Tagged: Technology

Cool Vertical Clock by Klaus Rosburg

Industrial designing is sometimes like serving you the same thing in a different manner and style and this is what Brooklyn-based designer Klaus Rosburg has tries to do. His vertical clock design shows the same time which any other normal clock will show, but in a more stylish manner.

The Electric Personal Transporter for the laziest

I must say human beings are making every possible effort to feed their laziness. This four wheeled electric personal vehicle is one example. It is meant to give you a small distance ride at a mild speed of 12-14 mph. You can roam effortlessly on sideways, sidewalks, and in park etc. It is powered by a 500-watt electric motor, which is the only thing I find positive in concern with environment. It doesn’t matter how I individually rate it. It can be a great thing for you. So go through the specification and decide if you want one.

Lucciola – Combination of Light and Sound

Lucciola has been designed to provide you with a combination of light and sound in one device. Inspired from magical flying lighting spots seen in the summer nights, this 30cm long device provides stereo sound in pair and the effect depends on the number of things available in the place. You can choose your piece according to your taste and requirement of the place. For that, it will be available in different editions with few modifications to suite the place in which you are using it like home, club and baby edition offering different colors and different way of positioning.

JNIOSH new Multi-modal simulator combines audio and visual information with vibration

Following the experiments conducted with multi-degree-of-freedom (DOF) to evaluate the effect and perceptible limits of whole body vibration, the Japanese National Institute of Occupational Safety & Health (JNIOSH) has put forth a product that will combine sound and visual information using Brüel & Kjær’s NVH Simulator. According to JINIOSH, it will replace the traditional single or multi-degree-of-freedom vibrator and will help in introducing more reality and interactivity.

Ricepuppet’s paintjob brings back lost shine of your NES

NES is the most popular gaming console ever made by Nintendo that hit the market two decades back. If you own one and it has started showing age-factor, then Ricepuppet has some nice custom ideas to transform it into a new one. The scratches that have appeared on the skin by throwing the console on the ground can be neatly veiled by hand-made customs done with accurate precision in paintjob technique. Hence, if you liked the idea of getting your NES tinted in Metroid color, then you can place your order here.

DIY gaming chair by Don Sturrock

Don Sturrock’s computer gaming desk is the new inspiration for gaming freaks. He didn’t waste much time on materializing his idea. Using Kee Lite aluminum pipe fittings and pipe and parts from Sketchup Library of Simplified Building, he built a structure that can support the monitor, keyboard, mouse, and chair. The chair looks comfortable with an adjustable monitor holder and footrest. It might be lacking the luxurious shine, but the creativity is appreciable.

Fully loaded DIY Six Rotor RC Helicopter

Watching clever and high-tech machines in sci-fi movies is fun. Isn’t it? There are many instances when I realized that these movies always hint at the technology that is being developed inside the laboratories. Watching this six rotor helicopter reminds me of something similar. The creator has built an excellent flying machine equipped with GPS and a camera. I know, right now you are thinking of a spying machine that will fly over your neighbor s backyard. Well, there can be other meaningful uses too.

Real life Spider-Man uses vacuum cleaners to climb walls

While watching spider man I have always wished for such powers. But, I satisfied myself with an argument saying “It happens only in movies. These are just special effects”. However, Mr. Jem Stansfield, an enterprising scientist, did not believe in such limitations, rather believes in putting the fancy of mind into reality. He managed to climb up a 30 ft wall in a spider-man style. He did this with the help of vacuum gloves or pads he had prepared himself. No high-tech machinery was used. He attached two vacuum cleaners to a back pack and created suction in the attached...

How to install Skype On Fedora

The best way to install any software on Fedora is to install it from its repository. Now who don’t know what repository is. Here is the little definition of Repository. Software Repository : A software repository is a storage location from which software packages may be retrieved and installed on a computer. Now you need to do is make a file named skype.repo. To make the file run # touch (write the name of the file, for example in this case skype.repo). So the command in this case will be # touch skype.repo