Crave Ep. 120: Be careful where you leave your DNA

In this week's Crave craziness, we leave our DNA lying around for art's sake, turn on to a laser-powered flashlight, and get our heads chopped off with the Oculus Rift head-mounted display.


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An artist combs public places for gum, hair, and cigarette butts, and then 3D-prints portraits of the unsuspecting people who've left their DNA behind. Plus, we take a look at a laser-powered flashlight, and get our heads chopped off in an app for the Oculus Rift head-mounted display.

Crave stories:

- Phosforce laser flashlight can illuminate or incinerate

- Oculus Rift app gives you a full beheading experience

- Neil Armstrong's moon walk EKG reading up for auction

- 3D-printed 'Liberator' gun fires first successful shot

- Artist 3D-prints portraits from DNA left in public places

- Lego hand mixer: You bet it blends

- Beer drone? Festival goers may see booze fall from the sky

- Working robot mecha suit is built for kids

- Crave giveaway: Sennheiser Momentum headphones

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