These "Look of Disapproval glasses" from Thingiverse gives you a 3D-printable option for turning your face into an emoticon. They're the first contribution from user Plasma2002, and the Makerbot folks have put out a call for the entire spectrum of human emotion to be captured in 3D-printable glasses.
Here’s what I’m thinking for an emoticon glasses challenge:
* Be the first to upload any kind of emoticon glasses to Thingiverse with the tag “emoticonglasses“.
* Be the first to upload a particular kind of emoticon glasses to Thingiverse with the tag “emoticonglasses“.
* Be the first to tweet a picture of yourself wearing emoticon glasses at a bar with the hashtag “#emoticonglasses“
Anyone who completes any of the above three challenges gets 9000 internet points and everlasting online fame!
YouTuber Die Struktur created the first rotating cat automaton that paints to musical accompaniment. Now, instead of “my kid could paint that,” idiots can say “my maneki-neko on a turntable could paint that.”
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