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The LaPierre x Rockshox El shock has proven to be a revelation in the cadre of modern battery adjusted suspensions. The suspension along with the suspension adjustment system from fox which utilizes a Shimano Di2 battery has really inspired some bike re-engineering. Motivated by this same suspension culture is Vladimir Kolotov who has fused his love for riding and mini gadgetry into one.
Are you an iPhone fanatic? Don’t have money to buy it? No need to worry, a guy from China has created an iPhone 5 replica at home using only steel and has acknowledged complete method on Weibo (Chinese). Following the procedure you can build one for yourself at home, believe me it’s very easy.
Technology Will Save Us came up with a new fun project for programmers called ‘The Bright Eyes Kit.’ The kit contains programmable sunglasses embedded with 174 LEDs. Currently running as a Kickstarter campaign with a goal of £17,500 it encourages folks to study programming.
Recently we featured a Quadcopter for people with disabilities that could be controlled by brain. And now some scientists in Britain have developed brain interface glasses which will help people with severe disabilities to control a computer with their eyes. So much innovation everywhere around, isn’t it? This device costed just $65 in making.
Creativity has no bounds! Yes, the stunning pictures of space clicked by a £30 camera will make you exclaim the same line. A nineteen year old, Nottingham University student Adam Cudworth has clicked few amazing astronomical pictures which look like images clicked with the multi-million pounds NASA satellite. The innovative chap made this possible with a £30 second hand camera and a balloon. The homemade device was created in not more than £200 with the help of a box encompassing GPS, microprocessor and a radio. The device flew to the 110,210 feet height when left unrestricted in the space.
‘Electrobiblioteka’, is the name that has been given to a real, live E book. Waldek Wegrzyn has created a tangible E Book the physicality of which is entirely opposite to the conventional e link reader. One might call it a reverse engineered pagination which is quite laborious but worth the effort which is all evident in the video below.
Liu, a man from Jinan, Shandong Province is a big fan of Transformers. He dedicated six months and US $11,025 to make a real life Transformer robot at home. Liu was annoyed by the fact that most of the Transformer toys in market claim to be Transformers but do not transform or move at all. So, he decided to make one for himself that could transform into a huge robot.
This article will surely give goose bumps to those who are crazy about racing games. The fun of racing games increases if you have a steering wheel to handle the car instead of a controller. And having a racing cockpit to perform it is like a cherry on the cake. This whole setup has been designed by Matthew Boyer and gives his living room a real feel of the racing track.
Laptops, remote controls, wireless devices and many more to continue, have made us completely technology dependent. We prefer doing things sitting at one place without wasting much of the energy. We are here to discuss a similar concept made by Toon and Jiang as part of their university thesis. The interesting project made by them makes use of gestures to turn things on as well as off.