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    This week, "bored during school" asks, “How does a two-way mirror work?”
    Oaxis inkCase i6 Puts an eReader Screen On The Back Of Your iPhone
    Apple  
    Oaxis’ inkCase i6 has an 800 x 480 4.3″ anti-glare eInk display on the back of the case that communicates with your mobile via Bluetooth. This way you can display any number of things while using no power from your device, things like the weather, wallpapers, sports score tracking, etc. And since the eInk only uses power when being updated, the integrated 300mAh of battery, small as it seems, should be enough to last for several days without needing a charge. There’s no word on price or availability. Oaxis says the i6 will be available in spring, but we don’t know about the Android version.
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    The Koenigsegg Regera
    A 1,500 horsepower  Regera hybrid hypercar. The Regera will be handcrafted in only 80 examples. The interior features; added insulation, 8 way electrically adjustable memory foam seats. A Koenigsegg 9" infotainment system, 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity, front, inner and rear camera system with recording capability, Apple CarPlay, supreme sound system, ambient lighting and many other great new features.
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    Blue Vision by AdnanBubalo
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    Blue Vision by AdnanBubalo.
    Sushi roll towels

    Sushi roll towels
    Design  
    Dreamed up for OTOTO by Tel Aviv-based designer Jenny Pokryvailo.
    "These kitchen towels are woven with the aesthetic patterns of sushi ingredients. By rolling the towel step by step you can easily create your own sushi in your kitchen. A towel can be rolled as a regular Maki and as an inside out Maki."
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    Batman v. Superman v. Iron Man v. Captain America: Dawn of Civil War
    Sport  
    'Amazing Pool Trick Shots'  by Steve Markle.
    3DPrinted Edible Morsel
    Edible Growth is an ongoing project by Eindhoven-based food designer Chloé Rutzerveld that has created a 3D-printed edible morsel using a combination of technical and natural processes. The morsel is grown inside a 3D-printed edible structure, with plants and fungi sprouting out after about five days. Once printed, it takes a few days for the seeds and mushrooms to germinate after which they start to poke out of the small holes on top. All that’s left to do is pop it in your mouth. Rutzerveld’s design is currently just a concept and would involve several years of research, namely around 3d printing technology and issues of food safety.
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    How we think complex cells evolved
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    Cup, I like it.
    SubmarineShaped Butter Spreader
    Design  
    The spreader is designed to look like the sail of a submarine—aka the raised section on top—but instead of sailors, you fill it with a small square of butter and then rub it back and forth across the top of your corn. There's also an extra compartment on top for salt. cool design!
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