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Neil Fraser, a true pioneer of science, wasn't satisfied with just wondering whether a lava lamp will work on Jupiter. He opted instead to build a freaking centrifuge in the middle of his living room, strap an innocent lava lamp and a Nexus One to one end with counterbalancing weights on the other,...

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March 8, 2010 at 9:44AM

The lava lamp was an icon of 70s pop culture, and that same idea has made it into the 21st century, right on the iPhone. iLava [iTunes link] imitates both a lava lamp, and the demo that Jeff Han gave us at the TED conference. The iLava application is completely multi-touch, meaning that anything ...

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I ran across this quirky story over at the always entertaining Australian daily newspaper "The Age" and thought I'd share. It's about Garry Barker's search for the elusive Lava Lamp widget. The widget is called "I Love Lamp" and can be downloaded at iSlayer.com. Despite being ranked as the #1 widget...

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