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    It's a project on kickstarter, Good idea... or terrible?
    "· Universal, Effective, and Safe when used responsibly (iPhone, Blackberry, Android, etc.)
    · Professionally engineered to keep your phone flush against the top of the steering wheel
    · Designed to not interfere with deployment of the airbag
    · Ability to rotate/tilt for customized viewing and placement for proper viewing of odometer. Can use full functionality of your smart-phone - when vehicle stationary
    · Phone stays in place securely and will not hit your legs while rotating the steering wheel
    · Installs in less than 30 seconds and no tools are necessary.
    · Overcomes top complaints inherent with all other hands-free accessories: limited viewing, bad placement, limited access, having to move eyes too much, unable to use GPS properly, can't use speaker phone, among others
    Some of the uses of The Steer Safe include:
    · Making/receiving phone calls
    · Using your GPS

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    French artist Elise Morin and architect Clémence Eliard hand sewed 65,000 old CDs and laid them out on inflatable mounds to create a sea of discs. It looks like" a still sea of metallic dunes." The art exhibit is called "Wastelandscape" and is located in Paris.
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    Incredible Anatomical Sculptures by Canadian artist Maskull Lasserre. This snake skeleton axe entitled Secret Carpentry, cool.
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    The camera has no lens, no sensor and no optics whatsoever. Just a faux shutter button that triggers a cellphone hidden inside to retrieve and display a photo from Flickr that was taken at the exact same moment.
    "Taking a photo means making a memory. Choosing a moment in time and framing a situation. Archiving it or making it public. Either way, we create a visual item that we have an emotional attachment to through our memory. Photos help us to remember moments in our past. Often they even become a memory in their own right. For many, making their moments public through services like Flickr is already part the process of photography itself, creating archives which contain a vast collection of visual fragments of individual lives. "
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    The Bangkok worker used recycled materials from old cars and bicycles to create a monster machine which is sculpted to look like a beast. It looks awesome, it really does 
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    Petter Forsberg has made his own Segway, check out the video watch it in action!
    The music is "Professor Kliq - Work at Night" and can be downloaded freely from http://www.professorkliq.com/
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    These clothes hangers make from bro­ken chair back, created by designer Antonello Fusè from REsign. By fixing a metal hook into broken chair back which was cut off at various points, transforming it into a coat hanger. Giving a second life to old chair that going to throw away. Cool idea.
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    "The Fifth Dimensional Camera" (above), created by Jon Ardern and Anab Jain (also above), is a fictional device that captures glimpses of parallel universes.
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    This is an Atari 2600 with 24k gold plating. The casemod was made by Urchin Associates, as part of a project called "Gold Mine, All Mine".
    "The Atari 2600 is a video game console released in October 1977 by Atari, Inc. It is credited with popularizing the use of microprocessor-based hardware and cartridges containing game code, instead of having non-microprocessor dedicated hardware with all games built in. "

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    Metamorphosis is a photograph project by Jonathan Ducruix.
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    "When Paintballing meets Street Art the end result can only be amazing! These Paintballing legends turn the graffiti world on its head using their paintball guns to create awesome street art images. "
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    Cutaway Leaf Art by Lorenzo Duran.
    "Artist Lorenzo Duran’s picks the perfect leaf and then washes, dries, molds and gently cuts away at it until he makes beautiful art. It’s an interesting technique based on paper-cutting in China, Japan, Germany and Switzerland. "
    Can a plastic bottle full of water become a 60W lightbulb? Check out this simple and revolutionary Brazilian invention.
    Alfredo Mozer of São Paulo invented the plastic bottle lamp.
    Though it works only during the day, it provides light equivalent to that of a 40 to 60 watt light bulb. Green idea.
    Bottle Rescue in Chile "Installing bottle lights for a rural family" , here
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    'Persona' is a photography series that documents whatever people consider essential enough to carry on carry around with them everyday. [ link ]
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    Based on the popularity of the "P-TREE" at Denmark's Roskilde Festival. Aandeboom has "produced 50 P-TREES in the typical Roskilde Orange color, placed in 2 different spots near the main stage," to the delight (and utility) of "more than 100,000 visitors." Cool!
    "The P-TREE is a temporary tree-friendly urinal that can be fixed on every tree using straps and lashings. The P-tree gives a feeling of freedom during peeing. It is the same as peeing into the wild. The hoses from the urinal can be combined and connected on a waste pipe with container. The P-tree is very accessible for festivals, public gardens, events, etc. P-tree and Lashings are available in different RAL-colors."
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    Niklas Roy built this lovely “Electronic Instant Camera” using an old B&W video camera hooked up to a thermal printer via an ATMega8 micro controller. Check the video.
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    Portland, Oregon resident Greg Tanous designed and made this superhumanoid R/C airplane that look and fly like real fictional superheroes.  Check out the video(enthusiastic rock music soundtrack).
    Melvin the Mixed Media Machine is a Rube Goldberg Machine that photographs his audience and takes pictures and and makes video's of his audience which he instantly uploads to his website, facebook and twitter account.
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    The Toaster "is a large picture, 5 meter wide and 4.5 meter high, totally made from slices of bread toasted in different lengths of time to reach the nuances between black and white, ochre and rust. It took several days of work and several friends and their toasters to prepare the 2.500 pieces of toast necessary to build the gigantic mosaic, which reproduce a photograph of a toaster"
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    Malthus, a Meal a Day is an interesting idea by Conceptual Devices. It is designed to optimize space and costs with indoor food production.
    "Malthus is an in-home aquaponics unit designed for the next generation kitchen or living room. It grows one meal a day: a portion of fish and a side salad. Aquaponics farming is a technique that combines the cultivation of fish with the growing of vegetables. The fish provides rich fertilizer for the plants and in return, the plants clean the water from the tank. The fish and the plants co-exist in a symbiotic relationship.
    Malthus is an appliance for the kitchen of the future that grows food right next to where you cook it. Malthus consists of a fish tank that holds 400 litres which can support more then 2kg of fish like tilapia, salmon, grey fish or carp. The water is pumped through three cultivated grow beds which filter the water for the fish."
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