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3Doodler


Image a pen with which, whatever you write could just come out of the paper and stand out in 3D!

wouldn’t it be amazing??

Well with this 3Doodler pen, you can actually just do exactly that. Just write something on a paper, and it comes out of the paper in 3D!

or even forget the paper, just get a base for support and start drawing in the air! sounds pretty cool yeah!?

you can see the 3Doodler in action here in this video:

It works kind of similar to a glue gun, and uses (ABS or PLA) plastic as an Ink (similar to those used by 3D printers) which is heated and cooled to get the Ink to flow out and then harden it as desired.

The good thing about this 3Doodler is that you can just start writing and the things will come to 3D, unlike other 3D printers in which you have to provide models and do some programming or use some software etc. to get it to work. So basically any layman can use it. It’s just as easy as using a normal pen. It’s up to you to be as creative as you can! 🙂

More on 3Doodler can be found Here: 3Doodler

 

Cheers! 😀

Android Jelly Bean


Google has already released Android 4.1 code name: Jelly Bean

here are a few of the new features in Jelly Bean and a few Tips and Tricks as well that you can try out on Jelly Bean!

 

Google Now

This is one of the most highlighted feature of Jelly Bean. With this feature you can now get all you information like weather, location, sports,news, searches etc all in one place, which save a lot of effort in going to various apps for doing different things. Users can quickly launch Google Now from the home screen or from the lock screen, by long pressing the home button a white semicircle pops out with the Google logo printed on it. Now, just drag your finger towards the logo and it will instantly launch Google Now. The Google Now function can also be launched by pressing the Back button on the home screen and then moving your finger towards the same semicircle and logo that appears on the screen.

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Google Now

You can also talk to Google now same as Apple’s Siri ask random questions and “Now” will answer back or search the web for relevant information. not as good as Siri though, but it’s a start in that direction.

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