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Google Glasses: A New Way to Hurt Yourself (parody of Google's Project Glass)

By Ben on Thu Apr 5 2012 |
Gear | Projects


Google announced Project Glass yesterday, it allows users to wear Android-based display glasses to stream information right in front of their eyes. Tom Scott immediately saw the need for a parody of the Google Glass Project. The original video below.
  

Spy Master Mini Submarine

By Ben on Thu Apr 5 2012 |
Spy Master Mini Submarine
Gear | Gadget
The UK-based spy equipment manufacturer created the one-person submarine to plunge roughly 40 feet below the sea with a battery that lasts for about 60-80 minutes. The Mini-sub Spy Master enables the user to explore underwater without having to wear a cumbersome tank and BCD Jacket. The submarine is slow, with a speed of only 1 mile per hour. It is £ 12,000( about $19,000).
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Boo Bass and Sugarella

By Ben on Thu Apr 5 2012 |
Gear | Video


Boo Bass (Monsters, Inc. Remix)  and Sugarella (Cinderella Remix) by Pogo. Sounds from the Pixar movie were remixed by Nick Bertke, video edited by goldpikpikcarrots.
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Glass Hammer

By Ben on Thu Apr 5 2012 |
Glass Hammer

Glass Hammer
Gear | Projects
Glass Hammer by Alice Jung.
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Rockboard Descender

By Ben on Thu Apr 5 2012 |
Rockboard Descender
Gear | Sport


The Rockboard Descende features tank-like treads instead of wheels.
"all-terrain board is outfitted with heavy rollers on tough-as-nails treads that grip just about any downhill surface you choose to attempt: pavement, grass, wooded paths, snowy hills, and more."
It is expected to go on sale for around $120 in Q2.
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Charlie and the Seal

By Ben on Wed Apr 4 2012 |
Gear | Video
Charlie Bird meets seals while travelling through Antarctica...
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Russian Man Free Climbs Stalin Era Skyscraper in Moscow

By Ben on Wed Apr 4 2012 |
Gear | Video
Russian daredevil Tyomka Pirniazov free climbed the ornate Soviet star at the top of the 577 foot tall Stalin-era Kotelnicheskaya Embankment Building in Moscow.  With every precarious step, serial building climber Tyomka Pirniazov hauls himself to the top of the skyscraper. Filming himself as he climbs, he recorded this video with a camera clenched in his mouth.  "This is the most dangerous thing I've ever made in my life, please don't repeat under any circumstances," Pirniazov wrote on his YouTube page
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Street art: Take The Stairs

By Ben on Wed Apr 4 2012 |
Street art Take The Stairs
Gear | Pic
Take The Stairs
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If Facebook were invented in the 90s

By Ben on Wed Apr 4 2012 |
Gear | Video
"VHS tape with the popular science show 'Wonders of the World Wide Web' about Facebook."
  

PAL-V Flying Car

By Ben on Wed Apr 4 2012 |
PALV Flying Car
Car | Other


Dutch company PAL-V announced the first flights of its prototype "flying car". This unique vehicle is called the PAL-V One, or the 'Personal Air and Land Vehicle', and It marks the start of a new era. On the ground the vehicle drives like a sports car. Within minutes its rotor is unfolded and its tail is extended: then it is ready to take off thanks to the advanced gyrocopter technology.
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the old man and the sea

By Ben on Wed Apr 4 2012 |
Gear | Video
This is a stop motion animation that illustrates Ernst Hemmingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea” through drawings.
  

Sony SmartWatch

By Ben on Tue Apr 3 2012 |
Sony SmartWatch
Gear | Gadget
The Sony SmartWatch($149) is essentially a tiny touchscreen that allows you to control and interact with your smartphone via Bluetooth. It’s a small one, mind, a 1.3-inch color OLED panel running at mere 128 x 128 resolution and supporting two-finger multitouch gestures. The only physical control is a power button on the right edge. It allows you to read sms and email messages, control your phone's camera, read calendar appointments, and use services like Twitter and Facebook. In order to use the SmartWatch you'll also need Sony's LiveWare app along with the SmartWatch plug-in. Priced at $149 and due to arrive in stores later this month.
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Rear Window Timelapse

By Ben on Tue Apr 3 2012 |
Gear | Video
All footage taken from the original Rear Window (1954) directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
  

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