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15 inspirational quotes from Steve Jobs on the fourth anniversary of his death (AAPL)

Steve Jobs passed away four years ago today. The tech visionary, who created both Apple and reimagined Pixar, shaped much of the world we find ourselves in now, certainly as far as the technology we use. Jobs' genius came from a deep...Show More Summary

Latest 4K drone footage of Campus 2 shows huge glass panels on site as spaceship continues to grow

With the construction of Apple’s new Spaceship campus now showing rapid progress, new 4K drone footage (below) shows huge glass panels in the staging area close to the metal sections. The circular Campus 2 building is really taking shape now above ground level, even when compared to footage from just three weeks ago, and we get a […]

Introducing Awesome Stuff Week: product reviews you’ll love from creators you trust

We know how much time you spend surfing the web for the perfect look or the latest products whether that be Stephen Curry’s newest sneaker, fringe skirts for fall, or the newest hoverboard prototype.But people aren’t just limiting their research to websites; they’re also watching videos on YouTube. Show More Summary

Radial Solenoid Engine is Undeniably Cool

Radial engines are just plain cool – it’s inarguable that any tech that originated with early aviation is inherently awesome. But, what do you do when you want to build a radial engine in your dorm where a combustion engine would beShow More Summary

Hackaday Links: October 4, 2015

[Philip] got a tattoo of the Hackaday Skull ‘n Wrenches. His job is mostly office work in long sleeves, so everything’s good. The original logo was drawn in Flash by [Phil Torrone] of Adafruit, and reworked into a slightly more modern file format by [Elliot]. Show More Summary

A man proposed to his girlfriend using virtual reality

In the spring, we watched a man use Google Cardboard to help pop the question. Then, earlier this week, we heard about the guy who created a video game to ask his girlfriend to marry him. Now presenting: The first known virtual reality...Show More Summary

Apple Cider Press is Just In Time for Fall

Do you like hacking? Do you like apple cider? Do you like ceiling fans? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, then boy do we have the project for you! [Lou Wozniak] has an awesome tutorial for building an apple cider press...Show More Summary

Medieval Monsters: Dueling Dragonflies, Acid-Firing Ants and Jousting Stag Beetles [Video]

From Oliver Mueller: The New Forest of England is an ancient world full of medieval monsters – dueling dragonflies, acid-firing ants and jousting stag beetles. Macro, slow-motion and time-lapse techniques were combined with custom-built equipment to reveal these astonishing lives. Show More Summary

Creating Video Trails In OpenCV

The video trail effect is nothing new: it was first used in music videos like “Blame it on the boogie” from the Jackson 5 in 1978. Now,  [Antonio Ospite] has put together a nice article that shows the basics of using OpenCV to create this effect in live video. Show More Summary

DIY Lego Slit-Scan 2001 Stargate

[Filmmaker IQ] has a bunch of great tutorials on the technical aspects of making movies, but this episode on copying the stargate Stanley Kubrick’s famous 2001: A Space Odyssey using Legos is a hacker’s delight. The stargate in 2001Show More Summary

Bessem Hmidi on AngularBeans at JavaOne 2015

For the Java EE track at JavaOne 2015 we are highlighting some key sessions and speakers to better inform you of what you can expect, right up until the start of the conference. To this end we recently interviewed Bessem Hmidi. Bessem...Show More Summary

ICYMI: Grippy robot hands, smarten up your dumb car and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: MIT developed robotic hands of pliable silicon that are also studded with pressure sensors so it knows how tightly to hold something. A small dashboard camera and advanced computer vision software are being tested in the San Francisco Bay Area to record potential roadway hazards and track the drivers eyes. Show More Summary

Apple made the iPhone 6s nearly waterproof and didn't tell anyone

Leave it up to Apple to downplay a surprisingly useful engineering feat: A water-resistant iPhone. It turns out the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus sport a combination of new technology that makes them far resistant to liquid damage than past iPhones, iFixit reports. Show More Summary

What Happened at Oculus Connect and Why You Should Care

Oculus Connect 2 was the best thing to happen to virtual reality (VR) since Palmer Luckey put the Oculus DK1 on Kickstarter. I wanted to share with you the highlights of the event so you too, can feel like you were there: 1) $99 Samsung...Show More Summary

“Inferno” Combines Fire Breathing and Bullet Time Epicness [Video]

Wow, that was hot! (See what I did there?) :) 48 DSLR camera array + RED Epic (120fps) and GH4 (96fps). No CGI Animation or VFX. All imagery in this video was created in-camera. [Mitch Martinez] The post “Inferno” Combines Fire Breathing and Bullet Time Epicness [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Apple just bought a startup that could make Siri more like a real person (AAPL)

Apple just acquired VocalIQ — a startup based in the United Kingdom that makes artificial intelligence software for processing natural language, The Financial Times reports. Little else is known about the deal, such as how much Apple paid for the company. Show More Summary

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