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Physics || I suddenly realize my love affair with physics has informed my entire relationship philosophy foundation.

Physics || I suddenly realize my love affair with physics has informed my entire relationship philosophy foundation.

Wondering how much that next tattoo will hurt? A tattoo enthusiast website has developed a pain-o-meter and pain chart to help the soon-to-be-tattooed gauge how much pain they are in for. As expected, tattoos on the head and face won't feel very good.

Wondering how much that next tattoo will hurt? A tattoo enthusiast website has developed a pain-o-meter and pain chart to help the soon-to-be-tattooed gauge how much pain they are in for. As expected, tattoos on the head and face won't feel very good.

The Samsung Flexible Roll applies future #flex tech to create the most portable tablet laptop. Simply amazing//ceciliacarroharvey.org

The Samsung Flexible Roll applies future #flex tech to create the most portable tablet laptop. Simply amazing//ceciliacarroharvey.org

From FrogDesign, a concept mask for not only emulating the sound and sight of an experience, but also smell and air quality to give a more in depth experience. many things like this are in development with one or two actually available now.

From FrogDesign, a concept mask for not only emulating the sound and sight of an experience, but also smell and air quality to give a more in depth experience. many things like this are in development with one or two actually available now.

Google engineer Max Braun wanted his ordinary bathroom mirror to look more like the futuristic fixtures you’d see in the movies—the kind that transmit information directly onto the mirror. Though these smart products are not yet on the market, the parts for them are fairly easy to obtain. With this in mind, Braun decided to build his own mirror of the future. The impressive DIY project required both hi-tech and analog materials: a two-way mirror, display panel, controller board, components…

Google engineer Max Braun wanted his ordinary bathroom mirror to look more like the futuristic fixtures you’d see in the movies—the kind that transmit information directly onto the mirror. Though these smart products are not yet on the market, the parts for them are fairly easy to obtain. With this in mind, Braun decided to build his own mirror of the future. The impressive DIY project required both hi-tech and analog materials: a two-way mirror, display panel, controller board, components…

Table and a computer concept [ CaptainMarketing.com ] #technology #online #marketing | Repinned by @keilonegordon

Table and a computer concept [ CaptainMarketing.com ] #technology #online #marketing | Repinned by @keilonegordon