This Yahoo! News story says Hasbro is launching "Tooth Tunes", a toothbrush that transmits music through the jawbone to the ear when its bristles touch teeth. "You can clearly hear the words and the music," said Brian Goldner, president of Hasbro's U.S. Toys unit. For someone standing near a person brushing, the noise would be a muted hum, Goldner said.
The Force Dynamics 301 is a high performance, commercial quality motion system. It is one of a tiny handful of motion simulators designed from the ground up for racing simulation, and its performance far exceeds that of systems costing many times more. The 301 is designed to be adaptable for nearly any use, from personal motion simulation, to carnival rides and theme parks, to retail simulation centers, to team and sponsor promotions. It can do:
Since the 77th Annual Academy Awards is happening tomorrow, February 27, 2005, this CBS News article was posted. It says a Canadian professor of medicine argues that actors who win Academy Awards on Sunday night won't only boost their chances of other box-office hits, but will likely live longer than their fellow nominees.
Stryfex03 sent me a funny World of Warcraft forum thread about the famous telephone number, 867-5309, posted by a troll.
Worth1000's current theme is taking any television show (excluding cliches) and transform it into a puppet show, either marionette, hand puppet or even ventriloquist dummy, whatever.
This week's Something Awful theme is on boring movies.
Hamster project shows a symbiotic exchange of hoarded energy in aiming to establish a symbiosis between a population of hamsters and a group of vehicles with intelligent steering units. It is a documentation about the development of the project. There are photographs and a few streaming Real videos. The installation was part of the "Cyberarts 1999"-exhibition in the "OK- Museum of Contemporary Art" during the "Ars Electronica 1999/ Life Science"-Festival in Linz/Austria (September 4-18).