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Most Impressive Home Made Iron Man Helmet

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iron man helmetRyan Brooks, who calls himself The Real Tony Stark, has completed a Mark III Iron Man helmet with working lights and opening faceplate, plus sounds.

We could go on and on about how cool this thing is, but a picture (or video) is worth many thousands of words in this case!

 

 

Whatcha think?  Cool?  Uber cool?  Super Uber cool plus?

Source: UberGizmo


Watch Iron Man Being Made on a 3D Printer

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Check out this cool video of Jason Lopes of Legacy Effects print Iron Man out on a 3D printer!

“Nov. 8 (Bloomberg) — Jason Lopes, lead systems engineer at Legacy Effects, explains how some of your favorite Hollywood superheroes and characters are created using 3D printing technology. He speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “The Pulse.””

Source: Bloomberg


United States Commissions Iron Man Armor

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Hard to believe, but the military has delegated funds to develop and mass produce Iron Man armor for soldiers.

This isn’t just some exoskeleton for lifting heavy objects though- this is more like the comic book version of Extremis.

Iron ManHere’s what our source has to say:

“The technology in Iron Man is getting a step closer to reality thanks to the United States military. The Army has commissioned a Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, which would provide the wearer with superhuman abilities like night vision, enhanced strength, and protection from gunfire.

Each suit would have an on-board computer that would be able to instantly respond to certain situations and provide the user with enhanced situational awareness. According to the press release, the suit may use liquid armor, currently under development at MIT, which has the ability to transform from a “liquid to solid in milliseconds when a magnetic field or electrical current is applied.” The goal is full-body ballistic protection, theoretically allowing the wearer to literally walk through a stream of bullets. A panel that rests against the skin would be able to detect and respond to the body’s core temperature, skin temperature, heart rate, and hydration levels. The suit would also provide basic life support, such as heat, air, and oxygen.”

Another example of Iron Man’s world having an influence on current technology, similar to what Elon Musk has come up with.

Hopefully, the current governmental shutdown won’t impact funding for Iron Man Extremis armor ;)

Source: InfoWars


Building Your Own Working ARC Reactor

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Halloween is right around the proverbial corner so it’s time to stark thinking about what Iron Man related goodies you might enjoy tinkering to make.

Custom ARC Reactor
Custom ARC Reactor

If you’re on the handy side, why not undertake this super simple project and make your own custom Iron Man/ Tony Stark ARC Reactor?

It’s far from challenging, as you can see from the video below:

Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
“Parts list:

  • GEMMA wearable microcontroller
  • NeoPixel ring
  • single FLORA NeoPixel
  • solid-core hookup wire
  • JST extension cable
  • 3xAAA battery pack with batteries
  • 2x laser-cut/etched acrylic in clear or white (files on Thingiverse)
  • elastic
  • safety pin or velcro
  • E6000 craft glue or hot melt glue
  • needle and thread
  • tracing/printer paper

Tools:

  • soldering iron & solder
  • helping third hand tool
  • pliers
  • wire strippers
  • flush snips
  • scissors”

Source: AdaFruit