Introduction The need for a better computer has changed the way people work. Chromebooks have become popular and are the perfect choice for people who spend most of their day working in mobile apps and web browsers. They’re simple to use, secure and affordable. The downside is that they can’t run any Windows or Mac […]
If you’re looking for a new phone, there are some upcoming devices you shouldn’t miss. These are the OnePlus 10 Pro, Realme 10 Pro, Huawei Mate X2 and Xiaomi 12 Ultra. Here’s what you should know before these devices hit the market. Realme 10 Pro Realme is known for delivering high-quality smartphones at low prices. […]
Nitrogen generators are devices that generate nitrogen gas by forcing compressed air through a vessel that contains a hollow tube in the middle. The tube is filled with a polymeric hollow fibre, selectively permeating impurities from the vessel’s walls. As a result, the nitrogen gas emerges at the other end. The nitrogen gas generated is […]
Minox DCC Leica is a fantastic store that sells all sorts of USB drives which are shaped like a thumb but have a varied style of different types of sushi. Although they may be slightly expensive the style of these pen drives is of such a fantastic unique style that there is no question that […]
Britain’s Cambridge Display Technology said it has produced screens illuminated by organic light emitting diodes (OLEDs) that measure 14-inches across, a milestone in the effort to bring these types of displays to the mass market. The 14-inch display, which has a resolution of 1280 pixels by 768 pixels, is functional. Moreover, more than one has […]
Contest Dual-booting WinXP and OSX on an Intel Mac The Race is on a reward has been offered ($100) to try and work out how to boot XP on the new Mac. I’m not really sure why but if people are willing to pay $2500 for a nice note book and then run XP with […]
A wonderful page with all sorts of different robot fish including student projects from a Tokyo university. Most seem quite simple in principle using just one or two RC servo motors. This looks like it could be lots of fun, however unbelievable amounts of work go into these products and it is no coincidence that […]
GraffitiWriter is a tele-operated field programable robot which employs a custom built array of spray cans to write linear text messages on the ground at a rate of 15 kilometers per hour. The printing process is similar to that of a dot matrix printer. GraffitiWriter can be deployed in any highly controlled space or public […]
A wonderful example of the Yahoo Map API. This looks like it has great promise. I wonder when of if any of the map comapanys will do Australian maps.
This guy has used a simple pic processor and the POV princible to make his bike wheels write text. A cool idea but probaly quite distacting to other road users.