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Things We Saw Today: Embrace Your Inner Cyborg With These Temporary Tattoos

These Tech Tats are just plain cool and they’re a creation from Chaotic Moon Studios, using conductive inks that sit on the surface of the skin as well as a microcontroller that has the ability to send and receive data. We’re all one step closer to raising our cyborg cosplay game. (via Gadgette)

  • More casting news from the Luke Cage camp: actress Sonia Braga has been cast as Soledad Temple, the mother of Rosario Dawson’s Claire Temple. This show just keeps looking better and better. (via Comic Book Resources)
  • Convention pros are signing a pledge that promises they won’t be attending any cons that don’t offer accessibility to disabled fans and creators. (via io9)

Adele and The Roots jammed out to a classroom instrumental version of her hit single “Hello” as a part of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, prompting me to wonder if there’s anything this woman can’t do. (via Stereogum)

  • Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn just shot down some major sequel rumors on Facebook, sparking a conversation about the relevance of posting unnecessary spoilers. (via The Nerdy Bird)
  • Victor Frankenstein co-stars James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe play a game of Never Have I Ever, and it’s just as great as it sounds. (via BuzzFeed)
  • *Stefon voice* Thanksgiving’s hottest trend is piecaken. My stomach hurts just looking at it. (via NYT)

What did you see today?

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