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Not a label you’d frequently see on clothing, right? The sweater in this picture is an exception: Image, story via Ecofriend Geurrero Mantis has got the insight that recycling those filthy cigarette butts could make them wearable. These hats, gloves and jackets are fabricated with 10% of recycled cigarette filters... Read more »

The Pharos Lens: one “green nutrition label” project Companies at CES may be starting to equate being green with making green: Consumers will soon look for more information on how a product was manufactured, what the packaging consists of, and what materials are used inside, according to research published as... Read more »

Use a cellphone camera for espionage that captures long-distance secret activities! Thanks go to Eric Rosenthal for the original article in Make: Volume 16 To download The Portable Spy Scope MP4 click here or subscribe in iTunes. Check out the complete Portable Spy Scope article in MAKE: Volume 16 “Portable... Read more »

Kyle points out this one that’s been making the rounds – prolific videoblogger jetdaisuke demonstrates what happens when mobile music devices join forces. In attendance at this event, we find the following devices(and their relevant applications) – Nintendo DS Lite(Electroplankton), Nintendo DSi(KORG DS-10), iPod touch(Mokugyo 木魚), iPhone(Bloom) and a Korg... Read more »

Use a cellphone camera for espionage that captures long-distance secret activities! Thanks go to Eric Rosenthal for the original article in Make: Volume 16 View the PDF Read more »

Interesting question, from over 50 years ago… Why don’t we have… SUN POWER Mechanix Illustrated, 1953- Old Sol has more energy than all the atom bombs in the world lumped together. And it’s free … if we can find a way to harness it. EVER since James Watt built the... Read more »

From the MAKE: Flickr pool Honorary professor of electronic awesomeness Mr. Eric “ALH84001″ Archer demonstrates the results of his experimentation within the world of analog physics modelling – I designed the circuit as an excercise in understanding analog computer techniques. I found that almost all textbook descriptions of analog integrators... Read more »

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