Give a child a lump of clay and they’ll be busy for an hour. No one needs guidance when given a malleable medium with which you can express your ideas, and that’s why Sugru just works—you don’t need to know anything about design to put it to use. You just follow your instincts.
Step aside, Super Soaker. The one-time king of summer fun has officially been usurped by this custom creation from the folks behind Sugru. It looks like something Schwarzenegger used in an action film, but it's instead designed for mowing down people with a harmless soaking.
Sugru is a clay-like synthetic wondermaterial that can be easily shaped with your hands and hardens completely after 24 hours. You can use it to fix and modify anything. It's really cool in itself, but awesome when you combine it with powerful magnets.
It's an ordinary camera lined with Sugru silicone rubber, which is kind of like clay but also sorta like duct tape. Once attached to something, Sugru sets itself permanently. Like this camera. Watch it roll around on the street.
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