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smith5414
 
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To drill a hole in the glass seems to be the problem without solution. But the solution does exist and it is quite simple. You just need some turpentine. Drop a couple of drops of turpentine on the glass. Use putty or ordinary plasticine for a border to prevent the liquid from spreading. Then begin to drill on low speed adding some more turpentine if needed. And remember that the drill should be sharp.
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Jack Brown
 
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The significance of the game, its full impact on the child growth cannot be overestimated. Games are an effective tool for the development of communication skills, logic, attention, intelligence, identity. And, perhaps, a game is the best way to achieve the development of creative abilities both for children and adults without compulsion. That is why educational games are of great demand among the various audiences, starting from the small buyers and finishing with the elderly. ...
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Gemini
 
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My idea is to create lamps that will alter their lighting intensity to match the natural light cycles the day and night. The individual lamps will be set to follow the rhythms of either the sun or the moon. The Night Lamp will emit a gentle bluish light that will be synced to the lunar calendar, shining brightest during the full moon. The Day Lamp will gradually increase its light as it gets darker outside, and will lower its light as the sun shines more brightly. Both lamps...
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Jay
 
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Why not create a trash bin which will consist of several disposable and recycled paper containers nested inside one another? This will eliminate the need for plastic can liners. Such a bin would be the ideal choice for disposing of paper products, since the contents and bag could all be recycled together. It would also be suitable for dry biodegradable materials, and could be used in compost bins.
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Jocker
 
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The idea is to create vibrating belts which will make it possible for soldiers to follow directions and find their way through the darkness. The belt will contain eight mini actuators that will represent the eight cardinal directions. A GPS system, compass, and accelerometer will be able to track the direction a soldier moves, and provide a gentle, vibratory nudge to help keep him on the correct path.
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Curious
 
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The idea is to create a palm sized hearing device that will include an array of noise management systems but will look like a common mp3 player. The device will be easy to use, featuring an LCD screen and headphones with integrated microphones. It will include noise reduction and will be able to control feedback and wind noise. The device will also include a special function that will adjust to the changing environments of standard, music, indoors, and party.
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Adam
 
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The vibrating suit will provide haptic feedback to help athletes develop muscle memory. The suit will use an array of vibrating motors to send feedback to the user as to their body's position in space. The motors will signal in real time when the athlete is outside the desired range, and the data will be also recorded for later study.
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Max
 
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The tiny cam car key uses an infrared LED to create enough illumination to capture HD videos, even in the darkest corners. The tiny camera weighs under an ounce and measures only 2.5 inches on its longest side. Although it doesn't look much like a camera at all (instead resembling a remote car key), its features include motion-detecting activation, an 8 GB built in memory and audio recording capabilities.
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Curious
 
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Extreme tourism is at the height of its popularity today. This popularity is easy to be explained as extreme form of entertainment is the opportunity to experience the "thrill" that is missed in everyday life... this is emotions boom, risk and awareness of one's greatness and weakness. Extreme tourism is for the strong and courageous, for those who love risk and danger, who is not afraid to test his endurance. A new extreme attraction has been opened in the Australian city of...
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Gabriele
 
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Why not develop a personalized onboard system to monitor chronic disease and personal wellness? The new system will be designed to react to simple voice commands, and will be able to deliver information on environmental aspects affecting allergies or monitor the blood sugar of diabetics through wireless glucose monitors. The system will also recommend alternative routes, suggest a snack, or roll up the windows in case of smog.