3-D printers are great, as long as all you want to do is print Action Man out of one material, in one color. Multi-color machines exist, but they’re a far cry from the cheap, simple desktop manufacturing revolution we’ve been promised. I just got a peek at a nondescript box that could change all that.
Avinash Arora just wrote to tell me that he has updated his amazing Star Wars' Last Supper, with Luke Skywalker as Jesus. It's much cleaner and crispier than the original one because it uses the Blu-ray movies.
Happy Birthday, Interwebz! How far you've come. See, if the Internet drew its first breath in the fall of 1969, it took its first steps toward its potential on August 6, 1991. Took awhile there. But it was this first step that was just the beginning.
Slaves were creating mosaic objects thousands of years BC, but I bet they never dreamed of a bathtub covered in glittering photo-luminescent mosaic tiles. In fact, I bet they never even knew what a bathtub was.
Apparently, developers have submitted over 10,000 apps to the App Store—which has motivated someone to create this wicked looking mosaic out of all the app icons (even the 9,900 or so crappy ones).
Creative is clearly in some kind of rush to get new media players out into the world: first the X-Fi, then the Krystal and now the Mozaic. It's a pretty standard offering, with music and video playing function, a 1.8-inch screen, FM radio and voice recorder, but, like the Nokia Prism, it's its keypad that makes it a…