Modern Methods of the Day: Crime Prevention from Eyeball Reflections

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A demonstration of a recent study has shown that people can be identified from the reflection of they human eye's pupil in photographs. The study showed that individuals could be identified correctly 71 percent of the time by those unfamiliar with the faces. For those familiar with the faces, the individuals could be identified correctly 84 percent of the time. The study was conducted by Dr. Rob Jenkins of the University of York and by Christie Kerr of the University of Glasgow.

Chain Reaction of the Day: The Most Expensive Dominoes Stunt Ever

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Who cares about boring ol' domino pieces anymore? Aatma Studio wishes us Happy Holidays 21st Century-style using 2,000 iPhones!

Modern Marketing of the Day: Interactive Billboard Reacts to Overhead Flights

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A British Airways ad campaign is using a billboard with "custom-built surveillance technology" to track their planes flying overhead, triggering an interactive video of a child pointing at the aircraft.

Shutup and Take My Money of the Day: Draw Circuits Instantly with Circuit Scribe

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A revolutionary product is being developed to allow electronic circuits to be created literally with a stroke of a pen. This technology allows the average person to create simple and fun circuitry for craft projects or build more intricate circuits in a simple and speedy way.

Amazing Technology of the Day: Noise Canceling Device that Sticks to Your Window

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A new product concept by Sono will bring a revolutionary change to how we deal with unwanted noises around us.

Early Bird Special

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This 3-D animation -- called Super Modern Mario Bros. -- updates the first level from the original game for 2012.

Only Sort Of Not Safe For Work -- there's more gore than this in the opening scene of an episode of Grey's Anatomy.

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