1. smallspacesblog:

Partners & Spade by Brian Ferry
(source)

    smallspacesblog:

    Partners & Spade by Brian Ferry

    (source)

  2. Pattern Recognition Algorithm Recognizes When Drivers Are on the Phone | MIT Technology Review →

  3. engadget:

You can steal data from a computer by touching it

    engadget:

    You can steal data from a computer by touching it

  4. adteachings:

It’s depressing that this is necessary, but it’s pretty damn brilliant.
Source: Osocio

    adteachings:

    It’s depressing that this is necessary, but it’s pretty damn brilliant.

    Source: Osocio

  5. typeverything:

Typeverything.com - Thumbprint portraits by Cheryl Sorg.

    typeverything:

    Typeverything.com - Thumbprint portraits by Cheryl Sorg.

  6. davesparks:

    prostheticknowledge:

    Yobi3D

    Online resource is a search engine for 3D objects, viewable in-browser.

    Above are two simple example searches for ‘car’ and ‘cat’.

    Link

    …while looking at this.

  7. serialthrill:

Sixty Watts Live by Silence TV

    serialthrill:

    Sixty Watts Live by Silence TV

  8. prostheticknowledge:

    We The Builders

    Collaborative sculpture project where a 3D model is divided for various makers to construct their piece, then reassembled. Above is a completed bust of George Washington, and is currently working on one of Benjamin Franklin:

    We the People of the Maker-verse, in Order to form more perfect large-scale 3D printed sculptures, hereby establish this crowdsourcing website for the United Printers of the Maker-verse.

    More Here

  9. nevver:

    Greetings

  10. nevver:

    She’s not there

  11. thunderswarehouse:

    mehreenqudosi:

    So I just got yelled at by a hipster guy because I thought he was homeless, and I had attempted to give him my sandwich and some cash.

    And then I started giggling like mad when he shouted that his poncho ‘wasn’t even vintage’….

    image

  12. cnce:

    Squishy Robots

    "A new phase-changing material built from wax and foam developed by researchers at MIT is capable of switching between hard and soft states."

    MIT researchers are trying to change the paradigm of your typical robot by mimicking organic substances. The idea is that the robot should be soft to conform to a particular environment, and interact with humans, though rigid enough to actually do a procedure. They can achieve this by applying heat at particular points to deform the object, then applying coolness to make the object rigid again. 

    "Robots built from this material would be able to operate more like biological systems with applications ranging from difficult search and rescue operations, squeezing through rubble looking for survivors, to deformable surgical robots that could move through the body to reach a particular point without damaging any of the organs or vessels along the way."

    via zerostatereflex

  13. nevver:

    Where’s your head at? Stefan Zsaitsits

  14. typeverything:

Typeverything.com
D by Nicola Yeoman.
via Handmade Font.

    typeverything:

    Typeverything.com

    D by Nicola Yeoman.

    via Handmade Font.

  15. 3 August 2014

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    nevver:

    Home sick