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 […]
12 Sided Calendar Generator
If you don’t have the money to buy a new calendar or swimsuit models are not your thing you might consider using this web page to generate you own. This is also a great project for school teachers if they prefer the rhombic dodecahedron.
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 […]
Film Can Cannons
With a loud BANG! and a flash of orange flame, these cannons shoot a plastic film can up to 20 feet! Beautifully crafted out of rich hardwoods, these make wonderful executive paperweights or business card holders when they aren’t being used to bombard the office down the hall. Everything you need to build the cannon […]
RoboGumby’s Take On Rare Single Malt Whiskey
The demand for rare single malt whiskey has arguably never been higher. With foreign buyers desperate to get their hands on the latest and most exclusive rare single malt whiskey in existence this has seen a huge surge which can become instrumental in the selling techniques utilised by businesses today. There is a dynamic which […]
Institute for Applied Autonomy
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.
drewish.com: 2-sided pov toy
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.
Police Called In To Investigate Sony
Police Called In To Investigate Sony A leading software company has accused Sony of spying on tens of thousands of people who buy Sony music CD’s. Computer Associates said that new anticopying software Sony is using to discourage pirating of its music also secretly collects information from any computer that plays the discs including hundreds […]