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  5. inothernews:

    What the fuck Kool-Aid are those fuckers at NBC drinking?  Does it taste like Vladimir Putin’s Soviet-era piss?

    For shame.

    I was so angry to hear NBC commentators interrupting the ceremony every few minutes with trite “If you don’t know what’s going on, that’s ok, we don’t either”. But I was livid when they talked over president Bach’s speech WHILE HE WAS STILL TALKING IN ENGLISH!!#&@%

    THERE IS NO WAY THAT YOUR WORDS WERE MORE IMPORTANT THAN HIS WORDS AT THAT MOMENT.

    NBC, you’ve completely failed with presenting the olympics. Fuck you and whatever bullshit that led to that.

     
  6. archiemcphee:

    3D modeler Sean Charlesworth designed, printed and built this tentacular Octopod Underwater Salvage Vehicle as his thesis project for a Masters of Science in Digital Imaging and Design at NYU. Inspired by the Nautilus from Disney’s 1954 film 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Sean’s awesome mechanical octopus-shaped vehicle is beautifully detailed. It features LED lights and an assortment of other working features such as a functional door, hoist, latches, and opening floor panel.

    "…the model was designed in CINEMA 4D Studio and different materials, types and colours were assigned to each part. The digital models were printed at the New York University Advance Media Studio on an Objet Connex500 3D Printer. The Objet Connex500 is Objet’s pioneering multi-material 3D printer featuring a large build tray size of 500 x 400 x 200mm and can print from a range of 107 different materials, with up to 14 different materials in a single part."

    Click here to learn more about the amazing Octopod and then visit Sean Charlesworth’s website to check out more of his 3D design and modeling work.

    [via io9]

    (via monstereatsdesign)

     
  7. nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes
     
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