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Scotch Tape X-Ray Is Almost DIY

Researchers at UCLA have constructed a machine that takes X-ray images using a roll of Scotch tape. When pulled apart, tape generates electromagnetic waves through simple friction. The researchers discovered in a vacuum, sticky tape also sends out strong enough X-rays to image your finger. Pretty neat, considering getting your hands on some Scotch tape isn’t too hard. Imagine if ...

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Dress You Up In My Light

Mary Huang knows what girls like, which is why she’s probably doing so well at UCLA’s Design and Media Arts department. Mary is teaming with talent and has used her creativity and skill to create a beautiful LED dress made from woven cotton jersey and hand-crocheted flowers. Fancy! Around 24 LEDs are integrated into the dress and are powered via ...

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