Over on io9, I’ve been charting my progress on how to make a set of Stormtrooper armor, working off of a kit. But, how do you make the kit in the first place? You need a vaccuforming machine.
This video goes over all the details of how one of these machines works.
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In the beginning, there were three. There was Leap Transit, the Andreessen Horowitz-backed bus startup stocked with Blue Bottle Coffee and furnished with plush stool seating for morning and evening commuters. Then there was the Nightschool’s nostalgic take with off-duty schoolbuses for late-night transport between the East Bay and San Francisco after the region’s commuter… Read More
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Welcome to this week’s Reading List, your Sunday guide to some of the most interesting science and technology stories on the internet this week. This week, we’ll examine a wartime deception, cyberattacks, swatting, and changes in the world around us.
- During the Second World War, the 23rd Headquarters Special Troops had a unique mission: staffed with art students, sound engineers and Hollywood writers, their job was to use creativity to deceive Germany. [Works That Work]
- Strater appears to be your typical American family, with one different: they’ve been regularly targeted for harassment by someone from the internet. [Daily Dot]
- A female gamer named Janet woke up to find a SWAT Team in her living room, called by an fellow gamer who reported a fake emergency. How SWATing became a thing. [New York Times]
- New York Magazine profiles the changes in a Brooklyn Street. [NY Mag]
- When a video store closed after a quarter century, here’s what one employee learned about his industry. [Vox]
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The booster was used as an experiment in and of itself, to measure seismic activity within the moon. Now, the crash site has been found.
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