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  1. Project PERCEPTION NEURON Is the Virtual Reality Bodysuit of the Future

    Can the final version look like Tron costumes, please?

    There are some amazing virtual reality headsets on the horizon with the Oculus Rift, Sony's Project Morpheus, and more, but no one has quite nailed down the perfect control solution—that's where Project PERCEPTION NEURON comes in. It's a wireless, full-body motion capture system designed to put the wearer in the virtual world like never before, and the results look amazing.

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  2. Things We Saw Today: A Weasleys’ Wizard Wheezes Apron

    Since 1996!

    Geeky Merch is offering these Weasleys' Wizard Wheezes aprons for $65. Don one and remember the shop's good old days, when aprons were for tidying puking pastille incidents, not wiping away tears.

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  3. Things We Saw Today: Snag Yourself An Exclusive Jurassic World Poster at SDCC

    MIGHTY NEED

    Holy crap, this San Diego Comic-Con exclusive poster by Mark Englert is eleven different kinds of awesome. Apparently if you want to know where to get it this weekend, you have to "Jurassic" to the number 834567.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: A Beautiful Book Of Diverse Women In Sci-Fi And Fantasy That Needs Our Support

    Donate all the money!

    Artist Julie Dillon is running a Kickstarter campaign for this gorgeous book of fantasy art called Imagined Realms, a book of "positive and diverse illustrations of women in fantasy and science fiction," and we are definitely going to be donating. (via io9)

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  5. Things We Saw Today: That’s No Moon

    In space, no one can rear you scream.

    Boy, this image of Comet 67P that was taken by the European Space Agency's Rosetta spacecraft looks like something, but I can't put my finger on just butt it is. Err, what it is. Go check out some more details on the ESA website.

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  6. Amazing Parents Develop Ninja Pizza Girl Game Based on Their Daughters’ Real World Delivery Experiences

    Ninja pizza: pizza that vanishes quickly, without a trace.

    The idea behind Ninja Pizza Girl is simple: the developers' daughter is a kung fu-practicing pizza delivery girl in reality, and they wanted to make a game that showcased that real life experience in a fun way and also addressed real world issues we've all faced. The game looks to do just that by having you deliver pizza parkour-style and fight some pretty unconventional villains—garbage-throwing, insult-slinging peers.

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  7. Mouse Guard Creators Launch Kickstarter for Board Game

    Related Story: Everyone at The Mary Sue wants Mouse Guard Board Game

    David Petersen and Luke Crane have turned to crowdfunding platform Kickstarter today to bring a Mouse Guard game into reality. Their goal is $18,000, and they're nearly halfway there already. It's safe to say they'll hit the goal, but you have until August 7th to back it and claim your rewards.

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  8. Reading Rainbow Kickstarter Now Getting Benjamins On BackerKit

    Now where is this pile of money so we can all Scrooge McDuck in it?

    The world has become Rainbow, and now you can, too. The initial literacy fundraiser ended last week after raising an incredible $5,408,916, but there's still time to donate over on BackerKit, a crowdfunding platform that has definitely hitched itself to the right gravy train.

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  9. Things We Saw Today: Fight Crime In Style With This Batman Hair Bow

    NANANANANANANANANANANANANANANANA HAIR BOOOOWWWW.

    You can wear this leather Batman bow by Etsy seller Dulcecalaveritas either as a hair bow or a necktie. Or both. Just place bats all about your person.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: Doctor Doom As an ’80s Pop Sensation

    Nice shades.

    Rocky Davies also did 80s album covers for the Joker, the Xenomoprh, and Shredder. "You know, like Doom tried to do some good PR and produce an upbeat pop album," says the artist. "It has hits like 'Latveria, Why Latveria?' and 'Doom Done Did It Again' and 'Four Coffins' and 'Chrome Dome.'"

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