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World’s first-3D printed Car

By Ben on Fri Oct 10 2014 |
World  s first3D printed Car
Car | Other


Local Motors's 3D printed car, it takes 2-days to build, 40mph top speed. Local Motors is based in Arizona has built what it claims to be the world's first fully functional 3D printed electric car. The vehicle is called the Strati and has 49 parts. The cars seats, body, chassis, dash, centre console, and hood were 3D printed in just two days during the International Manufacturing Technology show in Chicago last month. The car is powered by and electric engine and Local Motorshopes to be able to make cars of this type for around $17,100 in the future. The seats, body, chassis, dash, centre console, and hood are all 3D printed. Local Motors says that the vehicle has a range of between 120 and 150 miles, at 40mph that 120-mile trip will take a long time.
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HTC RE camera

By Ben on Fri Oct 10 2014 |
HTC RE camera
Gear | Camera
HTC has unveiled a new HTC RE camera, a weird camera. The Re camera features a 16 megapixel CMOS sensor wit ha 146 degrees wide-angle lens, and is capable of recording 1080p videos as well.
Featuring a high-resolution, 16MP CMOS sensor, Full HD (1080p) video recording, 146 degree wide-angle lens and slow-motion and time lapse recording, RE captures moments like you have never seen before. The RE app features a remote live viewfinder that lets you set up the perfect shot and watch the live action on the screen of your mobile device, or switch to album and playback view to flick through the shots and videos already stored on the camera. Because life’s adventures are limitless, the app will also back everything up to your phone or the cloud automatically so you never need to worry about running out of space and missing a shot again.
HTC’s Re camera costs $199.99, it will be available in the US starting in November.
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Scaredy Cat - Simon's Cat (A Halloween Special)

By Ben on Fri Oct 10 2014 |
Gear | Video
'A frightening feline turns his owner into a scaredy cat!'
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Cute Sculptures of Animals Made Out of Grated Daikon Radishes

By Ben on Fri Oct 10 2014 |
Cute Sculptures of Animals Made Out of Grated Daikon

Cute Sculptures of Animals Made Out of Grated Daikon
Body | Food
Japan's  Kiminori Kono has made an series of sculptures of cute animals out of grated daikon radishes. You can check out the recipes on CookPad. Kono has released a book - “Grated Daikon Art” (daikon oroshi art), which features photos and recipes from Kono’s repertoire. He also made his sculptures of cute animals included panda bears, lambs and other white animals soaking in the hot bath, more photos after more.
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Chocolate Skulls Gone Nuts.

By Ben on Thu Oct 9 2014 |
Chocolate Skulls Gone Nuts
Body | Food
Spanish designers Ruth and Sira Garcia made these chocolate skulls with plenty of sugar, and an assortment of brains: sculpted chocolate, walnuts, or nonpareils. More pics after more.
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Rumpl Puffy Blanket

By Ben on Thu Oct 9 2014 |
Rumpl Puffy Blanket
Home | Outdoor


Rumpl Blanket is outdoor blanket, warm and completely machine washable.  Made with 20D Ripstop Nylon with DWR shield materials are water, stain, and odor resistant, packable, and completely washable.
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Gif: stairs

By Ben on Thu Oct 9 2014 |
Gif stairs
Gear | Pic
stairs
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Custom SNES: SNES Castlevania by Vadu Amka

By Ben on Thu Oct 9 2014 |
Custom SNES SNES Castlevania by Vadu Amka

Custom SNES SNES Castlevania by Vadu Amka
Gear | Gaming
Artist Vadu Amka gave his old PAL SNES console a stunning Castelvania casemod makeover! It's a Castlevania-themed one, and it's not just a repaint, it has a huge whip, an additional skull, a coffin, and other emblems of the series. Awesome!
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Scorpion Chair, Awesome!

By Ben on Thu Oct 9 2014 |
Scorpion Chair Awesome
Home | Seating
This  sick looking chair  made by  painter, sculptor, and woodcarver Vyacheslav Pakhomov. If the translation on his website is correct, it does seem to be available for purchase for the relatively modest sum of 230000 Russian Rubles, which translates to about $5,730 USD. Awesome!
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A 3D-Printed Airplane Machine Gun

By Ben on Thu Oct 9 2014 |
Gear | DIY
Made by Papierfliegerei.
"A little tinkering from me that shows what you can do with 3D printers today. Most parts of this paper airplane machine gun had printed by fabberhouse.de (the rest of them are to buy via Internet or hardware store). By the way, I use a cordless screwdriver from China for driving."
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