Search results for lets

"If you don't keep moving, you can work on something forever," the studio director and cofounder tells Glixel. "I think that's probably my most overused phrase: 'Let's get that in a box.'" ...
Ordinarily, for the spectral analysis of peoples' blood, urine or saliva samples, lab-based machines costing thousands of dollars are required. Needless to say, such equipment isn't always available to clinicians in developing nations, or to patients monitoring their own health at home. Now, however, scientists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign have created a US$550 3D-print
If you're a regular camper, you may own a range of tents suitable for different situations: a lightweight tent for hiking, a larger tent for when friends or family come along, and a winter tent for colder months. Crua Outdoors has unveiled a new tent system that can serve each of those needs thanks to a modular design which includes insulation and inflatable frames...Continue Reading Crua's n
Traditional photography involves choosing a focal length and position before snapping a shot. A new technology called “computational zoom” will allow photographers to remix those two factors afterward to create not only new compositions, but physically impossible ones.The UCSB Current reports that the project is being worked on by researchers at NVIDIA and UCSB. Here’s a 5-minut
Researchers with the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) and NVIDIA have detailed a new type of technology called 'computational zoom' that can be used to adjust the focal length and perspective of an image after it has been taken. The technology was detailed in a recently published technical paper, as well as a video (above) that shows the tech in action. With it, photographers are ab
Ultrasound is already utilized to treat brain disorders such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, plus it can be used to kill cancer cells and to dissolve stroke-causing blood clots. Unfortunately, however, the thickness and density of the skull absorbs or reflects much of the ultrasound before it reaches the brain, making treatments less effective than they would be otherwise. That said,
While it's possible to adjust the height and the angle of a bike's handlebar stem, adjusting the length can't be done – or at least, not with a regular stem. With that in mind, Aero Design Swiss has created a stem that definitely isn't regular. Designed for use with road bikes, it contains spacers that allow the bar to be moved fore and aft as the rider sees fit … or as different rider
One of the benefits of commissioning a tiny house from scratch is the flexibility offered. Whether you want additional sleeping space, a walk-in closet, or even a climbing wall exterior, it can all be done. The customer who approached Rewild Homes wanted a bathtub surrounded by glazing, so the firm got to work designing a compact but storage-packed towable dwelling that offers just that. ..Co
Cardboard is versatile stuff and, aside from packaging, has been used to make everything from a helmet to a bicycle, and even a church and guitar. The latest addition to the ranks is the Foldo Bebe, a flatpack cardboard baby crib that promises to be lightweight, durable, and green. ..Continue Reading Foldo Bebe lets you put baby to bed in a cardboard cribCategory: Around The HomeTags:
When you're climbing a hill on a full-suspension mountain bike, you get considerably more pedalling efficiency if you lock out the rear suspension. A lot of riders don't bother, though, especially since they might forget and leave it locked afterwards. That's why the Killswitch was created. It works with the bike's existing dropper seatpost (assuming it's got one) to automatically lock out th is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

Add to Technorati Favorites