Honda’s New ASIMO Robot Can Dance and Play Soccer

Honda recently showed the new and improved ASIMO robot, and all the things the humanoid bot can do. The new Asimo stands for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, a name that it earns by being able to accomplish complex movements, and even a bit of dance. Asimo can walk around on its legs, assess its surroundings, and make intelligent decisions based on input from its sensors.

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Cute Marshmallow Cat Floats On Your Coffee

Say hello to CafeCat, the cute marshmallow cat that goes into your coffee cup and floats adorably at the surface. Available in chocolate and vanilla flavors, the cats will eventually dissolve in the coffee, but not before making a cute appearance and impression. The feline treats are available in a variety, that includes the cat face, and kitty paws so you could comfortably take your pick. Available here.

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Hardcore Armor for Your iPhone

Being a phone is not an easy job, especially when in the hands of someone prone to dropping the phone every now and then. If that describes the risk your phone runs, or even if you are generally careful about the safety of your phone, [BRIC+]extreme might just be the case you need.

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Kinetic Sculpture Made From Popsicle Sticks

Popsicle sticks, they can do all sorts of things. Like these wonderful kinetic sculptures that Joyce Lin made. The sculptures are popsicle sticks for the most part, though other ingredients do find their way in as well for a few odd jobs. A design student at RISD, Joyce made these sculptures during her spare time.

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Star Wars X-Wing and Tie Fighter Engagement Rings

Paul Michael Design has the right way to express love, and to know if it really is love. X-Wing and Tie Fighter engagement rings ought to take love to the stars.

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The Wisdom That Comes From Being ’60s Spiderman

Animated Spiderman of the ’60s was a treasure trove of wisdom. People missed it of course, so here’s some of the wisdom so you never forget.

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Creepy Fish With Human Teeth

Pacu, as this fish is incorrectly called in place of the violent spawn of hellfire that it is, happens to be a native of South American freshwaters. Pacu is a relative of the Piranha, but mostly it is an omnivore with vegetative tendencies and prefer nuts and fruits; except for when they attack and kill other fish, or chomp on human nuts.

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Photoshop for Real World

Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi (previously) takes a humor filled look at the little things you could do in life if photoshop tools existed beyond the virtual world. Her series Photoshop in Real Life delves on the things you could do, if you had the magic of photoshop to command. Interestingly unlike similar concepts, this series is not all about improving looks, but mostly includes a certain sense of humor that the virtual tools would bring to the real world.

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Popular Anime Series as Traditional Japanese Prints

Illustrator Jed Henry combines traditional Japanese art with modern popular culture icons to create these beautiful prints. His series of video game characters as traditional Japanese woodblock prints has been extremely successful, and now the artist is also working on combining popular anime with traditional Japanese woodblock art.

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See These Pics, Get Flipped-off By People From All Over the World

French photographer Jolipunk traveled to several places around the world, and came back with a photo series that shows locals flipping the bird. The inspiration for the series came from a desire to do the opposite of what his contemporaries do. So while others try to portray the lands they visit as exotic, Jolipunk decided to go the opposite way, and call the series Fucking Tourists.

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