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July 30th, 9:35pm 12 notes
July 30th, 9:36am 149,596 notes
joshpeck:

thesylverlining:

what happened in roughly 1870 though
why was there temporary internet
with a few people searching for pokemon?

joshpeck:

thesylverlining:

what happened in roughly 1870 though

why was there temporary internet

with a few people searching for pokemon?

image

(Source: neilcicierega, via killscreen)

July 30th, 9:35am 1,246 notes
ucresearch:

Making Huge Strides for Mobility
This exoskeleton, developed by UC Berkeley professor Homayoon Kazerooni and his team, helps people suffering from spinal cord injuries to walk again.
“Many paraplegics are not in a situation to afford a $100,000 device, and insurance companies don’t pay for these devices,” Kazerooni said. “Our job as engineers is to make something people can use.”
To make his exoskeleton affordable, he used the simplest possible technology: a computer and batteries in a backpack, actuators at the hips, and a pair of crutches with buttons that activate an exoskeleton that fits around the legs. The crutches provide stability, an important consideration for paraplegics navigating streets and sidewalks.
“The key is independence for these people,” he said. “I want them to get up in the morning and go to work, go to the bathroom, stand at a bar and have a beer.”
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ucresearch:

Making Huge Strides for Mobility


This exoskeleton, developed by UC Berkeley professor Homayoon Kazerooni and his team, helps people suffering from spinal cord injuries to walk again.

“Many paraplegics are not in a situation to afford a $100,000 device, and insurance companies don’t pay for these devices,” Kazerooni said. “Our job as engineers is to make something people can use.”

To make his exoskeleton affordable, he used the simplest possible technology: a computer and batteries in a backpack, actuators at the hips, and a pair of crutches with buttons that activate an exoskeleton that fits around the legs. The crutches provide stability, an important consideration for paraplegics navigating streets and sidewalks.

“The key is independence for these people,” he said. “I want them to get up in the morning and go to work, go to the bathroom, stand at a bar and have a beer.”

Read more

(via neural-entropy)

July 29th, 6:28pm 602 notes
nycresistor:

That’s my photo of an HP2100, with an interesting update.

nycresistor:

That’s my photo of an HP2100, with an interesting update.

(Source: 30000fps, via floppy-diskette)

July 29th, 8:32am 188 notes
kickstarter:

Backed by 490 people, the Transparent Speaker is now playing music all over the world. 

kickstarter:

Backed by 490 people, the Transparent Speaker is now playing music all over the world. 

July 29th, 6:44am 93 notes
echophon:

String Thing

echophon:

String Thing

July 27th, 3:29pm 4 notes
thecameralover:

Best camera ever.

thecameralover:

Best camera ever.

July 26th, 4:43pm 1 note
July 26th, 7:15am 36 notes

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July 26th, 7:15am 54 notes

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July 26th, 7:07am 196 notes
July 25th, 3:40pm 2 notes
echographapp:

Slippin’ and slidin’ our way through summer. Echograph created by dtuls. 

echographapp:

Slippin’ and slidin’ our way through summer. Echograph created by dtuls

July 25th, 2:56pm 2 notes
July 25th, 2:49pm
July 25th, 2:34pm 320 notes

vimeo:

Can you name all of the architects master works before watching this video?