Emerging Tech

M-112 Concept Car

This is one tiny-ass car. It truly puts cars like the MINI and SmartCar to shame in terms of size and fuel economy. There isn’t much info on the M-112, though one can easily see it’s a small one-seater that resembles a futuristic go-kart. Don’t hold your breath if you’re thinking of getting one, as it was specially designed for ...

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Bright Side of the Moon

An eco-friendly moon that’s painted on an average cabinet; it’s sure to keep its owner awake all through the night. In the dark, the cabinet creates an illuminating effect that tries to mimic moonlight. Though you can’t grow space beer on it, you can still put your clothes in it. The picture makes the glow look a little too intense ...

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Make Use Of Shit

It’s about time we got some crap worth shitting. Washington State’s Kevin and Daryl Maas are now producing electrical power with cow manure, which is nothing new for the most part. Using commercialized technology which harvests methane gas from manure, they burn the methane to create electricity. All the while, they send the now pathogen-free and odorless manure back to ...

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Past Sci-Fi Flicks Are The Future Of Masdar

Abu Dhabi in United Arab Emirates has a vacant plot of land which will be used to hold “Masdar City,” the first city to rely entirely on solar energy. The transit system will be much like the robotic taxi-cab in Total Recall, sans self-destruct mechanism. The system consists of a fleet of solar-powered programmable vehicles that seat six which will ...

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Quick Cash for Dead Batteries (Plus: Bonus Swindling)

Apparently, there’s good money to be made in recycling older batteries. A recent Instructables article showcases how one sly fox made a few hundred bucks doing this. Seems all you have to do is round up a bunch of batteries, clean ’em up and you’ll make a fortune by turning them in at your local scrap yard. This article reminded ...

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Broke? Try Pringles Miniputt

Love to play miniature golf but don’t feel like shelling out $10 a game? Create your own! All you have to do is take a can of Pringles, eat that shit up and then slice it down the sides. You’ll then be able to bat around golf balls all day inside your nice, big office. No Pringles? Try gettin’ busy ...

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Lose the Bulb With Illuminating Glass

I just can’t get enough of all thisnew glass. Saazs has developed a self-illuminating glass which could eventuallyreplacelight-bulbsaltogether. It’s an eco-friendly design that eliminates the need for electricity. It doesn’t quite light up the room like a neon-light would and only lasts about 20 years, but it’s still a better solution if you’re all about the green. Environmental improvements are ...

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House Made Of Recyclables: Very Cyberpunk

Using industrial castoffs as well as other spare parts and pieces, Jan Korbes has constructed an alternative solution to housing that’s not only portable, but is also completely made up of recycled parts.Though not a Reboot, it’s still a cool arts and crafts project. I can’t see anyone wanting to live in it.Unfortunately, we may not have a choice. How ...

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Hippie Home Decor: Livinglass

If you’re a real Dead-head and you just so happen to be redecorating your home. Livinglass.com proposes a eco-friendly alternative to glass paneling decor. OK, so it’s not as eco-friendly as the trash recycler, but at least it isn’t hurting the environment. From the official site: “Livinglass is the leading manufacturer of decorative transparent and translucent laminated glass panels, capturing ...

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Greenpeace States the Obvious About Gaming Consoles

Did you know that gaming consoles can contain materials hazardous to the environment? Of course you did. How else would a Playstation 3 crank out those sick graphics without some kind of processing unit that’s guaranteed to rot the earth. Then, in comes Greenpeace to spoil everyone’s fun. This year, it tested the Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3 and Xbox 360 ...

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