Category Archives: Innovation

Zapata Flyboard Jetpack = Human Dolphin

This picture shows what happens when a man wants to become a dolphin for the day…and has enough money to make it happen. Click continue to see him in action to the sounds of The Tempah Trap.

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The Beauty of Mud at 4,000 FPS

The Beauty of Mud (4000 fps) from David HJ. Lindberg on Vimeo. After watching penguins frolicking in slow motion during Frozen Planet this year, you’re often left wondering how such stunning images are captured. It doesn’t take the most cynical … Continue reading

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Little Printer

Having a full scale printer on your desk is pretty cumbersome. It’s often not necessary anymore as our phones have got more powerful and tablets more prolific. However, it’s sometimes nice to have a small print out – a few … Continue reading

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Replace Face

Really like the Tumblr ReplaceFace which swaps the face of classic war portraits with modern day icons. Hit the link to see more examples…

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What was great about the 80s

The King of Legoland from dunun on Vimeo. This short video is a great reminder of everything that was great about the 1980s. I must admit that I remember owning most of the toys towards the end of the clip, … Continue reading

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How to make doing the washing more exciting

Design student Lee Wei Chen has come up with this novel approach to doing your laundry. Chen, a student at Kingston University, explained that he wanted to transfer some of the skills he had learned in the virtual world as … Continue reading

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Galactic Warfare

As this week sees the release of the Star Wars trilogy on Blu-ray, I thought it fitting to share another Lucas spin-off. Unfortunately, this iteration of Tatooine is unlikely to see the light of day – commercially anyway. A team … Continue reading

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