US-Gericht: Keine Waffenvorlagen für 3D-Drucker

Ein Mann hält eine Waffe in der Hand, die per 3D-Druck entstanden ist. | Bildquelle: AP

Ein US-Gericht hat die Veröffentlichung von Konstruktionsplänen für die Herstellung von Schusswaffen aus 3D-Druckern vorerst untersagt. Kurz zuvor hatte sich US-Präsident Trump persönlich in die Debatte eingeschaltet. [mehr]

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Making a Miniature Aquarium

Making a Miniature Aquarium

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YouTuber HMS2 is known for creating impressively accurate miniature versions of real-world objects. His latest build is a spot-on, Lilliputian replica of an aquarium complete with gravel, rocks, plant life, and a weensy little school of fish floating in its simulated water.

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Vans Van Gogh Collection

Vans Van Gogh Collection

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Vans collaborated with the Vincent Van Gogh Museum to create a collection of shoes and apparel featuring the late artist’s paintings. The proceeds from the collection will go to the museum to continue preserving Van Gogh’s legacy. Drops 8/03/18.

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How Action Figures Are Made

How Action Figures Are Made

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With the wealth of art at hand, we thought designing a comic book action figure would be easy. But artist Jason Fabok points out the back-and-forth process involved in turning a sketch into an action figure, using his work on the DC Essentials line as an example. Skip to 2:33.

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GameSir Z1 Mechanical Gaming Keypad

GameSir Z1 Mechanical Gaming Keypad

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The GameSir Z1 mechanical gaming keypad can be used with PCs, and mobile devices via Bluetooth. You can plug a mouse into it to enjoy the full experience. It has RGB backlighting, programmable keys, and either Cherry MX Red or Kailh Blue switches.

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Fantasy survival team-shooter sandbox Rend enters early access

Survival sandbox games aren’t exactly rare, but the Norse myth-themed Rend has my attention, thanks to its intriguing structure. Similar to Ark: Survival Evolved, players build, craft, level, fight (or tame) monsters and expand. The big difference here is that the players are split into three rival factions of a few dozen players online at time with an ultimate, server-resetting goal in sight. No getting ganked by random jerks here – you and your faction are in this boat together, and after watching some streamed gameplay (and asking the devs a few questions), this one is on my radar.

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