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L’impression 3D dépassée ? Place à la MicroUsine

L’impression 3D dépassée ? Place à la MicroUsine | News we like | Scoop.it

Les imprimantes 3Ds sont sur le point d’être mises à niveau. Imaginez une fusion entre l’impression tridimensionnelle et le fameux Charly Robot (ou consor) que nous avons tous eu au collège. Ainsi, la dernière version pourrait non seulement imprimer des objets, mais aussi les couper et les graver, rendant ainsi le tout beaucoup plus polyvalent.


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L'incroyable transformation d'un SDF

L'incroyable transformation d'un SDF | News we like | Scoop.it
Un sans-abri, vétéran de l'armée américaine, a été relooké par une association américaine.
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White guy wins after leading voters to believe he’s black

White guy wins after leading voters to believe he’s black | News we like | Scoop.it
Dave Wilson chuckles as he talks about his unorthodox political campaign. "I'd always said it was a long shot," Wilson says.
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The Architectural Trickery Used to Disguise D.C. Monument Renovations

The Architectural Trickery Used to Disguise D.C. Monument Renovations | News we like | Scoop.it
Washington D.C. is getting old. To other countries, our nation's capital might seem like a spring chicken, but it's actually aging rapidly—a fact proven by the scaffolding that's draped around some of its most important monuments this year.
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These Printable Liquid Crystal Lasers Could Be the Future of Anti-Counterfeit Technology

These Printable Liquid Crystal Lasers Could Be the Future of Anti-Counterfeit Technology | News we like | Scoop.it

CAMBRIDGE, U.K. — Someday soon, liquid crystal lasers that can be printed onto product labels could join the arsenal of weapons being used to combat counterfeit goods. These lasers reflect light in a way that can distinguish the real deal from laser-less, fraudulent knockoffs.

Detecting the printed lasers is as easy as scanning a price tag at a grocery store checkout counter. Damian Gardiner, a physicist and engineer at the University of Cambridge, recently demonstrated the method on a package of Chinese tea with a printed laser label. He aimed a detector at the mark on the box. A clean, clear spike popped up on his computer screen indicating that the package was legit.

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10 Surprisingly Inspirational Quotes from Evil People

10 Surprisingly Inspirational Quotes from Evil People | News we like | Scoop.it
Whether it's a moving quote made by comic book writer Bill Watterson or singer Janis Joplin, it's easy to find an inspiration from great people who've done great things.
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Up and Coming Navigation Trends

Up and Coming Navigation Trends | News we like | Scoop.it
Website navigations have been getting more and more creative over the recent couple or so years. Our browsers are capable of handling crazy animations and interactions but at the same time our design style is calling for simpler and sleeker designs.
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The Weird Math Behind Paper Sizes

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Despite all the talk of the paperless office, for some reason most of us still seem to drown under piles of dead tree.
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The Simpsons Has Been Tricking You Into Learning Math for Decades

The Simpsons Has Been Tricking You Into Learning Math for Decades | News we like | Scoop.it
For years, The Simpsons has been advancing what writer David X. Cohen calls "a decades-long conspiracy to secretly educate cartoon viewers." (The Simpsons has been tricking you into learning math for decades.
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6 Buildings That Are Hiding in Plain Sight

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We're used to hearing about military camouflage, which has been used to hide everything from ships to whole towns.
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The Rise and Fall of the Midnight Ghost Shows

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Throughout the 1930s and '40s, Americans flocked to their local movie theaters to be scared out of their wits. Sure, they loved the classic movies of the time like Frankenstein, Dracula and The Mummy.
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Who Actually Owns Your Favorite Beer

Who Actually Owns Your Favorite Beer | News we like | Scoop.it
Thirsty? Nothing like an ice cold Leinenkugel or a Goose Island. Infinitely better than that watered-down Natty Light or, worse, Keystone.... right?
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Norwegian TV to broadcast 9 hour knitting show tonight

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In an attempt to beat the world 'sheep to sweater' record, a team of Norwegian knitters will shear a ewe on live TV before spinning its wool and knitting a jumper in the shortest possible time. (would such programming work anywhere else?
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Brute Forcing an Android Phone

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[Brett's] girlfriend is very concerned about cell phone security -- So much so that she used a PIN so secure, even she couldn't remember it. Beyond forgetting the PIN, the phone also had encryption...
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Montre Pebble : Test de la smartwatch

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Pebble, la 1ere montre connectée à encre électronique. Découvrez dans ce test comment prendre des photos, recevoir des sms, écouter de la musique, changer de WatchFace.
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How to make any TV a smart TV

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How to make any TV a smart TV (How to make any TV a smart TV http://t.co/Cja0d0MQQ2 #thegadgetshow)
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The Mysterious Tool-Making Culture Shared by Crows and Humans

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Many animal species use tools, from insects, elephants and sea urchins to apes, badgers and octopuses, but there are only two animals who make hooks to catch food: humans and crows.
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Do an awesome physics experiment with cellophane tape

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A simple polarization filter and some cellophane tape makes this sketch of a hot air balloon turn all different colors at all different times. See the weirdness of polarization and color.
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Funny formula: the sums in 'The Simpsons' - Irish Times

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Funny formula: the sums in 'The Simpsons'
Irish Times
 Simon Singh's book looks at complex maths gags in Springfield and in 'Futurama'. So then, why do the Simpsons live at No 742?

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These animations of famous paintings are freaking hilarious

Not all of us can stand and stare at artwork and pretend to be impressed and then stare again and then focus in on how the brushstrokes add up to the emotion of what the artist was feeling during his struggle when his father did not approve of his...
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Loving father built a prosthetic hand for his son with a 3D printer

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Kids are just the best. And dads who love their kids make them even better. Leon is a boy who was born without fingers on one of his hands. Instead of making him think he was different, his father Paul McCarthy made him believe he was special.
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Halloween costumes for programmers

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A comic strip at a party where programmers show their clever (and cheesy) halloween costumes.
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Why We're Afraid of the Dark (and Why It's Good That We Are)

Why We're Afraid of the Dark (and Why It's Good That We Are) | News we like | Scoop.it
Most kids go through a stage in which they're afraid of the dark. Any creaking floorboard, rustling shutter, or random bump in the night fill them with terror. Good! Here's why, and why we should maybe never grow out of it.
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Discover Musical Instruments Everywhere With This Tiny Synthesizer

Discover Musical Instruments Everywhere With This Tiny Synthesizer | News we like | Scoop.it
London-based duo Dentaku have made digital instruments out of beer bottles, text messages, and color-sensing robots. But, for their latest trick, Yuri Suzuki and Mark McKeague want to let you make music.
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An Emergency Shelter That's Open Source and Locks Together Like Legos

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Pieter Stoutjesdijk's shelter is a digitally fabricated structure whose interlocking pieces can be assembled into an actual home in less than five hours.
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