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wood carvings

29 November, 2012 (12:00) | Geeked Out

Crazy.  These are just wood shavings beautifully arranged.   These have to take so much vision and time to produce. http://www.designswan.com/archives/incredible-wooden-chip-artwork-by-sergey-bobkov.html

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The humans are dead

7 June, 2012 (12:00) | Geeked Out

I don’t know if you’ve been paying attention, but these flying robots are getting scary.  They’re able to do a lot more than what they used to do when I was a kid.  They know where other robots are.  They know how to pass balls.  They’re small and they’re growing in numbers.  Basically, it’s only […]

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biolite stoves are going to revolutionize the mobile and underdeveloped world

31 May, 2012 (12:00) | Geeked Out

The Biolite stoves are game changers. There are 2 different stoves being made right now.  One is a stove that is used for camping and one is being used as a solution for cooking in poor countries.  Both of these products are amazing. They’re clean, safe, and cheap.  They produce electricity to charge or power […]

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Dalton Ghetti’s pencil tip carvings

20 April, 2012 (12:00) | Geeked Out

http://blog.kidrobot.com/pencil-tip-micro-sculptures-by-dalton-ghetti/ This is nuts.  This guy can carve the tips of pencils into just about anything.  I can’t imagine how many times he’s had to start over after breaking off a tip.

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Hold me closer tiny dancer

16 December, 2011 (12:00) | Geeked Out

This is some of the smallest origami you’ll ever see.  This is srz bzns.  He uses a tooth pick to create all the tiny folds. http://www.visualnews.com/2011/08/18/a-tiny-world-of-nano-origami/  

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Don’t leave me high, don’t leave me dry

8 December, 2011 (12:00) | Geeked Out

Neverwet.  This ain’t your momma’s waterproof stuff.  It’s super hydrophobic.  You can spray this on clothes, and they won’t get wet or dirty.  Spray it on steel, and it won’t rust.  THIS is the future.  Such a reduction in waste and maintenance!  Thing about how much less bridges would need to be repaired.  Think about […]

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