Gone are the days where homemade firearms look clunky and unreliable. Thanks to 3D printing, homemade firearms are a norm. If you have been living under the rock… yes, 3D-printed firearms is a thing and it is not exclusive to the military no more. The Liberator 12K was one example and man, it is unnerving […]
I am not the kind of eat while I work. However, if you do eat while working and if you work in, say, a relatively clean workshop, well then you are going to like what Emiel, The Practical Engineer, did. He designed and built a hands-free Oreo dispenser with an accompanying Milk dispenser.
Well, this is a collaboration we didn’t see coming and it is a collab that can be really fun. We are talking about Teenage Engineering collab with flat-pack furniture giant, IKEA. The two has jointly introduced the Frekvens line of speakers and lights, which are available at select IKEA stores as we speak.
For those can’t hardly wait for the Cybertruck, you can get your fix for this polarizing geometric electric vehicle by with a LEGO model, craft one out of a piece of paper, or if you have a 3D printer at your disposal, you can print one scale model out of material of your choice.
For the record, the post title does not mean Ivan Miranda scaled up a NERF gun like Mark Rober and a few others did. He actually custom a NERF-style Gatling gun from the ground and it is MASSIVE.
What you see here is the Hero Arm 3D-printed Bionic Arm. It should really be called superhero bionic arm because, it is here to enable freedom for below arm amputees.
What you see here is a glove, a 3D printed glove from Jaguar Land Rover’s Garden site, also the home to one of the largest 3D printing facilities in the U.K. Yes. Affirmative. That is a glove, alright. However, it is not the glove you thought you know.
You may remember Italian design firm CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati for its Scribit wall-crawling scribbling robot, among the many other pretty mind-blowing stuff. Well, they have made headlines again, this time for a project it has done for global energy exploration company, ENI.
Niantic’s latest augmented reality, get-out-and-play, Pokémon GO game, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is all the rage now. Wait. Is it really ‘all the rage’? Maybe not. Never mind if it is not, though. All that matter is, if you are totally into it, you will want these Harry Potter-inspired wand styluses and spell trace stencils. […]
IKEA is not usually a name you will associate with gaming, but that somehow changes with this latest collaboration between the Swedish flat-pack furniture giant and prosthetic maker Unyq and educational e-sports company Area Academy. In this collaboration, IKEA will offer a line of personalized accessories for gamers called Uppkoppla.