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Via: TechCrunch
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You scream, I scream, we all transform an off-the-shelf Cuisinart soft-serve maker to extrude super-cooled and 3D-printed shells of ice cream! Three students at MIT, Kyle Hounsell, Kristine Bunker, and David Donghyun Kim, have created a homemade ice cream printer that extrudes soft serve and immediately freezes it so that it can be layered on a cooled plate.
Via: The Copenhagen Wheel
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The Copenhagen Wheel developed at MIT learns how you pedal and integrates seamlessly with your motion to make your riding a more enjoyable and effortless experience. Connect the wheel to your smart phone to monitor your activity and customize your ride.

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A projector mounted above the surface provides context to the shapeshifting pins, giving them color and highlighting depth. In a video released by MIT, the table is shown moving a ball, mirroring a book, displaying 3D charts, and giving an extremely visible smartphone notification.
Via: Uproxx
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... when he was 15...

Not only that, the engineering prodigy from Sierra Leone once built a battery out of scrap metal, baking soda and acid to power his family's house. Yep, he is a kludge god in the purest sense of the term. Uproxx called him a teenage Tony Stark, and we'd be inclined to agree. I'd also like to add this request:

Get. This. Kid. A. Scholarship. MIT, Cal-Tech, Harvey Mudd, Olin, anywhere. Step up!