Posts by: Dan Seitz

Dan Seitz is an obsessive nerd living in New England. He lives in the Boston area with a fiancee, a dog, a cat, and far too many objects with processors.


This Swimming Pool Bridge Is Not For The Squeamish (Video)


The world economy is slowly struggling back to something resembling order. People are getting to their feet again. Insane luxury spending is out. Unless, apparently, you can do something really weird with it. Marco! PoloooooaaaaaHHHHH! At least that’s what we’re assuming is involved in this plan to build two skyscrapers...

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Here’s A Tower With 40 (!!!) USB Ports


USB is the charging technology of choice. Even Apple, the only mobile company still clinging to proprietary connectors, still begrudgingly has a USB connector at the end of those millions of charging cords. There are dozens of devices that need charging, and apparently somebody decided we needed to have them...


The Nomad CNC Puts Precision Milling On Your Desktop


CNC milling has changed much of how we approach design and manufacturing products. Using computers to precisely control machine tools, and usable on materials ranging from wax and wood to brass and aluminum, pretty much any product you own at this point has had parts or prototypes milled on a...


A Bouncy House Flew 50 Feet In The Air… With Three Kids In It


When you climb into a bouncy house, and admit it, you totally have, and recently, you probably aren’t thinking about the physics behind them. But two young boys recently got a hard lesson in aerodynamics and wind resistance… or the total lack thereof. Bouncy House, Flying House Essentially, a bouncy...


Anova Precision Cooker 2.0 Gets It Right Every Time


You’ve probably heard a lot about “sous vide” cooking in recent years. Essentially, it involves sealing food in a bag and cooking it by circulating hot water evenly across the contents. It’s a technique that gets stunning results, but it’s hard to do without a professional machine. Well, until now....

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Lego Utensils Are The Best Utensils


There have been many achievements in modern technology. We can fly into space for our own amusement. We have supercomputers in our pockets. We have an insane German man developing new slingshots. What we do not have is a logical way to arrange our kitchen utensils… until now. Click It...


iOS Apps Running On… Android?!


One of the most fundamental annoyances of the mobile platform wars is this: Most of the cool apps go to iOS, but most of us own an Android. What can we do? Well, if you’re some students from Columbia University, get to work hacking together a cross-platform solution. Cats And...