X-Wing Fighter Soapbox Derby Car For the 2011 Nazareth Adult Soapbox Derb y I wanted to design a car that people would like and made me feel heroic. So I decided I would model it after one of the most important vehicles of our nation's history: the T-65 X-wing fighter. I scoured the web to print pictures and blueprints of X-wing Fighters. Self-healing : Lajin stretch and exercise by Xiao Hongchi This is my personal testimony. Of late, my health has not been up to mark. I felt lethargic and was always sleepy, despite following my daily wellness regime. Then I tried the La-jin posture #1 for 5 minutes each leg. After only two sessions, I could feel the vast difference in my physical condition. No more tiredness and sleepiness!
'Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance' Trailer Looks Positively Badass I once attended a one man show/drinking game titled "Ghost Rider, My Favorite Movie." It reveled in how ridiculous Mark Steven Johnson's film was and by the time the credits rolled, it was clear everyone packed into that tiny comedy club had a really good time adhering to the drinking game's rules. Well, I don't think that performance will be getting a sequel show, because the trailer for Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance looks like it used the bones of the first film to pick its teeth. There's so much texture here, so much grit and grime that was missing from Johnson's film (arguably the worst Marvel film to date).
First 3D printed jaw transplant: 83-year-old woman sets world record (Video) Tuesday, February 7, 2012 First 3D printed jaw transplant: 83-year-old woman sets world record (Video) LEUVEN, Belgium--Scientists at the University of Hasselt BIOMED Research Institute in Belgium developed a custom made lower jaw transplant, using a prosthetic jaw made by LayerWise on a 3D printer; an 83 year-old Belgian woman has become the first-ever person to receive a transplant jawbone tailor-made for her face; the surgery took place at the Orbis Medisch Centrum in Sittard-Geleen , setting the world record for the First 3D printed jaw transplant, according to World Record Academy (www.worldrecordacademy.com) Photo: (enlarge photo) The Guinness world record for the earliest successful full face transplant was performed by a team of doctors from the Vall d''Hebron University Hospital, Barcelona, Spain.
How To Create A Proper Password Protected Folder To Hide All Your Private Files There are tons of different applications that allow Windows users to password protect files and folders on their computers, but not all of them are providing the best solutions. However, in this article you can find instructions on how to properly protect your private and most important files and folders without even download nor installing any software application. So, if you aren’t a fan of 3rd party security program then you are in the right place, as you will easily learn how to hide folders and password protect your most important data. Before moving to the first step of the tutorial guide you need to know that a folder has to be created, as that will serve as the one that you will use as the default private place where to store the files you wish to hide from unwanted browsing done by other people. Remember that this post will work only for Windows Xp, Vista and Win 7 computers.
Please, Watch This Insane LEGO Ninja Movie Lol just like in most anime. "The whole fence looks fine except that ooone section...hmmm...I'm not gonna walk by that." It's an issue with layers.... when you animate you draw different animated parts on different layers (that way you only have to animate that one section instead of the whole picture). These layers are drawn on clear see-through sheets. Although these cell sheets appear to have no color, they do. 9-year-old's DIY cardboard arcade gets flashmobbed Nirvan says: "I just finished this short film about a 9-year-old boy's elaborate DIY cardboard arcade. Caine made his arcade using boxes from his dad's used auto parts store. He hadn't had many customers, so we set up a fun flashmob to make his day, and filmed his response. I hope it brings a smile to your day. P.S.
Swiss 'augmented reality' is out of this world 'Augmented reality' ... Jan Torpus. Photo: AFP A pair of Swiss policemen cast a suspicious eye as a creature in a space helmet with a camera mounted on top and carrying an astronaut's backpack wanders around Basel's St. This awesome motorized Tachikoma is looking for a home Have you ever dreamed of owning a Tachikoma? I have. In fact I love Tachikomas so much that I would go as far as to call them as one of my favorite mechs of all time. Recently, an amazingly crafty guy, working under the username Mahj, put together a fully-functioning Lego prototype of the adorable multi-legged combat vehicle. All it's missing it's thermoptic camouflage, explosives, and a couple of light machine guns. The Tachikoma prototype was built using approximately 897 Lego pieces, and when compared to previously released models featuring similar motorized parts, it's estimated cost falls at around $150 a pop --plus licensing fees.