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T-Rex Skull

One of the best and most complete T-Rex (Tyrannosaurus Rex) skulls ever found could be yours. That is if you have over 15 million dollars laying around. Going up for auction, the impressive one-of-a-kind ancient artifact is approximately 67 million-years-old and belonged to a large, adult individual. Measuring about 53.5 inches long, and weighing approximately 160.25 lbs, the massive skull is going up for auction on December 9th at Sothebys, and is considered a "once in a generation chance" to own one of the most complete fossil skulls of the most famous dinosaur species ever to have lived.



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Sound Reactive LED Mask

A pretty cool campaign has just landed on Kickstarter, developed by Canadian brand Outline Montreal, the Sound Reactive LED Mask integrates art and technology into a very versatile device that mesmerizes anyone who sees it. The cool electro-luminescent mask is powered by phosphorus ink paired with a lithium modulator that converts the sound waves into programmed patterns creating pure organic light. This system can transcribe musical beats into light, reacting to th...
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LEGO ARCHITECTURE SKYLINE COLLECTION

The new Lego Architecture Skyline Collection might just awake the creative talent and building imagination we all have within us, by allowing you to emulate some of the world´s most famous skyscrapers and urban sights such as New York, Berlin or Venice. Rebuild the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, St. Mark´s Campanile or the Reichstag Victory Column. With the usual top-notch quality and a slightly different type of building blocks, these constructions wil...
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FLYTE LEVITATING LIGHT

Flyte is a levitating light which magically hovers in midair! The LED light bulb defies gravity by floating above a wooden base by magnetic levitation. This futuristic take on the Edison bulb also rotates slowly in the air, adding even more mystery to this extraordinary object. To add to the coolness factor, you turn it on/off with a simple touch of the base. Check out the video below to see it in action. Learn more from Flyte, or purchase now from the MoMA Store...
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