!
Read on: sonicrobots.com/mr808-eng/
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MR-808 - mechanic sound robot (all drums, miced)
A mechanic relay controlled via arduino (bass sound)
Gameboy - Arduinoboy hardware (8 bit chiptune sound)
Everything was programmed in Ableton, only equing and compression has been applied.
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