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Beautiful Baby Bump Paintings

By Ben on Wed Jul 16 2014 |
Beautiful Baby Bump Paintings
Gear | Projects
Carrie Preston, an artist in Cornwall, UK. She explains, “I paint bumps! It may seem completely mad to some people, in fact some even go as far to describe it as vulgar. I personally see it as beautiful. Painting a pregnant bump allows you to freely express yourself, it’s fun and relaxing.” Preston has painted over 130 baby bumps. Each belly painting takes her about two hours and is made to the mother's specifications. Sometimes Preston can feel the baby kick as she paints. You can see many more of the 130 bellies that she's painted here. Cool, more images after more.
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Street Fighter Crazy Drunk Russians Edition

By Ben on Wed Jul 16 2014 |
Gear | Video
This is a video of two drunk as f*** Ruskies doing battle, which somebody added Street Fighter music and sound effects to. Haha!
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8-Bit Character Sprites Made Real Are A Little Horrifying

By Ben on Wed Jul 16 2014 |
8Bit Character Sprites Made Real Are A Little
Gear | Pic
Artist Scott Johnson translated 8-bit old game characters into something more realistic.
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Crossword Puzzle Mug

By Ben on Wed Jul 16 2014 |
Crossword Puzzle Mug
Gear | Other
Don't just do your crossword OVER a cup of coffee, do it ON your cup of coffee! It’s a mug with a crossword grid printed on its exterior.
$13.
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Telmo Pieper recreate His Childhood Drawing in digital Illustrations

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
Telmo Pieper recreate His Childhood Drawing in digital
Gear | Pic
"Digital painted Creatures and stuff based on my own childhood drawings. I designed these creatures at the age of 4 and now reincarnated them with digital painting" - kiddie arts serie by artist Telmo Pieper.
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Kid's Space Disintegrator Gun and Helmet

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
Kid s Space Disintegrator Gun and Helmet
Gear | Pic
"An estimated 50,000 youngsters handled the Space Disintegrator Gun and Helmet. They just went crazy over them!"
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NASA's Curiosity rover finds iron meteorite on Mars

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
NASA s Curiosity rover finds iron meteorite on
Gear | News
NASA: "This rock encountered by NASA's Curiosity Mars rover is an iron meteorite called 'Lebanon,' similar in shape and luster to iron meteorites found on Mars by the previous generation of rovers, Spirit and Opportunity. Lebanon is about 2 yards or 2 meters wide (left to right, from this angle). The smaller piece in the foreground is called 'Lebanon B.'"
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APEHOOD trailer (Boyhood & Dawn of the Planet of the Apes mashup)

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
Gear | Film
Boyhood & Dawn of the Planet of the Apes mashup
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A Portable Standing Desk You Can Walk Around With

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
A Portable Standing Desk You Can Walk Around With
Gear | Other
The StorkStand changes all that -letting you carry around your desk so you can use it on the back of any chair. Just set the height position, strapping it to the chair's back and then you're ready to go. The desk can hold up to 50 pounds and weighs a little over four pounds, so it's quite portable. It is currently up for funding on Kickstarter.
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Robot horse gets first taste of real-world action with the US Marines

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
Gear | Military
It has been deployed for the first time during the RIMPAC 2014, the multinational maritime war games in and around the Hawaiian Islands.
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New Airline Seat Patent, the most uncomfortable plane seats ever

By Ben on Tue Jul 15 2014 |
New Airline Seat Patent the most uncomfortable plane seats

New Airline Seat Patent the most uncomfortable plane seats
Gear | Tech
Last month, Airbus filed a patent for a new kind of airline seat, called a “seating device comprising a forward-foldable backrest.”  A bicycle-like seat to squeeze in more passengers per plane. Its cushions are shaped liked bicycle saddles, and when the seats aren't being used, they fold vertically to save space. The backrest will be a tiny lumbar support. No more tray, which you don’t need because they don’t serve meals on planes anyway.
Airbus openly acknowledges that packing more passengers on board is going to result in reduced comfort, and that the goal is basically to figure out how far they can go without inciting an airborne revolt.
"Reduced comfort remains tolerable for the passengers in as much as the flight lasts only one or a few hours," Airbus sagely calculates, before going on to explain why reducing leg room provides diminishing returns:
"This second solution has also been pursued hitherto," the patent application reads, "and it is difficult to continue to further reduce this distance between the seats because of the increase in the average size of the passengers."
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