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  • 05:02:27 pm on December 12, 2008 | 0

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    New 3D Images of Mars Are Stunning

    Amazing new 3D “anaglyph” photos by NASAs Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter reveal the planets topography in extraordinary detail, that is nothing short of eerie in 3D. The images were captured with the HiRISE camera… continues

    Gizmodo Gadget Geek Display in NYC

    Gizmodo.coms Brian Lam held an exhibition of cool gadgets, gizmos and other geek stuff in New York Citys Lower East Side last week.
    The show included the original Sony Walkman that kicked off the portable media player revolution… continues

    The Latest Videos on Zoonsky

    Draganflyer X6 Helicopter Platform

    The Draganflyer is a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) platform suitable for shooting aerial video and still photography.

    The Latest Sites on Zoonsky

    World’s Most Powerful Flashlight

    “The Torch”, at 4100 lumen, is the world’s brightest and most powerful flashlight. This flashlight is easily capable of melting plastic, lighting paper on fire within seconds, and if you want, frying an egg.

    Draganflyer X6 Helicopter

    The Draganflyer X6 is a remotely operated, unmanned, miniature helicopter designed to carry wireless video cameras and still cameras. Operate the Draganflyer X6 helicopter with the easy to use handheld controller while viewing what the helicopter sees through video glasses. The Draganflyer X6 helicopter uses a unique 6-rotor design.

    Carbon Butterfly Micro RC Plane

    The world’s smallest radio controlled plan, the 3 gram flying weight enables this airplane to be piloted in your living room. Do figure-8’s over your coffee table! Is this the ultimate relaxation machine for the earthbound pilot?

    HiRISE High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment

    HiRISE is a joint project of NASA and The University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory which returns images of the Martian surface with higher resolution than ever seen before from an orbiter.



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