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  • September 23, 2011
    Mad scientists at the University of California Berkeley are now able to create videos of what your brain "sees" after watching a video IRL using a bunch of complicated-ass computer models. Plus -- PLUS -- videos of Steve Martin with a mustache. Because what would science be w... / Continue →
  • July 26, 2010
    The Portrait Projecting Ring was designed by Luke Jerram for his wife Shelina. It's a ring that can project the image from an interchangeable slide in the band when a light is shined through. Wow Luke, thanks for making the rest of us look like a bunch of unromantic asshats. ... / Continue →
  • March 3, 2010
    The Porn Detection Stick may look like an ordinary USB drive with "Porn Detection Stick" printed on the side, but it's not! Wait, maybe it is. *reading* No, no it's not. Described as a "robust illicit image detection device designed to protect your family, business or organi... / Continue →
  • December 3, 2009
    Print Warcraft is a company owned by a Geekologie Reader's friend's father that allows you to print out poster-quality images of your Warcraft characters to hang on your bedroom wall and be proud of. Check out the gallery of what's possible HERE. You can customize them all yo... / Continue →
  • September 27, 2009
    I know for a fact the government can pull images from a person's brain because they've been probing around in my dome for years, messing with the delicate ecosystem up there. And one time when I was being interrogated I saw a picture of a dinosaur in an agent's file folder, SO... / Continue →
  • August 29, 2009
    The Bokeh filter is a $10 physical filter for your camera that turns out of focus light blurs in the background into shapes like hearts and stars and spirals (separate filter required for each). It works by magic. But not black magic, because you don't want to eff with that s... / Continue →
  • February 26, 2009
    Finally, I can sleep peacefully at night. Hicks, a mathematician at Drexel University, Philadelphia, used computer algorithms to generate the mirror's bizarre surface, which curves and bends in different directions. The curves direct rays from an object across the mirror's fac... / Continue →
  • December 12, 2008
    A team of Japanese researchers believe they're well on the way to developing a technology capable of displaying whatever is on a person's mind. Including pictures, dreams, and, God willing, sex with dinosaurs. While the team for now has managed to reproduce only simple images... / Continue →
  • July 15, 2008
    The gCubik is a little 10cm (~4 inch) cube designed by Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) that can display 3-D images via integrated imaging technology and its multiple sides. The NICT wants to significantly improve the display quali... / Continue →
  • December 26, 2007
    The Musion high definition projector system "uses unique HD video projection, producing three dimensional moving images within a stage setting." It looks like it involves some sort of strange glass pyramid. And magic. A lot of magic. And not the fake shit that ass-clown Cri... / Continue →