Talk about having too much time on your hands. This thing circulates 100,000 toy cars every hour through a vast network of 18 tracks. The creator Chris Burden calls it an artwork, although I think he might be putting a bit too much meaning into his toycar track, it’s pretty cool.
To get an idea of just how big it is, look at the picture, there’s a person standing in the middle of it.
You can see it on exhibition at the Los Angeles Museum of Art, or in the video below.
And so Destination Star Trek 2014 kicks off. I haven’t been to the actual convention yet, but the initiation party was awesome. So many people with the same view of the world, It’s really great! Gonna be really exiting to see the exhibitors and maybe meet some of the Star Trek cast tomorrow. Don’t forget Mars One is here, so stay tuned!
This iPhone case lets you send smoke signals, now why you would want to do that, I have no idea. But It’s certainly a unique idea.. It’s called the SMS case which stands for “smoke messaging service.” It’s a case designed by Dennis de Bel which hides a chamber filled with lamp oil inside.
When you press the button on the case it heats the lamp oil up to produce clouds of smoke. Of course, in order to respond via smoke as well, others will also have to have an SMS case. But to be honest, I have a hard time believing anyone would actually use a device like this.