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#99 - Halo is not a game anymore, it's a franchise. So is Mario, zel…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/14/2014 on Game Over +2
User avatar #116 - mortolife (06/15/2014) [-]
Alright, I'll reiterate then. I never got into Zelda. The art style and story wasn't interesting to me and the lack of any actual dialogue between characters was very off putting. Mario was something I played on my gameboy color when I was in the car when I was younger. It was entertaining for a limited amount of time but there isn't any significant story and there hasn't been. Saving princesses to me is a tale of knights that we hear as little kids. I will give credit to metroid because there is substance to the story now and I enjoyed playing the new-ish games. When I first played halo, it was something very new and when I looked further into it, I found an enormous universe that held so much more than what I found in the games. Most classic Nintendo titles lacked these expansive universes and by the time they had developed them, I had already found a home with games like halo, mass effect, elder scrolls, and many shooter games like cod and battlefield because mindless violence is a nice change of pace from time to time. I guess it was kind of like growing up for me. Not to say that nintendo fans are immature, but nintendo itself took too long to mature for me.
#41 - and then it stabs you with it's poison and tries to lay eggs o…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/12/2014 on aw 0
#42 - anonymous (06/12/2014) [-]
*venom
#46 - leodart (06/12/2014) [-]
Not even so much the venom but the bacteria in those spines
Kinda like a komodo dragon you get mad infections that fuck your shit
#87 - depicting anthromorphized animals without women. what a waste  [+] (1 new reply) 06/11/2014 on If we evolved from... 0
#116 - anonymous (06/11/2014) [-]
You expected a goat-version of a chick? Gotta love those flappy, hairy goat nipples and horribly unkempt goat teeth! Sexy!
#63 - After reading the book I really wanna watch it bad. 06/11/2014 on Dark Souls: The Movie 0
#96 - I don't watch GoT, but when I found what happened in that scen…  [+] (1 new reply) 06/10/2014 on Mass Thrones 0
User avatar #98 - aldothenazi (06/10/2014) [-]
He doesnt die so dont worry about the shitstorm.
#41 - Enjoy your burns from cooking water dripping bacon in hot oil  [+] (2 new replies) 06/10/2014 on Stop the shrinking -1
User avatar #62 - Nihatclodra (06/10/2014) [-]
who the fuck uses oil to fry bacon?
#59 - killerofcows (06/10/2014) [-]
what hot oil ? just put watered bacon in a hot pan, noone said anything about adding oil
#2854 - **pedokuma rolled image ** let's do this 06/07/2014 on Your new penis +1
#50 - Never said it was simple, always knew the more compact you try…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Homemade Wolverine Claws 0
User avatar #51 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
The cylinders and the tubing aren't too bad, nor are the valves and other electronics.
The air compressor is where the price goes up, thankfully they're pretty much a one-time investment.
Silly projects of a 30 year old with way too much time on his hands are in a realm of their own.
This is the guy who built a pulse jet engine, because he could, and then mounted it on a bike...
And made a turbojet engine, and powered his bbq with it, for the hell of it.
www.youtube.com/user/colinfurze
#58 - anonymous (05/28/2014) [-]
I think what you are both missing is that the three blades can be linked further down by a bar not only would this provide stability but it would allow you to control all three with less hassel with either system.
User avatar #62 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
That's the problem that I posed earlier. In his pneumatic system they are fused together.
To have them together and to have springs on both sides of them, would increase the outside width, which is already pretty wide, and you'd need even stronger/larger springs as you're moving a lot more steel than the individual blades.
#7 - mochi filled ice cream jesus save me  [+] (1 new reply) 05/28/2014 on The claw +11
User avatar #15 - sweetbutteryjesus (05/28/2014) [-]
no
#73 - >dick not going through the other hole. 2/10 would… 05/28/2014 on Something Wrong With My Bike 0
#47 - I've seen a string gear system, which when pulled rotates the …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Homemade Wolverine Claws 0
User avatar #49 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
So, making two tri-geared double spring systems, on a string geared release?
An assassins creed knockoff isn't too hard, the blade is sideways, so the string comes out the side as well. You pull your hand upwards to pull the string.
With these you'd need to consolidate three separate vertical string releases, per hand.
And I'm not sure how you'd pull the string with it above your hand, awfully hard to have hands pull downwards with a steel plate holding them rigid.
This is sounding more complicated than the pneumatic system.
User avatar #50 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
Never said it was simple, always knew the more compact you try to do it the more pain in the ass it gets. I'm just imagining the whole thing so I don't know how viable it actually is.

Also I thought pneum cylinders were expensive as shit, I just looked it up and it's not bad pricing.
User avatar #51 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
The cylinders and the tubing aren't too bad, nor are the valves and other electronics.
The air compressor is where the price goes up, thankfully they're pretty much a one-time investment.
Silly projects of a 30 year old with way too much time on his hands are in a realm of their own.
This is the guy who built a pulse jet engine, because he could, and then mounted it on a bike...
And made a turbojet engine, and powered his bbq with it, for the hell of it.
www.youtube.com/user/colinfurze
#58 - anonymous (05/28/2014) [-]
I think what you are both missing is that the three blades can be linked further down by a bar not only would this provide stability but it would allow you to control all three with less hassel with either system.
User avatar #62 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
That's the problem that I posed earlier. In his pneumatic system they are fused together.
To have them together and to have springs on both sides of them, would increase the outside width, which is already pretty wide, and you'd need even stronger/larger springs as you're moving a lot more steel than the individual blades.
#52 - I think they taught her too damn well 05/28/2014 on Temple Of Doom 0
#43 - I was thinking more of a spring set for each blade that can be…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Homemade Wolverine Claws 0
User avatar #45 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XMpIJ5AspU
^^ A little video on how out the front switchblades work.

Carving notches to have a stop catch shouldn't be too hard, nor should mounting the springs, assuming you can find ones powerful enough... But, how would you release all of them from the hand position?
The switchblades button depresses the stop catch, which allows the spring to shoot the blade in it's respective direction.
But, with no access from the bottom, I don't see how you can manage that...
Electronically? Then you need a battery and servo system, which is a backpack again.
Frictional locks? I think the bumping of you swinging them around would bounce the blade out of the catch.
I guess you could release each blade individually from the top, like an actual switch blade, but then it'd be a two handed mechanism, and not automatic...
User avatar #47 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
I've seen a string gear system, which when pulled rotates the gear and pulls one way and when pulled again pulls the other way, simulating a switch blade.
also electronically would only require a very small motor around half an inch small (I've seen smaller on toy helicopters), watch batteries, and some wires. something that should fit inside the whole contraption.
User avatar #49 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
So, making two tri-geared double spring systems, on a string geared release?
An assassins creed knockoff isn't too hard, the blade is sideways, so the string comes out the side as well. You pull your hand upwards to pull the string.
With these you'd need to consolidate three separate vertical string releases, per hand.
And I'm not sure how you'd pull the string with it above your hand, awfully hard to have hands pull downwards with a steel plate holding them rigid.
This is sounding more complicated than the pneumatic system.
User avatar #50 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
Never said it was simple, always knew the more compact you try to do it the more pain in the ass it gets. I'm just imagining the whole thing so I don't know how viable it actually is.

Also I thought pneum cylinders were expensive as shit, I just looked it up and it's not bad pricing.
User avatar #51 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
The cylinders and the tubing aren't too bad, nor are the valves and other electronics.
The air compressor is where the price goes up, thankfully they're pretty much a one-time investment.
Silly projects of a 30 year old with way too much time on his hands are in a realm of their own.
This is the guy who built a pulse jet engine, because he could, and then mounted it on a bike...
And made a turbojet engine, and powered his bbq with it, for the hell of it.
www.youtube.com/user/colinfurze
#58 - anonymous (05/28/2014) [-]
I think what you are both missing is that the three blades can be linked further down by a bar not only would this provide stability but it would allow you to control all three with less hassel with either system.
User avatar #62 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
That's the problem that I posed earlier. In his pneumatic system they are fused together.
To have them together and to have springs on both sides of them, would increase the outside width, which is already pretty wide, and you'd need even stronger/larger springs as you're moving a lot more steel than the individual blades.
#29 - Kids don't do this **** , attention seeking adults do 05/28/2014 on Kids being kids 0
#35 - Well there are switch blades with small spring systems that ca…  [+] (9 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Homemade Wolverine Claws 0
#37 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
True, but those are rather small springs, moving a small blade, a small distance.
Most switchblades have little springs on both sides of the blade to "shoot" it out when it's released. It then catches inside the other spring drawing it taunt, release it again and it shoots backwards, catching the first set of springs again.

These are big pieces of steel, moving probably a foot forward.
To have large enough springs on both sides of these would make it probably two/three inches wider... Or the blades would have to be super close to one another to compensate.

It's not a bad idea, but I don't think it's a very scale-able idea.
User avatar #43 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
I was thinking more of a spring set for each blade that can be released simultaneously. I don't remember the exact mechanism, but it would be like three real life hidden blades based on assassin's creed. The size altogether would be similar to the block running along his arms, but without having lines connected to his back.

Also this reminded me of actually making a working hidden blade. Hopefully I get the time to do it
User avatar #45 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XMpIJ5AspU
^^ A little video on how out the front switchblades work.

Carving notches to have a stop catch shouldn't be too hard, nor should mounting the springs, assuming you can find ones powerful enough... But, how would you release all of them from the hand position?
The switchblades button depresses the stop catch, which allows the spring to shoot the blade in it's respective direction.
But, with no access from the bottom, I don't see how you can manage that...
Electronically? Then you need a battery and servo system, which is a backpack again.
Frictional locks? I think the bumping of you swinging them around would bounce the blade out of the catch.
I guess you could release each blade individually from the top, like an actual switch blade, but then it'd be a two handed mechanism, and not automatic...
User avatar #47 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
I've seen a string gear system, which when pulled rotates the gear and pulls one way and when pulled again pulls the other way, simulating a switch blade.
also electronically would only require a very small motor around half an inch small (I've seen smaller on toy helicopters), watch batteries, and some wires. something that should fit inside the whole contraption.
User avatar #49 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
So, making two tri-geared double spring systems, on a string geared release?
An assassins creed knockoff isn't too hard, the blade is sideways, so the string comes out the side as well. You pull your hand upwards to pull the string.
With these you'd need to consolidate three separate vertical string releases, per hand.
And I'm not sure how you'd pull the string with it above your hand, awfully hard to have hands pull downwards with a steel plate holding them rigid.
This is sounding more complicated than the pneumatic system.
User avatar #50 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
Never said it was simple, always knew the more compact you try to do it the more pain in the ass it gets. I'm just imagining the whole thing so I don't know how viable it actually is.

Also I thought pneum cylinders were expensive as shit, I just looked it up and it's not bad pricing.
User avatar #51 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
The cylinders and the tubing aren't too bad, nor are the valves and other electronics.
The air compressor is where the price goes up, thankfully they're pretty much a one-time investment.
Silly projects of a 30 year old with way too much time on his hands are in a realm of their own.
This is the guy who built a pulse jet engine, because he could, and then mounted it on a bike...
And made a turbojet engine, and powered his bbq with it, for the hell of it.
www.youtube.com/user/colinfurze
#58 - anonymous (05/28/2014) [-]
I think what you are both missing is that the three blades can be linked further down by a bar not only would this provide stability but it would allow you to control all three with less hassel with either system.
User avatar #62 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
That's the problem that I posed earlier. In his pneumatic system they are fused together.
To have them together and to have springs on both sides of them, would increase the outside width, which is already pretty wide, and you'd need even stronger/larger springs as you're moving a lot more steel than the individual blades.
#30 - why is it pneumatic controlled instead of spring loaded ffs  [+] (13 new replies) 05/28/2014 on Homemade Wolverine Claws 0
#34 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
With springs you have to lock them in place, and you'd need one on both sides, and they'd have to be internal on the rail system, which would take up space, making the claws have to be shorter.
With his air system it's a quick burst and they're out, another burst and they're in. He didn't make it for cosplaying or anything, just made it because he can.
User avatar #35 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
Well there are switch blades with small spring systems that can be released and retraced with just a button push as well, the idea is actually to save space.

I know he did it for the hell of it, but the thought of carrying compressed gas on you irks me a bit.
#37 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
True, but those are rather small springs, moving a small blade, a small distance.
Most switchblades have little springs on both sides of the blade to "shoot" it out when it's released. It then catches inside the other spring drawing it taunt, release it again and it shoots backwards, catching the first set of springs again.

These are big pieces of steel, moving probably a foot forward.
To have large enough springs on both sides of these would make it probably two/three inches wider... Or the blades would have to be super close to one another to compensate.

It's not a bad idea, but I don't think it's a very scale-able idea.
User avatar #43 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
I was thinking more of a spring set for each blade that can be released simultaneously. I don't remember the exact mechanism, but it would be like three real life hidden blades based on assassin's creed. The size altogether would be similar to the block running along his arms, but without having lines connected to his back.

Also this reminded me of actually making a working hidden blade. Hopefully I get the time to do it
User avatar #45 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0XMpIJ5AspU
^^ A little video on how out the front switchblades work.

Carving notches to have a stop catch shouldn't be too hard, nor should mounting the springs, assuming you can find ones powerful enough... But, how would you release all of them from the hand position?
The switchblades button depresses the stop catch, which allows the spring to shoot the blade in it's respective direction.
But, with no access from the bottom, I don't see how you can manage that...
Electronically? Then you need a battery and servo system, which is a backpack again.
Frictional locks? I think the bumping of you swinging them around would bounce the blade out of the catch.
I guess you could release each blade individually from the top, like an actual switch blade, but then it'd be a two handed mechanism, and not automatic...
User avatar #47 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
I've seen a string gear system, which when pulled rotates the gear and pulls one way and when pulled again pulls the other way, simulating a switch blade.
also electronically would only require a very small motor around half an inch small (I've seen smaller on toy helicopters), watch batteries, and some wires. something that should fit inside the whole contraption.
User avatar #49 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
So, making two tri-geared double spring systems, on a string geared release?
An assassins creed knockoff isn't too hard, the blade is sideways, so the string comes out the side as well. You pull your hand upwards to pull the string.
With these you'd need to consolidate three separate vertical string releases, per hand.
And I'm not sure how you'd pull the string with it above your hand, awfully hard to have hands pull downwards with a steel plate holding them rigid.
This is sounding more complicated than the pneumatic system.
User avatar #50 - pedokuma (05/28/2014) [-]
Never said it was simple, always knew the more compact you try to do it the more pain in the ass it gets. I'm just imagining the whole thing so I don't know how viable it actually is.

Also I thought pneum cylinders were expensive as shit, I just looked it up and it's not bad pricing.
User avatar #51 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
The cylinders and the tubing aren't too bad, nor are the valves and other electronics.
The air compressor is where the price goes up, thankfully they're pretty much a one-time investment.
Silly projects of a 30 year old with way too much time on his hands are in a realm of their own.
This is the guy who built a pulse jet engine, because he could, and then mounted it on a bike...
And made a turbojet engine, and powered his bbq with it, for the hell of it.
www.youtube.com/user/colinfurze
#58 - anonymous (05/28/2014) [-]
I think what you are both missing is that the three blades can be linked further down by a bar not only would this provide stability but it would allow you to control all three with less hassel with either system.
User avatar #62 - carbohydrates (05/28/2014) [-]
That's the problem that I posed earlier. In his pneumatic system they are fused together.
To have them together and to have springs on both sides of them, would increase the outside width, which is already pretty wide, and you'd need even stronger/larger springs as you're moving a lot more steel than the individual blades.
User avatar #33 - Einsty (05/28/2014) [-]
This way, the blades can retract and extend repeatedly with the push of a button.
#31 - wbrehmer (05/28/2014) [-]
Then build your own
#155 - bakemonogatari, k-on!, toradora, friendship anime, oreimo, nic… 05/27/2014 on After finishing an anime... 0
#210 - one word. Let's make a story. 05/26/2014 on Let's make a story. +1
#4 - that would be the thickness of two rims of paper. imagine a st… 05/26/2014 on What A dumbass 0
#2 - is that zimbabwe money because a thousand bucks is 10 pieces of paper  [+] (3 new replies) 05/26/2014 on What A dumbass -5
#3 - anonymous (05/26/2014) [-]
It's all singles?
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User avatar #4 - pedokuma (05/26/2014) [-]
that would be the thickness of two rims of paper. imagine a stack size of a phone, about 4-5 inches thick
#262 - the level of life difficulty is the same for almost every stud… 05/23/2014 on And the best teacher award... 0
#232 - well in theory if you got a full party of dps you should be ab… 05/22/2014 on Healers in MMO's 0
#65 - im no expert but it looks impossible without having someone co…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/18/2014 on Cocoon people: they are... 0
User avatar #67 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
I don't think something this size is safe to do solo. I can easily figure out how someone would have themselves wrapped up without someone's help, but they'd have to use a different material.

How to get out is a different matter. Now, in my relationship I'm the Dom so that might affect my perspective.

If you are on your own doing this - which I must stress is a really fucking stupid idea - I'd still not recommend a knife, though a tack could be used to piece a small whole through the foil (from wherever your hand is) which could be used to let out the rest of the body.
User avatar #68 - ivroht (05/18/2014) [-]
No way this was done alone, it's physically impossible.

The Darwin Awards apply to sexual practices too.
User avatar #70 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
I'm with you on the first part, there is a belt on the outside of the wrap. I just said, I know how you could wrap yourself up if you want. Obviously not going into detail because some dumbfucked underage will try it.

And I'm with you on the second part, which is why I strongly oppose using a knife.
User avatar #71 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
Though, getting into the position in the gif would be impossible alone.
User avatar #72 - ivroht (05/18/2014) [-]
I dunno. I used to be almost able to do that before I got fat and lazy.
#62 - wouldn't you carry something lie a knife that you could use to…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/18/2014 on Cocoon people: they are... 0
User avatar #64 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
No.

There are multiple good reasons why not bring knives into BDSM.
User avatar #65 - pedokuma (05/18/2014) [-]
im no expert but it looks impossible without having someone cover you completely, so you gotta have a trusted partner.
i know it's a bad idea but scissors/retractable knife is what I think as an escape if you manage to pull it off solo
User avatar #67 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
I don't think something this size is safe to do solo. I can easily figure out how someone would have themselves wrapped up without someone's help, but they'd have to use a different material.

How to get out is a different matter. Now, in my relationship I'm the Dom so that might affect my perspective.

If you are on your own doing this - which I must stress is a really fucking stupid idea - I'd still not recommend a knife, though a tack could be used to piece a small whole through the foil (from wherever your hand is) which could be used to let out the rest of the body.
User avatar #68 - ivroht (05/18/2014) [-]
No way this was done alone, it's physically impossible.

The Darwin Awards apply to sexual practices too.
User avatar #70 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
I'm with you on the first part, there is a belt on the outside of the wrap. I just said, I know how you could wrap yourself up if you want. Obviously not going into detail because some dumbfucked underage will try it.

And I'm with you on the second part, which is why I strongly oppose using a knife.
User avatar #71 - caffeinecommissar (05/18/2014) [-]
Though, getting into the position in the gif would be impossible alone.
User avatar #72 - ivroht (05/18/2014) [-]
I dunno. I used to be almost able to do that before I got fat and lazy.
#127 - that's not what he meant. he gets to live the exact same life… 05/18/2014 on anon is pepsi +5
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