Daily Archives: February 23, 2012

LEGO camera

Twin-Lens Camera Built from LEGOs


Carl-Frederic Salicath, a freelance photographer, has built a totally working functional Twin-Lens Reflex (TLR) using 120-film out of LEGO blocks. Inspired by Cary Norton who built himself a 4×5-inch large-format camera also made from LEGOs last year. Unlike Norton’s, whose camera didn’t have any moving parts, Salicath wanted to use...

Google Street for Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef Getting Google Street View


Google Street View will soon be available for the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, which is the largest coral formation on Earth. Thanks to The Catlin Seaview Survey, which is a collaboration with the University of Queensland, and the Caitlin Group and Google, you’ll be able to see the beautiful...

NuForce Air DAC-1

NuForce Air DAC Promises Wireless CD Quality Sound


For the most part wirelessly streaming tunes to a pair a speakers is a non-issue these days. That is assuming you’ve got an iPhone and an Airport Express. But for those of you seeking a wireless audio experience in a world not ruled by the vision of Steve Jobs can look to...

Samsung 457 Washer with WiFi

Samsung 457 WiFi Washing Machine (video)


Washing clothing is about as exciting as watching paint dry.  And folding it after the dryer has completed its cycle is an exercise in masochism.  But alas, clean clothes is a must, unless of course you married or have given up on life all together. [GR]YfHE79ZYZ9w[/GR] Samsung’s F457 is a...

FlameThrower Glove

Flame Thrower Glove (video)


Nothing says “look at me” like a flame throwing glove, right?  Patrick Priebe developed, designed and built this glove which can shoot flames from the palm of his hand by up to 3-4 feet.   Want it?  Tough, it ain’t for sale, but what you can get is a bit...


CineSquid Suction Cup Camera Mount System (video)


The Cineskates by all accounts was and is a massive success.  We wrote about the Kickstarter project when it debuted and thanks to us (wink) they managed to reach their funding goal and then some (2400%), making it the second most funded Kickstarter project to date.  Now, thanks to their...