Here comes your drink . . . with a picture of YOU printed into the foam!
The new Ripples machine premiered last week at New York’s biggest technology show, CE Week. The machine isn’t cheap. It costs $999. It uses 3-D and ink-jet printer tech to paint a picture on top of a foamy drink. Want a joke? A logo? Or, of course, a picture of you? A barista can upload any image into the printer. Then, snap! It prints on your drink!
The show also featured a new robot T-Rex toy called MiPosaur. The MiPosaur acts like a dog. It plays fetch, takes walks, and even makes happy sounds. Another featured bot, called Ozobot, teaches kids to code.
More than 3,000 people come to see the tech show each year. The show gives inventors a chance to show off all their hard work!
Do you see a man skillful in his work? He will stand before kings. — Proverbs 22:29
It seems strange to look at this pink creature and call it a giant panda. It’s teeny! But in adulthood, it will weigh between 170 and 280 pounds.
Giant pandas are China’s unofficial mascot. They’re also an endangered species. Fewer than 1,900 of them live in the wild. That makes the birth of this little panda and her twin sister extra exciting. The baby bears were born last week at a breeding center in Chengdu, China.
Adoring fans greeted the new babies. Just look at them! What’s not to adore?
For every beast of the forest is mine. — Isaiah 50:10
Astronaut Scott Kelly was flying somewhere above Russia on Monday, June 22. He snapped this photo. It gives us a firsthand look at the Aurora Borealis from space.
The Aurora Borealis has another name: the Northern Lights. What causes these bright lights? Gasses from Earth’s atmosphere bump into charged particles from the sun. The lights change colors based on which kinds of gasses collide.
Astronaut Kelly lives on the International Space Station right now. He tweeted this photo from space. People all over North America and northern Europe saw the blazing sky too. Astronaut Kelly wasn’t the only one snapping great photos!
Lift up your eyes on high and see: Who created these? —Isaiah 40:26
This pink flamingo lives in the Sorocaba zoo in Brazil. A month ago, he broke his left leg. Veterinarians faced a hard question. The bird’s leg would have to be cut off. But with just one leg, he would die. What could they do?
The vets gave the flamingo a brand-new leg. The new leg is 7 inches long and made of carbon. As far as the zookeepers know, this is the first time a flamingo has ever worn a prosthetic leg. It took just a few days for the bird to get used to the new part. He has even learned to tuck it under its body like a normal flamingo leg! Whoever is righteous has regard for the life of his beast. — Proverbs 12:10
The vets gave the flamingo a brand-new leg. The new leg is 7 inches long and made of carbon. As far as the zookeepers know, this is the first time a flamingo has ever worn a prosthetic leg.
It took just a few days for the bird to get used to the new part. He has even learned to tuck it under its body like a normal flamingo leg!
Whoever is righteous has regard for the life of his beast. — Proverbs 12:10
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