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  1. We Could Watch This 3D Printed Stop Motion Bear All Day And We Will

    And you can't stop us!

    A lot of people are worried that CGI will replace stop motion animation because it's less time-consuming and ultimately less expensive. If this little guy is any indication, however, then stop motion will never go away, because there will always be someone willing to put in a ridiculous amount of effort to make it happen.

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  2. 3D Printed Nylon, Brass, and Steel Press on Nails Perfect for Clawing Out The Still Beating Hearts of Your Enemies

    The Future Is Now!

    The Laser Girls over at Shapeways are putting 3D printing technology to some impressive uses, and that's coming from somebody who can't type once her nails get to be a milimeter longer than the tips of her fingers.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Wow, I Didn’t Know There Are No Female Characters In Adventure Time!

    Things We Saw Today

    ...at least that's what you'd think if you looked at McDonalds' line of Adventure Time Happy Meal toys, which has only male characters and is marketed "for boys," while the Paul Frank monkeys are "for girls." Princess Bubblegum, Marceline, Lumpy Space Princess, etc. must have been figments of my imagination this whole time. (Serious Eats)

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  4. Barilla Is Making 3D-Printed Pasta, Because Apparently They Think That’s Cooler Than Not Being Homophobic

    "Just don't give any to your gay friends!" - Barilla, probably. [citation needed]

    Remember Barilla? You know, the pasta company that refuses to use same-sex couples in their advertising and said that "gays can eat another brand of pasta?" Well, the very same people have decided that it would be a brilliant PR move to deflect from their homophobia by starting to make 3D-printed pasta. Foolproof!

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  5. Get Your Face, Possibly the Face of Tom Hiddleston, Printed in Chocolate

    This is just like magic!

    For between $80-$130 3D printing company Choc Edge will create a miniature sculpture of a face out of milk, dark, or white chocolate. Now the intention is that one orders sculptures of one’s own face, but seeing as they work off a photograph I see no reason why you couldn’t send in the face of your favorite celebrity instead. I’m not creepy. You’re creepy. (via: Fashionably Geek) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. 3D Printed Pizza Is a Real Thing, Please Excuse Us, We’re Hungry Now

    If they can't deliver this technology to us in thirty minutes or less, will it be free?

    Yes, we finally have 3D printed pizza. That's right, everyone can relax now and stop working on the 3D printing technology. It has reached its ultimate goal. Wait, you should probably keep working on it, because the cheese and spices still had to be added after the fact. Or because the technology might just be super useful. Whatever.

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  7. In The Future, Our Robot Butlers Might Have Hearts That Pump Urine

    Well, no wonder they're going to inevitably rise up and revolt!

    Today we learned two things: one, that scientists think that they might be able to channel the chemical properties of urine to conduct electricity, and two, that they've decided to test this out by building robot hearts that pump pee. We're pretty sure that this isn't what The Jetsons had in mind, but we're intrigued nonetheless.

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  8. AsapSCIENCE Reminds Us We Live in the Future with a Look at How 3D Printing Will Revolutionize Everything [Video]

    Flying cars next, please. OK, science?

    If you're still not convinced that 3D printing is pretty much going to change everything, AsapSCIENCE is here to remind you why it's basically crazy sci-fi future technology. Now we just need flying cars and spring-legged alien pets, and then we'll be able to watch The Jetsons without feeling bad about ourselves.

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  9. GE Is Making December 3rd 3D Printing Day, You Can Win 3D Printed Holiday Gifts

    Get your holiday gifts printed out for you like you live in the future.

    GE has dubbed December 3rd 3D printing day as a way to celebrate the revolutionary technology and what it means for manufacturing (and to make your holiday shopping easier). They've teamed up with celebrities and businesses to design 3D gifts and knickknacks, and you can win your own customized versions of them on December 3rd.

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  10. We Talked to the Guy Who 3D Printed a Working Iron Man Helmet, and It Was Awesome

    We didn't even have to go to Afghanistan or anything.

    Yesterday, we saw video of Ryan Brook showing off his totally awesome 3D printed Iron Man helmet and were completely blown away. Naturally, we wanted to know more about how he got into this kind of engineering and propwork, so we got in touch with him and had a chat with him about how he got started. His answers were surprisingly inspiring.

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