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Archive for January 2016

World’s Largest Model Railway Captured by Google’s Tiniest Street View Vehicles

World’s Largest Model Railway Captured by Google’s Tiniest Street View Vehicles
Located in Hamburg, Germany, Miniatur Wunderland is the world’s largest model railway, occupying nearly 14,000 sq.ft. and inhabited by more than 200,000 Lilliputian citizens. Now we can check out its sights and details at our leisure, thanks to Google’s first ever mini-Street View.

NASA Shows off Flower Grown in Space

NASA Shows off Flower Grown in Space
Space is a hard place for humans to survive. We constantly need water, food, and protection from radiation, and then there is the little fact that space has no air, food, or water just floating around for us to use.
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Stance Star Wars Socks: A New Hope for Your Feet

Stance Star Wars Socks: A New Hope for Your Feet
Star Wars. You can’t avoid it right now. It’s everywhere. It’s in theaters, on store shelves in toy form, in your grocery store, also on everyone’s feet! Thanks to Stance, maker of cool and unique socks, you can put some Star Wars on your feet with these limited-edition socks.

Shopping Cart Trolley Bags: File under “G” for Groceries

Shopping Cart Trolley Bags: File under “G” for Groceries
Reusable shopping bags are good for the environment, but how many can help you to speed up your shopping time? These Trolley Bags can be filled with all of your items and and also function as an upright shopping cart divider, making it easier to pack your things at checkout.

3D Printed Tourbillon Watch: 4D Printing

3D Printed Tourbillon Watch: 4D Printing
Last month, we checked out a 3D printed sundial that mimicked a digital display. Here’s another clever timepiece courtesy of Thingiverse member Christoph Laimer – a mechanical watch with a tourbillon. With the exception of its fasteners – pins, screws and washers – all of the watch’s parts were 3D printed.

Boston Dynamics’ Atlas Robot Cleans House

Boston Dynamics’ Atlas Robot Cleans House
In this new video, we see Boston Dynamics’ imposing, but capable Atlas Robot doing a bit of house cleaning. It’s about time robots did something useful, instead of just learning new ways to kill us. Or at least after they do us in, they will be able to clean up and hide the evidence.

Case & Watch Famicom Clock: Choptimer

Case & Watch Famicom Clock: Choptimer
Columbus Circle’s Famicom-themed clock cover plate for the New Nintendo 3DS was one of the coolest video game accessories I saw last year. Now those of us who don’t own the handheld can get in on the nostalgia with the new Case & Watch, the cover plate’s standalone version.

3D Printed 22x22x22 Rubik’s Cube: A Headache Cubed

3D Printed 22x22x22 Rubik’s Cube: A Headache Cubed
YouTuber, Rubik’s Cube enthusiast and masochist corenpuzzler designed and 3D printed what he claims is the world’s highest order Rubik’s Cube, one with 484 cubelets on each face. Corenpuzzler said it he printed it on a Prusa i3 over the span of 8 months.

SparkFun Rogue Router Solar-powered File Server Lives, Dies, Lives Again

SparkFun Rogue Router Solar-powered File Server Lives, Dies, Lives Again
SparkFun Electronics came up with a neat idea for a set and forget file server. The Rogue Router can power itself using one of SparkFun’s new solar panels, so you can place it even in remote locations.

Shenova Space-Time Warp Dress Bridges Science and Style

Shenova Space-Time Warp Dress Bridges Science and Style
Get a wormhole figure with Shenova’s eye-catching Space-Time Dress, from the brand’s new STEM collection. The dress is 40″ long and is made of easy wash, four-way stretch polyester and spandex. Buy the dress from Shenova for $139 (USD) and rock that Einstein-Rosen steez.

Fallout 4 Cosplay Looks Like a Game Escapee

Fallout 4 Cosplay Looks Like a Game Escapee
Look at the images here. These aren’t screen captured right out of Fallout 4; these are pictures of a dude dressed up in costume. The is impressive costume was created by Arcanum Order and the effect is spectacular.

Deadpool Is a Romantic Comedy

Deadpool Is a Romantic Comedy
I am so looking forward to the release of Deadpool next month, so it had better not suck. If it does suck, Ryan Reynolds should be banned from ever making a superhero movie again. I’ve seen some awesome looking trailers for the film and the marketing materials that are turning up are nothing short of genius.

8Bitdo NES-themed Bluetooth Speaker: Select Music, Start Party

8Bitdo NES-themed Bluetooth Speaker: Select Music, Start Party
8Bitdo started out by making Bluetooth controllers that imitated Nintendo’s classic gamepads. It appears to be branching out to other types of gadgets but still with the same gimmick, as you can see with its new Retro Cube Speaker.

Kylo Ren Costume Hoodie: I Will Finish the Cosplay You Started

Kylo Ren Costume Hoodie: I Will Finish the Cosplay You Started
This Kylo Ren hoodie will make you look just like the emo villain from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Now all you need is a substandard lightsaber and a bad attitude. This Kylo Ren hoodie is much better than a real costume, because it won’t take forever to put on.

Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider Watch: Born to be Dialed

Azimuth SP-1 Crazy Rider Watch: Born to be Dialed
Azimuth’s SP-1 Crazy Rider watch is clearly designed for the motorcycle enthusiast. It has a motorcycle-style chain drive at its heart. The chain is wrapped around a pair of sprockets on the dial and that’s what drives the whole thing.

Kodak’s CEO Uses 35mm Film Business Cards

Kodak’s CEO Uses 35mm Film Business Cards
Film may not be making a comeback in our cameras any time soon, but it is making a comeback in business card form. At least for one guy. At this year’s CES, Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke was seen handing out business cards made from a strip of 35mm film.
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