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BAE borrow Batman Tumbler style for concept battle bots

BAE borrow Batman Tumbler style for concept battle bots

BAE Systems has admitted to have borrowing stylistic cues from the Tumbler Batmobile used in the rebooted Batman franchise for some of their latest ground warfare concepts. The team responsible for the Future Protected Vehicles project told The Engineer that one particular unmanned assault vehicle, Raider, was inspired by the Tumbler's motorbike-style turning system and wheel configuration.

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Batman Tumbler golf cart is slower than original (but easier to park)

Batman Tumbler golf cart is slower than original (but easier to park)

There's no denying that in the world of DIY Tumbler replicas - a pretty small world, we'll grant you - Bob Dullam's full-sized version leads the pack; still, we've a lot of love for this dinky Tumbler golf cart version too.  Spotted by This LA Life on the Warner Bros. studio lot, the Batman-themed buggy was originally thought to be film director Chris Nolan's ride of choice but later turned out to belong to another, unnamed director who just so happens to be a huge Batman fan.

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Lego Batman to feature Harley Quinn as a playable character

Lego Batman to feature Harley Quinn as a playable character

I really wish I could explain what it is that still fascinates me about Legos. I loved them when I was a kid, and still I buy new sets every now and again. Most of my experience with the tiny bricks lately has been in Star Wars form, either with new sets or the Lego Star Wars game for my 360. I was excited when I finally beat the game at 100%, but sad at the same time. Luckily I still have Lego Indiana Jones and Lego Batman to look forward to. If you haven't heard about Lego Batman, you'll love it.

Batman Collapsible Desk Clock

Batman Collapsible Desk Clock

Even we adults need their toys, we just call them desktop accessories as time goes on. This Batman Collapsible Desk Clock is sleek enough to almost look grown up, almost.

The Batmobile From Batman Forever Sold For $350K

The Batmobile From Batman Forever Sold For $350K

To the Batmobile! Oh how I miss that sentence. Batman was one of my favorite super heroes, and I wish I could afford his Batmobile. The Batmobile from Batman Forever was sold for $350k. John O'Quinn is the lucky winner of the auction at Kruse Inernational Auction. He’s a rich lawyer that made his big pile of greens from tobacco lawsuit settlement. O'Quinn bought more than just the Batmobile, he also snagged a 2005 Lamborghini Gallardo that was signed by a celebrity for a cool half million dollars, a 1938 Cadillac 90 that was used by the Vatican for $250k, and a 1941 Packard Super 8 Lebaron Limo that was used by Harry Truman and FDR for $289k.

Lawyer pays $350K for Batman Forever Batmobile [via autoblog]

NVIDIA GRID calls dibs on 1080p60 game streaming

NVIDIA GRID calls dibs on 1080p60 game streaming

If some of the major companies in the gaming industry are to be believed, rentingstreaming games over the Internet is the future. Or at least the distant future. But while that type of business promises no downloads and no installs, it partly sacrifices quality on the altar of convenience. At least until today. NVIDIA is understandably proud to claim that it is the first in this part of the gaming industry, which admittedly doesn't have much key players yet, to offer game streaming in Full HD quality at smooth 60 fps rates on its GRID games on demand service.

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Avengers: Infinity War to be shot entirely with new IMAX 2D cameras

Avengers: Infinity War to be shot entirely with new IMAX 2D cameras

The movie “Avengers: Infinity War”, both the first and the second parts, will be filmed entirely using IMAX cameras, making them the first two movies to do so. The announcement came from IMAX today, which has revealed that the movies’ directors Anthony and Joe Russo will be using the recently revealed IMAX 2D digital camera. We’d previously heard that the Russos were slated to get access to the cameras, and that about 15 minutes of “Captain America: Civil War” will be filmed using them.

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Six months of Arkham Knight DLC will run you $40, season pass incoming

Six months of Arkham Knight DLC will run you $40, season pass incoming

Today Warner Bros. and Rocksteady announced have a pricey DLC season pass in the works for Batman: Arkham Knight. The season pass will be good for six months after the game's June 23rd release date. This latest game in the Arkham series will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC; I have a feeling that this is going to be the game that will make finally set aside my PS3 and hop onboard the PS4. In that case, there's always the Batman: Arkham Knight PS4 Bundle.

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