President Donald Trump's tweets irritated a robotics engineer so much that he built a robot to burn each and every one of them.
David Neevel's red robot prints out each tweet on a piece of paper then switches on a lighter, burns it and dispenses the flaming remainders into an ashtray. Neevel has filmed and documented the entire process on Twitter.
The robot even replies to @realdonaldtrump, "I burned your tweet."
Thursday, Apr 6th 2017 (12:00am)
John St. Clair patented a teleportation system in 2006 that generates a pulsed gravitational wave which propagates through a magnetic vortex wormhole generator. Heady stuff.
Tuesday, Jan 10th 2017 (6:27am) | Thanks: oma
In order to really let the selfie generation fully immerse themselves in the amazing experience of the Coca-Cola Summer Love, the biggest brand outdoor event in Israel, Gefen Team created a way for them to share those precious moments with friends, without ever stopping the fun by taking a picture - The Coca-Cola Selfie Bottle.
Tuesday, Nov 22nd 2016 (4:39am)
A man approaches a bicycle, handheld electric saw at the ready. He powers it on, starts to drill, and is shot in the face with a noxious spray that makes him vomit uncontrollably. This is the dream of the inventors of SkunkLock.
Sunday, Nov 13th 2016 (12:00am)
Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space with virtual reality. Unleash your creativity with three-dimensional brush strokes, stars, light, and even fire. Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless.
Monday, Jul 18th 2016 (3:16am)
The Polish firm Zylia has created a prototype for a ball-shaped device very likely to revolutionise the music world. Called AudioImmersion, it simultaneously records live sounds from various sources on separate tracks with a single piece of equipment.
Wednesday, Dec 2nd 2015 (12:00am)
Joy For All Companion Pet cats are designed to bring comfort, companionship and fun for your elder loved ones. With realistic fur, purrs and meows - and sensors that respond to petting and hugs with familiar, cat-like actions - Companion Pets deliver a soothing, joyful experience that inspires smiles, laughter and fond memories for people of all ages.
Friday, Nov 20th 2015 (12:04am)
When pumping 60 volts into this Electric Mobility Scooter it turns into tons of fun. Their is no soft start on this thing so as soon as the launch button is pressed the motor springs to life. Interestingly enough this scooter has some drag bars that prevent the thing from flipping over backwards. Not sure how long the motor would last with this voltage but it sure looks like fun while it lasts. They even tested it with a few runs at 72 volts! It doesn't take long to get up to speed with that voltage. The electronics were slightly modified, a nice large contactor was added to allow a small horn button to control the large load. In the end 72 volts was more than the motor could take and it burnt up.
Wednesday, Oct 28th 2015 (11:29pm)
We invented a micro-CPAP device that has no hoses, no cords, and no mask. We did it because too many people have sleep apnea, and too many of those donít wear their CPAP masks. Who can blame them with those masks and hoses? But we need your help to get it out of the lab and into your hands.
Tuesday, Oct 20th 2015 (12:05am)
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This compact machine is capable of unravelling proteins, a revolutionary development that has huge implications for the treatment of cancer, the manufacture of pharmaceuticals, the production of biofuels and food processing.
The VFD can do the unthinkable in the process of demonstrating its capabilities - it can unboil an egg.
Thursday, Sep 24th 2015 (12:02am) | Thanks: awesomer
Picture, if you will, a lamp that requires no sunlight to charge, no batteries to replace, no power cord to plug in. It's the GravityLight, a lamp that runs like your grandpa's clock - lift the weighted drive belt, and the kinetic energy from gravity pulling the weight back down gives you 20 minutes of light. You can still get in on the already-funded indiegogo campaign here!
Thursday, Aug 6th 2015 (12:01am) | Thanks: nazgulcane
Truly, everyone loves a Slinky. But what if you loved it so much that you wanted to see it go down stairs endlessly? Here's one look at how to go about it (including several failed attempts).
The Dunkin' Buddy is a plastic device invented by Connecticut-based husband and wife team Kiana Machnicz and Jason Wells that allows for hands-free cookie dunking. The simple gizmo uses magnets to connect the dunker to a handle outside of the cup, saving the user's hands from getting wet in the dunking process.
Wednesday, Oct 22nd 2014 (8:51am)
Much like the Segway, a personal transportation device. Only no handlebars and a very limited range. But it's light (only 9 pounds) and recharges very quickly (about an hour).
Available January 2014.
Saturday, May 18th 2013 (12:04am)
Meet the Sensebridge Northpaw, an anklet consisting of a directional unit and 8 cellphone vibrators that when worn will teach your body which way is north at all times. In short order, you can ditch the device and never lose your sense of direction again. Fucking brilliant.
Thursday, Dec 27th 2012 (12:02am)
The National Center for Craft and Design has selected the un-knitting machine as one of the best student design projects of 2012. This highly unusual bicycle, designed to help recycle unwanted woollen clothes, unravels any clothing item back into its pre-knitted form.
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