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This Lego Microscope Actually Works

By Ben on Sun Jul 14 2013 |
This Lego Microscope Actually Works

This Lego Microscope Actually Works
Gear | Toy
This working Lego microscope was built by Carl Merriman. It's sleek, functional and even though you couldn't use it to study Ebola or the T-Virus, it's still a pretty sweet piece of kit.
This build was originally inspired by the LEGO X-Pod sets. While trying to find a use for the pod itself, I realized that it was very close to a deep petri dish. I used a planetary gear system to allow both coarse and fine adjustment of the objective “lens”. A little more tinkering and I connected the focus to a magnifying glass and fiber optic light in the eyepiece, so adjusting the focus knobs would actually bring the writing on a LEGO stud in and out of focus.
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Ice Cream Cone Bean Bag Chair

By Ben on Sun Jul 14 2013 |
Ice Cream Cone Bean Bag Chair

Ice Cream Cone Bean Bag Chair
Home | Furniture
The German name: "Sitzsack."
€155.
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Terra Sacra Time Lapses

By Ben on Sun Jul 14 2013 |
Gear | Video
An around-the-world time lapse journey celebrating our Sacred Earth. Six years in the making... seven continents... 24 countries.
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Mike's Belay Glasses

By Ben on Sat Jul 13 2013 |
Mike s Belay Glasses
Gear | Other
From the website:
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"Mike's Belay Glasses are a no-hassle way of equipping oneself with the latest in Littrow prism technology to ease the belayer's lot in life. Basically, one looks forward to gaze upward, saving on neck strain. "
1. They allow the belayer to comfortably assume a position closer to the base of climbs, which translates to a safer belay.
2.  They allow the belayer to more fully concentrate attention to the task at hand, especially on long, protracted sessions.
3. They accomplish this at roughly 1/4 the cost of the other product on the market — much easier for average climber's budget.
4. One of the advantages of prismware is that it doesn't invert the image of the climber the way a mirror would — also, it slightly magnifies what one sees.
5. Note that all belay glasses currently manufactured use a 60° (not 90°) deviation. 90° would cause a great deal of the field of vision to be obscured by one's face and hair.
$39.95.
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Driftwood animal sculptures

By Monica on Fri Jul 12 2013 |
Driftwood animal sculptures
Gear | Other
Washington-based artist Jeffro Uitto creates these amazing animal sculptures out of driftwood from the beaches and waterways of Washington State's Pacific coastline. From a truly majestic rearing horse to a soaring eagle, Jeffro has a talent for finding just the right piece to make his works look gracefully realistic.
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Paw bear

By Monica on Fri Jul 12 2013 |
Cat paw bear
Gear | Pic
The deviantart user Tigon looks the paw of his cat in a different way and find the interesting side. He then shot a photo and drew a face on the photo with photoshop. The paw looks so much like an adorable bear.
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Nokia Lumia 1020 has 41 megapixel camera sensor

By Ben on Fri Jul 12 2013 |
Nokia Lumia 1020 has 41 megapixel camera sensor
Gear | Cellphone
Nokia's just-unveiled Lumia 1020. Nokia Lumia 1020 is a windows phone camera with 41 megapixel camera, three words: 41, megapixel, camera. The sensor is matched with Carl Zeiss optics, image stabilization, and a 4.5" AMOLED screen, 32GBs of storage, and wireless charging capability. The Windows Phone 8 device will sell in the U.S. exclusively at AT&T for a hefty $299.99 with two-year contract. Preorders begin July 16, with the Lumia 1020 becoming available online and in stores July 26.
  

Kii

By Ben on Fri Jul 12 2013 |
Kii
Gear | Projects


Kii is a compact charger-connector that fits on a keychain allowing you to plug in to charge or sync devices from any computer without having to carry a charger or tote around a cable connector
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Ha ha!

By Ben on Fri Jul 12 2013 |
Ha ha
Gear | Pic
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World's Slimmest Smartphone Screen

By Monica on Fri Jul 12 2013 |
World s Slimmest Smartphone Screen
Gear | Tech
Korean LG announced that it will unveil the world's slimmest Full HD LCD panel for smartphones. The state-of-the-art 5.2-inch panel is only 2.2mm thin with a 2.3mm bezel. It is both slimmest and narrowest among existing Full HD LCD panels designed for mobile devices. Besides, the panel will make devices easier to grip as well as lighter in weight.
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