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Shockfossils: Making artwork with a 5 million volt electron accelerator

Physicist and artist Todd Johnson makes shockfossils, lightning-style sculptures, created with a 5 million volt particle accelerator.

The Virtual Autopsy Table

The Norrkoping VIsualization Center and Center for Medical Image Science & Visualization (CMIV) have collaborated on a new product called the “Virtual Autopsy Table”, allowing interactive visualization and manipulation of Dual Energy Computed… Continue reading

Futuristic Phone Designs

iPhone 6, with 3D Curved AMOLED Plus Display Created by Chris Youn, the iPhone 6 design is based on 3D sound and 3D hologram interaction and it comes with a 4.3 inch Super… Continue reading

The Passing Cloud Project

Passing Cloud by Tiago Barros is a recently submitted project for the international ideas competition: Life at the Speed of Rail, promoted by Van Alen Institute and the Department of Cultural affairs of… Continue reading

Animal Inspired Bio Designs

Solar Powered COM-BAT Spy Plane The concept was conceived by the US military as a means to gather real-time data for soldiers, and the Army has awarded the University of Michigan College of… Continue reading

Light Touch interactive projector

Light Blue Opitcs has won the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) Innovation Awards 2010 prize for Product Design with its Light Touch – an interactive projector that turns any flat surface into… Continue reading

Eco-friendly Road Light for the Countryside

Road Lights, designed by Sungi Kim and Hozin Song, is a system of wind generated lane lights powered by the wind of vehicles whizzing by. The energy captured by the system illuminates a… Continue reading

USB Warm Gloves

The perfect tool for the Winter, USB Warm Gloves for boys and girls which feature heat generators built inside.Powered by USB, these gloves come with removable hood that covers the fingers. Its separated… Continue reading

Powerful x-rays made from sticky tape

Seth Putterman and colleagues from the University of California, Los Angeles used a motor to unwind a roll of sticky tape and recorded the electromagnetic emissions. Ripping the tape from its roll at… Continue reading