Watch this working robotic arm being built from little more than cardboard and medical syringes. Read more on MAKE The post Making an Impressive Working Robotic Arm from Cardboard appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
After nearly a month of being on the market, the Nintendo Switch is still hard to obtain. Even when retailers get new stock (as happened yesterday with Best Buy), the console sells out […] The post If You Can’t Buy a Switch, Make One Out of Cardboard Like This Clever Kid appeared first on Geek.com.
Kids are super creative, wspecially when they have to be. What do you do when your mom won’t buy you a game console? If you are this kid, you build one for yourself. Twitter user Ama-chan’s…
How do you think the frame rate is on cardboard Zelda? We can all relate to this kid. That feeling of really wanting a particular thing — in this case, a Nintendo Switch — but not being able to get it. You can almost imagine his parents...Show More Summary
????????????????????????????????(?5)(??????????????)#NintendoSwtich pic.twitter.com/MTiHBOOkvD — ????????? (@fraise_ama) March 28, 2017 Oh man, that is tugging at my heartstrings. I wish we knew more about why the Mom won't buy a Switch for her kid. Apparently the kid even dreams of being a game developer in his future. We need to find a way to get this kid a Switch!
Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect Shigeru Ban is widely known and respected for his 20 year career in designing groundbreaking buildings from cardboard, paper and other unexpected materials, as well as his humanitarian efforts...Show More Summary
Gotta love the creativity of kids! Twitter user Ama-chan’s kid brother made this cardboard Nintendo Switch because their mother wouldn’t buy the real deal. Read more...
We've long loved the idea of having far-flung guests or pets cameo at your reception with cut-outs of their faces. It's pretty easy: a print-out, a craft stick, and some glue. But what if you want a BIG face instead? You might see them...Show More Summary
Cousins fired a football at a cardboard box to reveal the gender of his and his wife's forthcoming child
Once upon a time, Life would have been made for a sack of pennies on a set made out of cardboard and released as the bottom half of a double bill alongside whatever Roger Corman was making that year. Take away the modern window dressing...Show More Summary
HOW CAN YOU TELL? Canada’s Diplomats Told to Stop Using Cardboard Cutouts of Justin Trudeau at Events.
Canada has banned life-size cardboard cutouts of the popular Canadian prime minister. According to CBC News, diplomats have been told to stop using stand-ups of Justin Trudeau. Stand-up images of the prime minister have appeared at Canadian...Show More Summary
One photo shows a group of men holding a drink up to Justin Trudeau's mouth. Another shows a woman licking his face. But such selfies with life-size cardboard cut-outs of the Canadian prime minister at diplomatic events are now a thing of the past. After complaints from opposition members of...
Canada’s diplomats in the United States have been ordered to no longer set up cutout replicas of Mr. Trudeau at promotional events.
While other countries are banning most electronics on flights from Muslim-majority countries, Canada has issued their own bizarre ban concerning their prime minister. Life-size cardboard cutouts of Justin Trudeau are no longer allowed. SEE...Show More Summary
They were told to cut it out.
Near life-sized images of the Liberal Party leader had been popping up at government events.
Zimoun examines the relationship between kinetic art and sound in '435 prepared dc-motors, 2030 cardboard boxes 35x35x35cm.'
But the robots are the real winners. In Front Page Challenge, Torontoist analyzes the best and worst of Toronto’s major dailies. Scandal engulfs the front pages of Toronto’s newspapers this morning, with tales of trust violated, fair...Show More Summary
In 2011, New York artist Warren King created an incredible full suit of black knight armor for a 6-year-old using cardboard, paint, hot glue, rubber bands, and velcro. Warren shared his entire DIY process on Flickr. via My Modern Met Related Laughing Squid PostsTesting a Knight’s Mobility While Wearing a Full Set of Metal ArmorTaiwanese […]