Category Archives: Graphics

Any technology related to computer graphics such as Flash, animations, etc…etc…

DIY HACK – HOWTO make cool Green Laser Digital Photos

Okay, here’s how to take some cool digital photos with your Green Laser. (if you don’t have one, get one from

1. Get your digital camera to be in some kind of “slow mode”…. I have a Canon SD750 which has a fireworks mode that will slow down the camera…

Here’s some scribbles to start out…

I was trying to write Zedomax but wrote ZE…

More ZE….

Big Z!

Smiley Face!

More squigleysR

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Green Laser Drawing

Here’s something you can do with your Green Laser and a camera. I will have to try this and post one soon…

via flickr

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UFO Mobile Transformer


Kinda cool random video…great 3D work.

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DIY HACK – Sparkfun playing around with Touch Tetris

I need one of these touch Tetris where you can actually move your whole arm to guide your boxes. (If I can only do this in the warehouse where everything fits, we’d save a lot of space…) (thinking of our warehouse pictures, i forgot to updated with ALL our Mattress-in-a-box(es)…visit our mattress store within 26 hours and you can save 20% OFF our retail prices…) (By the way, the only tightest

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DIY HACK – Recycled Bridges and Walls

While we are on the subject of making some BIG projects using virtually recycle-able stuff, here’s a recycled bridge and wall you can build.

Yet this is exactly what architect Shigeru Ban has done, over the Gardon River in the South of France. This is an ingenious idea to show that you do not need concrete, steel and glass to build a structure.

Cardboard Bridge via keetsa

Ideal for partitions or for just blocking off

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Amazing Talent


Wow, this guy IS amazing…

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DIY HACK – How to make an LED Hoola Hoop!

Wow, this is an awesome instructables on how to make an LED Hoola Hoop!

Some friends wanted a lighted hula hoop for burningman, and when they turned out to be about $200 each, I decided to make one. All the parts cost about $15 . . . total time to make the hoop was about 3 hours, but that included time for figuring things out. You could probably make one in less than 2 hours with this instructable and soldering skills . . .


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Cool Nintendo GameCube Zelda Mod on eBay!

I finally got my HP DV9000-CTO notebook back from HP.  Somehow, my motherboard burned out but they replaced it so that’s good.

Michael Page submitted his cool GameCube Zelda mod on ebay. Check it out and bid on it if you want it before someone else takes it!

I just finished making my Gold Zelda GameCube. I am selling it on eBay and giving a portion to the ‘child’s play

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Looking back at Computer Animation on Apple IIe


Here’s a really loud but awesome animation using an old Apple! 🙂

Read all about the Apple’s features before you go get an iMac (Now, you can appreciate it…more… 🙂 ) :

Only Apple II makes it that easy. It’s a complete, ready to use computer—not a kit. At $1298, it includes features you won’t find on other personal computers costing twice as much. Features such as video graphics in 15 colors. And a built-in memory capacity of 8K bytes ROM and 4K bytes RAM —with room for lots more. But you do

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Lumi Forta – Light Orb with 512 different colors!

Check out the upcoming Lumi Forta from Korea. If you don’t want to wait for it to get to the market, you can always make yourself one.

MK Electronics( displayed its LED lighting ‘Lumi-Forta’ in Korea market during LED EXPO&FPD KOREA 2007, which can present more 512 colors via remote controller.

Related pos

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