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Watch sun rays melting a rock
posted November 24 2010 15:10.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You don't feel in your day life, because sun rays are not focused in a point. Yet, it takes only 2 square meters of sun to melt every single known material that exists on earth...

[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: BBC]
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Tags: environment   experiments   science   solar   research   



SolaHex (Simple Hexapod Clone) First Test
posted May 4 2010 16:17.35





vryazanov shows the first steps of his solar hexapod robot. The design is simple and it is still going only forward and for avoiding obstacles going backwards but thats coding issues. Vryazanov promises to continue, so check here for updates.

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Simple solar Stirling engine with solar reflector
posted April 22 2010 16:33.07




Uniflow builds a simple strirling engine driven by solar power provided by hdd platters. Dont judge low efficiency, have in mind we talk about Britain's sun. :)

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Sun Tracking Solar Panel w/ Arduino
posted April 16 2010 19:30.05




luwe1 builds a solar tracking system with Arduino microcontroller that it powers up itself.

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