Category Archives: Technology
I love when people take the time to go all out for Christmas. And although this song is now ridiculously annoying, the light show itself is pretty damn awesome.
It’s not quite a Christmas song, but when I heard it in August, I figured it would be a fun song to synchronize my lights to. Many all-nighters and even more gray hairs later, our show is finally running. This is the 5th and final song in our 3rd annual light show this year. 384 channels controlling over 60,000 LEDs, plus a few incan.
If you like the song,
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Seeing the Space Shuttle fly over Los Angeles, CA the other day was one of the most memorable experiences I think I’ll have in my lifetime. I love Los Angeles, and I love the chaos that comes with this city. Sure, the traffic can be a royal bitch, but at least I get to live through some pretty memorable events in history and will have that to look back on when I’m older. This video is an awesome time-lapse that shows Endeavour‘s journey through the streets of LA. So rad!
watch what happens when you drop boxes of brand new iPhone 5s in front of hundres of customers camped out for days to be the first to get a new iPhone 5
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Crazy I Say playlist
Alex Goyette – Director / Prankster
Michael Rowland – Camera Operator 1
Brian Mitchell – Camera Operator 2
Ian Start – Camera Operator 3
As much as I love my Apple products, I don’t know if I would go to the lengths that body piercer, Dave Hurban, has gone.
In this video, it shows the process of implanting the magnets and ultimately being able to attach his iPod Nano to his wrist without any accessories. Hurban works at Dynasty Tattoo, is from Newfield, N.J., and with the help of Kaledioscope Kreative, has produced the video below.
Body Piercer: Dave Hurban
Videographer: Jesse Cornaglia
Photographer: Paul Kensey
Prototype Engineer: Jason Williams
Artist: Youth – Boy’s Chore
- Man implants magnets to keep iPod at the ready (news.yahoo.com)
- Forget a Strap! Implant Your iPod Watch on your Wrist This Guy Did (irishappleblog.com)
- Guy Gets Magnets Implanted In His Arm To Hold His iPod (gizmodo.com.au)
- Guy Gets Magnets Implanted in His Arm To Hold His iPod, Forgets There’s a New Design Every Year [Video] (gizmodo.com)
- iPod Nano Goes Red (fabsugar.com)
- Freebies and a Chance to win an iPod Nano (schoolmarmohio.com)
It’s hard to deny that we’re moving into an age of technology we never could have comprehended when there’s a fucking hologram of Tupac on stage at Coachella. While I have been very said I wasn’t able to go, this just helped me to completely lose it. I missed one of the most amazing technological advances of all time where they brought back one of the greatest rap artists of all time.
- Tupac Back ! Coachella’s Live Hologram Performance (space-beach.com)
- Tupac Shakur hologram performs for Coachella crowd; performs with Snoop Dogg (examiner.com)
- Coachella 2012: Snoop Dogg Resurrects Tupac Shakur Via Hologram (techfleece.com)
- Tupac Back from Dead to Play Coachella, as Hologram: VIDEO (towleroad.com)
- Amazing video: Technology brings Tupac back to life at Coachella (thenextweb.com)
- Tupac Hologram Performs at Coachella 2012 (VIDEO) (blippitt.com)
- Snoop Dogg & Dr. Dre Perform Alongside Tupac Shakur At Coachella [VIDEO] (hiphopwired.com)
Geminoid F can produce smiles and even enigmatic, quizzical expressions, using mechanical actuators underneath her rubber ‘skin’.
Her creator says his goal is to create a robot that can fool people into believing it’s a human being.
Hiroshi Ishiguro is the creator of the magnificent robot, and this is not shocking considering he is already a renowned robot designer at Osaka University in western Japan. Most of his androids cost a whopping $1.2 million, but luckily, Geminoid F is much cheaper, with a price tag of $110,000.
She can smile, furrow her brows and move her mouth – although she often looks rather dazed. It can also talk and sing – playing recordings, or ‘mouthing’ other people’s voices.
Geminoid TMF is equipped with 12 motorised actuators, powered by air pressure, which allow her to ‘copy’ human facial expressions.
- For sale: Your robot clone (news.cnet.com)
- Watch: Woman or Machine? Sophisticated Japanese Shebot Blurs the Line (newsfeed.time.com)
- Androids to bring ‘Surrogates’ closer to reality? (news.cnet.com)
- Tokyo store’s female android looking for love (news.cnet.com)
- All Too Human: A Robot that Would Make Freud Uncomfortable (bigthink.com)
- Reuters Video: Humanoid robot in Valentine’s experiment (englishblog.com)
- Geminoid-F: World’s First Robotic Girl Doing Modeling Job at The Mall! (hitechanalogy.com)