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    Watermelon Bread, this colorful bread got its start at a Taiwanese establishment called Jimmy’s Bakery.
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    Complex Props' latest creation, a life-size replica of a compound bow from the Thief games, made almost entirely out of 3D printed parts. 3D Print says it took 50 hours to print the 32″ bow’s 16 main parts. Hero Complex Props says they’ll sell the bow for around $200 (USD). Contact them on Facebook if you’re interested.
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    Here’s a fake Ribeye being made from beef brisket and cheap chopped up stew meat.
    "In this video I try to shed some light on Transglutaminase aka meat glue. This stuff is used in a lot of "formed meats", but some eateries are actually passing off "formed steaks" as the real deal! "
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    YouTube user styropyro made a 40W laser shotgun. Powered by  a lithium polymer battery pack (capable up dumping 250A). The output of this laser is complete insanity, is made up of 8 parallel 5W laser beams totaling to 40W, and its capabilities in bursting balloons and reducing ping pong balls and pieces of wood to piles of flames and ash almost instantaneously.
    "The parallel beams are manipulated with lenses, sort of like how a choke modifies the spread of a shotgun blast.
    The massive diode array is powered by a huge lithium polymer battery pack (capable up dumping 250A) and the laser array is regulated by a whopping 24 LM317 drivers
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    Thanks to the Wearable Muscle Sensor Platform. The project is currently up on Kickstarter but has already been fully funded. This is a tutorial on makezine to build your own claws.
    "Our tutorial will teach you to build bionic claws using our fourth-generation muscle sensor, the MyoWare. Simply flex your forearm muscle and *SNIKT*, a fraction of a second later the 4 inch claws extend out. Relax your forearm to retract the claws. We’ve even added a muscle-activated locking mechanism in case you want the claws to stay out without keeping your muscle flexed.  "
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    Grant Thompson, the “King of Random” at Instructables, explains how to make  your own gummi LEGO bricks and minifigs.  You can buy a pre-made silicone LEGO brick mold or make your own.  It's not too complicated.
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    12 Things you can do with an Egg
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    Man at Arms: this time they recreated the retractable wrist blades from Predator  from the Alien vs. Predator movie.  The design is especially sick because they made the entire gauntlet that Predators wear on their wrist and it can quickly shoot out with one motion.
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    Savage built the chair itself over the course of several weeks after being disappointed with one he purchased online. The wiring of the lights and sounds was intended to only take a day, but due to some technical issues with finicky LEDs, the process took much longer.
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    This is a full-size Volkswagen Bus that has been given a custom R2-D2 wrap by instructables user mimaki cg60. He used CorelDraw and Photoshop to work out the design, then had the images printed on a vinyl wrap.See more pictures after the break.
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    Here’s how to tie a “heel lock” or “lace lock”. A lot of running and hiking shoes have an extra shoelace hole at the top (if your shoes don’t have an extra hole, just use the top regular hole instead). We’re going to use these holes to create loops on the inside and outside of our shoe.
     Once we have created loops on both sides of our shoe we cross our laces and insert them into the loop on the other side. We then cinch our laces down. Make sure to pull the end of your laces down to create the actual “lock”. Lace your shoe in a balanced shoelace knot and you’re done. No more shoe blisters!
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    A Demonstration of How to Tie a Regular Necktie Into a Bow Tie.
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    Celebrate magazine shows you how to make spooky burgers that it calls Spider Sliders. The recipe calls for the conventional components of cheeseburgers as well as fries.
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    Instructables member BooKooDesigns has put inside this mini bike to make it!
    "This bike can reach about 35mph on a fully charged I-on battery. It will also turn peoples heads when you zip past them riding on a drill. This bike can fit Rigid, Makita, Dewalt, Ryobi, etc. A drill with about 1700 to 2000+ rpm is ideal to get this bike moving. Overall this bike is a great, fun to ride and handles great."
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    Rosanna Pansino made a Captain America Pepperoni Pizza in celebration of the new "Avengers: Age of Ultron" movie coming out.
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    Avengers fan and owner of Laser Gadgets Patrick Priebe has fashioned an Iron Man glove equipped with lasers, sound effects and other fun gizmos.  The glove has two lasers and a launcher that ejects small “shells.” The blue laser packs a punch, with the ability to burn wood and pop balloons in an instant. The red laser also pops balloons and generally looks cool, red and lasery.
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    This is the Instructable for making your own Cookie Monster skin rug.  It basically involves finding blue fur fabric, cutting it out into the shape of a skinned Cookie Monster, then attaching some eyeballs. Pretty simple.
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    Industrial designer Christian Poulsen  has  made a mini BB-8 Droid used a magnet and  modified Sphero robot ball. After cutting the toy up, painting it and adding an internal magnet to hold up BB-8's head, he had himself an adorable droid. His BB-8 is controlled via Bluetooth with the Sphero mobile app. If you're willing to get your hands dirty, you can follow Poulsen's step-by-step guide and build your own.
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    Caitlin Lee of Public Lives creates a  recipe for candy-colored homemade mini Pop-Tart cereal. Secret Recipes Instagram photo stream.
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    How to take your left-over legos and turn them into a secret, hidden, magnetized safe.
    In this project we will show you how to take those old Legos you have laying around and turn them into something unique and useful! We will be creating a hidden drawer inside a lego block that will not draw suspicion. By attaching some magnets to our final project we can create a safe only accessible if you know where the internal magnet is.
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