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Use Your Spare Change to Make Your iPhone Stand Up With the Coin 4 Case

The Coin 4 iPhone lets you use your spare change as improvised device stand.

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Air Traffic Controller Takes Work Home, Builds Personal Flight Simulator

James Price builds a full-on flight simulator in his garage using the real cockpit and nosecone from a Boeing 737 aircraft.

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Laser Cut Seaweed for Extra-Fancy Sushi Rolls That Only a Robot Could've Made

Japanese designers etch artistic patterns into seaweed using a laser cutter to make the best looking sushi rolls ever.

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Play Around With Flash Photography in This Virtual Lighting Studio

Virtual Lighting Studio is a free, browser-based photography studio lighting simulator that lets you play with strobes, ring lights, and soft boxes.

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Epic Mario Project Re-Creates Super Mario Bros Level 1-1 With Lego

One Lego fanatic plans to recreate the entire first level of Super Mario Bros in Lego, one block-per-pixel.

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NASA Looks Into Satellites to Beam Solar Power Directly to Earth

Coud satellites one day beam solar energy back to Earth? It could be possible, thanks to a new research project.

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Google's Project Glass Made Real in a DIY Augmented Reality Project

One modder built a real, working DIY pair Augmented Reality Glasses inspired by Google’s Project Glass.

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Castlevania Re-created in Minecraft With Candles, Holy Water, Dracula, and All

Bored with World of Warcraft re-creations in Minecraft? Check out this re-make of the original Castlevania game for NES.

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SNES Wireless Controller Hack Means No More Tripping Over Cords

Check out this wireless mod for SNES, NES, N64, and Sega Saturn controllers.

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Philips ErgoSensor Monitor Nags at You for Slouching

Philips ErgoSensor Monitor will tell you when you are slouching and scolds you to sit up straight.

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This Kinect Project Uses Your Tongue as the Controller

Japanese researchers repurpose the Kinect interface for tongue controls.

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MIT's 'Smart Sand' Can Duplicate Any Object, Creep Out Any Blogger

MIT researchers are developing "Smart Sand," which uses tiny machine-computers that can duplicate any object like nanobot magic.

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Pretend to Be Captain Kirk With This Inflatable Chair

ThinkGeek's latest Star Trek Collectable is an inflatable captain's chair deom the Enterprise A.

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LG to Mass-Produce Its First Flexible E-Paper Display--For Real This Time

LG announces that it has started mass production of its first flexible e-paper display that should begin shipping to Europe next month.

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Sand Flea Robot Leaps Over One-Story Buildings in a Single Bound

Boston Dynamics’s latest robot project is a RC car that can jump 30 feet into the air.

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