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A Swedish company called Rotundus has developed this wicked-looking self-balancing mobile camera-bot. It can noiselessly cruise around at up to 6 miles per hour, and can be remote-controlled or preprogrammed to navigate via GPS. Check out the video.
"She uses crochet to sculpt realistic life-size animals - uncanny taxidermy-like forms. Crochetdermy combines themes such as objects, collecting, craft and realism and experiments with accessibility and audience."
Currently his work in the exhibition, "The Power of Making" at the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The portable Model XS($250) from Swiss company Geneva Lab. Inspired by the classic travel clock, featuring a high stereo speaker system with Bluetooth for connection to portable devices, your iPad, iPhone and mp3 players, its rechargable battery gives the XS around 5 hours of portable playback time. Other feaures include a digital alarm clock, FM radio and leather-like clamshell case. Available in red, white and black color.
The Swivl base "automatically follows the marker and you". The Swivl($160) mobile accessory which holds your phone and tracks your every movement. It pans (left and right movements) and tilts (up and down movements) and will keep you in the frame as long as you are wearing its beacon. Swivl will be compatible with select iOS devices, including: iPhone 4s, 4, iPod , and Android phones. It has estimated retail price of $159.99, and is available for pre-order right now. It will ship out in early 2012. Check out the video of it in action.
A nostalgic look back at a half remembered childhood growing up in the 80s and early 90s, Skinemax takes a close look at the culture of that era. The images that motivated, delighted, and terrified us on the silver screen, set to propulsive modern music that pines for a simpler time. "
"Russia is scheduled to launch their Phobos-Grunt mission toward Mars as soon as tomorrow. The primary mission of the spacecraft is to land on Phobos (Mars' biggest moon), scoop up some rocks, and bring them back to Earth by 2014. So that's cool. But along for the ride is a special cargo module from the Planetary Society which contains 30 separate forms of life, including bacteria, other microorganisms, and a few of these: