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World first: Nanobots traveled inside a living mouse to deliver medicine


It seems that the nanobot race is getting somewhere. Researchers in the University of California, San Diego, announced that they managed for the first[...]

You can DIY your Nokia phone Video cable


Deepeshsolanki15 uploaded this instructable - He shows how one can make a video cable for the Nokia phones. It is dead simple and cheap, so why not? Why[...]

Interface the Analog Discovery USB oscilloscope with LabVIEW


If you happen to own an Analog Discovery oscilloscope, then here is a neat and easy to follow tutorial on how to connect this sweetie to LabVIEW. The trick[...]

Nokia decided to show us how phone cameras work, and did it brilliantly!


This breath-taking video is rather an artistic 3D representation and not a sterilized technical documentary. One will not learn how a mobile phone camera[...]

This animation shows the planet's rising temperatures


2014 was the hottest year ever recorded. This amazing and scary animation shows the monthly average temperature changes relative top the 20th century average[...]

Make your own air-raid siren and make a heck of a noise!


The principle of operation is that air is forced through slits that open and close with specific speed, producing a fixed frequency. An air-raid siren[...]

Escape in style right in the middle of Athens


Athens is a medium-sized city packed with buildings and cars - As you see, Athens is the capital of Greece. Greek firm Panos Dragonas Christopoulou Architects[...]

Homer Simpson's electric hammer replica works!


Boredom level: Godlike! When Homer Simpson decided to become an inventor, this automatic hammer was one of its inventions. Patrick Priebe wanted to make[...]

Load graphics on your Nokia 5110 LCD with Arduino


Another interesting and easy to follow guide from Educ8s. In this video, the team explains how to load custom made graphics up to a Nokia 5110 LCD[...]

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