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PancakeBot 3D prints your pancakes in any shape you want

PancakeBot 3D prints your pancakes in any shape you want

This would surely be good news for all the Winnie shaped pancake lovers out there. Miguel Venezuela has designed a robotic pancake printer that will be able to make perfect pancakes quickly. Dubbed as PancakeBot, the device 3D prints pancakes of any desired shape. PancakeBot comes equipped with software that lets users import multiple designs; this unique feature of the device will allow moms to make pancakes that are more attractive to look at. This is great news for mothers as kids love having foods that look good. The world’s first pancake printer started as a Kickstarter project about a month ago aiming at raising…

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Samsung’s compact NX500 camera will let you record 4K Videos

Samsung’s compact NX500 camera will let you record 4K Videos

The Korean electronic giant has announced the replacement of its compact NX300 camera just before the CP+ 2015. Samsung’s new compact NX500 camera will let you record 4K videos and much more. In many ways, it is a compact version of the company’s top of the line mirrorless NX1 camera. The camera is redesigned on the outside and many high end features have been added to it for enhanced performance. Like the NX1, the NX500 is equipped with 28 megapixels backside illumination (BSI). It is capable of continuously shooting 9 frames per second with its built-in image sensor. This means, with…

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Canon unveils digital SLRs with world’s highest resolution

Canon unveils digital SLRs with world’s highest resolution

Less than a week before the International Camera & Photo Imaging Show (CP+) begins in Yokohama, Canon unveils two digital SLRs with world’s highest resolution. Based on the company’s flagship model EOS 5D Mk III, the new model EOS 5DS and its slightly upgraded version, the EOS 5DS R are full frame 50.6 megapixels cameras. Their predecessor 5D Mk III had a resolution of 22 megapixels. Prior to the launch of these two new Canon models, Sony and Nikon were at the forefront of the megapixel race with their 36 MP cameras. Both the 5DS and the 5DS R share…

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This 3D printer makes cookies

This 3D printer makes cookies

3D printers have revolutionized the process of printing in a profound way. From the old fashioned “Letter Head” Heidelberg press, we have progressed into using laser printers; with a click on the mouse, volumes of materials can be printed effortlessly. However, we still need ink and paper no matter how sophisticated is the machine we are using unless its a 3D printer. A 3D printer can use a variety of materials for printing; it can print objects using plastic, glass, metal, polymer sand and glue mixes and so on. It implements an additive process of printing. XYZPrinting has unveiled a…

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Whoa!! A $280,000 camera

Whoa!! A $280,000 camera

Wally Schirra, who was a photography enthusiast, used a Hasselblad 500c camera in Mercury Atlas mission back in 1962. He was the fifth human to visit outer space and the first man to bring a camera with himself in order to take pictures of our planet from its orbit. The camera has a Carl Zeiss lens; Schirra made it ready for space by painting its body in black to minimize reflection and by equipping it with a container of 100 exposure film. Back then he paid a little over $400 for the camera that was a lot of money in…

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This 3D printed cast can heal your bones 40-80 percent faster

This 3D printed cast can heal your bones 40-80 percent faster

Three-dimensional printing has started to become a part of several applications. The latest one happens to be a 3D printed cast that will be able to heal an individual’s bones 40-80 percent faster than the regular casts. The name of the 3D printed cast is ‘Osteoid’, and it has been created by Turkish student Deniz Karasahin. The Turkish prodigy has incorporated a combination of 3D printing and ultrasonic tech in order to heal the bones faster, and make the pain a lot more bearable to the injured person. According to Karasahin, traditional plaster casts end up becoming itchy and due…

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Five year old gets a cool 3D printed hand

 Five year old gets a cool 3D printed hand

Keith Harris was born with symbrachydactyly, a condition that didn’t let his right hand form fully while he was growing up in his mother’s womb. The boy’s slightly deformed right hand was an uncomfortable body part for him even a few days ago. The situation has changed completely as the five year old has recently got a cool 3D printed hand; now he feels like, as he says, “Iron Man”. Last Friday Harris was high-fiving his friends at Mossman Elementary School in League City of Houston, Texas. He didn’t think it would be easy for him to do stuff with…

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Samsung’s next smartwatch will feature fingerprint scanner and mobile payment

Samsung’s next smartwatch will feature fingerprint scanner and mobile payment

While there is still time for Samsung’s next flagship smartphone to be unveiled, the company has already hinted the new features that are going to be incorporated in to the company’s next wearable device all set to be unveiled during the Mobile World Congress of 2015, which is scheduled to take place in February next year. After Apple revealed that its new flagship smartphones the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus would be fitted with a NFC chip that will allow users to make payments through their phones, Samsung started showing signs suggesting that a similar feature might be present in…

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SpaceX 3D printer launches into space

 SpaceX 3D printer launches into space

On Sunday, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried a SpaceX dragon craft from Cape Canaveral of Florida that is destined to reach the International Space Station by Tuesday. There are no astronauts on board the Dragon capsule; it’s carrying all different kinds of supplies to the space station for NASA. Among the 5000 pounds of scientific gear and other supplies, the California based SpaceX launches a 3D printer into space for the first time ever. As the Dragon craft meets the space station, the capsule like space ship will be brought into the station by a robot arm. The 3D…

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GoPro feels the heat from HTC

GoPro feels the heat from HTC

With its HERO and HERO+ series models currently available along with the previous models, GoPro Inc. has been enjoying some kind of monopoly in the sub-sector of (nonprofessional) sports cameras. To date, no other manufacturer was even close to the success achieved by this brand by producing and selling waterproof camera. However, things might soon become a bit different. The dominance of GoPro has been challenged and already GoPro feels the heat from HTC. This Taiwan based company, known as a mobile phone manufacturer, is coming up with a 16 megapixel waterproof camera that can be used when taking part…

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