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Amsterdam's Joris Laarman Labs is leading the way in applying the principles of 3D-printing to manufacturing. They're providing industry with resources to print metals free-form, without the hassle of additional support structures. The MX3D has had success with steel, stainless steel, aluminum, bronze, and copper.

Are you looking for a way to freshen up your home decor? A Canadian designer created an interactive wall that responds to passersby. The Hexi is a system of 60 motion sensors that quiver, rotate and mirror their surroundings.

Grilling is perhaps one of the most iconic American culinary traditions. Nothing beats roasting burgers outdoors, and now you can fire one up anywhere. Frontrunner's spare-tire mounted barbecue is perfect for on-the-go grilling. Simply pull over, grab the grill from your spare-tire, and cook up a snack.

Ryan Tronier

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