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    Enter No More Woof, the headset that wants to translate your dog's thoughts into human-speak.
    "No More Woof reads your dog's mind via electroencephalogram sensors — it measures brain waves. The folks at NSID say they've decoded some of the most easily detected doggie thought patterns, like "I'm hungry," "I'm tired," and "I want to pee." Using a brain-computer interface powered by a Raspberry Pi, No More Woof turns these mental states into verbal cues"
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    Artist Caroline Eriksson made this edible Optimus Prime, using 700-800 individual pieces of gingerbread.
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    The Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control in Zurich has developed a cube that can stand on its own corner without any outside help. The Cubli is a 15 × 15 × 15 cm cube that can jump up and balance on its corner.
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    Flowershell are standard 12 gauge (0.729 in, 18.5 mm) shotgun ammunition, but instead of being filled with birdshot or buckshot, they’re loaded with one of twelve different seed types. Designed by Studio Total. Flower Shells has just launched a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo. You can currently pre-order a box of four shells for $50 dollars.
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    Blue, 51-inch-long, high-density, triple-braided, double-waxed cotton shoelaces with aluminum tips. They are not just accessories, the project is a collaboration between American apparel makers to help their country’s native manufacturers.
    $5+ pledge( on kickstarter)
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    New York based artist Deborah Simon sculpts faux-bears out of polymer clay, faux fur, linen, embroidery floss, acrylic paint, glass, wire and foam. Aside from their size (around 22″ high), Simon’s bears are realistically detailed and meticulously fabricated. Her inside-out bears tread the boundaries of taxidermy, toy, and sculpture. Simon’s work was recently exhibited at packer schopf gallery for context in miami coinciding with art basel miami beach 2013.
    Evolution has always held a particular fascination for me, informing how I create and group the animals in my work. As I’ve read and dug through museum collections to research my pieces, western science’s mania for labeling, codifying and collecting has stood out. Most of this categorizing bears little resemblance to how animals and plants exist out in the natural world and I find this disconnect fascinating.”
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    English artist Simon Beck creates these amazing snow art by walking through the snowfield and leaving behind his track prints.
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    Gigs2Go is a credit card-sized pack of 4 thumb drives housed in a 100% post-consumer recycled paper pulp enclosure. When you need to share something, you simply tear one off and give it to your client or friend. The drives are mostly biodegradable. They come in three sizes: 2GB, 4GB and 8GB, the cheapest one being only $30 and the 8GB drives setting you back $40.
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    Hammer Nunchuck sculptures by Texas-based artist Nimer Aleck are intended only as sculpture but due design simularity and legislation. They're made from two hammers connected by a metal chain.
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    Shigeru Ban created this temporary and mobile pavilion for the Abu Dhabi Art Festival. The project is constructed almost entirely from cardboard cylinders, with tubes of varying lengths and dimensions arranged to form an engaging and inviting semi-external volume.
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    At first glance, this amazing piece seems like a simple candle with a burning wick and slowly melting wax dripping down the sides. However, upon closer inspection, an incredible little scene reveals itself in the form of digital art. Created by Indonesia-based artist Ferdi Rizkiyanto, Uncharted features the journey of a group of people as they climb the sides of the luminous tower of hot liquid. With cameras on their shoulders, the explorers fearlessly venture into new territory in search of discovery.
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    Kodak’s Super 8 Film system is "a brilliant film format that inspired thousands of wonderfully well made Super 8 cinema cameras. Unfortunately, the proprietary film cartridges are no longer in production and existing supplies are quickly diminishing."
    The Digital Super 8 is a tiny but which has a 5mp OmniVision sensor and a custom glass objective lens. It records 720p H.264 video with a 4:3 aspect ratio.The Nolab uses SD cards for storage and relies on a rechargeable battery for power.
    "Avoid all of the hassles associated with film.
    Footage limited only by SD card size
    No film processing time or costs
    No telecine transfer time or costs
    Direct import into editing application
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    Awesome animated object by artist Sabine Timm.
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    Forever Pillow is a brilliant idea!
    "Forever Pillow is not a regular loop, but it's in the shape of the Möbius strip. If you look closely you’ll notice it has a twist that creates a never-ending surface. This infinity concept inspired us to design a versatile pillow that can be used in endless possible ways when you twist and turn it."
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    Foaster looks like a miniature toaster, keeps your two of Apple’s iPhone(5, 5S, and 5C) charged at once, eliminates clutter, and looks great in your kitchen. It comes with two built-in MFI-certified Lightning connectors and USB cables. Foaster is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of $79 will get you one of your very own.
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    The project 'Auto Aerobics' by UK based artist Chris La Brooy using three-dimensional tools. He reinvents cars, rolling each with one another for a rendering both beautiful and strange.
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    Sterling silver.
    15" x 8.5" x 5.5".
    In the permanent collection of the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
    The artist's website is here.
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    A Walking City designed by Spanish architect Manuel Domínguez. Manuel Dominguez’s “Very Large Structure,” is a nomadic city that can move on caterpillar tracks to locations where work and resources are abundant.
    "Of course this is not the first time that the idea of a nomadic city has been proposed. Ron Herron’s Walking City is one of the more recognizable Archigram designs from the 1960s, and has been influential to architectural theory ever since. However, the design for the “Very Large Structure” expands on the Walking City by including strong proposals for energy generation on board the city."
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    Motorola is developing a free, open hardware platform for creating highly modular smartphones. The design for Project Ara consists of what we call an endoskeleton (endo) and modules.  The endo is the structural frame that holds all the modules in place. A module can be anything, from a new application processor to a new display or keyboard, an extra battery, a pulse oximeter--or something not yet thought of!  So you can upgrade your processor, battery, screen, all just by plopping modular components onto an "endoskeleton" base. It' still a working prototype.
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