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Archive for December 2013

TellSpec Scanner Reveals What’s in Your Food: Food Label 2.0

TellSpec Scanner Reveals What’s in Your Food: Food Label 2.0
If you’re a health buff or if you have food allergies, you probably have a mental list of edibles to avoid. But how can you be sure that the food that’s in front of you is up to your standards?

Lord of the Rings Dining Room: One Chandelier to Rule Them All

Lord of the Rings Dining Room: One Chandelier to Rule Them All
This Lord of the Rings dining room set is crazy awesome and perfect for anyone who is obsessed with Tolkien. The quality and workmanship here is stunning. This room would be your precious.
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Star Trek USS Enterprise Glassware: To Boldly Drink

Star Trek USS Enterprise Glassware: To Boldly Drink
Are you looking to geek up your barware? These Star Trek Enterprise glasses are classy and elegant, whether you are serving Romulan ale, Saurian brandy, scotch, beer or soda. They actually look like set pieces that might have appeared in the original Trek movies.

Natural Pokémon Collage: Leaf-type Art

Natural Pokémon Collage: Leaf-type Art
We’ve seen Pokémon drawn with pencils, food, thread, aluminum powder, sculpey, clay, marble, LEGO and digital ink. Jacob Carter chose a simple but challenging way to depict the famous monsters: leaves.

Ford Shows off Lighting Lab That Can Simulate Full Sunlight

Ford Shows off Lighting Lab That Can Simulate Full Sunlight
I’ve owned a few cars over the years that had shiny bits in the interior that would glare right in my eyes at certain times of the day. It was very irritating. Ford wants to eliminate that problem and has a slick rig that it uses to simulate the outdoors for use in testing its vehicle interiors.

Power Ranger Onesies for Your Mighty, Morphin Poopin’ Machines

Power Ranger Onesies for Your Mighty, Morphin Poopin’ Machines
Go, go, Power Rangers! The theme song would play at full volume every time my sisters and I got home from school. We made a deal with our mom then that we’d do our homework every night and eat all the vegetables on our plates if she let us watch the show when school let out. 

Look, up in the Sky!

Look, up in the Sky!
While flying drones are often associated with military missions or espionage, the ability to send small payloads through the air under remote control opens up possibilities for all kinds of other interesting applications. In fact, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could change everything from the way we provide emergency services in disasters to how your pizza is delivered. Here are just a few technologies in the works that could send tiny aircraft into our skies in the not-too-distant future.

Another Gingerbread TARDIS, That’s all 12… No, 13!

Another Gingerbread TARDIS, That’s all 12… No, 13!
We’ve seen our share of gingerbread TARDIS, but this one takes the cake, er, gingerbread – because it is decked out in holiday decorations. It has Christmas lights, a wreath and snow all over.

Custom Video Game Proposal Is Pixel Perfect

Custom Video Game Proposal Is Pixel Perfect
Take some notes guys. This is the best way ever to propose to your girlfriend and potential wife. If this technique does not win her over, then she is a cold cold witch and you are probably better off without her.

Life-size DIY Stargate Generates No Event Horizon, Still Awesome

Life-size DIY Stargate Generates No Event Horizon, Still Awesome
Stargate is a big deal in my house. My wife and I have been married for nearly 17 years now and our first date was to see Stargate when it hit theaters. After we were married, the first time we agreed to splurge on cable was when the Stargate SG-1 series was on Showtime.

FaceRig Turns You into a Digital Avatar in Real Time: Self-e

FaceRig Turns You into a Digital Avatar in Real Time: Self-e
Here’s a program that could be one of the big hits of 2014. Currently in development by Holotech Studios, FaceRig lets anyone with a webcam project their head movements and facial expressions onto a virtual character, all in real time.

TokyoFlash Kisai RPM Gold Watch Looks Like Something Tony Stark Would Wear

TokyoFlash Kisai RPM Gold Watch Looks Like Something Tony Stark Would Wear
At first glance, this watch might look like a timepiece from the Iron Man franchise, but it’s not. It’s actually the TokyoFlash Kisai RPM gold watch. Like most TokyoFlash timepieces, it’ll require a bit of time and practice before its wearer will actually be able to read the time off of it. 

LEGO Mars Curiosity Rover Lands on New Year’s Day

LEGO Mars Curiosity Rover Lands on New Year’s Day
Here’s a new year’s gift from LEGO that fans will appreciate. Start off 2014 with bricks, not a bang! This super sweet NASA Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover launches on New Year’s Day. Prepare to spend the day building it in your LEGO lair.

Game of Thrones is the Most Pirated Show of 2013: The FBI is Coming

Game of Thrones is the Most Pirated Show of 2013: The FBI is Coming
The list of the most pirated shows of 2013 has been published and the show at the top is a repeat from last year. According to the list compiled by TorrentFreak, Game of Thrones was the most pirated show of 2013.

2013′s Most Memorable Moments Immortalized in Play-Doh

2013′s Most Memorable Moments Immortalized in Play-Doh
What were some of the best moments for you in 2013? For some, it was the N’Sync reunion at the VMAs and the invention of cronuts, which gained traction so fast and quickly became one of the most popular snack-slash-breakfast foods, with people lining up for hours to get a bite of one.

OpenEmu OS X Multi-System Emulator: It Just Emulates

OpenEmu OS X Multi-System Emulator: It Just Emulates
When I first saw OpenEmu, it was already able to play games from different previous gen systems, but it had this experimental streak to it. Four years later, it has put its wild days behind. The new OpenEmu is a suave and streamlined application that looks and behaves like a native OS X program.
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