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    Crazy walks up Germanys highest cable car
    Gear  |  News  
    Swiss stuntman Freddy Nock has just climbed Germany's highest mountain by tightrope walking up it's 1,000-meter-long cable car cable, which took an hour and 20 minutes.
    He plans to submit his feat for entry in the Guinness Book of Records as the "longest and highest wire walk above sea level without a balancing pole".  Check out watch the video of part of his ascent.
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    GifApple Logo
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Apple Logo
    Gear  |  Projects  
    Korean Artist June Bum Park plays god, who makes people and things being manipulated by giant hands.
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    Paul Budnitz Bicycles

    Paul Budnitz Bicycles
    Gear  |  Bike  

    The beautiful bicycles by Paul Budnitz.

    Biodegradable Coffee Kit

    Biodegradable Coffee Kit
    Gear  |  Design  
    Biodegradable Coffee Kit by Portuguese designer Joana Carvalho. Accompanied by a coffee bean, it can be planted after use.
    "The shape was inspired by the plastic model kits, due to the fact that they have a lowproduction cost, since all the pieces are made at the same time. The packaging is also an object itself, needs no other props or wasting more resources.
    It is stackable too. The kit can be placed on the ground after use.
    "
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    Gear  |  Video  
    What does being two look like?
    Gear  |  Bike  
    Round II in The Whistler Bike Park.  By Leo Zuckerman.
    Shoot with Canon 7D. Music By: The Glitch Mob
    Nice shots!
    Gear  |  Projects  
    The lectern was placed in public spaces around New York and then left alone. We wanted to see what would happen if New Yorkers were given the opportunity to amplify their voices to "say something nice." This project was produced by Improv Everywhere as part of the Guggenheim Museum exhibition stillspotting nyc.
    Odio lEstate I Hate Summer
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Odio l'Estate (I Hate Summer) by Franco Brambilla(flickr page).
    Gear  |  Video  
    This is a video about skateboarding through nyc with a gopro.
    Closer Faint Mag by Carla Pires
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Closer Faint Mag by Carla Pires.
    Gear  |  Video  
    This is an animation by Ting during the time at Academy of Art University 2010.
    "Bridge is a story about four animal characters trying to cross a bridge, but ending up as obstacles to one another in the process. The moral behind this story revolves around how there are often disagreements or competing paths in life, and the possible results of pride, obstinance, and compromise.
    Music by Greg Gauba. "
    MTV Bullet
    Gear  |  AD  
    "Girls, protect yourself. Demand your partner to wear a condom."

    The UFO Handbook

    The UFO Handbook

    The UFO Handbook
    Gear  |  Projects  
    By Jonny Packham.
    "A condensed redesign of Alan Hendry's UFO Handbook"
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    Big Money

    Big Money
    Gear  |  Projects  
    The Norwegian design studio Skrekkøgle makes (and sells) giant coins so that you can make everyday objects look like miniatures.
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    Gear  |  AD  
    'Astonish Me' created by acclaimed writer Stephen Poliakoff and director Charles Sturridge to celebrate our 50th anniversary.
    Carli Davidson

    Carli Davidson
    Gear  |  Pic  
    Shaking by Carli Davidson. Cool
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    Pentax Q black worlds smallest and lightest interchangeable lens camera
    Gear  |  Camera  
    Pentax has announced the world’s smallest and lightest digital camera with interchangeable lens. The Pentax Q-Black is only 3.9 x 2.3 x 1.2”. It has 12.4 megapixel CMOS image sensor, capable of producing 12-bit DNG RAW and JPG images and to benefit from very low noise even in low light situations. And you can choose a variety of specialty Q lenses which include prime, zoom and fisheye lenses... Other features include HDR Capture, 1080p HD Video, Sensor-Shift Shake Reduction, 3 Inch LCD Monitor, 5 FPS, Bokeh Control Filter and smart effect.
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    Guns by Ronit Judelman

    Guns by Ronit Judelman

    Guns by Ronit Judelman
    Gear  |  Projects  
    GUNS (2009). Sculpture, resin and found objects, 15x79x60cm. No human hands pull the trigger. The gun/mob appears to take on a life of its own. Guns induces a sense of sadness and helplessness. Limp, wasted, lifeless miniature people suggest the impotence of war. The work impacts by using visual ambiguity. The multitude of colours implies playfulness, only to induce, on closer scrutiny, confusion and doubt. 
    I love this work,  by Ronit Judelman
    Motorized Bionic Leg
    Gear  |  Tech  
    Researchers at  Vanderbilt University in Tennessee has developed amputees a bionic "to walk without the leg-dragging gait characteristic of conventional artificial legs". Unlike the average peg-leg, the Vanderbilt leg has motors in the knee and ankle to actively move like the real thing. Sensors and microprocessors predict what the user is about to do and the leg moves accordingly.  The leg itself is also pretty light on power, running for up to three days (or 14 kilometers) on a single charge.
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    Gear  |  Video  
    Going round and round and round.
    Shot with Canon 7d and GoPro HD through different filters.
    Tubesqueezing toothbrush

    Tubesqueezing toothbrush
    Gear  |  Design  
    Designed by Catherine Werdel 
    "Thanks to the tube-squeezing toothbrush 'auf den letzten Drücker,' it is easy to get out even the rest of the toothpaste."
    Twinkle Toes
    Gear  |  Projects  
    Make your own Twinkle Toes, colorful ruffles that contain LEDs to show off your fancy footwork. By Becky Stern(Including DIY steps, and a video tutorial).
    Bastien Grivet
    Gear  |  Pic  

    From Bastien Grivet, Cool ! big pic

    Gif The moon
    Gear  |  Pic  
    the moon
    Gear  |  Video  
    This video will make you think twice about how we see things. "The prop in the video may look like an oversize checkerboard, but the squares are actually the same color." Check out the video.
    "The illusion works because of the "shadow" that falls on the checkerboard. Lets think of the square that the shadow falls on. Now picture that the shadow doesnt exist, you would see a light colored square surrounded by the dark colored squares. But when the shadow falls on top of that light colored square, the shadow causes the shade to become darker but it also causes the surrounding darker squares to become darker. So within the shadow region the brightness and darkness of the squares are still relative to one another. But they are no longer relative to the squares that lie outside of the shadow.
    So if you were able to pick up the middle square and move it to one of the outside dark squares, they would be 2 different shades, But the trick is ..that when you move the square you are moving it WITH the shadow still printed on the square. So now you've moved it out of its relative area, outside of the shadow region (but with the shadow still printed on the square) ..to the area where it's the same shade as the "dark" square. "
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