Making you sweat

Gatorade installed vending machines all across Toronto equipped with sensors that would establish whether users had “sweat” enough, by placing their palm onto the unit, to deserve a free Gatorade which it would then dispense. If the “reading” wasn’t high enough, it would suggest the user do more (burpees, jumping jacks, etc.) to work up a sweat and to try again. This was apart of Gatorade Canada’s #keepsweating campaign on social media. Not even a machine could make me do burpees.

Disney-fy your cake

Disney has launched projection mapping as part of their Wishes Collection Wedding package available at Walt Disney World. Brides and Grooms can now customize their wedding cake to have animations from their favorite Disney movies projected onto the fondant surface of their wedding cakes. As if weddings weren’t expensive enough these packages start at $12,000!

3D printing…a house.

Using a 6.6-meter-tall, 32-meter-long industrial printer and a mixture of construction waste (sand, concrete and glass fiber) and concrete for printing material a Chinese company is using 3D-printing technology to build cheap housing. A single story one room house can be built for less than $5,000.