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The first zero-g 3D printer is about to launch into orbit

Gravity. More than the name of a killer movie, it’s likely something we take for granted every single day. After all, nearly everything we do is reliant on the idea that stuff stays in place when we stop holding it. Astronauts don’t have that luxury,…

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Working Together: Artist Turns Her 2-Year Old Daughter’s Doodles Into Water Colors

mother-daughter-artists-1.jpg These are several examples of the collaborative work between 2-year old Eve and her mother Ruth. Eve begins the artistic process with some doodling, then Ruth comes in and adds watercolor. The results, well– “THEY BELONG IN A MUSEUM.” Dammit Indy, not everything belongs in a museum. In this case you’re right though. Still, you can’t just run around yelling that at everything you see. That’s like the boy who cried wolf. And you know what happened to him, don’t you? Eaten by a shark. Keep going for several more examples, a shot of the young virtuoso and a timelapse of the process.

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Working Together: Artist Turns Her 2-Year Old Daughter’s Doodles Into Water Colors

mother-daughter-artists-1.jpg These are several examples of the collaborative work between 2-year old Eve and her mother Ruth. Eve begins the artistic process with some doodling, then Ruth comes in and adds watercolor. The results, well– “THEY BELONG IN A MUSEUM.” Dammit Indy, not everything belongs in a museum. In this case you’re right though. Still, you can’t just run around yelling that at everything you see. That’s like the boy who cried wolf. And you know what happened to him, don’t you? Eaten by a shark. Keep going for several more examples, a shot of the young virtuoso and a timelapse of the process.

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Dutch Boy Turns Dead Pet Rat Into Flying Tri-Copter

flying-rat.jpg With the help of that weirdo that turned his dead cat into a quadrocopter, Dutch youngster Pepeijn Bruins now has a tri-copter created with the stuffed body of his beloved pet rat, Ratjetoe. Me? I would have just buried him…in an ancient Indian burial ground and brought him back to life.

Pepeijn said: “I loved him very much. He always liked to be cuddled and he would run up my clothes and hide.” Keen to keep his pet’s memory alive Pepeijn looked at ways of holding onto Ratjetoe. Luckily, if that’s how you want to put it, Dutch inventors Arjen Beltman and Bart Jansen were on hand to help him achieve his goal. The duo were naturally Pepeijn’s first port of call after seeing their previous work, which includes producing the world’s first stuffed, radio-controlled flying cat.

The inventors are also working on creating a flying shark copter. You know, because that’s something that should exist in this world. Will they use it in a prank to scare beachgoers?! *shaking Magic 8-Ball* Damn, this thing lost all its liquid. Keep going for a video of the rat taking flight.

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Giant inflatable slide turns into real-world ‘Katamari Damacy’ horror

You only ever think of the joyful, happy side of Keita Takahashi’s Katamari Damacy — the addictive mixture of Japanese pop art and unusual analog control that made the game a breakout hit on the PS2 around a decade ago. But did you consider the psychological trauma that your desire to roll up everything in sight would inflict on your innocent victims? You may not be able to play Katamari again after watching this darkly hilarious video of a tumbling inflatable slide run amok on a crowd of terrified beach-goers.

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Panasonic’s smart mirror turned me into a 1970s space princess

It was going to be either me or my male colleague. That’s a lie: It was absolutely going to be me. It was my last day at IFA, Europe’s biggest technology show, and Brad Molen and I were sitting inside a sparsely decorated smart home that Panasonic…

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Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s apocalypse novel ‘Good Omens’ is being adapted into a BBC Radio drama

The end of the world is coming soon…to radio. The BBC announced today that it has begun production on an audio drama adaptation of Good Omens, the hit 1990 comedic fantasy novel about the apocalypse from celebrated authors Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Both authors are onboard to help develop the miniseries, which has already begun recording in a secret location in London, for a scheduled airing on BBC Radio 4 sometime in December. It will span five half-hour-long episodes and one hour-long finale.

Dirk Maggis is directing, a natural choice given he was also the director of the BBC’s well-received radio adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere last year. The BBC also released a full voice cast list for Good Omens today, noting that…

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8 (Of The Subjectively) Prettiest Women Merged Into One

pretty-face.jpg This is the composite shot created by Marius Vibe of the top 8 most beautiful women (according to the 2011 ‘Most Beautiful Girls List’ Maxim issue) merged into one face. The women include Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Olivia Munn, Katy Perry, Cameron Diaz, Mila Kunis, Bar Refaeli, Anne Hathaway, and Natalie Portman. The result? A woman with three lips. That’s f***ing weird. I’ve never kissed a mutant before and I have no interest in starting now. Thanks to goldbar, who’s worth his weight in gold, because he is gold.

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LCD Soundsystem’s frontman is transforming tennis data into tunes

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy has dabbled in some weird stuff since the group split up three years ago, so the news that he’s now working with IBM to convert the back-and-forth cadence of tennis matches at the US Open into music… isn’t really a…

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LCD Soundsystem’s frontman is transforming tennis data into tunes

LCD Soundsystem’s James Murphy has dabbled in some weird stuff since the group split up three years ago, so the news that he’s now working with IBM to convert the back-and-forth cadence of tennis matches at the US Open into music… isn’t really a…

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