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Slice Ping-Pong Table by Snarkitecture

By Ben on Fri Jul 5 2013 |
Slice PingPong Table by Snarkitecture
Home | Furniture
Slice Ping-Pong table designed by Brooklyn Base Snarkitecture.
"An all black ping-pong table, Slice appears as a deceptively opaque landscape when viewed from its shorter ends and impossibly thin from its longer sides. The top is made from a single thin sheet of Richlite, an incredibly dense and durable eco friendly material. An undulating topography below this surface is described by a series of flat, solid layers made from flexible EPDM rubber and Richlite. While designed for indoor and outdoor table tennis, Slice can also be used as a conference or dining table."
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Cracked Chiropractor Commercial

By Ben on Thu Jul 4 2013 |
Gear | Video
Rhett and Link made this commercial for Ryan Lee Chiropractic Center. Lord Slothra writes "he just murdered like´╗┐ 15 people...!"
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Army Men Erasers

By Ben on Thu Jul 4 2013 |
Army Men Erasers
Gear | Other
Mustard's humorous War on Error is a six-pack of green soldiers erasers look like the plastic Army Men toy soldiers you played with as a kid. "there is a squad of six tiny green GI’s ready to wipe out any trace of pesky punctuation problems populating your paperwork." I like it.
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World's first electricity producing solar powered car

By Monica on Fri Jul 5 2013 |
World s first electricity producing solar powered
Car | Design
Stella, the world's first solar-powered family car, provides accommodation for four people, fully accessible trunk space, an intuitive steering system, and has a range of 600 kilometers. It generates via the photo-voltaic panels and the roof-mounted solar cells.
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Adidas soccer ball by Maxim Bykov

By Monica on Fri Jul 5 2013 |
Adidas soccer ball by Maxim Bykov
Gear | Sport
The Adidas soccer ball by Maxim Bykov is simple, but excellent.
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DIY Dinosaur Serving Dish

By Monica on Fri Jul 5 2013 |
DIY Dinosaur Serving Dish
Home | Kitchen
Three Little Monkeys Studios has brought us the instructions on how to make DIY Dinosaur Serving Dish. Learn and make your the extincted "dinasour" serve food for you.
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Physical Facebook Fan Counter

By Monica on Fri Jul 5 2013 |
Physical Facebook Fan Counter
Gear | Tech
Fliike is the first physical Facebook Fan (or "Like") counter specially designed for local businesses, public places or Marketing departments! The gadget requires Wi-Fi access and is easy to use. Just plug it, connect Fliike to the "Smiirl" Wi-Fi network and open your browser on any page. Set up your Wi-Fi network and password. Finally, go to www.smiirl.com and follow the instructions to set up your Facebook page.
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Cabina peg holder

By Monica on Thu Jul 4 2013 |
Cabina peg holder
Gear | Tools
Keep your laundry pegs within reach and your wash line playful with the cabina peg holder, which is designed by Avichai Tadmor. $19
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How to build a heart, researchers are trying to grow new organs

By Ben on Thu Jul 4 2013 |
Gear | Tech
How do you make a working human heart? Scientists can turn stem cells into beating heart cells, but getting them to organize into a 3D heart requires a scaffold.
At the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Harald Ott and his team are reusing the scaffold that nature provides. They're stripping away all the living cells from dead hearts, before filling in the leftover matrix with healthy new cells.
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Madeleine is a Smell 'Camera' That Captures Scents

By Ben on Thu Jul 4 2013 |
Madeleine is a Smell Camera That Captures
Gear | Projects


Designer Amy Radcliffe has developed an odor-capturing "camera" based on technology developed for the perfume industry. Her device is called Madeleine. "The Madeleine works in much the same way as a 35mm camera," Radcliffe writes. "Just as the camera records the light information of a visual in order to create a replica The Madeleine records the molecular information of a smell."
Here’s how it works: the source of the scent or odor is placed inside the glass dome that’s connected to the main part of the Madeleine. A pump pulls the scent molecules out and captures them in a resin trap. That trap can then be sent to a lab for analysis and to be re-created, like a perfume component.
Amy calls this concept as “scent-ography” and envisions this as an alternative way of recording memories, saying: “From manipulating our emotional well-being through prescribed nostalgia, to the functional use of conditioned scent memory, our olfactory sense could take on a much more conscious role in the way we consume and record the world.”
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