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Crave: DIY laser cannons, Ep. 106

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Crave: DIY laser cannons, Ep. 106

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This week on Crave, we take a look at the deadly do-it-yourself Iron Man Laser Gauntlet and monkey around with Apps for Apes. After playing with monkeys all day, maybe we should consider washing our hands with ManHands manly scented soaps. Our favorite one: Urinal Mint.

Last -- show was -- last week's show -- Olympia. -- Still if you -- a much better it's much better this -- -- -- can better do it but I know they can do is going to be the best show. Yeah and. -- This 3-D printed robot the first of thousands. -- -- uncanny resemblance to the evil robots and the movie I robot. In movies and open source do yourself 3-D printer robot designed and built by Gayle link have been affected -- -- -- leaders in France. The robot responds to voice commands and only costs around -- thousand dollars which is incredibly cheap compared to other advanced humanoid. Vials for -- hoops 3-D printed hands are available for download on the universe dot com and -- welcomes collaborators to develop -- In honor of the upcoming release of Iron -- three super -- spam -- Patrick -- produces very own Iron Man at least regardless equipped with -- real lasers. -- in the classic Iron Man red and gold weapon is powered by two lithium ion batteries. The fires to one point two -- blue lasers as Willis Q4 MW red seemingly. In this video Patrick demonstrates how the garlic can easily take out -- from several feet away. You can see more Patrick laser weapons including the risk fired crossbow with laser sight -- its website. Laser dash gadgets dot com. The Smithsonian National Zoo recently launched a program called perhaps for -- which lets it wring if things play with ipads. Sitting -- occasional day as harmful to the mental health differing opinions and can lead to both boredom and depression. -- researchers believe the program will improve the quality of life and help to stimulate their mind. -- -- apes is currently being used in twelve cities around the country some of the apps include musical instruments drawing programs and even cognitive learning games. Here's a first look at Ashton Kutcher playing Steve Jobs in an upcoming biopic and -- you know what it never seen. I don't buy it. British scientists are developing bomb resistant trains. Secure metro -- a project funded by the European Union. Which launched three years ago with the goal of developing blast resistant and -- metro trains that minimized deaths and injury in the event of a bomb attack. In this video you can see how the train absorbs more of the class was special blast doors. Windows and -- which helped to absorb the explosion protecting people inside and outside the train. -- -- view her demands soaps may enhance offers an assortment of may have inspired soaps to choose from including -- so beer soaked piece. Bonfire self -- for your moment. Soared Monday during Obama's inauguration ceremony a photo was taken using the key to pay an epic pro panorama capturing device. The image required thirteen minutes of street shooting to create the stunning mosaic. -- -- -- shot 305 high resolution photographs of different areas in the scene which were then stitched together to make this your mobile picture. Okay so I'm here at the inauguration and let's have a look around -- quake seems to -- hand. Really cool really awesome and here's mr. Obama is the president. -- on him he's been tagged. -- -- he's not looking at the camera and -- beyoncé beyoncé. -- -- -- -- Our guys things are watching NASA show I think I did a better job -- last weeks though I feel like to redeem myself. So anyway you combine all these stories that cnet's crave blog crave dot cnet.com. And this week's crave giveaway is the sequel to last week's crave giveaway which is a big bag of 2013. C yanish -- Go to the blog and enter to win for guys you next time. --
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