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One giant leap for ocean exploration... what the world's...
Called the SeaOrbiter, the huge 51m (167ft) structure is set to be the world's first vertical ship allowing man a revolutionary view of life under the sea.
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64 Things Every Geek Should Know
If you consider yourself a geek, or aspire to the honor of geekhood, here's an essential checklist of must-have geek skills. The term ‘geek', once used to label a circus freak, ha...
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Sometimes you just need an image to help you understand something. And if that image is in motion and shows you something that you otherwise would never se
22 Pictures That Prove We're Living In The Damn Future
The future is now, y'all.
1000 Life Hacks
1000 life hacks is here to help you with the simple problems in life. Posting Life hacks daily to...
Eco shocker: Turbine Light concept uses wind to light highways...
Ingenious, eco-friendly concepts are all around us, there's no denying that. This one caught our eye because it's pretty innovative, seemingly well t
Materials - HackerThings
Materials. Products for the discerning hacker.
19 Images That Show Just How Cool This World Really Is
These just might blow your mind.
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We are living in an extremely exciting time in terms of science and technology. Things that have always been considered science fiction are becoming normal day-to-day components of our lives. And while we have been seeing invention after breakthrough...
A Drug That Could Give You Perfect Visual Memory
Imagine if you could look at something once and remember it forever. You would never have to ask for directions again. Now a group of scientists has isolated a protein that mega-boosts your ability to remember what you see. A group of Spanish resea...
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Useless machine advanced edition
Made of a broken printer. You can't win. More Info, schematics, source etc.: http://leyanda.de/stuff/useless_adv.php
Touchscreens: How they work
Dual-touch smartphone design concept
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We've always wondered how certain things work. Now, we have the answers.
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Circuit Scribe, un bolígrafo que te permite dibujar circuitos...
Circuit Scribe, un bolígrafo que te permite dibujar circuitos eléctricos de forma instantánea
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No one likes it when their things break. It might be something big, like your TV or your car, or something smaller, like a leaky faucet or a cracked floor tile. You can spend hundreds of dollars to have a professional help you out, or you can learn h...
11 Awesome Visions Of The Future
Projectors and lasers and smartphones, oh my! It might still be 2011 (barely), but that hasn't stopped a whole bunch of technology companies, innovators and researchers from thinking about what the future might look like.
The World's Largest Tunnel-Boring Machine
Meet the 25,000-horsepower Bertha.
Google Explains Quantum Computing in One Simple Video
Google posted a short video that explains some of the complex theories behind its quantum computing project.
What wizardry is this?!
Killer project: Build your own vortex cannon
Mar. 26, 2012 - How would you like to have your very own vortex cannon like Tom Cruise in Minority Report? It's not quite as complicated as you would imagine, albeit not
Coin - https://onlycoin.com - is a connected device that contains all your credit, debit, gift, loyalty and membership cards in one place. Instead of carrying all those cards in your wallet just carry your Coin. The best part? Coin works anywhere tho...
Cordless Earbuds That Charge In Your Pocket
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A shipbuilding miracle!
Glass globe doorknob gives you a view of what lies beyond......
Got more curiosity than energy to open doors? Then you'll want to get yourself one of these fisheyed globe doorknobs from designer Hideyuki Nakayama.
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I never would have imagined some of this, but they're oddly satisfying when you see them. Continue Reading →
How speakers make sound - Animagraffs
Speakers (also called loudspeakers) push and pull surrounding air molecules in waves that the human ear interprets as sound. You could even say that hearing is movement detection. So what makes a speaker travel back and forth at just the right rate a...
13 Incredible Tech Inventions You Won't Believe You Missed...
The tech world gave us plenty talk about in 2013. We can build smarter robots.
Trojan - ExoSkeleton / Robot
Troy Hurtubise the inventor of the "Trojan". First ballistic, full exoskeleton body suit of armour. Bullet proof, night proof, shock proof, bomb proof, full ...
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How Keys Work Explained In One Perfect Animated GIF
Ever wondered how a key opens a lock? Wonder no more. If this is not one of the best animated GIFs I've ever seen, I don't know what is. First, because it taught me something new.
Introducing Leap Motion, a new way to interact with your computer. For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements.
Canadian camouflage company claims to have created perfect...
A Canadian company called Hyperstealth is reporting that it has developed Quantum Stealth, a material that renders the target
10 apps desconocidas que harán tu vida mejor
Las apps son nuestras mejores amigas en el reino digital. Nos distraen, nos aconsejan y les contamos nuestras confidencias. Y, como ocurre con los amigos de carne y hueso, hay uno perfecto para cada o...
LG confirms production of 'bendable and unbreakable' smartphone...
It's been a long time coming, but LG's foray into elastic smartphone displays is finally going mainstream. The company has confirmed that it will begin
18 Amazing Things You Most Likely Never Get To See
Sometimes the most boring things are the most amazing.