These amazing highspeed photos were taken by Linden Gledhill of paint dancing to the loud sounds of a speaker. Hey, I knew paint had rhythm!
Jerry is one lucky dog. His inventive master rigged up a JUST COOL ball machine that would keep the pooch company and excercised when he wasn't around. Bet Poppy Petunia wishes her mistress would be so smart.
Jerry's owner wrote,"I built the ball machine because I thought my dog Jerry, might like it and that it would be something fun for me to build. So after two years of on and off work, with many safety features such as IR proximity sensors to protect Jerry and my son from the machine, I finally complete.
Far from being a replacement for me, I was always right there with him enjoying his fun. And with all the troubles that I went through to build the ball machine, I still end up throwing more balls than that the machine could count! According to the computer, he played with the machine by himself only 3 times in his life.
I recently put this video on YouTube to keep alive my earlier memories of him and (hopefully) provide some "humorous distractions" for anyone that might drop by."
Orb will go on sale in January 2010, with the base model selling for $129, and the Deluxe Edition (the one with that FOLED display) following in April for $175. JUST COOL of course!
Real Life is Rubbish
It is! And JUST COOL too!
designed by Aïssa Logerot
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A smart idea and very JUST COOL!
Hey - how'd they do that?! However..it's JUST COOL!
Here's an interesting idea, one that I have never heard of or seen in the US. A cat cafe! It isn't a place for cats to go drink coffee and eat delicious pastries but a place for people to go and pet cats while enjoying a coffee break. This Cat Cafe pictured, is in Osaka Japan, and for Six hundred yen (about $5) you get all the cats you can pet for an hour. Upon entering the Cafe, you are sprayed with disinfectant and given slippers to put on. The "Cafe" is divided into two areas. One actually looks like a cafe where you sit at a table with your coffee, tea,pastries or whatever whilest the feline of your choice sits on your lap, keeping you company. The other room is where you go just to pet the cats. You can even buy tuna to entice the aloof kitties into paying YOU some attention and letting you pet them. It seems like a great idea for people in apartments where they aren't allowed pets - but to me, it sounds a little bizarre.
However, just like everything else in Japan, I'm sure Cat Cafe's will soon catch on in America, because...they're JUST COOL! (kinda)