It might not print it big, but the Form 1 High-Res 3D Printer ($3,300) can print nearly anything you can imagine in exquisite detail. Using high-end stereolithography technology, the Form 1 can construct details as small as 300 microns, and can print objects up to 4.9″ x 4.9″ x 6.5″ in size. The included Form Software lets you start with .stl files and finalize your design, ensuring that every detail is there, just the way you designed it.
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It takes most people years to acquire a reasonable amount of add-on junk for the console of their choice — but if you lack the time and have the money the Pinel & Pinel arcade PS Trunk ($90,000) can have you gaming like an old pro on day one. This insane set includes a PS3, two Formula 1 racing seats with Thrustmaster steering wheels, a selection of 24 PS 3 games, an 1,800-watt sound system, a Playstation Move camera, four Move controllers, two Move shooter guns, four PS3 wireless buzzers, four Dualshock 3 controllers, two arcade fighting sticks, a 55″ Sony TV, and four pairs of 3D glasses, all of which is housed in a custom trunk that’s covered in calfskin and measures just 51″ x 55″ x 36″ when closed.
Maintaining a track-calibrated sports care can indeed become both bothersome and cost-intensive, but thanks to the unstoppable development simulators can offer almost life-like experiences. Fortunately, the sports car maker Ariel decided to team up with the Motion Simulator company to present the world the TL1. This unbelievable simulator is made for your home and features a full wrap-around screen via three synchronized high-grade HD projectors. We’re talking about 5760×1200 pixel for every kind of game your heart bumps as it is fully compatible with every PC and gaming console to come with HDMI, DVI, component or composite and be ensured that Vettel already owns one of these.
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