Bush's Differential Analyzer with functional areas labeled. Correction to dates on linked page: Bush lived
from 1890-1974, not 1980-1974 (thanks to Will Lindsey).
VRX-2000 Vinyl Recorder - the ultimate in stereopohnic retro. Cut vinyl from the latest digitally recorded and
enhanced CDs. A cool $10,000 and a lava lamp will turn back the hands of time for you.
method for grafting synthetic materials onto minuscule bits of biological tissue.
here to see a county-county map of "Early Adopters" of technology in the U.S.
Kurata's "Raptop Computer" It has the guts and LCD display of a Macintosh computer, the looks of an old
Underwood typewriter, a Morse Code key, and a tiny track ball mouse.
Whiskers to the extreme (2nd picture down on page). Ah...the wonders of Pb-Free!
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, in Spain, is covered with 30,000 sheets of 16 mil thick titanium, with 344,000 sq.
ft. of surface area.
debris damage to Hubble Space Telescope solar array - a 1" hole!
building murals are spectacular works of art. You will be amazed that they are done by one person - Mr. Eric
is not a run-away chair caster - it is a rolling camera. The ROB-1, from Sony-Ericsson, is a
Bluetooth-connected skirt-looker-upper that is controlled by your phone's joy stick and costs about $250.
Chemical Galaxy. This is NOT your father's periodic table of the elements.
you get one of these for Christmas? It's the battery-powered adjustable Durawrench™ - for the guy who has
SanKen 2SA1216 transistors - one example of many.
smallest microchain drive fabricated at Sandia.
7000-ton Atlas detector at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in Geneva, is the centerpiece
of the biggest particle physics experiment ever undertaken.
in Star Trek IV when Scotty created "transparent aluminum" to contain the whales? Well, here's real
translucent concrete! (look about 40% down the page).