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Color Changing Milk – Experiment

Color Changing Milk – Experiment

Fun and harmless experiment that children loves.

Equipment:
A plate, Dish soap, Food coloring, A small container, Cotton buds and Milk

Instructions:
Pour milk on the plate then add the prefered colors. Fill up a small container with dish soap and dip a cotton bud in the dish soap. Now you can dip the cotton bud in the milk and get colorful effects. You can also drip washing soap straight into the milk and get it even more effectful.

February 1, 20150 commentsRead More
Color Changing Milk – Effect

Color Changing Milk – Effect

Milk (or cream) + Food coloring + Dish soap creates great effects when combined

Youtube videos

Youtube videos

Long break from the blog. I hope I can keep it up better this time. I’ve started to make Youtube videos and did publish my first one yesterday. This one is a reverse video. I think that videos playing reversed adds a fashinating supernatural touch.

January 6, 20150 commentsRead More
PhoneBlocks, Project Ara by Google

PhoneBlocks, Project Ara by Google

A project that have been (and still does) interesting me is the project Ara. Project Ara is a project that Google runs which is supposed to revolutionize the phones. It’s in the development phase now and we don’t know when it will reach the market. Project Ara is a modular phone concept which will let you exchange single components. This means that you could add functions that aren’t on the phone.  Or you could upgrade them when they get too old.

You could add or uppgrade things like:

  • Camera
  • Flashlight
  • Camera
  • CPU
  • Extra battery.
  • Speakers
  • Broken parts
  • Display

Click the “Read More” button to read more. You’ll alo find some videos in the end.

April 12, 20140 commentsRead More
Marketing magic –Stockholm

Marketing magic –Stockholm

Summer is closing in and Stockholm is trying to attract more tourists. This “commercial” goes by the name “Stockholm – it’s not a coincidence!” and is performed by the Swedish magician Charlie Caper while telling facts about Stockholm.

So have they succeeded? Well I think it’s pretty enjoying. What do you think?

April 6, 20140 commentsRead More
NFC and NFC Tags

NFC and NFC Tags

NFC= Net Field Communication is a Technology which make your phone communicate when it’s coming about 2cm close to a chip and is programmed for certain commands. I think this is a great technology and I got very disappointed when Apple announced Iphone 5 without NFC. But well we’ll see what will happen, maybe they want their own standard. Anyway I think NFC could be the future. It’s a great Idea. Let’s take shopping as an example. I did read quite long ago that Subway had implemented Google Wallet in their U.S restaurants. So now you put the phone to a reader then I assume you do some confirmation at the phone (please correct me if I’m wrong). Here follows a video about Google Wallet:

Wanna read about NFC tags? Please click “Read More”

April 3, 20130 commentsRead More
April – Fool’s day

April – Fool’s day

As you might have noticed it was Fools Day yesterday. I’ve seen some jokes, but I must say that Google’s new service Google Nose was the best I’ve seen in many years (see my last post). Actually it remainds me about one of Swedens best known April jokes from 1962 when they said that it was possible to use nylons to get color at your TV. Many people tried this without success. They explained this with some pictures that made it even more confusing. Here comes an example:

nylon

 

If you’re interested to see some prank (not from fool’s day) videos, click the “Read More” buttom.

April 2, 20130 commentsRead More
Google Nose – Experience the Internet in a new way

Google Nose – Experience the Internet in a new way

Today Google announced their new service “Google nose”, that actually makes you able to experience smells through the Internet. I’ve tried it and it was awesome. If you want to know how it works, check the video below. To experience it, visit Google Nose

 

 

April 1, 20130 commentsRead More