Envelope-sized container takes guesswork out of urban gardening
The grow-your-own trend is one that’s really taken off in recent years, and while startups such as the UK’s Allotinabox have provided homeowners with the basic materials to start their own home gardening projects, our latest spotting goes that little bit further. Patch is a self-watering herb planter that makes urban gardening projects easier, delivered through the letterbox. READ MORE…
Disney puts your face on a 3D-printed Stormtrooper for $99.95
Disney’s Hollywood Studios is giving you the opportunity to put your face on a 3D-printed Stormtrooper figurine as part of its Star Wars Weekends annual event. For $99.95 and 10 minutes of your time, Disney uses its high quality single-shot technology to capture a three-dimensional representation of your face — creating a 7.5-inch model that will be delivered 7-8 weeks later.
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Space robots land on Canadian currency
Canadian robot money is on the horizon. A new $5 note coming in November will feature famous Canadian-made space robots Canadarm2 and Dextre alongside a spacewalking astronaut.
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