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jell-o

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Polar Pro filters help smooth out drone video Jell-O effect

Tired of wobble in your aerial video? These lightweight ND and polarized filters might just do the trick.

By March 18, 2015

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'Star Wars' Millennium Falcon -- in Jell-O

JustJennrecipes creates impressive dessert homages to "Star Wars," including the tastiest hunk of Jell-O in the Galaxy.

By November 13, 2013

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With touch-screen technology, Jell-O sings a song

Two French industrial-design students create "Noisy Jelly," a toy that uses capacitive sensing to make gelatin into an instrument.

By March 29, 2012

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Adults-only vending machine dispenses Jell-O

Kraft and Intel get together to create a vending machine that scans human faces and calculates age. Only adults are offered a sample of a new Jell-O product aimed at the non-kid crowd.

By December 27, 2011

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​Appliance Science: The firm chemistry of gelatin

How does a single chemical transform water into the tasty treat called Jell-O? We look at the chemistry of gelatin, the chemical behind Jell-O.

By September 10, 2015

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LG details Jelly Bean upgrade timeline

While we wait to see if the Nexus 4 is a reality, LG says it will begin Android 4.1 Jell Bean upgrades for several international models.

By October 15, 2012

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Crave 71: Princess Leia's dirty secret (podcast)

Leia needs a fix, Jell-O needs grown-ups, and Eric feels the need to harmonize with hobbits.

By January 3, 2012

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Ep. 71: Princess Leia's dirty secret

Star Wars is great, but Star Wars on your head is much better. The Crave team discuss this idea in depth in this first episode of 2012, along with Jell-O dispensers for grown-ups, Starcraft in Lego, and harmonizing Hobbits.

By January 3, 2012

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Work in the mold--the Jello-O mold

Overgrown Jell-O mold serves as a portable workspace. Clear, fiberglass design promotes transparency.

By September 26, 2008

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This hacker's got the gummy touch

A Japanese researcher finds that fingerprint detectors can be fooled 80 percent of the time by a fake finger made of gelatin. Will "Jell-O" be the new hacking tool?

By May 16, 2002