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So you like a challenge, but a run-of-the-mill 9 x 9 x 9 Rubik's Cube just doesn't melt your brain anymore... How about tackling a colossal 33 x 33 x 33 twisty cube, like this 3D-printed creation from Grégoire Pfennig of Greg's Puzzles?..Continue Reading Massive "Rubik's Cube" will keep you twisting and turning for hoursCategory: 3D PrintingTags: 3D Printing PuzzlesRelated Arti
With wheel motors that eliminate the energy losses encountered with conventional drivetrains, the launch of the Chanje electric van in the US could prove to be a milestone in the resurgence of electric commercial vehicles...Continue Reading Does this purpose-built electric delivery van mark a turning point for the EV industry?Category: AutomotiveTags: Chanje-Energy Electric Veh
Artists Gilbert and George are converting 19th-century brewery in London's Spitalfields into their own public gallery "because the Tate never shows our work". Read more
Hate searching for the TV remote, or trying to use it when you've got dirty hands? Well, with Lancaster University's Matchpoint technology, whatever object is close at hand can be used as a remote – you can even just use hand movements on their own. Also, unlike with some other gesture control systems, users don't have to memorize different movements for different commands...Continue Reading
Ordinarily, turtle-headed sea snakes have black skin with white bands or blotches. In a recent study conducted at the Pacific island of New Caledonia, however, it was discovered that snakes living on reefs near the city or military activity were almost pure black. It turns out that they've evolved to shed pollutants that bind to the melanin in black skin...Continue Reading Sea snakes are turn
Heading into the weekend, there is plenty of interesting content and news to cover. In today's Shutter Release roundup, we will look at how to create a 2.5D parallax effect in Photoshop, see Corel's latest PaintShop Pro release, go behind the scenes with a laser-infused portrait shoot, learn about editing photos in Lightroom with a video game controller and finally, we will learn four tip
How Blue Brain Games is building game mechanics around da Vinci's most iconcic inventions. "We wanted the puzzles to be connected and for the player to work his way systematically through the house." ...
Indies rarely talk about workflow. Yet how does one go from an idea to a clear actionable task someone can code/drawn/etc? Based on a decade of experience, we share our steps and the tools involved. ...
NASA's image of the day is a composite, taken by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on its Aqua satellite. It shows phytoplankton swirling in the currents of the Black Sea. Credit: NASA/Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid ResponseThe Black Sea is one of the largest bodies of water on earth, measuring 168,500 square miles, and it turns out not to be black at all. NASA's approp
Having previously examined the fields of "datamoshing", ASCII art, BioArt, Minecraft Art, Internet Art and Robot Art, this latest instalment in our series looking at the impact of digital technologies on the art world focuses on the ways artists are taking the torrent of big data that is being produced and transforming it into works of art...Continue Reading Art in the age of ones and zeros: 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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