From the WIRED NextFest at the Jacob Javitz center in New York City, an Infrared X-ray Machine displays your vessels and muscle directly on top of your skin by just moving your body under the beam.
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Archive for 2006
Destined to become a bold icon for Perth, the “Impossible Triangle” optical illusion sculpture has been erected in Claisebrook Square, East Perth. In order to create a bold and visible landmark for the city, the size of the sculpture was increased from the planned height of 9 metres to 13.5 metres.
It looks like a Maglite, but it’s not a Maglite. Watch the video; this torch is pretty impressive!
When the east wind blows… and the fog rolls in… she appears.
Nicely done recut to made Mary Poppins seem like a horror movie!
Essential reading for laptop owners. Well written round-up of useful tips for stretching laptop battery life. There's nothing worse that your laptop battery dying when you need it (or when you're watching Family Guy)!
ThinkGeek.com has brought out a new shirt which has an actual sound visualiser on the front. Called the T-Qualiser, it features electroluminescencent VU meters on the chest which actually respond to different frequency bands which the shirt picks up with an in-built microphone! I know what I want for Christmas (nudge nudge)
Pour me a drink. Anything that touches the bar surface lights up and connects together. Their blurb: “The intelligent tracking system detects all objects touching the surface. This input is used to let the projected content interact dynamically with the movements on the counter.”
Everyone seems to want to drive a green car these days but Prius' and Hybrid Civics look shocking. However, it looks like the Tesla Roadster could be the first to be good for the environment and look good too. But is it worth the $90,000 price tag?
Altec Lansing’s FX5051 speaker system uses USB to bring surround sound to just about any computer, no need for a 6-channel sound card. If that is not cool enough the FX5051 has isobaric-configured dual 6.5 subwoofers in a single cabinet to deliver serious bass without taking up a lot of room.