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Tag: Pattern

Cosplay by McCall’s Sewing Patterns Make DIY Easier

Cosplay by McCall’s Sewing Patterns Make DIY Easier
Growing up, I knew every time I went to see my grandmother on Saturday, we would be going to the mall. I also knew that meant lunch out, candy, and at least one new toy. The downside was I knew she would be spending an hour or so in the sewing store while I went out of my mind with boredom.

Panzer Tank Knit Slippers Battle Cold Toes

Panzer Tank Knit Slippers Battle Cold Toes
I normally don’t wear slippers on my feet, but if I had a pair of these Panzer Tiger tank slippers, I’d wear them every day. Heck, I’d wear them when I head out of the house ┬áto the grocery store, and to the Starbucks, and to the park, and to the movies… you get my drift.
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Mattel Loopz: if Simon Married Merlin and Had a Kid

Mattel Loopz: if Simon Married Merlin and Had a Kid
Music pattern-matching games like Guitar Hero owe a lot to the early electronic games of the 1970s like Simon and Merlin. Now Mattel is back with a brand new music game which feels like a modern homage to the classics.

Force Crochet: Star Wars Amigurumi Patterns

Force Crochet: Star Wars Amigurumi Patterns
Etsy seller/Jedi Crafter LucyRavenscar is selling crochet patterns that will allow any Padawan with a crochet hook to create these pint-sized amigurumi of popular Star Wars characters.

You Can’T Take the Yarn From Me [Firefly]

You Can’T Take the Yarn From Me [Firefly]
Maybe I haven’t been looking in the right places, but I haven’t noticed an overwhelming amount of crafts inspired by the tragically short-lived Firefly and the accompanying movie, Serenity. Even if I had, however, this little knit rendition of the ship would probably trump most of them.

Circuit Bent NES Makes a Fun Video Synthesizer

Circuit Bent NES Makes a Fun Video Synthesizer
What happens when you splay open the guts of a classic NES console, and wire up a bunch of knobs, buttons and a patch panel? This, of course.

Reactive Sparks: Interactive LED Art Responds to Traffic

Reactive Sparks: Interactive LED Art Responds to Traffic
This interactive art display takes data it collects on passing traffic and displays moving images which react to vehicles as they drive by. Designed by artist Markus Lerner for lighting company OSRAM, the installation samples traffic patterns and maps them onto seven colorful light towers side of the road, each containing over 110,000 individual LEDs.

Pop ‘n Music be-Mouse: Weird Name, Odd Controller

Pop ‘n Music be-Mouse: Weird Name, Odd Controller
Here’s a gaming oddity from Japan. Falling somewhere between Tetris and Rock Band, Pop ‘N Music Be Mouse is a Windows PC game that comes with a colorful multi-button mouse for controlling the gameplay. To play Konami’s music pattern matching game, pop open the ladybug-like wings on the Be-Mouse controller to access the game’s nine buttons.

Aperture: Light-Reactive Interactive Display

Aperture: Light-Reactive Interactive Display
I’m not sure how I missed this amazing interactive display concept when it first surfaced, but it’s cool enough that I thought it deserved a mention, even if it is but a distant memory. The system used an array of thousands of individual mechanical irises, each designed to react to the amount of light in front of it.

Tv2art Lightascope Converts Flat Panels Into Live Art

Tv2art Lightascope Converts Flat Panels Into Live Art
For those times when there’s nothing worth watching on any of the 500+ channels on TV, here’s a way you can put that $5000 flat panel to good use. TV2ART’s Lightascope attaches to the front of your flat panel television and transforms moving images into a work of abstract modern art.
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