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Cool Youtube Video – Automatic License Recognition

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Check out this automatic license recognition system that can capture up to 600 license plates per hour. It isolates the license number on the license plate and also checks it against the local database. Well this isn’t good news for me since I still have to get my Motorcycle license. But it’s a good thing to know.

At least it will help if I do lose my car or motorcycle…hehe…

Plus, this thing can capture license plates at 100MPH! Well, you simply have to go faster now if you have a suspended license or yo

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Google Video – Nuclear Fusion Reactor Tour

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Here’s a cool video tour of the nuclear fusion reactor! Need we say more?

Scientific American magazine Senior Writer W. Wayt Gibbs takes viewers on a tour inside the DIII-D nuclear fusion reactor, the largest magnetic fusion facility in the U.S.

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MAKE @ Macworld & Apple store THIS WEEK!


Check out Macworld and Apple Store this week in San Francisco! We might be there to exchange some of our DIY projects for something at the Make Store if that works…hehe…anyways, we will make sure to take some photos if we do go! Cool, they got some stuff about rss and podcasting so we might have to go since we are thinking about Zedomax technology video podcasts, which are on the way… yipee!

Cool, the Macworld show is at

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Windhunter Maritime Hydrogen Generation System


Check out these cool energy generators with minimal impact on our planet earth!

Hydrogen can be produced by wind turbines and electrolysers on the proposed WINDHUNTER vessels. These ocean going ships will operate out of sight of land either anchored or free floating while facing into the wind and the oncoming waves. Millions of them can operate on the world’s oceans with minimal environmental impact.

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Pondering about Barcodes and the future

With all the barcodes existing on the market today, here’s a website that allows you to make a personalized barcode for yourself.

This may be far off but maybe you can tatoo your barcode and make a touchscreen barcode system to go with it. Well with RFID in a crazy takeoff with Wal-mart and all the greedy mass merchants out there in our world t

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“Bush hid the facts!” HACK on Windows XP Notepad app

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Here’s a cool bush hack on Windows XP Notepad. I tried it and it works. It must be some kind of political scheme or somethin’ Must have been a bug one of the programmers made on purpose or something… via

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CNET’s James Kim and family missing — have you seen them?



Help us find James Kim by watching the video on ipod and more! Every click will help the video get on top of YouTube.

We’ve received word that a respected member of our tech community, James Kim (whom many of you may know as CNET’s senior editor of digital audio), and his family have gone missing. As we understand it, last weekend James, his wife Kati (above right), and his very young girls Penelope (left) and Sabine (baby), drove from their home in the SF Bay Area to Seattle. They were expected back some time Sunday, bu

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What is Nanotechnology? Plus: EPA to Regulate Nanoproducts Sold As Germ-Killing

Getting back to some serious side of technology, we will randomly dive into nanotechnology.

What is nanotechnology?

Here’s a good Google video on nanotechnology explaining what it is:

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The Environmental Protection Agency has decided to regulate a large class of consumer items made with microscopic “nanoparticles” of silver, part of a new but increasingly widespread technology that may pose una

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T-ray Camera

A fully clothed man imaged by a QinetiQ millimetric wave camera. Note the concealed gun. T-ray cameras are said to be similar but more powerful.

Here’s a little explanation on what a T-Ray exactly is. T-Ray or Terahertz radiation are electromagnetic waves sent at terahertz frequencies which travel in line o

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Tow Motorcycle


Check out the tow motorcycle:

What you’re looking at here is a Honda Goldwing motorcycle with a special attachment you’re not going to find as an option at any dealership. The Towcycle (probably not its actual name) is capable of a very impressive transformation that would make any Autobot proud. A large mechanism on the back of the bike unfolds via a series of pistons and motors to reveal a trailer that can actually be used to tow cars.

Now keep in mind the Towcycle is probably no where near as versati

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