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Category: Weird Science

ScentScape Programmable Aroma Generator: Boy, Does Your Computer Smell

ScentScape Programmable Aroma Generator: Boy, Does Your Computer Smell
This unusual gadget connects to your computer, and can be programmed to emit a variety aromas on digital cue. With an expected retail price of $69.99 (USD), ScentSciences‘ ScentScape device is a compact plug-and-play USB device…

Microsoft Surface 2: Cool and Expensive Enterprise Toy

Microsoft Surface 2: Cool and Expensive Enterprise Toy
It’s not only iOS devices that have a good grasp of touchscreen UIs, Microsoft isn’t bad at them either. However, there are only a few computers available that allow you to use gestures, and one of…
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Kinect X-Ray Hack: No Those Aren’t Your Innards

Kinect X-Ray Hack: No Those Aren’t Your Innards
How’d you like to be able to see your insides courtesy of your Microsoft Kinect. Sorry, you can’t. But thanks to this hack, you might be able to use the Kinect to see a virtual model…

Researchers Develop Self-Powered Solar Microchips

Researchers Develop Self-Powered Solar Microchips
Back in grade school, I had this cool calculator watch that I used all the time in class. The thing was powered by a solar panel on the top, and I thought was awesome that it…

Cornell Building Food Printer: Download Your Dinner

Cornell Building Food Printer: Download Your Dinner
In a development that no doubt has printer manufacturers drooling, scientists at the Cornell Computational Synthesis Laboratory are looking into leveraging the capabilities of 3D printing – which they call Solid Freeform Fabrication (SFF) – to…

Wired Interviews Mike “Death Star” Brown, Killer of Pluto

Wired Interviews Mike “Death Star” Brown, Killer of Pluto
You probably remember back in 2007 when a bunch of astronomers got together and convinced the world that Pluto was no longer a planet. That single-handedly made a change in science books around the world. One…

Chinese Researchers Store Data Using Bacteria

Chinese Researchers Store Data Using Bacteria
The world has gone germ and bacterial crazy. Each time I go to my kids’ school, I see all the teachers making the kids use hand sanitizer all the time. I made it through the late…

World’s Smallest Periodic Table Fits on a Single Hair

World’s Smallest Periodic Table Fits on a Single Hair
Happy Birthday, Professor Martyn Poliakoff! Your lab-mates at the University of Nottingham’s Nanotechnology Centre have made you a birthday present.…

Beautiful Xbox 360 Explosions: Cool but Why?

Beautiful Xbox 360 Explosions: Cool but Why?
While I do see the photographic beauty in these exploding Xbox 360 consoles, just like the Apple products that were shot, I wonder if his is just a colossal waste. Admittedly, it makes a bold statement.…

IBM Watson Supercomputer Ready to Take on Jeopardy Champs

IBM Watson Supercomputer Ready to Take on Jeopardy Champs
Remember Deep Blue? It was the supercomputer that tried to take on Garry Kasparov in a chess championship and managed to win back in 1997. Now IBM is back with its Watson computer, who’s now ready…

The God Helmet: Magnetic Field’s a Hell of a Drug

The God Helmet: Magnetic Field’s a Hell of a Drug
One of the most important questions known to man is one that is perhaps best not conclusively answered – the question of whether or not God exists. I’m sure the debate will continue and intensify as…

DIY 3D Printer: Straight Out of Science Fiction Into Your Basement

DIY 3D Printer: Straight Out of Science Fiction Into Your Basement
Amazingly, this beautiful 3D printer was built by some guy named Jim in New York. Just like normal printers, 3D printers allow you to print stuff but in 3D. No glasses required! Although this seems straight…

Distant Planet May be Covered With Diamonds

Distant Planet May be Covered With Diamonds
Astronomers have detected the heat signature of a planet 1200 light years away that is a super heated, carbon rich planet. The scientists think that the conditions on the planet are ripe for diamond creation. How…

Spacex Reveals Secret Cargo That Went Into Space on Its Dragon Spacecraft

Spacex Reveals Secret Cargo That Went Into Space on Its Dragon Spacecraft
I watched a lot of movies as a kid and one of my favorites was Top Secret. I laughed and laughed every time I watched it. The only flick I liked better was Monty Python and…

Zombies and Riverboats: the Survival Guide to the Upcoming Zombie Apocalypse

Zombies and Riverboats: the Survival Guide to the Upcoming Zombie Apocalypse
This is the SS Huckleberry, and one of only four entries in the 2010 Zombie Safe House Competition. When you think about it, it makes a lot of sense going on the rivers, since zombies will…

Ham-Boning Robot Will Gut You Alive if You’re Not Careful

Ham-Boning Robot Will Gut You Alive if You’re Not Careful
Okay, I’m really scared now. There is now a robot that is fully capable of deboning a ham – all on its own.…
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