Woz and Machete want revenge (and other things we didn’t cover)

Danny Trejo's Vengeance/Facebook

In today’s edition of GeekBytes, we’re going to take a look at some very odd stories from around the Web. I mean, even stranger than usual. What are you waiting for? Read on, already!

Danny Trejo and Steve Wozniak team up in iOS game [Facebook]

Unlikely duos often serve as some of the greatest entertainment. Who didn’t giggle uncontrollably as Sinbad and Arnold Schwarzenegger nearly killed each other over a Christmas toy? [ಠ_ಠ —Ed.] Prepare yourself for an even less likely pairing: Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, is set to digitally co-star in an iOS game based on Danny Trejo’s Vengeance, a movie slated for release next year. Danny Trejo's Vengeance (Woz With A Coz) will be out later this month. [via Engadget]

The future of the self-portrait: 3D-printing your own skeleton [Bergervroom.nl]

Caspar Berger is a Dutch sculptor who is most famous for his self-portraits, so how could 3D printing factor in to his craft? By printing a scale model of his skeleton, of course. Berger used a combination of CT scans and 3D printers to replicate parts of his skeleton, including an upper arm bone and his skull. He cast the arm bone replica in gold, and reconstructed his face on the 3D-printed skull. [via 3ders]

Watch the process below:

Deoest undergarments deodorize your whole body [Rakuten]

Do you have any friends who never seem to be able to eliminate their unfortunate odors no matter how hard they try? A product from Japan could be a solution for them! The Deoest line of underwear contains odor-absorbing ceramic particles that keep men and women smelling fresh throughout the day. Seiren, the creators of Deoest, have also expanded the lineup to include undershirts, socks, and pillows. Outfit your whole house in Deoest products, and you might never smell anything ever again! [via Wired]

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