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    Chris Romwell free runs through the streets surrounding San Diego Comic-Con 2013, filmed by Devin Graham.
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    How Much Caffeine Are You Actually Getting in That Cup of
    Thrillist has made an infographic showing “how much caffeine is actually in your coffee” from McDonald’s to Death Wish Coffee Company (who touts the “strongest coffee in the world”).
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    Blumasters has imagined what level 1-1 and 1-2 of Super Mario Bros. would be like with modern day sound and visual effects, Cool effects!
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    BackofHand Soap Dispenser
    After handling raw meat and poultry, jalapeños, dirt, things and areas in the bathroom, zombie viruses, or any other gross thing you wouldn't want to spread around, wash your hands with soap dispensed from innovative container, which lets you use the back of your hand to press down and dispense in a more hygienic manner.
    It features a unique design that allows it to be operated with the back of one hand, helping to keep the top of the C-Pump head cleaner and more hygienic.

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    Do We Expand With The Universe?
    Paperdude VR rides into the neighborhood with Oculus Rift

    Globacore, a creative technology company, they bring the new Paperdude VR game using next generation virtual reality headset the Oculus Rift combined with a real bike and Microsoft Kinect motion controller. Dubbed Paperdude VR, this work-in-progress is a first-person homage to Atari's 1984 classic, Paperboy. Watch the video of it in action. In the video, a player rides a stationary bike and attempts to toss newspapers into peoples' mailboxes.
    They explains, how the Paperdude VR game was created:
    “PaperDude VR is built in Unity with 3D assets created in 3D studio and textured in Photoshop. The KickR sensor detects the speed of the bike and has the ability to provide programatically controlled resistance. The KickR communicates speed and cadence through bluetooth to a nearby iPad which updates our app over OSC.
    The Oculus Rift VR headset lets you look around your scene in a full 360 degrees and allows you to focus your newspaper aim. The Kinect controller tracks the positions of your hands and arms, and detects the paper-throwing gesture.”
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    The Jedi free runners are Jeremy Carpenter and Sinjin Cooper.
    The Hot Watch smartwatch is a device that allows you to control some of its functions via simple gesture controls. With just a wave of the hand, the smartwatch allows the user to answer a call, reject a call, or dial a favorite number. With Patent Pending Hands on Talk Technology that redefines what you can do with a watch, enabling you to send and receive messages while allowing you to make private calls without touching your phone. In addition to calling functions, the Hot Watch also supports apps for SMS messaging, as well as weather, stock, pedometer, and social networking. There's also a function that automatically dials an emergency number if the wearer suddenly falls down. The device will cost $169 for those not pledging early support on the company's Kickstarter campaign, the campaign at the Kickstarter.
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    Outlaw Soaps
    These awesome smelling handmade soaps come in manly fragrances like “Fire in the Hole” (campfire, gunpowder, sage, whiskey and bacon) and “Hair of the Dog” (whiskey and coffee).
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    iPhone Fan
    Fan attachment for your iPhone, features flexible blade material. At thinkgeek($13) and Amazon($3).
    William Trubridge dives deep on a breathtaking journey into the big blue sea while by land breathing the zen of freediving. William Trubridge is a world champion and double world record holding freediver from New Zealand. He was born in the UK but moved to New Zealand when he was 18 months old.
    As of 2013 Trubridge held the world record in the free immersion and the constant weight without fins disciplines, and was the first to break the 100m barrier unassisted.
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