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    World Food Clock
    The World Food Clock is a site which looks at the state of the world's food in real time. The clock first shows you how much food is produced, consumed, and wasted each second. There's also information about the agriculture resources used, global undernourishment and the number of greenhouse gas from wasted food.
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    'Passion' is the story of Jack Passion, a man who has defied social convention and become an ambassador for the sport of competitive beard growing. Through good times and bad, he has pushed on to become the two time world beard champion. He shares this inspirational story with us and guides us through his world in a 7 minute narrative doc.
    Guy Builds Full Set Of Iron Man Armor Out Of
    This is the full set of wearable Iron Man armor 20-year old Kai-Xiang Xhong from Taiwan built out of cardboard. The best part is, it's actually wearable!
    ""I used pepakura technique. But I did not add any special color on the surface. Keeping the cardboard color and texture was deliberate. That’s my style.""
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    Welcome to the #AfterSex...
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    The Sunday Times created this fantastic ad in a single take.
    "Aa video interview with Imogen Heap describing her homemade electronic interface gloves that control her music interface software by the movement and positions of her hands"  Heap’s Kickstarter campaign aims to raise £200,000 to develop and produce a limited production run of Mi.Mu gloves.
    "What this glove enables me to do is access mappings inside my computer so that I don’t have to go to a keyboard or a fader or a button," she says.
    For example, instead of using a finger to push a fader on a mixing desk, Heap can raise her arm to achieve the same affect. By raising her hand, she can move through a scale of notes, or through pinching together her thumb, middle and forefinger and rotating it, she can apply filters to the sound.
    Each gesture-control glove contains a wifi-enabled x-IMU board developed by x-IO Technologies containing an accelerometer, a magnetometer and a gyroscope.
    These work together with a series of motion sensors incorporated into the fingers of each glove that track the degree of bend and the spread of the fingers. The gloves can also understand postures such as an open palm, a finger-point or a closed fist."
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    TC One M8 vs Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Apple iPhone 5s Drop Test!
    Wine Packaged in a Paint Bucket

    Wine Packaged in a Paint Bucket
    It’s wine packaged in a paint bucket – a design concept by Lithuania-based ad agency, McCann Vilnius for Beaujolais Nouveau, a batch of new red wines produced annually by the Beaujolais region of France. The premise of the paint bucket design is that wine does more than intoxicate. It also, like paint, colors the lips and teeth of the consumer. The back of the bucket provides a color chart, letting the drinker know how many glasses of wine it might take to “paint” your teeth various shades of purple. Cool design.
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    The person doing the voice is Andrew Jack who is a dialect coach.
    Captain America bathrobe with hood mask
    Captain America bathrobe from thinkgeek. It has two front pockets and a removable belt. The eyes on the sides of the hood are cut out. It costs $70.It's got Captain America's shield embroidered on the back!
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    This Zombie Inspired Beer is Made With Actual
    It’s an American pale stout that was made in honor of the show’s season finale, and in keeping with the comic book-turned-television show’s theme, it’s brewed with smoked goat brains. The Dock Street Walker, as it is aptly named, features such ingredients as wheat, oats, flaked barley, and organic cranberry, but the real clincher is the smoked goat brains. The idea came from Dock Street's head brewer Justin Low and brewery representative Sasha Certo-Ware, both superfans of the show who wanted to make a zombified beer in tribute. Dock Street Walker gets its blood red hue thanks to organic cranberries and not the brains, so that should set your mind at ease–even just a little bit. The beer is 7.2% alcohol by volume and will be released at Dock Street Brewing Co. on March 30.
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