Category: Art & Design

SoSolo sneakers download social media info, emit colors to match your personality traits

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Invasion of advanced electronics into fashion accessories is heading toward unknown future. Conglomerate of fabric and electronics has already earned itself the label “Smart Clothing”. A couple of years ago, smart clothing would have meant generating electricity using piezoelectric material or fitness trackers and sensors to collect data, but now, the scenario has moved on to another level – giving your accessories the ability to download and analyze data from social networks in order to respond in social settings. Read More…

Drones dancing to traditional Japanese music with Mt. Fuji as the backdrop

Sky Magic Drone Entertainment show at Mount Fuji

When you look at drones, they are a glimpse of the future dominated by flying machines. These semi-autonomous gizmos have captured the imagination of every geek out there, and the possibilities of what can be done with a drone are very much endless. In the latter half of last year we saw the mesmerizing Guinness World Record set by 100 drones swaying to the tunes of Beethoven. Now, it’s time to head Far East and watch a group of drones spray their magic with Mount Fuji as the backdrop during sunset.
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TRON Legacy’s World + Iron Man’s Style = TRONman action figure

TRONman action figure

TRONman action figure

Superheroes are nothing but a manifestation of our own craving. The liking to become a hero that the city loves, and of course you need to have superpowers for that. These desires have been age old and starting with their representation in comics, the modern day superheroes rule the silver screen these days. So do their merchandise and the mini-figurines which are very popular. These action figures are found in virtually every kid’s closet and even on the desk of die-hard superhero loving geeks. Sam Kwok seems to be one of them, but he has given the superhero of today a new refreshing twist.
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Lego Mark II SkyTrain steals the show at BrickCan

LEGO SkyTrain

At the BrickCan – B.C.’s biggest ever public Lego exhibition – Willing Fong, a Vancouver man and a public transit infrastructure enthusiast attracted a lot of attention for his Lego version of Mark II SkyTrain for which he gave four years (one in making) of his life to this project.

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Lego Imperial Star Destroyer having three level interior

Lego Tyrant Star Destroyer

Original Star Wars movie’s opening scene showed the Imperial Star Destroyer make an intimidating entry and the fans love it. For that very reason this Star Destroyer named ISD Tyrant is so popular for so many years now. Imgur user [Doomhandle] looks like a fan of the Star Wars series and that is why he has created a 4feet long Tyrant Star Destroyer from Legos. The replica is so huge that he had to create it in three levels, and not to forget it is almost 70 pounds in weight.
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Weekend Projects: Paper Stirling Engine works on hot water and ice

DIY Stirling Engine

As a blogger being jammed in my chair for more than 8 hours can get boring during the latter half of the day. That is why a paper weight or any item that you need to fiddle around with can be a good time pass and stress buster. Even better if there is something unique and made at home. Have a look at this Paper LTD Stirling Engine created by Aliaksei Zholner and you’ll be tempted to make one yourself this weekend.
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World’s Largest Rubik’s Cube will take toll on you mind and body

World's Largest Rubik’s Cube

If you thought solving your Rubik’s Cube is a task too heavy for your brain, you might want to reconsider. Watch this World’s Largest Rubik’s Cube created by Tony Fisher from United Kingdom and you’ll instantly hit nausea. Measuring 1.57 m tall, 1.57 m wide and 1.57 m long (5 ft 1.7 in x 5 ft 1.7 in x 5 ft 1.7 in) this Rubik’s Cube is made from exactly the same material as any other regular Rubik’s Cube to make it past the requirements laid down by Guinness World Records.
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