Tag Archives: video

Metronome Synchronization

Not much is known about the above video, though it’s pretty fun to observe. A man has 5 metronomes going at once on a plank of wood. At one point, the plank is placed on top of two soda cans and the metronomes begin to sync up. I have no clue how this was done. Any ideas? Seems like a ...

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Jessica Rabbit “Untooned” Video Surfaces

Perhaps you popped a hard one last week browsing the Internet. Maybe it was because you’re into leather, maybe you saw Tera Patrick blowing Peter North or perhaps you were one of the many geeks who saw a Photoshopped picture of Jessica Rabbit turned into a human. Now, thanks to the wonder of video capture, you can see how the ...

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First Person Video RC Kit

While the product is designed with RC model airplanes in mind, the Pilot View Realtime First Person Video system is an all-inclusive kit for the hobbyist that wants to take their project to the next level. You attach the kit to your plane, throw on the goggles and let loose. In turn, you can experience a view from the skies ...

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R2 Fish School Kit: Teaching An Old Fish New Tricks

If you have a pet fish, you understand that they can become pretty boring after a while. They’re nice to look at when you’re in need of some relaxation, but other than that, we’re pretty much slaves to our fish masters, feeding them and cleaning up their shit as they deem fit. The R2 Fish School Kit is said to ...

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Battlebot Owns Pleo at the Maker Faire

We already let you know that the Maker Faire was this past weekend, so we hope you got a chance to check it out. If not, here’s one of the better highlights from the event. Seems Pleo, the robotic dinosaur toy everyone goes apeshit about, got his ass handed to him by Battlebot, a robot that looks like a lawnmower ...

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Da Table Is Da Coolest Table Dat You Ever Did See

I decided this homebrew LED coffee table is the perfect way to begin a new week. It’s called Da Table and features a grid of LED lights right below the surface of the table. The grid can also be programmed to display a number of messages and patterns through an integrated micro controller. Something tells me a cheeseball would buy ...

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Tetris Theme Performed On Bottles (Probably Alcoholic)

I used to spend hours tapping away at the original Game Boy, hoping to improve my Tetris score. While my score sort of topped out and some point, the Tetris soundtrack will always be stuck in my head. The funny thing is, that there was a setting in the original game which allowed you to choose from an assortment of ...

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Arcstream “Living Image” Lets You Walk On Interactive Fake Water

Jesus was known for a wide assortment of parlor tricks. If I had to choose one of Jesus’ powers, it would have to be turning water into wine, just because I’m a drunk badass like that. Arcstream AV is conquering another one of those biblical tricks with their interactive “Living Image” exhibit at The Science Museum in South Kensington, London. ...

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Using Your Office As A Viral Ad Campaign

U.K. company Clustarack knows exactly how to bring all the geeks to the yard and yes, its ad is better than yours. Seemingly inspired from a Honda car commercial I saw a few years back, Clustarack created a dynamic living advertisement using nothing but the contents of a printing room. The results can only be described as a disastrous domino ...

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Playing SNES Super Mario Cart On A High-End Motion Simulator

Playing racing games can sometimes be pretty one-dimensional, especially on a 16-bit gaming console. This was a time when there were no vibrating gaming controllers, so racing was just about as real as walking with your hands reaching out in front of you, grasping on to an imaginary wheel. But if you could take the SNES system playing Super ...

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