The problem of homelessness amongst shopping carts has been a growing issue all across America. The Stray Shopping Cart Project, by Julian Montague, takes photos of lost carts all over the country.
They have a book of the same title now in stores.
Go check out the flicks.
Even realer ninjas do this.
This might just be the next ghostridin’.
The Parking Mix on YouTube
OK, I have to admit, I stole that headline from OhGizmo!, where I found this story, but I figured it was too good not to pass on to my ninjas over here.
This is a prototype from researchers at SINTEF. It is a snake-shaped self-propelled robot that can spray water. This will allow it to extinguish fires that human firefighters can’t get to safely. Or, I could just use it to water the lawn.
"The ingenious aspect with this idea is that the energy the energy system needs in order to move is already available inside the fire hose, which contains water pressurized to 100 bar. The advantage of serpentine locomotion instead of wheel- or leg-based propulsion is greater flexibility and traversability."
Official Site via OhGizmo!
This is a gorgeous clip from a CG Film by Ron Hui.
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Video via 3yen
It very well might be, but is it more gangster than the Yakuza Table from Reddish Studio? I think not! A simple and elegant wooden table "digitally tattooed" with yakuza-inspired designs.
Check it at Reddish
OK, so this has got to be one of the goofiest things I’ve seen in a while…
Behold: The Treadmill Bike!
Keep ya feet out da dirt, my ninjas!
Video of this beast in action…
I was generally of the impression that robots are implemented in situations where humans are inadequately equipped to handle certain tasks. Art did not seem to be one of these tasks - until now.
And don’t go talking about player pianos, because while they arguably may count, the technology used there is pretty damn simple.
We’re talking about self-playing violins - now that’s some crazy ish.
"Costing $17,500, and having taken the engineering prowess of a retired president of a military technology company, along with a former NASA administrator to design, the device simply eliminates the job of ‘violinist.’"
And yes, believe it, there’s a video.
Article at OhGizmoAA
But like my man Bob Dylan said, the times, they are a’ changin. So for you ninjas that want to brush shoulders and throw elbows with the upper crust, definitely book some reservations at these extremely jiggafied ski lodges.
More details in the original article.
via the cool hunter
This $600 car is strictly powered by human motion. A great idea, a goofy reality.
Check out the video on YouTube.