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Technology, Physical, Art
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transforms
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Right into your face AirVR - Virtual Reality for iOS by Metatecture
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The sound of an atom has been captured. Microscope image: The artificial atom, in grey-blue to the upper right, can emit and absorb sound that moves across the surface of a microchip. The grey-blue structure to the lower left is the combined loudspeaker/microphone used to communicate acoustically with the atom. via phys.org
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Simon Denny exhibits the Electronic Company’s Climb to Global Dominance: “New Management” @ Portikus. “Simon Denny’s exhibition New Management explores a pivotal occasion in the history of the South Korean multinational Samsung. The 1993 “Frankfurt Declaration” was a three-day conference in a Frankfurt hotel by Samsung’s Chairman Lee Kun-hee for dozens of his top executives and shareholders. During the event, Kun-hee outlined a new management philosophy, which helped propel Samsung into becoming the largest electronics company in the world.” via ofluxo
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Drone Bird, Pássaro robótico FESTO, video.
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Bruce Sterling, Smart City States. Talk at FAB10, video. and more videos in the FAB10 youtube channel. FAB10 the 10th international Fab Lab conference and Fab Festival.
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Scientists Create Transparent Solar Concentrator, via IFLScience
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“Rumplestiltskin” Bacteria Digests Toxic Liquid, Poops 24-Karat Gold, "Rumplestiltskin" Bacteria Digests Toxic Liquid, Poops 24-Karat Gold | Ecouterre. “Scientists at Michigan State University have discovered a strain of bacteria that literally excretes gold. Cupriavidus metalliduran, according to microbiologist Kazem Kashefi and electronic artist Adam Brown, doesn’t just survive on toxic concentrations of auric chloride, it thrives.”
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Kira Van, via spiegel.de
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The prototypes[7] of the x-y mutual capacitance multi-touch screens (left) developed at CERN. via wikipedia
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growing air, “Trees and plants absorb harmful pollutants by sucking them up through a network of tiny pores on the surface of their leaves. This system also siphons particulate matter — the tiny particles of liquid, metal, soil and dust that can pass through the throat into the lungs, along with the byproducts of fuel and many of the toxic chemicals used in building materials.” dont miss the 5 mins how to video
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A second massive crater has appeared in a remote part of Siberia on the Yamal Peninsula, called “the end of the world.” The new crater was discovered by reindeer herders about 30 kilometers (19 miles) from the first, reports the Moscow Times.
More news: “In findings that have seriously alarmed environmental scientists, two more chasms have recently been discovered, leading experts to believe they’re part of an alarming trend that can be linked to global warming. The explanation: Siberian permafrost contains a deep, frozen mixture of salt, sand, gas and water that has laid largely undisturbed for around 11,000 years. As the Siberian peninsula warms, the permafrost is beginning to thaw. As the gas mixes with salt and water (as well as salty sand), the result is a volatile mixture that builds pressure until it ejects out of the ground with massive force. The Siberian Times reports this is the generally accepted theory. [..] Why you should care: Melting permafrost releases large amounts of methane, a greenhouse gas 20 times as potent as carbon dioxide.
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Lego Microscope This build was originally inspired by the Lego X-Pod sets. While trying to find a use for the pod itself, I realized that it was very close to a deep petri dish. I used a planetary gear system to allow both coarse and fine adjustment of the objective “lens”. A little more tinkering and I connected the focus to a magnifying glass and fiber optic light in the eyepiece, so adjusting the focus knobs would actually bring the writing on a Lego stud in and out of focus. via Geeky Gadgets, legosaurus, jtotheizzoe
Lego Microscope This build was originally inspired by the Lego X-Pod sets. While trying to find a use for the pod itself, I realized that it was very close to a deep petri dish. I used a planetary gear system to allow both coarse and fine adjustment of the objective “lens”. A little more tinkering and I connected the focus to a magnifying glass and fiber optic light in the eyepiece, so adjusting the focus knobs would actually bring the writing on a Lego stud in and out of focus. via Geeky Gadgets, legosaurus, jtotheizzoe
Lego Microscope This build was originally inspired by the Lego X-Pod sets. While trying to find a use for the pod itself, I realized that it was very close to a deep petri dish. I used a planetary gear system to allow both coarse and fine adjustment of the objective “lens”. A little more tinkering and I connected the focus to a magnifying glass and fiber optic light in the eyepiece, so adjusting the focus knobs would actually bring the writing on a Lego stud in and out of focus. via Geeky Gadgets, legosaurus, jtotheizzoe
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DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true. Read More via wetheurban
DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true. Read More via wetheurban
DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true. Read More via wetheurban
DESIGN: The Pocket Printer by Zuta Labs The Zuta Labs’ pocket printer has apparently made mobile printing a dream come true. Read More via wetheurban
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Geometric Beehive Sculptures by Ren Ri via itscolossal
Geometric Beehive Sculptures by Ren Ri via itscolossal
Geometric Beehive Sculptures by Ren Ri via itscolossal
Geometric Beehive Sculptures by Ren Ri via itscolossal
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19 Year Old Develops Machine To Clean The Oceans Of Plastic. “Plastic might be a cheap, versatile and useful material, but it’s also an environmental disaster. We produce around 300 million tons of plastic per year, and since 1950 we have produced around 6 billion metric tons of the stuff. It’s clogging up landfills, becoming trapped in Arctic ice, polluting our oceans and harming wildlife. Recently, we heard the results of a survey of the seafloor off the European coast which revealed garbage as deep as 4.5 kilometers below the surface.” via iflscience