Technically Incorrect: A Chinese man reportedly thought he was getting a bargain. Instead, we all got a cautionary tale about buying expensive gadgets.
The final, full production version of the $299 PancakeBot is now on sale and was on display at the International Home & Housewares Show 2016. I decided to give it the ultimate test, printing my face in the form of a pancake.
Ashley and Jeff deep dive into Epic's Unreal Editor for virtual reality, the Curatio hand scanner and the VR art exhibit "Doors." We also welcome Paola Alejandra (aka "PancakePow") to the show, and debate the 20:16 MoonWalker shoe crowdfunding campaign.
We sit down with e-sports commentator and all-around awesome person Paola Alejandra to discuss the past, present and future of professional gaming (and maybe a little bit of cosplay).
Researchers at University College London are studying the physics of pancakes to help improve treatments for glaucoma.
Open up an infinite array of breakfast possibilities with the $299 PancakeBot.
A new bicycle helmet design aims to take the awkwardness out of carrying it around when you're not under pedal power.
Regardless of where you stand in the pancakes vs. waffles war, you can't deny the PancakeBot is a neat gadget. Trace out designs, cartoons or whatever else you can think of, and this little machine will help you make it a buttermilk reality.
On today's show, we discuss a robotic glove helping stroke victims, a 3D selfie drone, a 22-foot long emergency capsule for tsunamis and the PancakeBot from Kickstarter.
Become a brunch rock star with the help of the $299 StoreBound PancakeBot mechanical batter printer and griddle.