1,100 LEGO bricks used to make Reaper’s Hellfire Shotguns from Overwatch

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YouTuber ZaziNombies is renowned for recreating famous arsenal, from famed video games, completely out of LEGO bricks. His latest creation on the lines is a set of weaponry from Overwatch. ZaziNombies has made Reaper’s Hellfire Shotguns using 550 LEGO bricks each. The highly detailed shotguns aren’t the only Overwatch projects he has made. He recently created a 15 pound replica of Reinhardt’s hammer from 4,500 LEGO bricks. Read More…

Indian engineers build low cost 3D-Printed robotic hand that is lighter, more efficient

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As 3D-printing technology is achieving more perfection, the day isn’t far when amputees would be able to regain their mobility as well as functionality through brain-controlled complex prosthetic exactly like real limbs. A team of Indian engineers claims to have invented a 3D-Printed prosthetic hand that is way far efficient and affordable than currently available prosthetic in the market. The team from the Amrita University in India showcased its innovation at the tree-day International Robotics and Automation for Humanitarian Application (RAHA 2016) at Amrita University in Kollam, Kerala in India.

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This levitating Millennium Falcon is the best thing today [Video]

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We’ve seen a great deal of Star Wars Millennium Falcon models that have gripped us with their genius, but if you’d agree, there hasn’t been any as exciting as this levitating Millennium Falcon. Created by huge Star Wars fan, Twitter handle @HanakiMasatoshi, this Millennium Falcon model can levitate 2.8 inches above its base and is made well in time to celebrate release of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Read More…

Tiny DART-C charger for USB Type-C laptops can juice up your phone simultaneously

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FINsix launched DART – smallest laptop charger, back in September but it lacked the fast charging USB Type-C. Recently, the company announced DART-C, a USB Type-C charger for laptops. Yes, you heard that right. Billed as the world’s smallest charger for USB Type-C laptops, the DART-C could definitely shed some load off your backpack. OEMs have been constantly developing thinnest of laptops, but the ungainful chargers with bulky adaptors do no good to their case. A device like the DART-C however promises laptop users to carry light, yet charge their laptops as and when required. Read More…

Try a trick or two on this toboggan sled-style skateboard (Video)

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There’s nothing people wouldn’t do in the name of fun, but this one is far from fun, done specifically in the name of Christmas. Why on Earth would someone otherwise turn a toboggan-style sled into a freakin’ skateboard. You got to be nuts to do that, or rise up one day with Santa knocking you in the dream to come up with such a wired thing. Anyway, guys and Nub TV, already famous for their crazy videos on YouTube, have built a sled-skateboard for Christmas – and they haven’t just build it, the weirdos have even taken it for a spin, breaking some bones in the process. Watch the video and you’ll be surprised, just like the builders themselves, to see how well this damn thing fairs out. Merry Christmas lads – but don’t try this at home! Read More…

iPhone 8 could feature edge-to-edge curved display

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This is still too early to talk about iPhone 8, the next iPhone that’s slated to roll out in September 2017. Irrespective of the release date, rumors are ripe – the latest having that the iPhone 8 will be released with an OLED edge-to-edge curved display supplied to the Cupertino tech company by Samsung. The latest report coming from Korean media suggests Apple has ordered all plastic OLEDs (not glass) from Samsung Display. Read More…

Microsoft’s leading machine learning platform Cortana Intelligence Suite to help fight blindness

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The prestigious L V Prasad Eye Institute (LVPEI) in India has been working with global academic, medical, and technology institutes to enhance the quality of eye-care and to make it accessible to more people across the world. Now, Microsoft has announced collaboration with the LVPEI with the launch of Microsoft Intelligent Network for Eyecare (MINE). So, it has now become mission-driven global consortium of experts from every corner of the world. It matters a lot for estimated 285 million people suffering from blindness or eye-related diseases worldwide. Out this total sum, 55 million are in India only. By 2020, number of children with blindness is estimated to reach 2 million. Read More…

First look at Google’s self-driving, all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid minivan

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Waymo, earlier known as “Google Self-Driving Car Project”, has finally revealed first images of its joint venture with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) – fully autonomous, self-driving 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid Minivan. The images were released with the announcement of production of 100 unique minivans. Two partners worked swiftly to complete the assembly of the new minivan in just six months after it was kicked-off. The minivan packs Waymo’s fully self-driving system. The modifications were made in minivan’s electric, powertrain, chassis and structural systems to optimize the self-driving technology. Read More…

HandEnergy uses the power of your body to charge gadgets

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There is nothing more sickening than running out of battery on your smartphone, camera or a flashlight, especially when you are not close to the grid. Even if you have the charger along, and don’t find a power outlet nearby, you feel handicapped as you cannot charge your device. Enter, HandEnergy, a ball-shaped pocket electricity generator that lets you charge your smart device with nothing more than the power of your body. The HandEnergy is fitted with a metal coil, magnets and battery – the battery on the device can be charged by rotating it with the hand and the power can then be used to charge a gadget of choice. Read More…

Nostalgic 3D virtual tour of first and original Air Force One

Would you like to visit the first Air Force One that served as the dedicated presidential carrier for Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon? The plane was first introduced in 1959 and is currently on display at Seattle’s Museum of Flight. However, a virtual tour of the aircraft is available for all. If you have a pair of Google Cardboard or Samsung Gear VR HUD, then the experience would be enhanced as compared to the simple 3D model.
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