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…Disaster Dioramas are dangerous papercraft?

Disaster Dioramas Hindenburg

Papercraft, or the art of folding, cutting, shaping and taping paper into physical objects, is often a laborious and tedious process that results in an intricate, yet boring piece of desk adornment.

However, Spitefuls’ Disaster Dioramas are different.

Featuring the Titanic and the Hindenburg (with many more to come, including The Alamo), Disaster Dioramas help you to “spiffy up your cubicle and help alleviate work boredom through a fun activity using common office supplies!”

Disaster Dioramas Titanic

Simply print out the pieces, cut them out, and fold them into shape. Each comes with its own display stand, so you can easily show off the results to your quizzical coworkers.

Now get folding!

[Spiteful – Disaster Dioramas]

[Via: MAKE: Blog]

…MythBusters are now painters?

Mona Lisa

To help demonstrate the difference between a GPU and a CPU for Nvidia’s NVISION show, Adam and Jamie of MythBusters fame put together two paintball painting machines.

The first paints a smiley face in a somewhat laborious fashion, while the second one paints the Mona Lisa in a drastically different way:

[Via: Gizmodo]