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The geekiest music video clip
posted May 10 2011 19:55.36 by Giorgos Lazaridis

And the award for the geekiest music video clip ever, goes to the group OK Go for their song "This Too Shall Pass" from the new album "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky". The video clip...

[Link: OK Go]
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Tags: music   games and fun   crazy photo/video   crazy designs   extreme   geek   

Writing notes became an art - painting on 5 lines
posted May 2 2011 19:33.04 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I can't understand how can some people -like this guy over here- have such a direct and tight connection between their imagination and their hand. In the following video, you will...

[Link: mgitano]
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Tags: music   artistic   crazy photo/video   people with talent   

An artist, an instrument, a map... Stadsmuziek!
posted April 27 2011 19:15.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I remember, when i was a kid, this lanterna toy. It had a drum with some small pins attached to its surface. The drum was very close to some metals with different length, each one...

[Link: phlilius]
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Tags: music   mechanical   artistic   crazy designs   

These are the hands that built America - Awesome video
posted April 10 2011 19:17.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis

If you think of America, the first thing that comes into your mind are all those skyscrapers and the huge buildings seen from afar. Back in 1930, there were no sophisticated cranes...

[Link: Arushitaotao]
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Tags: history   crazy story   crazy photo/video   music   commercial   

This velocity sensitive isomorphic keyboard is a brilliant design
posted April 7 2011 20:20.30 by Giorgos Lazaridis

The design of these velocity sensitive buttons amazed me! It is such a brilliant idea! This isomorphic keyboard has a total of 192 velocity sensitive keys. There are two PCBs, one...

[Via: walyou]    [Link: soundbuilders]
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Tags: crazy hack   electronic project   computer peripheral hacks   music   pc related   audio   

Cool Japanese cellphone ad
posted April 4 2011 21:03.13 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is an inspired commercial for a Sharp cellphone, done by Drill Inc, a Japanese agency. It features a wooden ball rolling down a homemade marimba in the midst of Kyushu, Japanís...

[Link: sakura4250]
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Tags: music   commercial   artistic   crazy photo/video   

A noise making machine from Yamaha? For what???
posted March 10 2011 20:55.13 by Giorgos Lazaridis

That is exactly what i asked myself when i first saw this gadget from Japan. It can make 8 different sounds like forest sounds, a babbling river, waves, urban crowds, music and...

[Via: technabob]    [Link: yamaha]
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Tags: music   privacy   commercial   cool gadget   

This is how Pi (you know, 3.141592653589...) sounds like!
posted March 9 2011 22:06.52 by Giorgos Lazaridis

From the scientific point of view, this video is rubbish. But from the artistic point of view, i must admit that it has some interest. Youtube user michaeljohnblake corresponded...

[Link: michaeljohnblake]
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Tags: geometry/mathematics   games and fun   artistic   music   

Amplitude Modulation tutorial + bonus circuit
posted March 8 2011 21:50.48 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I'm not sure where i found this video, nor do i remember since when it is hidden in my bookmarks, but it is simply brilliant! In this video, youtube user afrotechmods explains how...

[Link: afrotechmods]
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