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Since the Iron Man arc reactor is a fictitious device, and it has no official scientific explanation in the Iron Man canon that I'm aware of, we might as well something up. Now, I'm mixing real science and fake science here. So physics nerds and comic-book nerds: Deal with it.


Some cosplayers go above and beyond to get into the spirit of a convention, film premiere or even just a great dress-up party. Richard Hamilton is one of those guys. He's building a replica of Tony Stark's Mark 47 armour (or Mark 8 armour, depending on how the movie explains it), and it's awesome.


Armed men shout orders at their target. He is no longer the billionaire industrialist they knew, he is Iron Man — a weapon with untold power and it's time to put him down. That's the story told from the first piece of concept art that has emerged from Iron Man 3.


Oracle co-founder and company CEO Larry Ellison is the closest thing to Tony Stark we have. He's so close, in fact that he even made a cameo in the Iron Man sequel. In true Stark form, Ellison has just made his latest acquisition: it's the Hawaiian island of Lana'i.


Sensors in a t-shirt – now there’s a novel idea. The 'Under Armour E39 compression shirt' is made from a mix of regular nylon and elastacine, which dosn’t sound very cool, until you attach the removable sensor pack to the t-shirt, which screams ‘I am a massive geek!’.


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More than his vast fortune or jet-soled boots or even Pepper Potts, the thing I envy Tony Stark for most are his computers. Here's a video of how motion design company Prologue brought his fantastic holographic interfaces to life.