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Portuguese toy designer Marco Fernandes reuses parts from computers, televisions, DVD players, stereos, old toys and other old electronics to build unique robot toys, all by improvising with what he has. The R³bots light up and come with a display case created from jars, old lamps, plastic boxes and other assorted parts.
via Laughing Squid.
In the archives: art from found beach plastic.
Dr Gabrielle Walker and Dr Andrea Sella investigate the molecular make up of ice crystals. They use supercooled water to create a mass of ice crystals instantly and discover why water expands as it freezes into ice.
Watch more BBC videos in the archives.
“Origami’s really cool because it’s a sharing activity… ” And share you can, because this scientist video comes with an advanced origami how-to for making a Spectacled Bear Hat (pdf). (Or you can start with something a bit easier here!)
DNews sat down with Bernie Peyton, animal origami artist and biologist, to talk about how his artistic expression intersects with his scientific study…
I’ve featured Bernie’s work in the past, it’s truly stunning stuff … endless folds most beautiful :)
Learn how to arm wave with Hip Hop dancer and choreographer Matt Steffanina. Then make it look smooth with lots of practice!