This is Scotch Tape, a series of people with their faces all wonked up with scotch tape by photographer Wes Namen. I don’t know what these people looked like before, but they are lookin’ fine as hell now. Take this first girl — she may have only been a four before, but now? A solid eight. “Tell me you’re joking.” Jesus, of course I’m joking. An eleven…ON THE RICHTER SCALE. Apocalyptic hotness. One time I got my face all taped up but it turns out I was being kidnapped.
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What would be a neat trick to round off a perfect holiday with friends, family, and — if you’re lucky — some bargain-priced tech? How about getting your smug, contented face up on the screens in Times Square? Not got the big corporate budget? No worries, as Google’s here to pick up the tab as part of a Chromebook promotion, and possibly make it happen for you. Submit a picture at the source link, along with a snappy “For… ” caption, and you could find yourself, your mom, your cat, or football team up there for all to see. We were going to submit one of our own, but, well y’know, we’re still wearing the t-shirt.
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So, you’re loving the new gallery and camera options we saw on Jelly Bean 4.2 and have no intention of waiting for that OS for your former flagship Galaxy Nexus? A certain dmmarck on Android Central’s forums has sorted that out, and you can now grab the camera app for your so-last-month 4.1.1 packing Google handset. Other than a Photo Sphere bug, it’s apparently working like the factory version, but newbies beware — the installation requires some Android hacking chops. You can grab it at the source.
The Ballet Mecanique Robotic Orchestra performs George Antheil’s 1924 “Ballet Mecanique” at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, March 2006. This is the complete video! Music programming and editing by Paul D. Lehrman. Robotics by the League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots (LEMUR), Eric Singer, director. For more information about the Ballet Mecanique visit www.antheil.org. For more about LEMUR, visit www.lemurbots.org. Video Rating: 0 / 5Related Posts:
Question by Nick: Motorola Xoom Gallery problems? I have had my Motrola Xoom for a while now, and everything seemed to be working well. Lately the battery has been running out within half a day. I looked at the battery usage and it said that that gallery was using 76% of the battery power. I’ve tried using app killer and killing it, and I;ve tried force stopping the app but that doesnt seem to be doing anything. I have also deleted all the photos in my gallery and it is completely empty. Is there any way i may be able to delete the gallery? is this a common problem? thanks.
Answer by ﾘひ尺ﾉズロ ｲん乇 つ尺ﾑワロ刀乇丂丂 比ﾑ尺尺ﾉロ尺 「くんﾉ刀乇丂乇 刀乇比 ﾘ乇ﾑ尺！」There is no way to delete the gallery.. Sorry about this…
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Remember Klipsch’s $ 500 Gallery G-17 Air soundbar that wowed our ears last holiday season? If you weren’t fond of the AirPlay-enabled rig’s piano-black finish, you might be pleased to know that the company is ready to let you spice it up visually. If you’ll recall, the unit features a removeable magnetic speaker grill, which can now be customized to your heart’s desire — provided you’ve got another 25 bucks, a 300 DPI image file and four weeks of waiting time to spare. Naturally, we’re partial to seeing it affixed with the Engadget white and blue, but feel free to give it a go with your something of your own favor at the source link below.
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This a smattering of the 600+ cosplay photos Norman Chan from over at Tested.com took during this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. I posted 25 random ones after the jump, but you should really go peruse the entire gallery. I just like, threw a dart at a dartboard and posted whatever pictures I hit. No, no I didn’t. I dropped the dart and unthinkingly tried to catch it between my legs and wound up sinking the dart tip DEEP into my thigh. No lie, when I pulled it out, blood squirted to the ceiling. Just kidding, I really did see a friend do that once though. Well, not really a friend, just an acquaintance. I’m not hanging out with some bleeding loser!
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Care to take a walk down memory lane by way of the information superhighway? Good, because 21st century digital natives and Luddites alike could stand to benefit from some virtual navel-gazing. In what’s essentially a ‘look at how far we’ve come’ exhibit, My Life Scoop, Intel’s “connected lifestyle” site, has a collection of the more notable experiments that’ve sprung from our surprising interactions with the internet. Starting from the dial-up days of the mid-90′s and working up to the near present, curious users can peep the wacky ways we’ve used the web as a tool, ranging from a remote community gardening project (The Telegarden) to a stock index that auto-adjusts dress hemlines (Stock Market Skirt) to an interactive, Arcade Fire-soundtracked film made to showcase Google Chrome (The Wilderness Downtown). But don’t let us just tell you about these visual delights. Strap on those culture hats and meander through the finer artistic points of our shared online evolution at the source below.
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Question by : How do I make an iPad kiosk to show my art work in a gallery where people can only see my art and not exit app? Just want to keep people from using the other applications. Also need my iPad to mount to wall or on a stand, and don’t want people to steal it. Maybe there is a way to lock down an app and iPad just to do one simple task of photo viewing that the user can control?
Answer by Jonathan Martinezopen the photo app and just put it on slide show. There is no way from preventing someone from pressing the home button. But I do know a few things you can do.
1. They do sell metal wall mounts for ipads, that you can mount to something else. 2. Buy a plastic case that covers the top bezel of the ipad, but turn it upside down to cover the button. I’ve done this from experience
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Question by : can you password protect the gallery in a Samsung Galaxy S2? can you password protect the gallery in a Samsung Galaxy S2 so that you have type in a password to access or edit the photos in the gallery? ive played around with it and cant seem to find a way.
Answer by Jarrod VenturaI tried looking through my settings on my phone to answer your question because I have the Galaxy S2 as well but I don’t think there is a way. The only password I’ve seen is for you to get into your phone by typing a number password, letter password or connect those dots. It might be in the instruction manual but I hate reading those.
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