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We’re going to be holding a free, two-day RepRap Build-a-thon at HacDC, on Jan. 24 & 25th. HacDC, the Washington, DC-area technology and arts collective, is presenting a free, open to the public two-day event over the weekend of January 24th – 25th. Attendees will participate in the construction and... Read more »

FOUNTAIN, an art installation by Brad Toemel, is an 8 foot tall pyramid structure consisting of assorted beer cans covered by a river of gold paint poured from the top, flowing down and outwards. Also included in the structure are tea light candles that illuminate the paint and give the... Read more »

Each year over 100,000 people visit the Las Vegas area to celebrate consumer electronics at an event called “CES” – in addition to all of the announcements, press releases and the constant coverage on our favorite gadget sites there’s been a dark cloud creeping in, there seems to be a... Read more »

Dane sent in this hack of 120 size film as a substitute for older cameras that use the more expensive 620 film. It’s an interesting modification of the film canister that allows it to fit in the camera. I have a few cameras that use 620 film that I picked... Read more »

Image, article via Inhabitat A cooler Adirondack I have not seen: Design students Jeffrey Gerlach and Andrew Stanley have instituted an informal furniture catch-and-release program. With just a few steps, they have discovered a way to construct a clever and stylish Adirondack chair using Department of Public Works roadblocks that... Read more »

(Image via The Delhi Walla) Here’s an interesting take on the traditional pedicab / rickshaw: The Soleckshaw is still in the trial stages, but the solar powered rickshaw has already people talking and contemplating what the technology could do if these vehicles replace the human-powered kind. The Indian prototype by... Read more »

Crossword puzzle apartment building via BuzzFeed. People of Lvov city in Ukraine decided to add another attraction for the visitors of their city. According to the artistic project it was decided to place a giant 100 feet (30 meters) tall at the wall of the one of the multi-stored residential... Read more »

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