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Mousetraps Set Off A Huge Ping-Pong Ball Chain Reaction E-mail
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If you were looking for something fun to do to pass the time then you could try and replicate this insane video put together by Pepsi in which they rig 1,650 mousetraps with ping-pong balls and then film them all going off.

The video was filmed by HarrimanSteel and shows how they setup the elaborate rig. Apparently the chain reaction in the video can be used in physics classrooms to demonstrate what happens inside a nuclear reactor which is pretty cool.

According to the creators there are 1,620 mousetraps and 1840 ping-pong balls, so it might be a bit difficult to replicate this at home. Maybe it’s best to just leave it to these guys.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2015 18:10
Jaguar Is Developing an Incredible 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen E-mail
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We really are living in the future, just yesterday we posted that Skype is developing a new software that enables real-time translation and now Jaguar and Land Rover have announced they are in development of something called the 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen which will mean that blind spots in cars are a thing of the past thanks to a heads-up display that highlights hazards and objects moving around you.

It will also project a ‘ghost car’ in front of you that will show you were to drive next. It really does look like something straight out of a video game and we cannot wait to see the real thing fully functioning and on sale as an option in a production car.
3D Printed Gyro Cube Sphere E-mail
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3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using additive processes. In an additive process an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the entire object is created. Each of these layers can be seen as a thinly sliced horizontal cross-section of the eventual object.
China's Alternative To Rail E-mail
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How's this for thinking outside the box? And, it's an idea that already has official Beijing approval. In fact, construction of an initial 186 kilometers of the Straddling Bus System has been completed. China has built some huge buses that will allow smaller cars to pass by under them in order to relief urban traffic.

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