Archive for the ‘Tech’ Category

Want to be prepared to store computer files at the drop of a necklace? Feast your eyes on these hidden gems. The Jewel Necklace USB Flash Drive comes with 2GB of storage and comes in a variety of colors including red, purple, green and black. These are available at Gadget4all.

Extraordinary robots inspired by animals and nature…. Built to look like a real fish, this robotic replica swims effortlessly in its London Aquarium tank thanks to sensor-based controls used to navigate through water to avoid obstacles. The hope of its designers is that the robo-fish could be used to explore seabeds or detect oil leaks [...]

UNDERWATER MUSEUM IN CANCUN, MEXICO People snorkeling in Cancun will get a little treat by way of the “Subaquatic Museum” by British artist Jason de Caires Taylor. About 400 life-size casts will be submerged off the resort of Cancun by the end of 2010. It is hoped that the low-acidity cement figures, designed to be [...]

Welcome to another edition of ‘Click That Link’, where we peruse the internet for cool links, so you don’t have to. (If you want to submit a link find out how at the end of this post.) ART & ADVERTISING TheArtsMap- Finding all things art related near you. From art school to galleries to artists.

3D Printing is not a new idea…the basic concept of 3D printing first patent was filed by one Wyn Kelly Swainson in 1971. His idea involved inserting a tray into a vat of liquid plastic and directing a laser into it. The laser would fuse a solid line of plastic onto the tray and, in [...]

No…not those. Well maybe. ‘Four Letter Words’ (from Rob Seward) consists of four units, each capable of displaying all 26 letters of the alphabet with an arrangement of fluorescent lights. The piece displays an algorithmically generated word sequence, derived from a word association database developed by the University of South Florida between 1976 and 1998. The [...]

Three illustrations for an article in RAM magazine* about the future of publishing and media in the new era of iPad, iPhone and the other new smart devices, by Charis Tsevis, with details. Gives new meaning to the word ‘plugged in”. A young woman reading the New York Times on her iPad and iPhone.


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