Sketchory: Shareable Collection of 250,000 Sketches

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Art, art, and more art!

Philipp Lenssen of Google Blogoscoped, Nikolai Kordulla and Dominik Schmid have just released a nifty new website called Sketchory. The site features over 250,000 sketches (cartoons, scribbles and other fascinating artwork) that you can copy, remix, embed, view as animation and so on.

The sketches use Creative Commons license, so you’re free to use it even in commercial settings (say, create a book of sketches – with a maximum of 1,000 images).

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Rubberband Contest For Young Inventors

Rubberband Contest For Young Inventors 

There’s a really cool contest going on now for students grades 5 through 8, challenging them to invent something with one or more rubber bands. It’s the first of its kind, according to the sponsors, and just thinking about using a rubber band in something totally new has got to be a stretch.

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Flowlight Concept: Writing in the Air

Flowlight Concept: Writing in the Air

A pen enabling the user to write and sketch in the air. By focusing a laser beam 100 times a second into a point in the space, the flowlight creates small plasma points that glow in mid-air. A series of points create a continuous glowing line that looks like a line. This product can be used in various applications from medicine to architecture.

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