Showing posts tagged as "engineering"
Recoil—Kickstarter-funded automatic cable coiling
Brought to my attention by Mashable, this new invention does look pretty cool!
If only they made one for 20ft instrument cables—this would make tear down at gigs a doddle—so many XLRs; so little time.
Actually watch this thing in action… I was reasonably impressed!
The Page Turner — Turning pages like a boss
26-year-old inventor Joseph Herscher has devised a novel way of turning pages without touching them by means of a (seemingly Wallace and Gromit inspired) Rube Goldberg machine.
Pretty epic; I myself aspire to this mad-scientist way of life :)
Electroluminescent hacked notebooks (by moleskineart)
Shake to Undo for MacBooks!! Genius hackery of the hard disk’s sudden motion sensor—(via Shake to Undo (for Mac OS X))
Safest USB from dialog05. No access for unauthorized persons :)
HMS Flake 99 — the first amphibious ice cream van (via Metro.co.uk)
The next generation in graphics — NVIDIA’s quad-core Kal-El demo.