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12 Feste di Primavera – allestisci la tua festa con idee originali e divertenti – Paper Circus

Feste di primavera: tantissime idee originali e divertenti per allestire una festa di primavera all’aperto, in giardino o immersi nella natura, ma anche nel salotto di casa trasformandolo nel cuore della Jungla selvaggia, nel magico mondo delle sirene o in quello degli unicorni, e molto altro per grandi e piccini

Source: 12 Feste di Primavera – allestisci la tua festa con idee originali e divertenti – Paper Circus

Source: 12 Feste di Primavera – allestisci la tua festa con idee originali e divertenti – Paper Circus

 

Source: 12 Feste di Primavera – allestisci la tua festa con idee originali e divertenti – Paper Circus

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Arduino Keyboard is Gorgeous Inside and Out

While the vast majority of us are content to plod along with the squishy chiclet keyboards on our laptops, or the cheapest USB membrane keyboard we could find on Amazon, there’s a special breed out there who demand something more. To them, nothing beats a good old-fashioned mechanical keyboard, where each key-press sounds like a…

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Student 3D Prints Eyes — Hackaday

[Ondřej Vocílka] is a student at the Brno University of Technology in the Czech Republic. In addition, the 23-year-old lost his vision in his left eye. While attending a lecture on 3D printing, he wondered if he could 3D print an ophthalmic prosthesis — an artificial eye. Turns out, he could. If you don’t speak Czech,…

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Making Music with the Wind — Hackaday

[Niklas Roy] built a windmill-powered music box for his backyard, and it was so awesome all the neighbors wanted to take a picture of it. Someone even liked it so much that he stole [Niklas]’s windmill in the middle of the night. (We kind of don’t blame them, it’s a gorgeously clean build.) In the…

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In love with Scence

In what has become a bit of a tradition, this year again we celebrate St. Valentine’s by sharing the poster we did for Experyment Science Center. The poster is an invitation for an adults’ evening where, among other attractions, experts try to explain love in scientific terms. This year’s theme included the chemistry of love […]

via In Love with Science — re:blog

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