In 2008 Hans Andersson from Sweden bought a Lego windstorms kit for his two daughters Hanna and Emma, to encourage an interest in technology. It turned out that he was getting most interested. Hans works as a software developer. His hobby is building Leog robots/machines. Lego Mindstorms Digital Clock: LEGO Mindstorms Rubik’s Cube solver:
Geeky photoshop plates, illustrated by a French illustrator, Todd Borka.
Crazy robot that flies like a bird.
Inkling, a GREAT digital sketch pen from Wacom that captures your work while sketching. You can use any peace of paper up to A4 to capture your drawing. You can work with layers and it understands pen pressure. When finished you can export your sketches directly into photoshop or illustrator, as a bitmap file or(…)
I wished they build these for my size!
Angry Birds: now also as a board game!
Very fine bike!
The Pontiac Plexiglas Deluxe Six of 1939, aka the “Ghost Car”, built in New York in 1939-1940 and was presented at Futurama, as part of the thought that the GM cars in 1960, before the outbreak of the Second World War.
Leica cut away lenses, you can buy one here.
360º video for the iPhone, this is awesome, hope it soon will be possible to buy!
A nice restyle of the old E-type done by the Eagle company.
A very pretty new large sensor-compact. With a 35mm 2.0 lens, 12Mp APS-C CMOS sensor, Fuji EXR processor and a hybrid viewfinder.