San Francisco’s Exploratorium science museum gets the word out with the help of Nicholas Hanna’s ‘Trike Writer’ – a three-wheeler fitted with a dot-matrix water printer.
The slow but deeply satisfying gravity action of the Drip Printer, developed by Ted Kinsman at Rochester (NY) Institute of Technology’s College of Imaging Arts & Sciences.
The device prints one drop per second of anything from boring old ink to coffee, red wine or whatever you like, with adjustable drop density for halftones.
I couldn’t get a constituency newsletter printed in Leinster House b/c one TD clogged up the printer with an order for 85000 Christmas cards
— Lucinda Creighton (@LCreighton) December 22, 2015
255,000 of them.
Have you noticed there is no comments section open for that story (link above) in the Indo on Averil Power. Unlike say this story on Sinn Féin. Must be an oversight…
Eric writes: (location unspecified)…
It was just resting in his account…. Former Bishop of Galway Eamon Casey (minus love child and mistress)
GIFTY – a concept camera by student Jiho Jang that captures up to five seconds of video and then spits out a series of frames that can be assembled into a flip book.
What you see here is a mock-up as opposed to a working prototype.
Damn. Someone tell that kid about Kickstarter.
You wont be surprised to hear Comrade O’Snodaigh has yet to donate even 1 cartridge from his hoard to Jack and Jill despite his promises.
— Jonathan Irwin(@jjfoundation) May 14, 2012
Thanks Bibi Baskin Robbins