This brilliant (but obviously insane) Japanese chef created the Water Fryer, which is a fish bowl at the bottom of his deep fryer. Because the oil and water don't mix, as long as the fish stay low they're okay. Plus the crumbs from the deep fryer drop to the bottom which the fish eat as food. The fish allegedly live for up to 10 years as long they stay away from the oil. Or 2 seconds, if they come within reach of my mouth.
Two graduate students at MIT's School of Architecture and Planning are developing what they call the "Crowd Farm", which is a smart floor that would harness the energy of people walking over it and turn it into electricity.
A responsive sub-flooring system made up of blocks t... / Continue →
Mugen (meaning "infinity" in Japanese) is a watch developed by Futara Studio that uses a series of spiraling blocks to tell the time. The outer segment has 60 segments for minutes and the inner segment is blocked off for hours. It looks cool, but I really don't understand why p... / Continue →
Holy mother of crap. At first I thought it was CG. And then I thought it was magic. And now I'm 100% convinced it's sorcery. Burn them at the stake!
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