3D-printed bacon möbius strip looks delicious (and other things we didn’t cover)


It’s Call of Duty day, which means the fall crush of video game releases is just about finished. Now that you can have a chance to get away from deluge of games, read up on other things happening in the world, including the ones in today’s edition of GeekBytes.

Holy carp, 'Deus Ex' is real! [BeBionic]

Deus Ex: Human Revolution was an incredibly cool game that focused around the idea of futuristic prosthetics so good that everyone voluntarily turned themselves into cyborgs. At the time, it seemed like technology that was years away from real-life, but maybe not. The BeBionic 3 robotic hand is possibly the most dexterous prosthetic I’ve ever seen. It lets you drink a beer, crack an egg, and carry out other everyday tasks, and it’s controlled though you regular arm muscles. [via Tested]

This throwable camera might as well be UAV in a ball [Bounce Imaging]

Throwable cameras—or throwing your own real camera—is all the rage these days. Now the military and first-responders are getting into the game too with a throwable scout camera. The idea is that soldiers, police, or firefighters can get a lay of the land before going in harm’s way by throwing the camera to get a 360-degree view of its surroundings. [via Dvice]

3D-printed Möbius Bacon Strip [Shapeways]

If only this möbius bacon strip could be truly infinite or made of real meat. At least we’re somewhat closer to themeat part of the equation. [via Make]

If 'The Magic School Bus' were a movie... [YouTube]

If this was actually a real movie, the world and time itself would literally stop in a moment of sheer glee as 90’s kids around the world celebrated.

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