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The 1965-71 G.E. Hardiman I – Ralph Mosher

How to: Laser Graffiti

  • Mirielle Sanford
    Mirielle Sanford

    this needs to happen!

The Alfa [bicycle] weighs 20lbs, yet supports riders up to 24 times its weight. It’s mostly cardboard and 100% recycled materials, yet uses a belt-driven pedal system that makes it maintenance free. And, maybe best of all, it’s project designed to be manufactured at about $9 to $12 per unit (and just $5 for a kids version.)

  • Mirielle Sanford
    Mirielle Sanford

    this is very cool.

The World's Smallest Camera - $39.95 !!!

leaves for entwining wires

50 years of space exploration.

Node Electric Outlet eliminates the need for a power strip.... um, what?

An instagram camera that prints the photos like a poloroid

super thin flat boom box

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania 3d print sugar templates that are later injected with blood vessels, creating working vascular networks.

UCLA creates transparent solar cell, dreams of current generating windows.

I need this in my life... The Bed Fan delivers a cool breeze between the sheets--without AC costs, and without disturbing your partner. The fan attaches to the foot of the bed and quietly blows fresh, cool air between your top and bottom sheets, instantly dispersing built-up body heat trapped under the covers and moving up to 100 cubic feet of air every minute. It's more effective than traditional cooling methods, which only affect the air outside the bed!

digital sundials by Umbra.

Light charcoal in terracotta pots lined with foil for tabletop s'mores.


Designed by Jean Pierre Ponthieu. in the 1970s. The Pussycar Automodule was created as a promotional vehicle. Described as ‘The Car of the Year 2000′, its rear wheel was powered by a 250cc single cylinder engine.

German Automated Parking Garage

Happy birthday iPod. It's amazing to look back and see not only how you changed but how you changed the entire industry.

The world's tiniest cart, about the size of a grain of rice. The engine runs at 600rpm!

Toyota introduces an augmented reality concept for the back seat. Probably will cost millions to develop and then never get released.