Raspberry Pi and OpenScan make a better 3D scanner than your phone

Raspberry Pi and OpenScan make a better 3D scanner than your phone

I have a question about 3D scanning devices: Why aren't they easier to access? Today a project by Thomas Megel made the rest of the handheld smart device universe look silly by comparison. With OpenScan project software, Raspberry Pi, and the Pi camera v2.1, Megel created a budget-friendly 3D-scanning system that's able to capture highly accurate 10-micron 3D scans with relative ease.

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Stanford says there are four big reasons you’re tired of video calls

Stanford says there are four big reasons you’re tired of video calls

If you're burnt out on 'zooming,' you're not the only one. Many people are still working and studying from home nearly a full year since the pandemic was declared. Though many people are able to get along fine with just email and messaging services, others are required to stay in a video chat for their entire work shift or school session -- and that, a new study says, has created an environment that many people have grown weary of.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home revealed as third MCU Spidey flick

Spider-Man: No Way Home revealed as third MCU Spidey flick

After three separate teases from Spider-Man's main cast were published yesterday, it seems that we finally have a title for the third MCU Spider-Man movie. While Zendaya, Tom Holland, and Jacob Batalon respectively revealed the titles Spider-Man: Home Slice, Spider-Man: Phone Home, and Spider-Man: Homewrecker yesterday, it turns out that none of those are the film's actual title.

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Disney+ series Loki and Star Wars: The Bad Batch new release dates revealed

Disney+ series Loki and Star Wars: The Bad Batch new release dates revealed

Today the folks at Disney responsible for promotion of Disney+ programming revealed two important release dates. One is for the next Star Wars series, the other is for the next Marvel Comics series. These are likely two of Disney+'s most important date reveals, as no Star Wars series is currently running new episodes, and we're nearly at the end of WandaVision.

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Amazon tests a Smart Cuckoo Clock, but its future is uncertain

Amazon tests a Smart Cuckoo Clock, but its future is uncertain

The cuckoo clock -- the kind where something cute or amusing comes out to mark a new hour -- has largely fallen out of fashion. Analog clocks in the home are, in general, something you don't see too often, but that didn't stop Amazon from launching a hybrid smart analog clock...and now it is testing a cuckoo clock concept.

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ELEGOO Mars Pro Review – A tiny 3D printing titan

ELEGOO Mars Pro Review – A tiny 3D printing titan

This printer is tiny, but mighty. The printer works with the sort of printing technique that's both messier and far, far more accurate than the most basic sorts of 3D printers on the block. The Mars Pro is a MSLA 3D printer with UV photocuring resin, courtesy of a matrix UV LED array.

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Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.2 hit with delay following CD Projekt Red cyber attack

Cyberpunk 2077 update 1.2 hit with delay following CD Projekt Red cyber attack

CD Projekt Red today announced a delay for Cyberpunk 2077's big February update. This delay is a side effect from the company's security breach earlier this month, in which hackers made off with a number of internal documents (including the source code for various CD Projekt games) and threatened to release them if a ransom wasn't paid.

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Xbox Series X in stock at GameStop, PS5 restock imminent

Xbox Series X in stock at GameStop, PS5 restock imminent

A restock for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S hit GameStop this afternoon in multiple formats. Online sales appeared for the Xbox Series S and White Controller System Bundle for $425. An Xbox Series X Madden NFL 21 and Black Controller System Bundle was released as well, for a cool $695.

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Valheim hits another big milestone in amazing time

Valheim hits another big milestone in amazing time

It was just a few days ago that Valheim developer Iron Gate was celebrating three million sales of its game, and now it has announced an entirely new milestone. Valheim has managed to sell 4 million copies in its short period of availability so far, but what's impressive about that isn't necessarily the total number of sales - massive though it may be - but rather the amount of time it took to get there.

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YouTube Supervised Accounts limit access to content for teens

YouTube Supervised Accounts limit access to content for teens

This week the folks at YouTube revealed a new way to work with videos for kids and young adults. YouTube's latest feature was made as "a new choice for parents who have decided their tweens and teens are ready to explore YouTube with a supervised account." This feature will be launched first with a BETA mode, with a larger launch later this year.

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Teenage Engineering teams with Nothing tech: It’s about to get weird

Teenage Engineering teams with Nothing tech: It’s about to get weird

If you were waiting for the Nothing technology company to team up with an interesting partner, wait no more. Today the Nothing company announced that they'd officially added Teenage Engineering to their list of Founding Partners. This is going to get weirder before it heads down the beaten path, of that you can be sure.

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Super Smash Bros Ultimate Pyra and Mythra deep dive dated

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Pyra and Mythra deep dive dated

A week ago, Nintendo hosted a new Direct in which one of the main announcements was the next DLC fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. As it turns out, the next DLC character is actually two fighters in one: Pyra and Mythra from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. While the introduction trailer gave us a taste of what Pyra and Mythra can do on the battlefield, we were left in the dark regarding their actual moveset and capabilities.

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