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California company Rock Bar has introduced a much tidier solution to weighing down tripods and light stands with a new weight case that straps securely to legs and center columns to provide extra stability.The Rock Bar system comprises a nylon zip-up tube that comes filled with seven pounds of recycled steel and which uses straps at either end of its body to attach to legs without swaying in wind
It’s not often someone “reimagines” an established bit of kit, but that’s what the folks over at Photo Rock Bar have done. This strange looking weight for tripods, light stands and boom arms is meant to replace ye old sand bag with something more convenient and versatile. The Photo Rock Bar came to our attention earlier this week when we were contacted by one of the contra
Electronic devices are made possible thanks to a group of elements often referred to as rare-Earth metals, but as the name suggests, these may be in limited supply and are relatively expensive. Now, a team of scientists has found a way to combine much more common elements into electronically-useful compounds, which could find their way into tunable lighting and solar panels... Continue Rea
  Nearly half of British kids expect teachers to be replaced by ROBOTS within the next 50 years. A poll of 1,002 children aged 8-16 found 47 per cent think […] The post Could robots replace teachers? Nearly half of kids think so, survey shows appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment president David Haddad tells VentureBeat that streaming and traditional premium sales serve two different types of players. ...
Although the best-before dates on our foods may stop us from eating spoiled items, they can also cause us to toss out food that's really still good. New phone-powered labels could help, by notifying users when the food is actually starting to go "off.".. Continue Reading Smartphone-activated food labels may replace best-before dates Category: Science Tags: Food technology Imper
The robot cleaners we have tidying up our houses in the 21st century continue to get smarter and more efficient – such as the Narwal, which combines both vacuuming and mopping in one device, and can even replenish its own water tanks when it's done... Continue Reading Narwal robot can both mop and vacuum, and replace its own dirty water Category: Around The Home Tags: Kickstarter
Following the devastating fire that damaged iconic Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on Monday, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has revealed that authorities plan to launch an international architecture competition to replace its spire. .. Continue Reading France's Prime Minister announces design competition to replace destroyed Notre-Dame spire Category: Architecture Tags:
fleets of e-cargo bikes boasting an environmentally-friendly design set to transform the future of home delivery services. The post ultra-green quadricycles clad in hemp and cashews could replace delivery vans appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Nobody likes having blood samples taken, which is why we've seen a number of devices that gather sweat from the skin and then analyze it. An inexpensive new bandage-like biosensor simplifies that concept, as it doesn't incorporate any electronic components... Continue Reading Sweat-collecting bandage could replace blood sampling Category: Medical Tags: American Chemical Society is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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