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Do you know a kid who has been bad this year? Well, you could always teach them a lesson and give them some coal in their stocking. Have your camera ready because they will probably cry – and the internet lives for children’s tears on Christmas morning.
3D printers are getting cooler and cooler every day. Resolutions are quickly approaching the point where it’s possible to create very, very detailed surfaces with a minimum of aliasing. Yeah, I’m calling it “aliasing,” since that’s basically what it is and most of you geeks get the reference.
That feeling you get when you realize that you forgot someone’s birthday is just the worst. You can set alarms and have alerts pop up, but if it slips your mind, it slips your mind, so it’s better to have a back-up plan in place for when it happens.
Akihiro Mizuuchi is my new hero. He is an illustrator and a web developer in Shizuoka, Japan. That’s not all he does. He has created modular edible chocolate LEGO bricks. These chocolate bricks really stack. And you can eat them.
We’ve seen quadcopters made from a bicycle rim, a keyboard and a dead cat. RIP Orville. That makes this quadcopter with a chocolate frame par for the course here at Technabob, but it certainly is the most delicious drone we’ve ever seen.
Most of us love chocolate, but like most candy, eating too much of it can make you fat and rot your teeth. But thanks to modern technology, you’ll soon be able to taste chocolate without consuming a single calorie.
If only we could have had chocolate toothpaste when I was a kid. Well, the important thing is that they have it now. Theodent has a new line of fluoride-free, chocolate-flavored toothpaste. And this chocolate flavor isn’t just a novelty.
Chocolate. It may arguably be better than bacon. And today we have some important chocolate news. Hershey has just announced a partnership with 3DSystems to produce a 3D printer that prints in chocolate. Imagine chocolate shaped like anything, maybe even with a hollow caramel maze inside or something.
Do you have a taste for Belgian chocolate? Then you’ll most likely develop a taste for Belgian stamps as well because they’re infused with cacao oil that lets you taste that rich, chocolatey flavor with every lick.
When I think of zombies and brains, I remember that hilarious music video that you can watch after you play all the levels of Plants vs. Zombies. You know, the one that goes “There’s a zombie on your lawn…“
This time around, though, you can turn the tables on those zombies and eat their brains instead.
My life changed when I sipped a shot of Bailey’s mixed with chocolate liquor. I guess you could say that my life changed at that point, because I never liked the taste of alcohol nor appreciated it all – until that very moment.
This chocolate sculpture of Bruce Willis was made for a press conference in Japan for the release of A Good Day To Die Hard. It looks even more like Bruce Willis than Joseph Gordon-Levitt did in Looper.
To celebrate its 33rd anniversary, a Japanese electronics company called IO Data is going to give away a special Valentine’s Day treat to three lucky online shoppers. It’s a chocolate bar that looks like a RAM module!
…and to the dentist’s office. Etsy seller Hans Chung has created the opposite of the camera that looks like a chocolate bar. I wonder which of the two is stranger. You be the judge. Behold! A life-size chocolate replica of the Canon D60, including a lens and battery grip.