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Airsoft Gun IR controlled turret could fit on an IS1
posted April 2 2011 19:28.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Chris from pyroelectro informed me about his latest project. I received this email 2 days ago, but unfortunately due to lack of time i did not post any blog entries at all. Chris...

[Link: pyroelectro]
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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   diy   rc servo   microcontroller   pic   remote control (RC)   wireless   mechanical   games and fun   crazy designs   warfare   knives/guns   



The Bunsen burner is something to remember Robert Bunsen
posted April 2 2011 18:41.29 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Robert Bunsen was a brilliant scientist of the past, and a few days ago he would celebrate his 200th birthday! Periodic table videos uploaded this video in which the professor...

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
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Tags: chemistry   inventions   mechanical   science   history   theory/tutorial   fire   how it works   








Quadrotors playing ping-pong
posted April 2 2011 18:26.31 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It has been a long time since i posted a blog entry with quad rotors. The reason is that there was nothing that impressive to post, until now. Youtube user UntitledTitle uploaded a...

[Link: UntitledTitle]
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Tags: electronic project   robot   inventions   mechanical   quadrotor   autonomous   



Hack an inkjet printer to print with invisible ink!
posted April 2 2011 18:15.21 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Frankly speaking, hacks and projects from make magazine are not that awesome. But this one is number 1! Watch the following video to see how you can hack your old and busted inkjet...

[Link: makemagazine]
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Tags: crazy hack   chemistry   diy   computer peripheral hacks   mechanical   games and fun   mods   cool gadget   security   



Impressive but useless machete slingshot
posted April 2 2011 18:02.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Youtube user JoergSprave has an obsession with slingshots. His last creation is a kinda large slingshot to throw... machetes! You know, those large knives used in Hollywood movies...

[Link: JoergSprave]
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Tags: useless   knives/guns   slingshot   slingshot   mechanical   games and fun   crazy designs   








This robo-spatula is one hell of a cool gadget!
posted March 30 2011 20:26.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis




How cool can a spatula be? Well, Japanese people can make simple things looks awesome. This (4 years-old) gadget is made by a Japanese company named Furukawa and it is called SWITR...

[Via: core77]    [Link: ABCNIIGATA]
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Tags: hilarious   crazy designs   cool gadget   inventions   mechanical   commercial   



Do not spill your tea on this cool super-pong table!
posted March 30 2011 20:07.27 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Tea table mods are always impressive and keep the spirit of the company up! This one though is double impressive, because it hosts a 30x30 LED monitor (not OLED, normal size LEDs!)...

[Link: bradsprojects]
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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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Franklin bells remake
posted March 21 2011 20:30.45 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is another interesting scientific experiment. This one comes from Teravolt, well known for his obsession with high voltage sparks. What he did is a variation of the Franklin...

[Link: Teravolt]
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