Category Archives: Tech Jargon
A fully functional steam-punk Pacman with removable parts. These need to be in mass production right now. The Pactuator: a clockwork Pac-Man from Jonathan M. Guberman on Vimeo.
Uhhh. Apparently this is a new trend in Japan. Because having your mouth glow like some strange cave insect is sexy?
Pretty self-explanatory. Instructions to play the old school snake in a youtube window.
I imagine this is what stoner musical engineers at MIT come up with. It’s a little slow so skip ahead for some of the more ridiculous beats and rhythms.
Have you ever found yourself needing a hobby to keep your hands busy but masturbation is losing it’s allure? Dirty Pillowz makes Do-It-Yourself latch hook kits that turn into 70s shag fur pillows depicting pornographic images. Confused? Look at the … Continue reading
Peeing on your phone seems like an all-around pretty bad idea, but British researchers have managed to find an upside. They claim that by urinating on a computer chip and plugging it into a phone or computer, people will soon … Continue reading
Apparently physical enhancements in film isn’t as difficult as one would think. While this isn’t the highest production alterations, it’s still kind of interesting to see how easy it is to alter physiques.
I post this against my better judgment, but this video shows just how much potential the iPhone has. And the song isn’t too bad either.
I had written a little about this before the website got restored. I don’t remember anymore. Suffice to say I think it would have been more powerful all things considered but I suppose portable has it’s consequences. Skip to 2:30 … Continue reading
Apparently someone in Japan is working on using ringtones to subliminally alter emotional levels and physical attributes, which include but are not limited to breast sizes.
A neat concept for what the future of roadways could look like using solar panels and LEDs along the way. While they address the big issues with a project like this, i.e. glass that doesn’t shatter and can handle the … Continue reading
Now many of you know I am no supporter of anything Apple, but the technology behind this project is quite excellent. Using time-lapse photography these people are able to use the iPads screens and motion sensing to “drag” the screen … Continue reading
Thanks to Niel for finding this gem of an application. Tired of religious smut taking over your screen? Have 20 porn blockers on your web browser but none to keep out the evils of overzealous Bible thumpers? Fear only a … Continue reading
Waterloo Labs has put together a device that analyzes eye movements and translates them into actions on the NES console. They explain the process and show their results in the video. Pretty neat stuff.
A German news segment involving a new technology for motorcycles. It supposedly analyzes vehicles and oncoming traffic and reports them to the user via helmet prompter. Watch the first test drive.
So this is Blind Type. I wonder just how legit this is, but if it’s authentic then someone has created an amazing technology.
Um. I can see the appeal of having a commercial explain the simplicity of their device swapping, however the setting will make you cringe.
The video is pretty thorough, although a little sketchy. The robot apparently has the ability to recognize objects and make a judgment decision on objects presented to it. The more impressive stuff is near the end.