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Scientists created a transparent eggshell to see how an embryo grows

Damn, science. Researchers at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China have created a see through eggshell to keep track of how an embryo grows over time. The material is made from a soft, silicon-based organic polymer that maintains the shape of a real eggshell but is completely transparent. » 2/06/15 11:39pm 2/06/15 11:39pm

The $72 Amazon Prime Deal is Live, Even For Existing Subscribers!

As promised, Amazon is selling 1-year memberships to Amazon Prime for just $72 right now (down from $99) in celebration of the 72nd Annual Golden Globes. Plus, everyone can also stream the award-winning Transparent for free today, even without a membership. I've watched it, and can't think of a better way to spend… » 1/23/15 11:59pm 1/23/15 11:59pm

The Ultimate Guide To Amazon Prime Benefits

Amazon has added so many benefits to Prime that they’ve become hard to keep track of, so we’re rounding them up for you, and will update this post as new ones roll out. Sadly, we can’t list drone delivery as a perk just yet.http://www.amazon.com/Amazon-Prime-O... » 1/23/15 3:16pm 1/23/15 3:16pm

"Halp, I'm Stuck In My PC!" And Other Fun Transparent-Gadget Hacks

I know, I know—another weekend stretches before us, a weekend full of twiddling thumbs and watching paint dry before work begins yet again on Monday. So why not make your gadgets transparent? Seriously. Photojojo has a great tutorial, which works on computers, laptops, iPads, TVs...[Photojojo] » 7/08/11 11:40am 7/08/11 11:40am

Zak Nudevest: A Transparent Lifejacket For Nudists

What are nudists to do when enjoying their favorite watersports? I mean, safety is one thing, but wearing a traditional lifejacket means unsightly tan lines and breasts yearning to be free. Fortunately a Korean company has manufactured a transparent lifejacket dubbed the "Zak Nudevest" that ensures buoyancy and… » 7/08/08 6:20pm 7/08/08 6:20pm

Microsoft's LucidTouch Transparent Touchscreen Device Gets All Mocked Up

Naturally, when we first laid our eyes on the LucidTouch prototype from Microsoft back in October, we were intrigued by the transparent multi-touch interface that allows users to control the device from behind the screen. Now, five months later, Microsoft has unveiled some artist mock-ups of what the device could look… » 3/12/08 7:30pm 3/12/08 7:30pm