The people who are preserved in the form of life-size statues usually have done something noteworthy and amazing. Thanks to 3D printing technology and New York startup Body Labs, now any schmuck with some cash to burn can put a replica of their body on display, no accomplishments required. Body Labs, along with design firmVoodoo […]

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Is there an Internet rule that says if someone comes up with an amazing piece of technology, someone else will figure out how to make food with it? There should be, because thats the only way to explain Dippin Dots and now this 3D pancake printer. After raising over $460,000 on Kickstarter, PancakeBot is now […]

Dubai says it has completed the world’s first 3D-printed office building. While other construction projects have at least partly relied on 3D printers, the Dubai government says this entire building is printer-made, even the furnishings and interior designs. And it’s not just for show: The office is supposed to be a functional workspace, with phone hookups, water, electricity […]

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If you’ve ever seen a 3D printer in action, then you already know they’re a remarkable feat of modern engineering. Case in point: So powerful 3D printers are, hmmm? GIF via BusyBotz 3D Printing/YouTube. But they’re great for a lot more than statuettes and tchotchkes. Today, 3D printers are being used as a lower-cost manufacturing […]

What would you do if you had to choose between having cancer or having a chest? Suppose you’re 54 years old and you suddenly find out that a cancerous bone tumor known as a chest wall sarcoma has devoured your sternum and part of your ribcage. For all of the remarkable advancements that have been […]

With the help of 3D-printing, this kitten is learning to walk again. In early September, Cassidy the kitten was found near death starving and stumbling around a Canadian forest. After nineweeks of somehow surviving by himself, he was taken into care by the non-profitcat sanctuary Tiny Kittens. When rescued, he weighed less than half a […]

A U.K. based robotics company and Disney have joined forces to create 3D-printed prosthetic arms that will get any kid (or even adult) excited. Open Bionics has created three designs: a glittery arm inspired by Elsa from Frozen, a robotic arm designed to look like Tony Starks Iron Man and a lightsaber-themed Star Wars hand. […]

Technology is how humanity puts its smartest minds into its dumbest hands. Invention short-circuits ideas and intelligence, arming idiots with equipment they can’t even spell, let alone operate safely. Tools are how we outran the rest of evolution by getting into a car we’d invented. But it turns out tools are complex, because when you […]

What do Luke Skywalker, Iron Man, and Elsa of Arendelle have in common? Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images. Well for starters, they are three of the most popular characters to ever grace the movie screen. They also happen to be go-to favorites for children to imitate be it in their behaviors, the way they dress […]

Move aside, gold teeth: there could soon be a 3D printed alternative in town. They may not have such a gangster-esque ring to them, but the idea is not to look cool; its to help keep pesky microbes away. Making 3D printed body parts isnt exactly a new thing: scientists have createdlimbs, bones, eyes and […]

When Doc and Marty travelled forward in time from 1985 and landed the DeLorean on October 21, 2015, they found a world of flying cars, hover boards and 3D holographic technology. Some of the technologies predicted are now a reality of sorts, but the world of Back to The Future II is not quite what […]

“We can’t follow what Mercedes do. We want to beat people who are out-speeding us. If you can innovate, and not just follow what other people out there are doing, then you give yourself a chance.” And Mr Hackland, who is in his second year at Williams, says that he has seen an improvement over […]

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“The benefit of the experience in store for the whole family is that children and adults can learn about the technology of 3D printing and ingredients in food,” Managing Director of Katjes Fassin UK, Melissa Snover, told Retail Gazzette. “Other confectioners haven’t been able to bring anything like this to market, but we’ve spent many […]

Our micro-planter chess set is about fusing 3D printing and nature. We are trained architects – Kae Woei and Elena try, who try to find humour in designs, by adding a little element of playfulness in day-to-day products. Chess pieces allow nature lovers to integrate their favorite succulents or herbs into the chess board. Each […]

Stephen Davies, who is missing an arm, received a free prosthetic from Team Unlimbited e-Nable, and soon became a volunteer for the organization. When Davies learned that there was an 8-year-old-girl from Bristol who also needed prosthetic arm, he saw a chance to pay his good fortune forward: he designed an arm for Isabella, and […]

For fans of BioWares role-playing game series Mass Effect, this Saturday is more than just another day. Its a day when players observe the holiday known as N7 Day. If youre wondering why Nov. 7 is the perfect day to celebrate the franchise, it all comes down to the N7. In the series the main […]

A community called Robots for Good has come together to help kids stuck in Great Ormond Street Hospital in London visit the zoo. If the name hasnt given it away, the project involves robots, but perhaps not in the way you might be thinking. The group is 3D printing a life-size humanoid robot that strolls, […]

3D printing is one of a number of technologies that have bloomed and spread across the world incredibly rapidly in the last decade. Prosthetics for amputees, rocket parts, and bridges have all been built using 3D printers, and recently, researchers demonstrated how to print out the structures for human organs using biological material. This month, […]

After a few minutes of surgery and a slightly alarming quantity of blood, Jes (akaTwitter user @_BirdMachine) achieved her latest cyborg upgrade. Nestled under the skin of her left hand was a Northstar V1 device, glowing a soft red beneath the bandages. Jes is one of the programmers for Grindhouse Wetware, an open-source startup catering […]

Eleven-year-old Baylee Abbott may be missing fingers on one hand, but what she lacks in physicality, she makes up for tenfold in intelligence. After using prosthetics for her entire life, she came across a project called Enabling the Future, which gave her an idea. She could build her own custom prosthetics with a little help […]

As 3D printing and artificial nerve technologies grow more complex, engineers get closer to replicating the fully functional prosthetic body parts of science fiction. Video game company Konami is taking things a step further by commissioning a Metal Gear Solid-themedlimb for a fan. In Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, protagonist Snake wakes up […]

Tiny Tumbles will soon be able to run and play, thanks to rescuers at Friends of Shelter Dogs in Athens, Ohio, andThe Ohio University Innovation Center. After a shelter volunteer rescued Tumbles at just two weeks old, the good people at the Innovation Center, on recommendation from a localveterinarian, made him a 3D-printedwheelchairto improve his […]

Meet Tumbles. Thanks to the use of 3D-printing, this very lucky little puppy is able to walk again. The puppy was taken to the Friends of the Shelter Dogs (FOSD) in Athens, Ohio, when he was just 2weeks old. The 0.7-kilogram (1.5-pound) terrier mix was born without his front legs. His disability left him struggling […]

Doctors have performed complex surgery successfully on a womans tangled brain aneurysm after 3D printing an entire replica of her brain blood vessel anatomy. By physically visualizing the exact problem, surgeons were ableto get a detailed idea of how to fix it. This also allowed the surgeons to practice time and again the techniques they […]

“Imagine not knowing what Mona Lisa’s smile looks like, or Van Gogh’s sunflowers. Imagine you heard people talking about them and knew they existed, but could never experience them for yourself. For the millions of people who are blind, that’s a reality,” the project explains in a video. They use 3D imaging and sand-based 3D […]

What do you do if you want an accessory that comes in a video game bundle but dont want to spend the money on the old games it includes? 3D print your own of course. Thats what Redicubricks‘s Valcrow did when seeing that Bethesda included a cool mini nuke storage case with the Fallout anthology […]

3D printing is slowly becoming invaluable in medicine. Not only can scientists make 3D-printed body parts, but they can also use the technology to help guide life-saving surgery. Just last week, for example, we heard the story of a team practicing brain surgery using a 3D replica of a womans entire brain vasculature. And now, […]

Vincent the cat was born without most of his hind limbs, which left him unable to walk. But when Cindy Jones of rural Iowa first laid eyes on him at an animal shelter, she thought he was purr-fect.  Jones’ daughter, Emily, attends veterinary school at Iowa State University, and thought one of her teachers may be […]

Imagine Palmyra rebuilt as if Isis had never arrived, or Kathmandu restored to its pre-quake glory. As the V&As special pavilion at the Venice Biennale shows, we now have the technology to create perfect copies of cities but should we? The 2,000-year-old city of Palmyra was once Syrias most popular tourist attraction. Walking through the […]

You can now 3D print your own true-to-life lightsaber, assuming you have a 3D printer on hand. The folks at 3D printing company, Ultimaker, came up with a complex design for a light saber. Designer Jacky Wan came up with the print for May the Fourth be With You Day in 2014. But, as the […]

Coinciding with the historic Paris climate change agreement, sporting goods giantadidashas shown off its new sneakers. Made of a combination of plastic found in the ocean, recycled polyester, and fishing nets, these sustainable shoes were 3D printed. For now, theyre just a prototype, but this collaborative effort with Parley for the Oceans shows what can […]

As the year ramps up to its end of seasonfinale, its always interesting to look backthrough the lens ofGoogle’s top searches to see what issues got our hivemind ticking over the past 12 months. In 2014, it was Robin Williams, Ebola, the FIFA World Cup, Malaysia Airlines, and Ice Bucket Challengesthattickled our curiosity and had […]

The human body is a source of mystery. But every year, scientists get just a little better at understanding its secrets.  Of course, 2015 has been no different. In the past year, researchers have created better access to proven therapies, developed futuristic new technologies that may change the way we approach disease and even enacted more complete […]

The Internet gets blamed for many societal ills, including making us dumber, fatter, and ruining our sleep cycles.But what if the Internet could equip you with practical real-world skills? Whether it’s learning aforeign language or learning to code, it turns out there’s no shortage of useful knowledge out there on the Internet. Here are some […]

Maker and 3D printing enthusiast, Mojoptix, has designed a digital sundial that displays time with actual digits! The shape of the sundial was mathematically designed to only let through certain rays from the sun at the right time/angle. The sundial displays time from 10:00 until 16:00, updating every 20 minutes. As Mojoptix adds, “no batteries, […]

In 2015, science helped us learn a lot about the universe were living in. From the tiniest molecules making up the building blocks of matter to gigantic planetary systems billions of light years away, we witnessed countless scientific discoveries, advancements, and inventions this year. Say hello to Neil DeGrasse Tyson, king of science. Regular people […]

Doctors have successfully implanted a 3D-printed nose onto a person for the first time in the U.S., according to New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital, which wrote about the surgery on its blog Monday. When Dallan Jennet was just 9 years old, he fell on a live power line near his home in the Marshall Islands […]

Will we live in buildings made out of waste, heavily surveilled smart cities, or maybe floating communities designed to cope with rising sea levels? Amid the much-mythologised graffiti that appeared around Sorbonne University during the French civil unrest in May 1968, one line still stands out as intriguing and ambiguous: The future will only contain […]

Deep in the Mojave Desert, students from the University of California, San Diego, launched their Vulcan-1, a liquid-fueled rocket featuring an engine totally made of 3D-printed parts. The launch on Saturday, May 21, was the result of more than 100,000 collective hours of work by members of the Students for the Exploration and Development of […]

3D printing has changed manufacturing, and its uses run the gamut of functionality from giving people mobility to changing the way surgeries are performed. But until now, 3D printing ceramicsthe strong material unaffected by extreme heat used in things like jet engines and nuclear machinerywas extremely limited. A new 3D-printing invention could change the way […]

Derby is a dog (obviously). Derby has a congenital leg deformity which pretty much renders his front legs unusable. Sad. On the plus side,Tara Anderson adopted Derby from the Peace and Paws Dog Rescue last year and, with her numerous skills with project management and 3D-printing, she made him some lovely new legs. The new […]

Once again, 3D-printed prosthetics have helped out a particularly cute pet. Derby was born without his front paws and small forelegs. As his first owners were unable to provide him with the care he required, Derby was given to Peace and Paws dog rescue in New Hampshire. With a stroke of luck, he was spotted […]

This is the adorable dog named Derby, and due to a congenital leg deformity he hasn’t been able to really run around and be a dog before. Thanks to 3D prosthetics though Derby will now be able to live the rest of his life like he was always meant – with four functioning paws! Now […]

Playtime just got personal for Lego fans everywhere. An online business called Funky 3D Faces is creating custom, 3D-printed Lego heads that look like you, for $30 a head. “EveryBODY loves Lego — this is the opportunity to have their own head made into miniature to fit on to their favourite Lego minifigures,” the U.K.-based […]

With the help of computer software and 3D printing, a company called3DPhotoworksis hopingto open-up a whole new world of painting and photography to blind people. Their process involves scanning 2D paintings and converting theminto digital data.Using computer software,digital conversion specialists “manually” include information thatcan account for the sense of depth in the images. This information […]

All you need to do is to send the company two photos of your face – one from the front and another from the side. You’ll also have to provide a LEGO minifigure.

The table was accomplished via use of wood, steel, and 3D printing technology. It costs a cool 4000 euros. As for the designer, Stelios Moussaris comes from Cyprus. He worked for Fosters and Partners as a model maker and as an assistant designer at Duffy London before striking out on his own with the “Moussaris” […]

Remember Napster or Grokster? Both services allowed users to share computer files usually digital music that infringed the copyrights for those songs. Now imagine that, instead of music, you could download a physical object. Sounds like something from a sci-fi movie push a button and theres the item! But that scenario is already becoming a […]

He was caught up in a bushfire that happened in Brazil and tragically lost his house. His name is Freddy, a tortoise, and his house is the shell on his back. Amazingly a team of volunteers decided to do something, not just incredible, but groundbreaking. They would make a 3-D printed tortoise shell for Freddy. […]

In countries like Africa, the illegal poaching of animals has become so severe that species are slowly beginning to fade out. One of the animals in particularthat is quickly approaching extinction is the highly sought after white rhino. The animal, which can normally live up to 50years in the wild and have multiple babies, has […]

Life with a physical disability can be very difficult, especially when you’re young and just want to run around having fun like all the other kids your age. In the following video, we meet a little girl named Isabella who is a little different from her friends. She does all the same things other 8-year-olds […]

3D printing is capable of some incredible things, from creating huge bridges, prosthetics for amputees, and even human hearts using biological ink. Jumping on this bandwagon, the asteroid mining company Planetary Resources hasbeen flaunting their own attempts at 3D printing at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. The results are literally out-of-this-world 3D […]

You may associate cosmetics giant LOral with attractive women swishing their shiny locks and uttering that famous four-word axiom, but the company has ambitions far greater than making your lipstick kiss-proof. Alongside lauding and encouraging women in science, the company has a Technology Incubator dedicated to innovations in tech. And it seems its being put […]

With the likes ofGodzilla, King Kong, andthe Stay Puft Marshmallow Man,colossal creatures go hand in hand with New York City.However, itslatest giants introduction was a lot more civilized. On the morning ofJanuary 14, New Yorks American Museum of Natural History unveiled itsnew resident to packed crowds: a life-sized skeleton cast of a titanosaur. This titanosauris […]

A drive down the St Louis street changed Melvin Whites life now his nonprofit Beloved Streets of America is trying to make them thrive despite the odds A drive down Dr Martin Luther King Drive in St Louis changed Melvin Whites life. Roaming the city, he noticed for the first time that the street named […]

When the original 3×3 Rubik’s Cube hit the market back in the day it was the original 3D puzzle. Soon, variations with four and even five rows began to circulate. But this is 2016, so professional puzzle masterCorenpuzzledecided to take things to the max. Using his own 3D printer, he built the world largest Rubik’s […]

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(Courtesy of Adidas) Undone shoe laces are a menace for many, but thanks to the innovators at Adidas, they wont be bothering some soccer players any longer. German footballer Mesut Ozil is one of the faces for the athletic apparel and shoe giant’s ACE 16+ PURECONTROL. On its website, Adidas wrote that instead of laces, […]

The advent of 3D printers supposedly means we can manufacture anything in our homes. But in reality most existing home 3D printers can only make things out of certain plastics, although there are industrial systems that can print certain metals. What has so far been out of reach is a way to 3D print high-tech […]

If you’ve been playing video games since you were a kid, then you probably have quite a collection of old cartridges. You might not have a console that will still play them, but these classic titles hold memories that make you hesitate to get rid of them. Of course storing them can take up precious […]

Shubham Banerjee created a low-cost Braille printer with a toy. Now, the 13-year-olds startup is attracting investors and shaking up an industry to help the visually impaired When not disrupting an industry, growing his company or pitching prospective clients, Shubham Banerjee can be found meeting his board, brainstorming with engineers or knocking on the doors […]

We all understand that technological progress has its dark trade-offs. See: pollution, carpal tunnel syndrome, the fact that our telecommunications system has facilitated the ascendance of the Kardashian family as living gods. But given the cornucopia of newfangled doodads we’re immersed in daily, we tend be less aware of when our gadgets start sucking a […]

Lucy suffered heart failure at four weeks old. Her kidneys subsequently failed after being starved of oxygen. She was put on kidney dialysis until she was old enough to go through with a transplant. Image copyright Chris Boucher Image caption Lucy spent two years on kidney dialysis before the transplant “So essentially, this [the 3D […]

3D printing and design expertise enabled six children with upper-limb differences to build prosthetics that gave them superpowers In a hidden room in the back of a pier overlooking the San Francisco Bay, a young girl shoots glitter across the room with a flick of her wrist. On the other side of the room, a […]

Expectant parents can be an odd bunch. They’re usually bundles of nerves as their due dates get closer and closer. While they’re understandably nervous, they’re usually pretty excited to meet their new additions. This excitement is good, but it can sometimes lead them to do bizarre things — things like getting decidedly creepy 3-D models […]

Thanks to thehelp ofvolunteer groupthe”Animal Avengers,”three-dimensional printing has come to the rescue ofan animal in need once again. Thistortoise was discovered by veterinarian Rodrigo Rabello after it had lost an estimated 85 percent of its shell to a forest fire in Brazil. He named the femaletortoise Freddy, because of herresemblance toFreddyKreuger of”A Nightmare on Elm […]

When the Carolina Panthers defense takes the field on Super Bowl Sunday against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, the first-ever 3D-printed equipment will likely make its NFL debut. Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis will be wearing a customized 3D-printed brace, cradling the injury he suffered in the first half of the NFC title game against […]

If you’re a fan of Pokemon and plants – your life is about to get better. Thanks to NY 3D printing farm PrintAWorld, you can combine both of your likings into one! The company offers you a chance to train your own Bulbasaur Pokemon by planting a succulent plant in it. The 3D-printed planter comes […]

Extracting minerals in space will be costly and challenging, but the biggest difficulty may lie in a treaty over who owns the moon When Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong hoisted the Stars and Stripes on the moon, the act was purely symbolic. Two years earlier, mindful of Cold War animosity, the government of Luxembourg has […]

(Dreamstime) A new transparent, bendable pressure sensor could be incorporated into a pair of latex gloves and one day help doctors check women for breast cancer, without requiring X-rays, researchers say. Doctors often touch and feel patients’ bodies, applying small amounts of pressure with their hands, when assessing patients’ health. For instance, any hard spots […]

This article contains sexually explicit material. With each passing year, sex toys bring us closer to the sort of future that science fiction has always promised would come. OK, maybe most of the popular sci-fi films and novels didn’t really mention sex toysnevertheless, the future of sex tech is here and these aren’t your mother’s […]

Reproducing biological tissue structures in a laboratory is becoming increasingly commonplace. Recent research has already shown that complex heart structures, such as branching artery patterns, can be 3D printed using biological ink. Now, a new study in the journal Advanced Healthcare Materials has revealed that cotton candy machines, of all things, may hold the key […]

Jason Segel and Olivia Munn hosted the Academys Scientific and Technical Awards on Saturday night in Los Angeles Every year, around two weeks before Hollywoods highest-profile players convene for the Oscars, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hosts a sidebar awards event affectionally known in Tinseltown as the nerds Oscars. The evening, officially […]

A new 3D printer which uses biodegradable materials to form a tissue shape and living cells as ink could be used to print tissues and organs A bioprinter a three dimensional printer that uses living cells in suspension as its ink, and injection nozzles that can follow a CT scan blueprint brings the dream of […]

Need some new muscle? Well print that for you. In a tremendous stride forwards for the field of regenerative medicine, researchers in the U.S. have managed to invent a 3D printer capable of churning out human-scale, living tissues that survived and integrated when implanted into an animal. While its still early days, the team demonstrated […]

View-Master (Mattel). Mattel touted an impressive virtual reality upgrade for its iconic view-master toy at this weeks Toy Fair 2016 in New York. Last year the toymaker teamed up with Google to give the iconic View-Master toy a virtual reality revamp using Google Cardboard. At Toy Fair 2016, Mattel unveiled its new View-Master DLX headset, […]

These days, 3D printing is never far from the public eye. Its vast and imaginative array of applications is constantly growing, from life-saving medical implants to life-ending firearms. Now, architects and structural engineers have started experimenting with the technology in an effort to, quite literally, change the world we live in. Theres no denying that […]

We’re taking a look back at the trends and highlights of the many interactive toys and smart electronics on display at the 2016 International Toy Fair in New York. The fair itself declared 2016 to be the year of brain boosters, STEAM (Science, Engineering, Arts, and Math)-related toys and collectibles, as well as family games […]

How many times have you stuck a stick in the ground to use as a sundial, only to realize that you still have no idea what time it is? French Etsy shop Mojoptix has solved the problem that was the Curse of Rome by 3D-printing “It’s all just a really super-fancy shadow show” “The shape […]

We’ve shy about covering the literally murder one of its few practical effects in favor of a cartoon theropod orgy. “Hey, remember all those dinosaurs you loved as a kid? Now they’re dead as shit!” But there’s good news: A lot of recent movies have done a bang-up job balancing real-world trickery with dazzling digital […]

While Lego will always have a rightful place in childhood memories, toy maker Mattel has decided to movewith the times and release a 3D printer aimed at children. Mattel announceditsmachine ThingMaker atNew York Toy Fair earlier this month. Some of you may remember the original ThingMaker from the 1960s which involved making toy parts withheated […]

Gigi’s got a blingy new beak. The macaw, recently rescued from captivity in Brazil, is eating solid foods again after being fitted with the world’s first 3D-printed titanium parrot bill. Online footage shows Gigi using her colorful new prosthesis to contentedly munch on a snack: Read more:

In the skies above rhinoceros preserves in the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, silent, fixed-wing drones patrol parks for poachers. The unmanned aerial drones are part of the new Air Shepherd program from the Lindbergh Foundation, an initiative to deploy surveillance drones to popular poaching areas in South Africa in an effort to stop […]

Report predicts growing threat from swarm attacks, genetic weapons and cyber-warfare Britain could become increasingly vulnerable to attack from an array of novel threats including swarm attacks, genetic weapons, cyber-attacks and new pathogens as hostile powers and extremist groups obtain more lethal weapons, a study by a Ministry of Defence thinktank warns. The study, an […]

Created by the Varkey Foundation, the charitable arm of the GEMS international education firm, the prize and Oscars-style ceremony are intended to raise the status of the teaching profession. Mr Hegarty, from Preston Manor School in Wembley, north London, is the only UK teacher in the final shortlist, in a competition that had 8,000 entries […]

At this year’s Geneva International Motor Show, tire manufacturer Goodyear unveiled a concept tire dubbed the Eagle-360. The spherical, 3-D printed tire is aimed at the long-term future when autonomous driving is expected to be more mainstream, allowing for what they call ‘ultimate manoeuvrability’. The concept tire also features sensors that communicated road and weather […]

The UK, Australia, Japan and Germany have all taken measures to reduce gun homicides. Can the US learn anything from them? Thirty people will be shot dead in America today. On average. It could be more. If its less, then more will die tomorrow. Or the next day. The United Statess gun homicide rate is […]

RUN BABY RUN is a 3D printed animation, created 100% in camera, on location, with no green-screen or digital trickery. Over 2,500 unique photos were shot in the making of the video Read more:

Cant Imagine Shapes in 4 Dimensions? Just Print Them Out

Last spring, mathematician Henry Segerman found a peculiar post on Facebook. It was by a programmer who had could not conjure mental images—a condition called aphantasia. Segerman immediately recognized that he lives with the same limitation. When I try to visualize something, I dont see anything, he says. Which is curious—because Segerman, 37, has made […]

Mom Gives Birth To Conjoined Twins. Now, They Look So Different Separated

A couple is praising strangers around the world for making their dream come true. Yu Dang and Zhou Li were able to pay for their conjoined twins’ $60,000 separation thanks to the donations of kind strangers. Yu Ce Yuan and Yu Ce Xiang, nicknamed James and Harley, were born joined at the abdomen. The twins […]

Youngstown, Ohio: why voters are supporting Trump in a bellwether city

The Republican presidential candidate may not be intellectually there, but supporters in Mahoning County say hes better than the alternative Autumn leaves colour the wooded hills along Ohios State Route 82 and the blue signs promoting presidential candidates along the verge pop against the scarlet and lemon foliage. Some pollsters have state that can make […]

Want to beat facial recognition? Get some funky tortoiseshell glasses

Eyewear printed with a wild pattern can be enough to fool commercial systems into misidentification, research shows A team of researchers from Pittsburghs Carnegie Mellon University have created sets of eyeglasses that can prevent wearers from being identified by facial recognition systems, or even fool the technology into identifying them as completely unrelated individuals. In […]

Britain’s new pound coin may not fit into vending machines

 (Courtesy The Royal Mint) Outraged Brits have been left feeling shortchanged (pun intended) after learning that the British one-pound coin will take on a new shape next year, losing its roundness in favor of a pristine (and controversial) 12-sided polygon. According to The Royal Mint, which is responsible for making and distributing all British coins, […]

Try not to drool as this chef 3D prints a gorgeous French pastry

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