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Getting Mixed Up with Home Stir Welding

Most processes designed to join two pieces of what-have-you together are consumptive of something, whether it’s some material acting as a third party to work piece and the tool, or the tool itself. In the wonderful world of frictionShow More Summary

Tiny x86 Systems With Graphics Cards

The Intel Edison is out, and that means there’s someone out there trying to get a postage-stamp sized x86 machine running all those classic mid-90s games that just won’t work with modern hardware. The Edison isn’t the only tiny single...Show More Summary

Video breaks down why special effects in movies peaked in the 90's

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Here’s an interesting video explainer that details why special effects and fancy CGI has ruined movies (or at least, made them less enjoyable). It all feels too fake! Story Brain breaks down how as technology for CGI improved and allowed movie makers to do more with visual effects, our brains interpret it negatively. Read more...

ZeroLemon SolarJuice 20000mAh Battery (50% Off)

Listen to Yesterday's Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/chris-pirillo/zero-to-hero-game-developer-bundle-95-off Today's Q&A Video: What Can OEMs Do to Make Default Software Better? https://www.patreon.com/posts/2828428 Limited EditionShow More Summary

New Apple video shows employees marching in the recent San Francisco Pride Parade

Apple employees showed their support of equality recently as thousands came to San Francisco on June 28 to march in the city's annual Pride Parade. Apple has now posted a video to its YouTube channel with some highlights. The video shows Apple team members driving, riding and even flying into San Francisco to participate in the parade. Show More Summary

BlueStacks Brings Android Apps to OS X

5 days agoTechnology : Walyou

Four years and 90-million Windows users since it has debuted, this Android emulator is finally making its way into Apple …

The Top 12 Least Essential Neil Young Albums

Liking Neil Young can be very rewarding. You can snag Harvest, Rust Never Sleeps, Freedom, maybe a few others for your collection, and sit back and enjoy. But loving Neil Young is an exhausting and frequently confounding endeavor. If you include live releases, the guy has more than 40 albums to his name. Show More Summary

This Isn't a Real Beach

A computer graphics artist who goes by the username Koola recently released a set of breathtaking scenery renders made using the popular video game development tool Unreal Engine 4. The set includes extremely photorealistic autumn and...Show More Summary

The Funniest Thing You’ll See Today: Kids Explain Gay Marriage

A week ago, the LGBT community scored a major win as the Supreme Court ruled that same-sex marriages are perfectly constitutional nationwide. Obviously, not everyone is happy about that, with one argument from opponents saying that same-sex marriage is hard to explain to children. Show More Summary

A sea turtle strapped with a GoPro just gave us a gorgeous underwater view of Australia's Great Barrier Reef

A bird's-eye view is so 2014. If you want to see what's happening under the sea, you need to consult with a turtle. Which is what the World Wildlife Fund did in their new video of the Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world's largest system of coral reefs. Show More Summary

“The Tourbillon” Will Spin You Inside a Series of Concentric Squares [Video]

There is absolutely no way I’m ever getting inside this thing. Nope. The ride also reminds me of the space travel thing/ship/device featured in Contact (1997.) [Airtimers | Via LS] The post “The Tourbillon” Will Spin You Inside a Series of Concentric Squares [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Who Would Insure a Driverless Car?

In 2020 Google plans to launch a self-driving car which has already driven nearly 1 million miles without causing an accident; it doesn’t get tired and irritable, swerve into lamp posts or require a driving test. The in-built chauffeur...Show More Summary

The violence in 'Arkham Knight' isn't very graphic, but it almost ruins Batman

"Batman: Arkham Knight" has a bit of a violence problem. That's not to say it's a terribly violent game — it's pretty much on par with the other "Arkham" games, where the most grisly thing you'll see is bloodless-yet-bone-crunching mixed martial arts. Show More Summary

Terrifying great white shark attacking a cage is like real life Jaws

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Oh. My. Holy. Bananas. This shark attack video from Hillary Rae shows an 11 and a half foot shark biting and gnawing and trying to rip open an underwater cage with such fury and abandon and ferocity that it looks like the killer beast might actually break through. You get an up close view of the razor sharp teeth and feel the enormity of the monster. Read more...

The Military Is Working on Making Humans as Disease-Resistant as Rats

Last year, there was a study suggesting that the average rat in New York City carries dozens of pathogens, many of them potentially lethal to humans and many of them completely new to science. Yet rats gleefully gallivant around NewShow More Summary

You can now watch Zane Lowe's Beats 1 interview with Eminem on YouTube

Zane Lowe interviewed Eminem on Beats 1 yesterday, but you already knew that if you followed the developments of Apple's new radio station prior to launch. The company revealed the DJ would have the music artist on the show, but fear not if you happened to miss the stream as you can now watch it on YouTube. Show More Summary

Portable Consciousness: The Science of SELF/LESS

I just saw an early screening of the sci-fi thriller SELF/LESS, and really enjoyed it. The film stars Ben Kingsley as a Billionaire real estate magnate diagnosed with a terminal illness, who in his dying days…

How the Internet is ruining your memory

5 days agoTechnology : Post Tech

When was the last time you memorized a phone number? No really, think about it. Besides your own number, how many can you even remember by heart now? It's probably fewer than you'd like -- and you're not alone. Out of more than 1,000 American's surveyed for a report from cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab released Wednesday, more […]

?How Space Crystals Are Helping Researchers Treat a Genetic Disorder

The positive power of “healing crystals” has been a staple of New Age pseudoscience for decades. But as it turns out, crystals might actually have some real world medical currency, according to a new NASA video entitled “Benefits for...Show More Summary

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