Leaning Colosseums, “Wall-E” Builds, Shocking Gaming & WWF Cartoonage – The PractitioNERD, Episode 7
This week’s episode of The PractitioNERD (the 2nd version) discusses a leaning architectural work that NOT a tower in Pisa (the Roman Colosseum), robots printing 3D structures out of soil and sand (the Stone Spray project), electroshock “therapy” via a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive (Furrtek’s “Gene-Zap” project), and Hulk Hogan cartoon from the eighties (Hulk Hogan’s Rock ‘N’ Wrestling).
…also, THE QUESTION OF THE WEEK!!
THE BLOG: www.thepractitionerd.com
THE TUMBLR WALL OF NERDdom: http://goo.gl/Y99e2
FLICKR GALLERY: http://goo.gl/7m8FY
PINTEREST BOARDS: http://gplus.to/PractitioNERD
Music: “RetroFuture Nasty” & “Chipper Doodle” from Kevin McLeod of Incompetech.com (Royalty-Free Music)
Posted on August 10, 2012, in Architecture, Gaming, PractitioNERD WIRed (Week-In-ReviewED), Pro Wrestling, Tech, Video and tagged 3D, Architecture, Brad Garrett, cartoon, collar, Colosseum, dog, electric, electroshock therapy, france, gadgets, Gaming, genesis, hobbies, hulk hogan, insights, interests, italy, James Avery, leaning, mega drive, mod, modding, pisa, practitionerd, print, pro wrestling, robot, rock, rome, sega, shock, show, soil, stone spray, Tech, topics, tower, video games, wall-e, wrestling, wwf. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.