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    Season 5 is set to premiere on April 12.
    Gear  |  Video  
    Artist Graham Fink s using an eye tracker to draw portraits.
    PingPong Go Round
    Gear  |  Sport  
    'Ping-Pong Go Round' is a  round table tennis in 1998 by Singapore-based artist Lee Wen.
    "A round Ping-Pong table was made out of plywood. It was made up of 15 tabletops to be set up as doughnut shaped. The diameter was 6 meters across. Players play from inside to another player on the outside.
    After constructing it, the table was set up for a day in a community center for play by casual visitors. It looked like a sculpture by itself and yet when it is being played it becomes a structure for a sport or game
    ."
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    The Walking Dead Retold as an 8-Bit Animated Video Game
    Gear  |  Pet  
    Video shot at Jeff King's Husky Homestead in Alaska.
    Incredible Turquoise Ice

    Incredible Turquoise Ice
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Siberian photographer Alexey Trofimov captured extraordinary scenes of sunshine and ice on Lake Baikal.  The turquoise blue ice shimmers like gemstones. Massive Lake Baikal is the oldest and deepest lake on earth. More pics after more.
    "These unique frozen formations are in fact called ice hummocks. The knolls are created in part by pressure that develops gradually and unevenly in the layer of ice that covers Lake Baikal in winter. The physical make-up and temperature of the ice sheet then also become imbalanced, and hence the hummocks form and rise above the frozen surface."
    (Image credit: Alexey Trofimov)
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    How to Become Gluten Intolerant (Funny) - Ultra Spiritual Life
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    What can we learn by examining only the first and final shot of a film? This video plays the opening and closing shots of 55 films side-by-side.
    Gear  |  Camera  
    Olympus announced the Retro Olympus Stylus SH-2 Camera. It features a 16 megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, a 24x wide-angle optical zoom lens, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity for remote shooting and sharing with a smart device, RAW capture capability, and 5-Axis Image Stabilization that supports both still image and video capture. It will be released at global retailers in April at a price of $400 USD.
    Star Trek USS Enterprise Sushi Set
    Gear  |  Film  
    This Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Sushi Set from thinkgeek is pretty awesome! You set the food down on the wooden plate, and use the ship’s warp trail as chopsticks. The top of the saucer section comes off to reveal a sauce dish, and you can rotate the ship so that it doesn’t get in the way of your grub.
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    The Leviathan Teaser. Created by Ruairi Robinson.
    Picture of day night
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    night
    World Maps Made of Beeswax by Ren Ri
    Gear  |  Projects  
    Chinese artist Ren Ri works with honeybees in creating intriguing wax sculptures that live in transparent geometric containers. This project called Yuansu I: The Origin of Geometry,  he transformed honeycomb into map of various countries around the world.
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    HandCarved Sculptures Made of Pencil Lead

    HandCarved Sculptures Made of Pencil Lead
    Gear  |  Other  
    Artist Salavat Fidai has crafted a series of miniature sculptures from the ends of graphite pencils, including An Oscar trophy, Batman, Darth Vader, a graffiti can...
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    The Multitool Eat N Tool
    Gear  |  Tools  
    The Eat'N Tool($6) is a multi-tool includes spoon, fork, bottle opener, screwdriver/pry tip, metric wrenches, carabiner. Invented by NYC designer Liong Mah. A large central hole is not only designed for finger gripping, but it also keeps the Eat'N Tool weight down. At just 1.5 ounces (43 g) this multi-tool doesn't just look good on paper.
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    A somewhat-mostly-accurate educational parody film by Max Landis.
    2015 Submarine Cable Map
    Gear  |  Pic  
    2015 Submarine Cable Map created by  TeleGeography.
    "This year’s map pays tribute to the pioneering mapmakers of the Age of Discovery, incorporating elements of medieval and renaissance cartography. In addition to serving as navigational aids, maps from this era were highly sought-after works of art, often adorned with fanciful illustrations of real and imagined dangers at sea. Such embellishments largely disappeared in the early 1600s, pushing modern map design into a purely functional direction.
    To bring back the lost aesthetic that vanished along with these whimsical details, TeleGeography referenced a variety of resources in the design process. One of the most invaluable was Chet Van Duzer’s Sea Monsters in Medieval and Renaissance Maps book, which provides arguably the most complete history of the evolution of sea monsters and map design from this period. Our final product is a view of the global submarine cable network seen through the lens of a bygone era
    ."
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    By  Shane Black.
    "Take another trip around the U.S. and parts of Canada through my eyes, with Adventure Is Calling II.
    I was fortunate enough to spend several months this past summer traveling around the U.S. and parts of Canada, teaching workshops and shooting timelapse along the way. Since the trip was so similar to the year before, I thought it was fitting to dub this video as a sequel to Adventure Is Calling. This trip spanned just shy of 4 months, covered around 14,000 miles and led to this film, composed of nearly 20,000 still images."
    Gear  |  Video  
    COOPH explains 9 photo composition tips with the help of Steve McCurry's incredible photographs.
    Gif lathe
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    lathe
    How to make a smartphone microscope
    Gear  |  DIY  
    Kenji Yoshino of MAKE shows you how to make a powerful microscope from "the focus lens from a cheap laser pointer or two, and about $10 worth of materials from the hardware store."
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    This week, "locked-up time lady" asks, “Why do mosquitoes prefer biting some people to others? Is there something we can avoid doing or do besides using repellent, like eat bananas?”
    Gear  |  Video  
    Kids React To VCR/VHS
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    Uptown Funk Treadmill Dance  - Carson Dean
    Gear  |  Video  
    small talk is hard
    directed by: James Beard
    Gear  |  Video  
    This week, "piano trumpet" asks, “Why don’t humans have a mating season like most animals?”
    TV these days
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    Haha!
    The adventure start from here
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    the adventure start from here
    The SolarPowered Recycled House That Will Let Us Float in

    The SolarPowered Recycled House That Will Let Us Float in
    Gear  |  Design  
    This floating, solar-powered home, called "waternest 100", designed by renowned Italian architect Giancarlo Zema. The 1,000 square foot Waternest 100 is made from recycled timber and a recycled aluminum hull. The design includes skylights, balconies, and large windows that offer sweeping views of the natural surroundings. The roof is essentially a giant solar panel, and best of all, the home can be set to float atop any calm body of water.
    "the 100m2 dwelling is 12m in diameter and 4m high, made entirely of recycled laminated-timber and a salvaged aluminum hull. balconies are located on sides and thanks to large windows, permit nearly panoramic views of the surroundings. bathroom and kitchen skylights flood the space with sunshine, and 60m2 solar panels capable of generating 4kwp takes care of the rest. the interior of ‘waternest 100′ includes living and dining rooms, sleeping quarters, kitchen, and lavatory. other configurations can be adapted to different needs including but not limited to: an office, lounge bar, restaurant, retail shop, or exhibition area."
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