I have a 2011 Mac mini. It was initially a server model, but I’m not using it as a server anymore. These are the specs:
- Processor 2 GHz Intel Core i7
- Memory 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3
- Graphics Intel HD Graphics 3000 512 MB
- Software OS X 10.8.3
- 2x500GB 7200RPM disks
Finally DevoBots is ready for sale in the App Store. Download it here!!
DevoBots is a robot builder and a music synthesizer featuring unreleased Devo music & sounds from their archives. DEVO is an American New Wave band formed in 1972 and since then it has maintained a cult following throughout its existence. It’s not only for DEVO fans, it’s also a nice toy for adults and children, allowing you to create a huge number of robots accompanied with electronic loops recorded back in the 80’s with analog synthesizers. Continue reading
If you love LEGO as I do, I took some pictures using a macro lens. Feel free to use them as a wallpaper, if you like.
Pictures are in full resolution.
I was checking the price for many iPad stands and after comparing models and prices, I couldn’t find the one I liked. So why not making it with Lego? Of course this is not new, but I find it much more convenient than a normal stand. Lego can by disassembled and stored easily. Also you can play with it while not using the stand. Perfect for traveling. You can use it also for many other purposes.
I have to improve it, this is just my first prototype. I did it in about 10 minutes.
– Reduce pieces while keeping or increasing current stability
– Create an assemble/disassemble procedure to quickly mount it.
A couple of pictures from Instagram :)
This picture is sooo funny! I can’t resist to share it here!
Source: Danny Choo
Do you have an iPad and a book support? That’s what I had at home. I had one book support that I didn’t use, it cost 100 yen, it’s about 0.9€ or $1.3 then you need something to stick on it so the iPad won’t slide down.
That’s all :-)