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Nanocade Turns Your Spare Netbook into Arcade Cabinet

Nanocade Turns Your Spare Netbook into Arcade Cabinet | All Geeks | Scoop.it
I made the unfortunate mistake of buying my first (and only) netbook PC about 2 months before the iPad came out. Once I got my iPad, the little ASUS netbook started gathering plenty of dust, and I've been wondering what I'm going to do with it. I think I finally have my answer [...]
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Haunted House in LEGO

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Haunted House in Rotting LEGO |► 4 Images. Mike Doyle's latest LEGO house (perhaps even more hauntingly beautiful than the last) is a Victorian mansion that transcends the material so effectively, the plastic reads like real rotting bricks and mortar. I love the house-devouring trees, created with LEGO hinge cylinders to mimic the texture of tree bark, and ridged 3 mm hose, droid arms and other technic connectors for the creepy, spindly branches. Constructed brick by brick with 50k-60k LEGO parts over a period of approximately 450 hours. Amazing [...]
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Silver Satin PS3 Rolls into Japan on March 10th

Silver Satin PS3 Rolls into Japan on March 10th | All Geeks | Scoop.it
It's not white, titanium blue, or even the traditional black -- this PS3 is silver satin and headed to Japan on March 10th [...]
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Luigi Mech: Who’s the Big Brother Now Mario?

Luigi Mech: Who’s the Big Brother Now Mario? | All Geeks | Scoop.it
KodyKoala's been on a roll lately. It seems like he's churning out a custom figure every week, from anatomy statues to robot dinosaurs to zombie dinosaurs [...]
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Bullet Counter Makes Jump From Games to Real Life (video)

Bullet Counter Makes Jump From Games to Real Life (video) | All Geeks | Scoop.it
The bullet counter that every first person shooter (FPS) player takes for granted has now made the jump from video game to real life...
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Robot ("Endhiran")

What happens when a bunch of Bollywood filmmakers unleash their imagination with the aid of Maya and After Effects (plus lots and lots of paisas)? The sci-fi flick Enthiran (Robot), the most expensive Indian film ever produced..... YOU SHOULD WATCH !
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Light Up Your Life With How-To Book of Lego Guns

Light Up Your Life With How-To Book of Lego Guns | All Geeks | Scoop.it
Ever heard of Xubor? Nope, Xubor isn't an alien. Xubor is a guy from Germany who spends hours and hours constructing Lego guns.
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NewerTech adapter turns eSATA into USB 3.0, makes legacy external HDDs feel young again

NewerTech adapter turns eSATA into USB 3.0, makes legacy external HDDs feel young again | All Geeks | Scoop.it
There's a powder-blue USB 3.0 port on the side of your shiny new computer, whispering your name, but you simply can't afford to replace your ...
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"Hello? Hello? Is That the '80s Calling Me On My iPhone?"

"Hello? Hello? Is That the '80s Calling Me On My iPhone?" | All Geeks | Scoop.it
I haven't seen the Wall Street sequel, but I imagine Gordon Gekko's was using one of Thumbs Up's '80s Phones, right? Amirite? If you're at all ashamed about carrying an iPhone, definitely check out this £13/$20 case. ['80s Phone]
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Evangelion Wet Suits for Serious Anime Fans With No Body Image Issues

Evangelion Wet Suits for Serious Anime Fans With No Body Image Issues | All Geeks | Scoop.it
The Evangelion series spawned numerous anime, manga and video game franchises over the years, but I can honestly say this is the first time that it's inspired a line of wet suits.
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2010 Toy Awards

2010 Toy Awards | All Geeks | Scoop.it
Ahh...the blind box. Love them or hate them, there are plenty of blind box series out there. Most companies have their very own platform toy. Artists work their magic on the platform. The designs are often given various ratios and sometimes secret chase figures are included. But the main draw of the blind box...is that [...]
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Sony's DSC-HX100V and HX9V superzooms get official, headed to shelves this April

Sony's DSC-HX100V and HX9V superzooms get official, headed to shelves this April | All Geeks | Scoop.it
After being leaked just a few days ago, Sony's high-end 16.2-megapixel HX100V and HX9V cameras are now official. According to the press release, the DSC-HX100V is the first of the Cyber-shot line to include a 27mm Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonar T lens with 30x optical zoom, while its smaller compact brother, the DSC-HX9V, is also the first to sport a 24mm Sony G lens with a 16x optical zoom. That's certainly great news for lurkers or folks who like shooting from a far, especially when considering both cameras are capable of recording 1920 x 1080 60p HD video. Their new "Exmor R" back-illuminated CMOS sensor also is the first to support a so-called Intelligent Sweep Panorama HR mode, which lets users capture up to 42.9 megapixel scenes with a whopping 10480 x 4096 resolution.
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Google Art Project offers gigapixel images of art classics, 'indoor' Street View of museums

Google Art Project offers gigapixel images of art classics, 'indoor' Street View of museums | All Geeks | Scoop.it
Google's been hard at work over the past 18 months on something not many of us have been paying attention to lately: art. Specifically, the search giant has hooked up with 17 art museums around the world to offer tours of their internal galleries, using its familiar Street View tricycles, while also doing high-res images of 1,061 artworks that may be viewed on the newly launched Art Project web portal. Also there, you will find 17 special gigapixel images -- 7,000-megapixel versions of each participating venue's proudest possession. The resulting level of detail is nothing short of astounding and we've got videos of how it's all done after the break. [...]
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Francis Ford Coppola: Maybe the Downloaders Are Right

Francis Ford Coppola: Maybe the Downloaders Are Right | All Geeks | Scoop.it
In a new interview, acclaimed director Francis Ford Coppola takes a radical stance on issues of downloading, copyright, and art:

"We have to be very clever about those things. You have to remember that it's only a few hundred years, if that much, that artists are working with money. Artists never got money. Artists had a patron, either the leader of the state or the duke of Weimar or somewhere, or the church, the pope. Or they had another job. I have another job. I make films. No one tells me what to do. But I make the money in the wine industry. You work another job and get up at five in the morning and write your script.
This idea of Metallica or some rock n' roll singer being rich, that's not necessarily going to happen anymore. Because, as we enter into a new age, maybe art will be free. Maybe the students are right. They should be able to download music and movies. I'm going to be shot for saying this. But who said art has to cost money? And therefore, who says artists have to make money?
In the old days, 200 years ago, if you were a composer, the only way you could make money was to travel with the orchestra and be the conductor, because then you'd be paid as a musician. There was no recording. There were no record royalties. So I would say, "Try to disconnect the idea of cinema with the idea of making a living and money." Because there are ways around it."
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The 5 Best Toys of All Time

The 5 Best Toys of All Time | All Geeks | Scoop.it
Here at GeekDad we review a lot of products—books, toys, gadgets, software—and I know it's impossible for most parents to actually afford all of the [...]
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Perform the Kama Sutra with Your Laptop

Perform the Kama Sutra with Your Laptop | All Geeks | Scoop.it
To be honest, I've been thinking of spicing up my relationship with my laptop for a while. I was thinking more RAM or a SSD would do the trick but maybe I'll learn some of these Kama Sutra positions instead.
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This Gigantic Revolver Shoots Shotgun Shells

This Gigantic Revolver Shoots Shotgun Shells | All Geeks | Scoop.it
"The Raging Judge", as this gun is called, is insane. Though it has the look of a comically oversized revolver, it's actually capable of shooting 28 gauge shotgun shells. Which make this gun really freaking huge and scary and ridiculous.
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Unappetizing Valentine's Day Bleeding Heart Cake

Unappetizing Valentine's Day Bleeding Heart Cake | All Geeks | Scoop.it
(Un)appetizing Valentine's Day Bleeding Heart Cake |► 2 Images and a Video. Baking extraordinaire Lily Vanilli is selling (just-slightly-too-realistic-to-look-yummy) Bleeding Heart Cakes for people to give to their respective beaus this upcoming Valentine's Day. Priced at £7 each, 20% of all proceeds will be donated to Trekstock, a charity for young people with cancer. Unfortunately Lily does not ship to the U.S., but perhaps the especially crafty bakers reading can figure out how to DIY it. Featured in a music video for Irish band Ash...
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A Stormtrooper Falls

A Stormtrooper Falls | All Geeks | Scoop.it
I don't know what hellish battlefield took their comrade, nor do I know if it falls into official Star Wars canon. I don't care. Stormtroopers still ache just like any of us!
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17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube: *Head Asplodes*

17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube: *Head Asplodes* | All Geeks | Scoop.it
Ok, I thought those 5x5, 6x6 and 7x7 Rubik's Cubes looked difficult, but this (unofficial) World Record 17x17x17 version has truly made my head spin. Using 3D printing technology, puzzle-maker Oskar van Deventer managed to create ...
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