Did you know that there is a serious market for antiques? In fact, people are willing to spend decent money on vintage items and collectibles ranging from furniture and coins to jewelry and paintings. Like any business venture, it will take time and effort to build an inventory and find a target audience interested in purchasing on a regular basis, but in the end, just one sale could be worth the investment. If you’re interested in starting an antique store (online or brick and mortar), here are some things you’ll need to know.
While not everything that show up at the TechCrunch Disrupt New York 2014 hackathon are truly of value, we do see some interesting things, such as the 3Dioo, which TechCrunch calls a DIY Oculus Rift. That label alone should be enough to catch one’s attention, yeah?
Essentially, what 3Dioo is is a 3D system that you can attach to a smartphone. There are two parts to the system:
- the viewing attachment
- the recording attachment.
Originally published on Kompulsa. One day, while I was trying to find something to watch on YouTube, I came across a touching video of Zayn Malik’s trip to a region in Africa (a place was referred to as a ‘slum’ due to the widespread poverty there…
It’s a speaker! Or maybe it’s a piece of decorative furniture. No, it’s actually a fully functional computer, and it’s called Tenius.
The device is a DIY computer designed and made by modder Gtek. He describes the Tenius as a prototype of a miniITX based system. The casing is made of solid walnut and aluminum – a perfect blend of beauty and technology.
Remember the good old days of Duck Hunt on NES? Remember the Zapper? I didn’t have an NES, but one of my childhood friends did, and I will never forget the occasions we went to his house to play. Those were definitely good times.
But what if you can use the Zapper for an entirely different purpose? Say you had a Nintendo Zapper Laser – one that works?