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Paranga adds tactile feedback to e-reader devices
posted March 29 2011 20:57.33 by Giorgos Lazaridis




At Interaction 2011, a research group with members from Osaka University demonstrated the Paranga, a device which recreates the sensation of turning pages when using an e-book...

[Link: diginfo]
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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   inventions   mechanical   commercial   book   crazy designs   



Who said that the useless machine is the most useless machine?
posted March 21 2011 19:41.38 by Giorgos Lazaridis




You do know what the useless machine is, don't you? Maybe you remember the useless machine by futmacl and another one by miheyk that i posted some time ago... And maybe you do know...

[Link: ChrisEckert]
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Tags: mechanical   inventions   games and fun   artistic   crazy designs   useless   








Meet the man who invented the ctrl-alt-del
posted March 10 2011 21:11.09 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Tell me that you do not know the combination ctrl-alt-delete, and you lie... It is well known since the DOS era, and works till today. Amazingly, the purpose of this combination was...

[Via: gizmodo]    [Link: emails5com]
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Tags: history   revealed   pc related   crazy story   games and fun   inventions   



Amplitude Modulation tutorial + bonus circuit
posted March 8 2011 21:50.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




I'm not sure where i found this video, nor do i remember since when it is hidden in my bookmarks, but it is simply brilliant! In this video, youtube user afrotechmods explains how...

[Link: afrotechmods]
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Tags: fm/am   electronic project   diy   music   antenna   wireless   inventions   theory/tutorial   history   audio   how it works   



New submarine bot mimics a strange fish propulsion system
posted March 2 2011 21:11.12 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Year by year, we see more and more robots that mimic animals, like for example the snake robot. This time, we go underseas. This new evolutionary robot is developed in the...

[Via: ieee spectrum]    [Link: northwestern]
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Tags: futuristic   innovations   biotechnology   model   science   animals   research   mechanical   inventions   robot   physics   








He trusts his invention enough to put his hand in the saw!
posted February 28 2011 21:53.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is not a new invention. A capacitance sensor connected to the saw blade, can sense the change in capacitance from human body. If...

[Via: ponoko]    [Link: djscubasteve55]
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Tags: inventions   mechanical   tools   commercial   crazy photo/video   slow motion   extreme   



Meet the smallest computer ever!
posted February 22 2011 21:20.23 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the smallest computer ever created, a complete millimeter-scale computing system, designed by researcher in the University of Michigan. This prototype is made to be...

[Via: popsci]
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Tags: pressure   low power   innovations   biotechnology   health & nature   science   sensors   research   inventions   



The Inventions of Nikola Tesla in 3D animation
posted February 22 2011 21:03.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




The Tesla coil is one of the numerous inventions that most probably you know. But did you know that the electric fan was also a patented invention by him as well? What about the...

[Via: kuriositas]    [Link: The Tesla Science Foundation]
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Tags: physics   tesla coil   high voltage   inventions   history   documentary   innovations   animation   3D media   








World's first anti-laser discovered
posted February 18 2011 22:35.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is the world's first anti-laser, discovered by scientists from Yale University. When a beam of a laser hits a beam of the anti-laser, they interfere one another in a way that...

[Via: physorg]    [Link: yale]
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Tags: laser   physics   research   inventions   science   innovations   

















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