Briefly: 3D Sketch Illusions, $100+ Of Free Kids' Apps, Google Glass Violence

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: jaw-dropping "3D" sketches, Google Glass wearer assaulted and robbed, get $107 worth of iOS apps for free.

  • More than 120,000 clothing and bedding products have been recalled in Australia due to safety concerns over carcinogen clothing dye. Companies involved in the recall include Myres, Just Jeans, Target and Rivers. [SMH]
  • Google Glass was always going to divide opinion — but now the haters are starting to get violent. A female Glass wearer from San Francisco was reportedly confronted by an angry mob while wearing the augmented-reality gizmo in a bar. One of the patrons eventually ripped it off her face and ran out with it. The victim's remaining possessions were also stolen when she chased after the Glass thief. Read the full story here.
  • Nagai Hideyuki is a 23-year-old artist famous for bringing an “impossible” dimension to the page. His latest video shows how he goes about his perspective shifting work and lets you admire it from several angles.
  • ADAM is an all-girl electronica band who has come up with a novel idea for their latest music video — in short, they attempt to sing while simultaneously using vibrator. The song's climax is a real eye-opener.
  • Apple is currently offering 31 premium kids' iOS apps for free. The apps usually cost a total of $107. As an added bonus, none of the apps require in-app purchases. Hurrah! (For Android and Windows Phone freebies, head here.) [Via OzBargain]


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