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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

World's Largest Easter Egg

Posted By Guest on April 04, 2010

World's Largest Easter Egg

Thousands of tourists from around the world visit Vegreville, Canada annually and marvel at the Pysanka Easter Egg. It measures 25.7 feet long, 18.3 feet wide, and stands 31.6 feet high.Read More

Air Bearings

Posted By Todd on March 29, 2010

Higher rotation speeds without friction make air bearings ideal for a wide variety of mechanical applications

New Way Air Bearings use a porous carbon media that allow air to flow through it at a controlled rate so that a cushion of air is formed on the face of the media. Parts are suspended on 5 millionths of an inch of air. There is no contact with metal, so there is no wear, particulates, or lubricants.Read More

Amazing 3D Building Murals

Posted By Lisa McNear on March 25, 2010

3D Murals Painted on the Sides of Buildings
Amazing 3D Building Murals

These scenes of wrecked buildings and unique structures are actually huge three dimensional works of art done on the side of buildings. Since he first started back in 2002, John Pugh has been fooling many for years with his 3D murals.Read More

Largest House of Cards

Posted By Guest on March 11, 2010

An American architect has broken his own Guinness World Record by building the largest house of free-standing playing cards.

Bryan Berg used 218,792 cards to create a replica of the Venetian Macau, which is on display in its namesake luxury hotel and casino.Read More

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Stainless Steel iPhone Case

Posted By Lisa McNear on March 10, 2010

Stainless case with protective hinged lid and internal silicone bumpers ensure a tight fit for 3G or 3Gs phones
Stainless iPhone Case

Designed by Ryan Glasgow of Portland, Oregon, these fancy iPhone cases are constructed from sturdy 304 stainless steel and cost $95.Read More

High-Rise Prison

Posted By Guest on March 08, 2010

High-Rise Prison

With the vertical prison concept, height becomes the wall, keeping prisoners above the surface, yet still accessible via specially designed pods which act as transportation across the prison’s grounds.Read More

Robotic Snow Plow

Posted By Guest on March 08, 2010

The RoboPlow sports a 50" blade, six wheel drive, and a bad attitude when it comes to all things snow
Robotic Snow Plow

This is the idea that every geek has had, but the guys at Idea Laboratories were just fed up enough to actually see it through. Watching the video will make you wonder why somebody hasn't come up with this solution before.Read More

Making The Vancouver Olympic Torch

Posted By Guest on February 19, 2010

The torch (with fuel) weighs about 3.5 pounds and contains stainless steel, aluminum and sheet-moulding compound.
Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch

The three foot torch, inspired by both the lines carved into the snow by skiers schushing down mountains and the undulating beauty of the snowy Canadian landscape, was designed by Bombardier’s aerospace and transportation design teams in collaboration with the Vancouver Organizing Committee for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (VANOC).Read More

Crayola Crayon Rockets

Posted By Guest on February 19, 2010

Crayola Crayon Rockets

Since a friend pointed out that John Coker's' I-ROC rocket looked like a Crayon®, he's had the idea in mind to build a Crayon rocket. Not just a Crayon rocket, but a pack of Crayon rockets! The smallest pack of Crayons he could find had eight, so that was his target.Read More