A decapitated mannequin head is disturbing enough on its own, but things get even more creepy when the guys from the Waterjet Channel get their hands on a mannequin head, and subject it to their powerful 60,000 PSI waterjet cutter.
It’s the end times! No, not really. Just humans doing what they do and creating some really awesome stuff or just being stupid, depending on your perspective. Check out this video from Brazilian shirt store Camisaria Colombo, who attached a bunch of headless 2D mannequins with their clothes to hexacopters, and then launched them sky-high.
We’ve already seen how the fashion industry can make use of robotics to make life easier for shoppers. But a Japanese clothing chain called United Arrows also found a way to use robots to make things more fun for window shoppers.
A company called Fits.Me has invented robotic mannequins that can emulate thousands of different body types. The – wait, eager commenter. Before you launch into an immaculately-spelled, benevolent and profanity-free tirade deriding the laziness of man, let me assure you: Fits.Me knows that it’s easier to put the clothes on yourself to find out if they’re your size and style.
Here’s one of the stranger computer mods I’ve seen in a long while. No, you’re not looking at the latest in teledildonics. Nope, what we’ve got here is a Windows PC made from an old lingerie mannequin.