martes, 23 de diciembre de 2014

This Guy Has A Huge Tattoo With Over 200 Simpsons Characters On His Back

miércoles, 3 de diciembre de 2014

Little mathematician

lunes, 24 de noviembre de 2014

Prynt Case Turns Your Smartphone Into A Polaroid

The Prynt Case turns your smartphone into a Polaroid camera. It’s a case for Android and iPhones that will contain a tiny printer and up to 30 sheets of paper. The current prototype takes around 50 seconds to print one picture, but the hopes are that by the time all the hardware elements are properly integrated, this figure will be cut down to about 30 seconds. Prynt CEO Clément Perrot says that the case will only cost $99 when first made available via a Kickstarter early next year and will be able to support flagship phones with ~4.x-inch screens.


SpongeBob Minivan

To promote the upcoming 2015 release of the SpongeBob movie, Nickelodeon and Toyota teamed up to build this SpongeBob themed Toyota Sienna. The minivan is currently on display at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, it features Nickelodeon mascot’s face covers the front of the vehicle, while a huge bubble blower sits on top. The rest of the car is painted blue and yellow and there are blue LEDs beneath the car’s chassis.

jueves, 20 de noviembre de 2014

"Symphony No.9, Boogie" by Matryomin ensemble "Da"

The Matryomin is a single-antenna Theremin-type device mounted inside a Matryoshka doll. The Matryomin Ensemble 'Da' (consisting of 167 members) plays Beethoven's Symphony No.9 Boogie Woogie style. Recorded at the auditorium of Jiyugakuen Myonichikan in Tokyo. 

lunes, 17 de noviembre de 2014

Truck Looks Like It's Upside-Down


The nut cracker Naomi

domingo, 9 de noviembre de 2014

Taga Bike

martes, 28 de octubre de 2014

Egg-o-matic Skull Egg Mold

sábado, 18 de octubre de 2014

Animatronic Sculpture

AUTHOR: Jordan Wolfson, an American artist living between Berlin and New York.

DESCRIPTION: Jordan Wolfson is accustomed to creating characters, many of his previous works are for instance digital animations. For his first exhibition at the David Zwirner gallery, Jordan Wolfson took things to the next level and created a tridimensional female character who can directly address the visitor. Looking like a stripper wearing aWicked mask, the life-size doll is actually an animatronic sculpture developed in collaboration with Spectral Moments, a special effects studio based in Los Angeles. The visitor can meet the exotic dancer on a one-on-one basis in a mirrored room of the gallery. Attached to the wall by a metallic pole, the animatronic sculpture does her dance routine while occasionally talking to the visitor and looking at him in the eyes. The precision of her dance moves or even of her hands alone is incredible. 

AMUSEMENT RATE: The stare of the animatronic sculpture is so intense, it would put anyone uncomfortable. The mask is probably there as a way to avoid creating a human face using animatronics but it also definitely adds to the creepiness of the overall look. The importance of the gaze is found throughout Wolfson’s work but it finds here a very special interpretation. He gives the ability to gaze to two different entities, a stripper and a robot, who are by definition never supposed to look up. The visitor is no longer in control of the situation, creating the awkwardness that is at the core of the work.

lunes, 13 de octubre de 2014


Picture: BOAC's skycot for infants, 1953

How do you transport a baby on a long airline flight? During the 1950s, engineers at the British Overseas Airways Corporation (what we now call British Airways), developed the "skycot." The picture is Airline BOAC's ‘skycots', 1953. 

martes, 7 de octubre de 2014

Polyphonic overtone singing - Anna-Maria Hefele

viernes, 19 de septiembre de 2014

Little Apple Dolls

miércoles, 17 de septiembre de 2014

Movpak is an Electric Skateboard and a Backpack In One

Sleep eating Kangaroo

Panasonic announced an android smartphone with 1-inch sensor and leica lens

Panasonic announces Lumix DMC-CM1 smartphone with 1-inch sensor. The Panasonic Lumix DMC-CM1 smartphone boasts a 1 inch 20MP sensor. Images can be viewed and composed on a 4.7-inch 1080p display and Android 4.4 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S801 quad-core processor that is clocked at 2.3 GHz. 16GB of internal memory are on board but the device also takes microSD-cards of up to 128GB capacity. Other features include the Android-Version 4.4 (KitKat), LTE, WCDMA, GSM, WiFi and NFC. The Lumix DMC-CM1 will be available for 900 Euros (approximately US$ 1160) from November in some countries.

The Dancing Traffic Light

miércoles, 30 de julio de 2014

Two in one

sábado, 12 de julio de 2014

Running Shoes Chainmail

Jörg Peitzker calls his invention Paleo Barefoots. Running barefoot provides complete feedback, but also puts the runner at risk of stepping on something sharp and painful. Additionally, running barefoot on mud can get slippery. Peitzker thinks that his chainmail shoes provide the right balance between feeling the road and getting injured by it. Chainmail also provides excellent traction. And if you run through mud or water, it’s easy to wash and dry off.


miércoles, 25 de junio de 2014

Hayon Estudio

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