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Cheap Cosplay Guy Strikes Again With Low-Cost Costumes, And Results Are Hilariously On Point (20+ Pics)

It’s time again for some amazing “Lowcost Cosplay”. Bored Panda already wrote about Thai cosplay enthusiast Anucha “Cha” Saengchart (here), who keeps on surprising his fans with new awesome “designs”. Cosplay fans know, that this hobby is not a cheap one, so ideas from the “Lowcost Cosplay” project might come in handy for many aspiring and professional cosplayers. Take a look at some of his newest costumes from bananas, pens, bubble wrap and even underwear! Which one did you like the best? Let us know.

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Figure Out Where You Are With Nothing But a Watch and Protractor

In a recent episode of MacGyver, Angus (yes, that's his first name) finds his location in the desert using only a string, a protractor, and a watch. Is this actually possible? Basically, yes. (At least that's what I told the show-runners as the technical consultant for the show.) But you can do this, too. So now, for your super basic introduction to navigating the world. And don't worry—this won't be a full blown semester course on navigation, it's just the basics. Longitude If you want to find out where you…

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Guy Converts Old Ambulance He Bought Off eBay and Starts Driving South

Photograph by @vanlife_ian_down_travels on Instagram Late last year Ian Dow took a leap of faith and bought an old ambulance from Missouri on eBay for US$2,800. After driving it over 2,000 KM back to his home in Cali, he immediately began to convert it into what he called his, ‘adventure/travel machine and tiny home’. After six months of salvaging, building and tinkering he was ready for adventure with his new home, nicknamed ‘El Salvador’, and his best friend and dog, ‘Dino’. Photograph by @vanlife_ian_down_travels on Instagram Photograph by @vanlife_ian_down_travels on…

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This Lego tape turns anything into a Lego-friendly surfaceand it’s ridiculously cheap

Lego compatible tape is such a great idea, we’re amazed it’s not an official Lego product already. Nimuno’s Lego tape is an adhesive plastic strip with Lego bumps on one side. It allows you to turn anything into a Lego compatible surface, from walls to toys to your own body. This video shows the product in action. The tape is being crowdfunded on Indiegogo, where you can order a couple of rolls for $11. Nimunoalready reached its original goal with a month to go,so this toy is clearly as popular…

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