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Winscape Virtual Window

Posted By Guest on June 10, 2012

Want to Wake Up in San Francisco or Paris? Turn Two HDTVs into a Virtual Window to the World with 3D Perspective
Winscape Virtual Window

Winscape is a DIY project that features two HD plasmas in faux window frames that display whatever scene you’d like to see out your window. Using a Wiimote, the setup even detects your position in the room and shifts the perspective screens' high-resolution video to create the illusion of looking out a real window.Read More

Peterbilt Roadster

Posted By Guest on May 16, 2010

Randy Grubb's tricked out Peterbilt features a 12v71 Detroit Diesel with two 671 superchargers
Peterbilt Roadster
This cool ride started out life as a 1965 Peterbilt Model 351 cab, which creator Randy Grubb kept seeing parked in an old logger's place near his home in rural Oregon. After years of driving by it, he finally decided to stop for a closer look in late 2008.Read More

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3D Map of New York City

Posted By Guest on May 12, 2010

Laser Scanning Flyovers of NYC Will Yield Accurate 3-D Map
3D Map of New York City

New York City may be on the cutting edge of cuisine and fashion, but in nerdier pursuits like cartography, NYC has unfortunately fallen behind - like, 30 years behind. But a twin-engine airplane fitted with LIDAR scanners has lately been gathering data that will close the city's map gap, creating extremely detailed digital maps of the city that will lead to better land management, inform emergency protocols, and help identify the best places to install solar panels across the five boroughs.Read More

Largest Optical Telescope

Posted By Guest on April 29, 2010

LUCIFER was developed through a partnership between several research groups in Germany, the US and Italy
Largest Optical Telescope

The world’s largest optical telescope is about to get a lot better, thanks to LUCIFER - a new near-infrared camera/spectrograph system being added to the Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) on Mt. Graham in south-eastern Arizona. The telescope has been in development for over a decade, and is now ready to offer astronomers “spectacular insights into the universe, from the Milky Way up to extremely distant galaxies.”Read More

Ocean Wave Generator

Posted By Guest on April 20, 2010

Oyster wave power technology captures energy from ocean waves and converts it into clean sustainable electricity
Ocean Wave Generator

Oyster is a simple mechanical hinged flap connected to the seabed at around 32 feet in depth. Each passing wave moves the flap, driving hydraulic pistons to deliver high pressure water via a pipeline to an onshore electrical turbine.Read More

Volcanic Ash Grounds Airliners

Posted By Guest on April 15, 2010

How volcanic ash grounded almost every jet in Europe

A volcano in Iceland erupted yesterday, spewing a gigantic cloud of dust in the air, and with the wind blowing from the northwest, prompted aviation authorities to shut down airports in Britain, France, Scandinavia and other parts of Europe on Thursday. Jet engines can be severely damaged by the glassy silicate in that volcanic dust.Read More

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Intel's Light Peak Optical Cables

Posted By Guest on April 15, 2010

Intel's 10 Gbps Light Peak Optical Cables May Succeed USB
Intel's Light Peak Optical Cables

Intel sees its Light Peak technology for linking devices by optical cable as potentially succeeding USB 3.0, a change that in several years could mean the disappearance of a port used almost universally in gadgets today.Read More

Navy Helicopter Drone

Posted By Guest on April 14, 2010

The Navy's MQ-8B helicopter drone makes its first narcotics bust on the high seas
Navy Helicopter Drone

Drug runners and pirates beware: a Navy helicopter drone made its first official drug bust on April 3. The U.S. Navy Fire Scout stealthily tailed a "go-fast" boat suspected of carrying narcotics for three hours, and captured video of the boat's refueling rendezvous with a fishing vessel. Not a bad outcome for started as a "routine test flight," according to Navy reports.Read More

The Memristor

Posted By Guest on April 14, 2010

The memristor is as fundamental an electronic component as the resistor, the inductor, and the capacitor
The Memristor

The memristor can reversibly change its resistance depending on how much current flows through it. The researchers’ surprising new discovery is that a memristor can handle either data storage or logical computation depending on the amount and duration of the current sent through it. Three memristors can complete a NAND operation, the researchers report, so any Boolean function can be implemented if you string enough of the devices together.Read More

World's Smallest Digital Camera

Posted By Lisa McNear on April 12, 2010

World's Smallest Digital Camera

Ultra compact, multifunctional Pocket sized Chobi Mini Digital Camera is one of the most compact digital camera's ever! Yet it takes incredible digital photos. Chobi Mini Digital Camera can Video at 1280 x 960 pix 30 fps AVI movies and take 2048 x 1536 pix pictures.Read More