It’s back :-)

Today I decide to revive my old tech and space blog. After having slept for almost four years, I felt it’s time to put it back online again and start to write some more tech and space related stories. This will include some personal DIY tech and space projects. You can still subscribe with your […]

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Benjamin Zander

Benjamin Zander – How to give an A

This is a brilliant video lecture from Benjamin Zander, Conductor of the Boston Philharmonic, the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Leadership Speaker. It’s only 14 minutes and 10 seconds but in this 14 minutes Benjamin transforms your vision on work and education and not to become an A but just be an A. Have fun […]

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The ISEE-3 Reboot Project

What happens when a 30 year old satellite the International Sun/Earth Explorer 3 (ISEE-3) which was used for a comet exploration mission, makes a close swing by and Nasa happened to discarded of all old hardware to control the satellite? Right some very enthusiastic and capable citizen engineers and scientist jump in, set up a […]

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The Fire Lookout

“The fire outlook” video is a true work of love and art. This stunning video from Gary Yost frames the beauty as witnessed from the Gardner fire outlook post on the East Peak of Mt. Tamalpais. Marin County, California. Just take 7 minutes and watch the stunning time laps of the mountain side, the city […]

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Full Moon Silhouettes

Full Moon Silhouettes

The moon silhouette video was one of Mark Gee’s major breakthroughs. When I saw it the first time I was totally perplexed by it’s beauty and simpleness. As an engineer I immediately noticed that the video was shot with a big telephoto lens. This also implied that the shot was taken from a long distance […]

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Ghost Minitaur

Exploration robot

A really fresh take on exploration robot’s This robot can open doors. Not only literarily, but I strongly think this is a fresh take on how exploration robots can be designed from a whole other perspective. Wheels are OK, but can only do so much. They can’t cope with untested train like we have seen with […]

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