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Fusion Tables

February 29th, 2008

This is the Fusion Tables created by Aramith, long-time leading manufacturer in the billiard industry. The Fusion tables can be use as a dining table, working table, game table or a pool table. Yes, all in one, so after dinner, open up the table and play a game of pool with the after-dinner drinks. This is great table for those who wanted to save some space in your apartment. More pictures after the break. Read more…

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Custom Installed Home Bowling

February 29th, 2008

Do you want a bowling game at home? If yes, you can look for United Bowling, a Florida based company that installs home bowling. United Bowling will install 2 lane, full regulation length bowling alley in your home complete with genuine AMF and Brunswick equipment like pin stackers and ball returns. But before installing, please be sure that your house has minimal area of 88 feet long, 12 feet wide with a 10 foot ceiling. Not cheap though, it is going to cost you $88,000. Read more…

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LEGO PC Mod

February 29th, 2008

You can make a lot of things using LEGO and that includes a PC case. This LEGO PC case is powered by NVDIA Epia PD 1GHz processor and comes with NVIDIA 6200 PCI graphics card, 80GB hard drive, DVD drive, 1GB RAM, and 200 watt power supply. Looks like you will need a LEGO mouse and monitor next.

[via TechFresh]

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How it's Made – Bolts and Nuts

February 29th, 2008

Have you ever wondered how those bolts and nuts were made? They are made in a wide range of materials, with steel being perhaps the most common, in many varieties. For great resistance, stainless steel, titanium, brass or bronze may be used, or a coating such as brass, zinc or chromium applied. Check out more in “How it’s made” segment after the break. Read more…

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Resident Evil Zero for Wii

February 29th, 2008


Acccording to the Japanese gaming mag Famitsu, Capcom will be releasing the Resident Evil Zero for the Wii, known as the Biohazard 0 in Japan. The game will be slightly the same as the GameCube version but with little changes to suit to the Wiimote and there may be additional scenes incorporated. Capcom will be releasing the Resident Evil Zero in Japan, no words on releasing in Europe or North America.

[via New Launches]

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World's First Eyeball Tattoo

February 29th, 2008

Pauly Unstoppable from Canada has got the world’s first eye tattoo. The process involves forty insertions of a needle to turn a body-art fan’s eye blue. Pauly said that “The procedure was extensively researched and done by people who were aware of the risks and possible complications and that it should not be casually attempted.” Ouch! Stop here if you do not wish to see more pictures after the break. Read more…

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Rumor: Nokia N97?

February 29th, 2008

There are rumors saying that this is the Nokia N97. Not sure about that, but it can still be a Photoshop job. According to the rumor, the handset will comes with 3-inch display, 5.0-megapixel camera with 20x digital zoom, miniSD slot and 20GB of internal memory. Is that possible to have 20GB on a handset? Maybe. [Thanks Esben]

[via MobileWhack]

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Evolution of Dance

February 29th, 2008

The Judson Laipply’s Evolution of Dance is most-viewed YouTube video ever. Now we have Optimus Prime’s Evolution of Dance, a parody to the Judson Laipply. Videos after the break. Read more…

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Wiindow Curtain Control

February 29th, 2008

Wii.hasse.nl managed to build a curtain controller using the Wiimote. Yes, I’m talking about controlling the curtain using Wiimote. Video after the jump. Read more…

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Sony PlayStation 3 Bundles in Europe

February 29th, 2008

Sony will be releasing two 40GB PlayStation 3 bundles in Europe, the movie bundle and the game bundle. In the coming 19th March, Sony will released the ‘movie bundle’ which includes Spider-Man 3, 300 and Casino Royale on Blu-ray. While on the 29th March, there will be another bundle with Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. Both of them will be priced at €399. One more shot after the break. Read more…

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