Bradley Culbertson

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The US is Finally Heeding Warnings About a Monster Solar Storm

We’re all too familiar with the dangers posed by earthquakes, droughts, and hurricanes. But there’s another natural phenomena that represents a …

MIT Develops Self-Assembling Cubes

With iBeacon, Apple is going to dump on NFC and embrace the internet of things

At WWDC in June, Apple (s aapl) quietly announced iBeacon, one of the more prominent features of iOS 7. Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice …

A Photographer’s Take On The iPhone 5S Camera

The iPhone 5S announcement this week was punctuated with a lot of specs and buzzwords. Much of it centered around the new Touch ID fingerprint scanner and the 64-bit processor. But the most intriguing to me was the camera advancements.<p>Apple has been putting a major focus on the camera in the iPhone …

Foc.us headset hits the FCC, ready to shock gamers' noggins into shape

It may not have FDA approval, but the noggin-shocking Foc.us headset recently passed through the FCC for certification. The unit utilizes transcranial direct-current simulation on the prefrontal cortex of the brain (forehead), which is claimed to improve short-term memory and cognitive function. …

From beginner to selling my app in the app store in 2 months

I’ve read many posts in the past asking how to get started learning to code, or asking what people should do next after they’ve finished Code Academy. I wanted to give my story thus far to help others get started, because I’m currently on a “progress high” from how exciting it is to make an app.<p><b>“No</b> …

Meet Agent, A Smartwatch With A Second Processor For Minimizing Power Consumption And Wireless Charging

This embed is invalid<p>Smartwatches are all the rage, and judging by the turnout and level of enthusiasm at the recent year one meetup for Pebble Kickstarter backers in San Francisco, there’s at least a passionate niche audience for the things. So it isn’t surprising to see them continue to pop up on …

Leap Motion's quest to bring gesture control to the PC

Contributors:<p>Share Tweet<p><b>Share</b> Leap Motion's quest to bring gesture control to the PC<p>share tweet Linkedin Reddit Pocket Flipboard Email<p>Leap Motion debuted in June 2012 with an impressively polished demo, but after its attention-getting debut, the company's path to market has been a bit rockier. It's …

Foc.us gaming tDCS headset uses electrical pulses to overclock your brain

There’s a category of technology that is still more or less in the fringe – the kind designed to improve one’s own physiology, exceeding typical …

Overclocking

Square announces Square Stand with integrated card reader and more

Square has just announced the Square Stand and made it available for pre-order which will begin shipping in July. The Square Stand now gives Square …

Want to see some of the new features coming to Photoshop CC and the rest of the Creative Cloud? Here are the videos!

Earlier today Adobe announced that they were axing their old Creative Suite apps and going all-in on Creative Cloud. As part of that initiative, …

Adobe announces first hardware, the Project Mighty smart stylus and Napoleon ruler

Adobe has just announced its first hardware initiative, a pressure sensitive stylus and an electronic ruler that will tightly integrate with its software applications. The company's Project Mighty stylus and Napoleon ruler have been showcased connecting to an iPad and iPhone over Bluetooth. The pen …

Stylish Dark Kitchen Design With Industrial Touches

What can be better than a modern stylish kitchen with a slight industrial touch? Have a look at Vessels Cocinas by TC-Interiors, it’s amazing! The …

Interior Design

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Figurative Sculptures Made From Tightly Welded Chains. Korean artist Yeong-Deok Seo creates imposing figurative sculptures using tightly knit configurations of welded bicycle chains and industrial steel chains. While impressive in their intricacy and the apparent skill required to create them, the artwork’s titles such as Infection – Anguish,Infection – Ego, and Addict, suggest the rippled surface created by the materials is not an arbitrary decision. These are figures of individuals in dispair, pockmarked with disease, the chains acting as a metaphor for the human condition. (o) http://youngdeok.com/ http://www.facebook.com/artistyoungdeok

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The street art of JANA & JS (o)

Twin One by DesignWright for Lékué (r) By fitting the pieces of cutlery together, they become an easy-to-use set of chopsticks, that bring together the Oriental and Occidental traditions in a funny way.

BeerSci: Want To Wet-Hop Your Beer? Grow Your Own Fresh Hops

It's easier than you might think.<p>A couple of months ago, a colleague asked me if one could grow one's own hops. The answer is an emphatic YES. If you have some space outdoors and something that's tall enough to let the hop plants grow, you can be the proud owner of some homegrown hops.<p>Hops, as I …

Best Passbook compatible apps for iPhone

Passbook can be an incredibly useful tool for storing all kinds of things from boarding passes to loyalty cards to gift cards and more. …

Report: Facebook's "Phone" Is a Home Screen That Could Be Coming To Your Phone Too

Android Police has managed to get its hands on a system dump for the upcoming "Facebook Phone" this Thursday. And while there will be a physical …

Flurry’s Latest Calls Phablets A Fad – Devices Don’t Show Disproportionally High Enough Usage To Justify Developer Support

Flurry, an app analytics firm with a presence on some now 1 billion mobile devices, has taken another deep dive into its large data set to examine the increasingly fragmented selection of hardware form factors on the market today, in an effort to better understand consumer preferences. The report …

What If The Sun Disappeared?

Google applies for patent to tie weather and location data to camera settings

Google has filed for a patent that would adjust camera settings for optimal performance based on GPS coordinates and the current weather conditions. …

Cameras