Matt Smith, the love of my life (other than my actual boyfriend, of course) has been cast as Patrick Bateman in the “American Psycho: The Musical.” Yes, this is actually happening. The Doctor will play the lead role of the Wall Street maniac IN MUSICAL FORM. Continue reading Matt Smith to Lead American Psycho Musical
It is no surprise that the 3D printing market is about to explode and it is likely to become mainstream in the near future but in order for that to happen, the product itself needs to be more approachable by the average consumer. One example of this is the current Kickstarter project, The Zeus all-in-one copy machine. Both a 3D printer and a traditional printer. The new Zim may not be as elaborate as the Zeus (it is not a scanner and copy shop all-in-one) But taking off all the bells and whistles may be exactly what entices a consumer.
Zim’s Stamford-based makers, Zeepro, on their Kickstarter page, argue,
“The use and maintenance of many 3D personal printers available on the market today requires extensive technical knowledge, as well as hours of assembly, before you can start to print your first 3D object. We wanted to create a 3D personal printer which was ready to use, straight out of the box.”
Here is what makes the Zim incredibly enticing for the average consumer and above. The Zim’s aim is a “fully plug & play” operation. With the system, 3D printing is at its easiest. The printing process consists of merely connecting the printer to the Internet, download a model, open the Zim app, and print. It has a sleek-looking aluminium frame; the ability to control and view progress on the current print via a smartphone app thanks to the printer’s onboard camera (so rather than having to stand by the printer waiting to see if it’s finished making your replica plastic sphinx yet, you can check in on how it’s looking via an app); a cartridge system for easily loading different filament colours into the printer (and also refillable cartridges if you want to add your own filament). It can print multiple colors at once with it’s dual extruders.
The 3D printer also includes both Ethernet and Wi-Fi capabilities so that it can be remotely controlled by a computer web browser, as well as via the Zim app.
Unfortunately making a mainstream 3D printer does not mean it comes cheap. Zim is being offered to early Kickstarter backers for a ‘special price’ of $599, and a ship date of March 2014. Expect the retail price to be higher — likely around the $899 mark. Zeepro’s Kickstarter campaign has raised around two-thirds of the $300,000 target so far, with 20 days left to run.
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Adam McKay and Will Ferrell may not have realized how amazing their 2004 comedy film, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, would end up being but nearly 10 years later the film will be entered into a museum. Beginning November 14th, the Newseum in Washington, D.C., will feature an exhibit based on the journalism comedy. Continue reading “Anchorman: The Exhibit” Heads to D.C. Newseum
Valve wowed users today with the announcement of their new Steam Controller, their “different kind of gamepad.” The new controller’s main feature is the two circular trackpads. At the reveal, Valve explained how the two trackpads would function. Continue reading Valve Reveals Steam Touch Screen Controller
Check out this awesome Marvel Comics 2013 Epic Cosplay Video from Distractotron! The footage filmed at Dragon Con 2013. Shot and chopped by Blake Faucette in association with Beat Down Boogie.
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J.J. Abrams and his company Bad Robot released a weird and peculiar teaser for something called, “Stranger.” The company hasn’t released any information regarding the mysterious teaser trailer. So, what are you trying to tell us, Abrams?
Did I mention it is super creepy?
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