Oh Science and Technology; how you entertain me so. As well as weird-me out.
Anyway, with consumer-grade 3D printers coming the rage at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (in case you’re not into PlayStation Now, 4K/UHD televisions, and curved screens), it was bound to happen at SOME TIME. We’ve been hearing of strange 3D-printed projects since the initial popularity of 3D printing, so….what else is new. This is. For $600, you can hold a keepsake from that very special time in baby’s life in your very own hands courtesy of 4-D ultrasound technology from a company called 3D Babies. The company is offering to turn your ultrasounds into a custom, three-dimensional, life-size plastic replica of your future child. Because that’s TOTALLY NOT creepy. Continue reading “Now You Can Buy a Life-Size, 3D-Printed Replica of Your Unborn Baby…’Cause THAT’S A Thing…”
Coming off the heels of Father’s Day a little over a week ago, let’s continue to chronicle the efforts of awesome gaming fathers out there. Above is the work of loving father-to-be Cole Bradburn, decided that The Legend of Zelda would be the nursery theme (particularly the art style from Wind Waker/Phantom Hourglass/Spirit Tracks). Teaming up with his buddy Wes — you remember, the other awesome father who created … Continue reading Awesome Future-Father makes “The Legend of Zelda” Theme in Nursery
Okay everyone, say it with me:
Without a doubt, “Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island” for the Super Nintendo ranks as one of my favorite games of all time. The game is a prequel to the Super Mario series, in which players control various Yoshi dinosaurs rather than the usual hero himself, Mario, who appears as a helpless infant in need of Yoshi’s protection. From the graphics that resemble as if they had been drawn with crayons and felt-pens, making them more cartoonish, to the familiarity of Mario games with an added egg-throwing mechanic, it’s an absolute joy to play time and time again. Continue reading “A Nursery inspired by "Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island." Adorable, ain’t it?”