Stub Stumbler

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Are you ready kids?! I can’t hear you! Are you ready?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

JPEG -> Animated GIF

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Using the magic of technology, the folks over at Plotagraph Pro has come up with a way to turn basic flat JPEG images into animated GIFs.  Sort of like a cinemagraph, instead of needing to take a video though, or use layers in Photoshop, the software will use algorithms to animate the existing data in … Continued

Smash Bros. On a Calculator

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Alright, Alright, I’m aittle late to the party here, but better late then never I say.  Omnimaga user Hayleia has put together a port of Super Smash Bros. onto the Ti-83/84 graphing calculators.  You know, those big bulky things that for some reason are still required for high school calculus even though everyone’s phone has more … Continued

Magical Stumbles

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It’s magically WRONG!  It’s also quite short this month.  Sorry about that lots of other things have come up so I haven’t been stumbling or imguring or redditing as much as I used to.  Don’t worry though, I insist to rectify that problem in the next post.  There will be well into double digit stumble … Continued

POV Hockey Tricks

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The stick’s POV specifically.  Yes, I will never stop saying how impressive Hockey is. {reddit}

DIY Railgun

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reddit user zebralemur has made the world’s most powerful civilian made electro-magnetic railgun.  A railgun for those who don’t know is a type of weapon that uses alternating electric currents to accelerate a slug to super speeds.  No explosion necessary.  It’s usually very powerful and very dangerous.  But also very difficult, and very dangerous to make. … Continued

The Stumble Gun

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Stumble Time 1234.  It’s been some time, but then again, I always say that, and still, here we are.  This month’s addition has quite alot of videos.  Be it in .gif format, or webm format, either way, there are a high proportion of moving photos, I have warned you.  Now, onto the funness:

DIY LASER Engraver

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Yesterday I shared with you a LEGO printer.  Today, I have something alittle more high-tech, a LASER engraver by reddit user WaveOfThought.   Oh, by the way, this was done in his High School Engineering class, and it only cost about $250 minus the cost of some of the wood frame, which is minimal. Take … Continued

Magnetic Clock

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Ferrofluid is a pretty neat substance.  Tiny, often magnetic microscopic particles are suspended in a liquid.  Then, using regular magnets, or electromagnets, you can control what they do.  It has many practical uses, but also the below artistic one (which also has a practical use as a clock). You can buy the said clock, but … Continued