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新国立競技場、屋根だけで950億円 最終整備費3000億円の可能性  さらに50年後の改修費用1000億円

屋根に特殊な構造を採用したことなどで、昨年5月時点から約900億円増えた。大会後に先送りした設備なども含めると3000億円近くに達する可能性があるという。 続きを読む

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Artist Envisions What Skeletons Trying to Escape Animal Bodies Would Look Like

Skeletons Escaping Bodies

Photo credit: Paul Jackson

British artist Paul Jackson, who now resides in Toronto, Canada, specializes in dark pen-and-pencil drawings of various animals' skeletons (sometimes organs) trying to escape their bodies. He started drawing when he was 5 and always knew that the career path of a professional artist was his life's calling. That's not to say he didn't try other things first, as Jackson toured the world with a band for 8-years first. Continue reading for more.


豚と生活する7歳男児が発見され話題に 言葉話せず

中国河南省濮陽市で、7歳男児が屋外で豚と育てられているのが発見される。写真がインターネットに投稿され衝撃が広がっているという。 続きを読む

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3D Printers Can Be Used to Make Lots of Things, Including This Walking Robot Tank

3D Printed Robot

The HMS Boudicca, by Singapore toy maker Michael Sng, isn't just a static sculpture, it's a fully-functional, 3D-printed robot tank. That's right, it was painted and assembled entirely by hand, boasting a hexapodal walking motion, powered toy guns, along with a host of other electronics. Believe it or not, you can actually buy this robot for a cool $5,000. Continue reading for two videos and more information.



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It Looks Like a Giant Racing Helmet, But TL3 is a High-Tech Racing Simulator, Complete with Hydraulics

TL3 Racing Simulator

At first glance, this appears to be giant racing helmet perhaps used as a commemorative sculpture somewhere, but it's actually a high-tech racing simulator. Called the TL3, it uses a system of three perfectly-calibrated projectors to display a 5760 x 1080 image more than 7 feet across over 5 displays, giving you a stunning real view, while the variable position cockpit assures you're at the correct viewpoint. That's right driving a Porsche 911 GT3 RS, Lamborghini Avendator SV, a tank, or even an F1 car, will each provide a unique experience. Continue reading for the video and more information.