Tag Archives: water

4464 Glass Vials = Sunny Day

People must get really bored over in Stockholm. I mean, how else could artist Aleksandra Stratimirovic fill up 4464 small glass vials with different colored liquids? To do that would take at least a month, unless you had mechanical help. Well, somehow Alek pulled it off, arranged them and lit ’em up with a fluorescent light. The result? “Sunny Day.” ...

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The Spot: A Faucet Johnny Would Approve Of

Tap on, tap off. That’s exactly what you’ll be able to do when you get a Sanindusa Spot electronic bathroom faucet installed in your home. As you can see, there’s a sleek button on top that you can tap for water. H2O will flow out into your washbasin in a clean, controlled manner, which is supposed to help conserve water ...

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DIY PVC Sprinkler

If you’ve ever been to Florida, you know that in the summer months it gets unbearably hot. Nothing feels worse than the heat and humidity of Florida. So when Carl Morris, a Florida resident, set out to cool his kids off, you can bet he tried damn hard. It seems that hard work and patience paid off in the form ...

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Water Rescue Craft For The Stranded

Being stranded on an island of ice off the coast of Alaska is a total buzz kill. Luckily, Vince had the iceRESC water rescue craft to save us. Otherwise, I’d most likely be drinking my own urine for nourishment. With caterpillar tracks for easy travel in water as well as over ice, this rescue craft is far from diverse without ...

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Waterboard: Play With Water While Keeping Dry

Getting wet sucks, especially if you’re that alien species from the movie Signs. Michael Burton has crafted an award-winning concept of a virtual water interactive installation. Unlike the Light Rain, you won’t find shoddy poetry and goofy dancers throughout this video. Rather, you’ll see people playing with life-like water displayed on a board. The water will react to anything pressed ...

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Light Rain Makes Little Sense

We’ve seen interactive projection walls before but none as artsy fartsy as Wowlab’s. A camera identifies the contours of a human body standing in front of a wall. The projection will then interact with the persons via rain drops splashing in reaction to shadow, water puddles are created, and in the water even constellations may appear. Now if only I ...

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Amphibious PC Keeps You Afloat

Swimming pool gadgets are the best kind of gadgets. Unfortunately, not all of them can keep people who lack buoyancy afloat. Fortunately, for the lethargic, the “PC of the Swim-Rings” has a flotation device around the computers base which is reminiscent of a LifeSaver candy. The amphibious PC is fitted with a solar power driven processor, water-cooling system, GPRS receiver, ...

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Bodum Clara Kettle: Beautiful Brewing

I’m pretty sure that everyone likes tea. It’s a drink that’s universally refreshing, whether it’s hot or cold. Bodum has just unleashed its Clara Kettle, a tea kettle made from nearly-indestructible borosilicate glass. That means that when you try to make tea the day after your 12-hour bender, you needn’t worry about chipping this bitch. With beautiful blue accents and ...

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A Floating City You’ll Never See

You won’t ever live to see this floating ecopolis. This concept, designed by Vincent Callebaut, is straight out a science-fiction film with its ability to float. Dubbed “Lilypad,” this amphibious city can hold around 50,000 people and protect them from floods and bizarre plate tectonics. The city is designed to draw power from solar, wind and tidal means, which enables ...

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Travis Pastrana: Defying The Elements On A Dirt Bike

I’ve never heard of Travis Pastrana just like I’d never heard of that huge LEGO tower at first. But now I know who he is, thanks to this video of him being a professional badass. It seems Travis has the balls to ride a Suzuki dirt bike at 70 miles per hour in deep water, essentially skimming the surface and ...

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