Marvel at the power of teamwork: South Korean High school students cheering for their soccer teams turn themselves into pixels, combining to form detailed – sometimes animated – images.
El Diego got this 1979 Porsche 924 when he was only 19; he sold it just before he was transferred to FC Barcelona. It has since been owned by serious collectors, and is in very good condition.
Finally, someone’s filled the need for an electrical socket with USB ports. The U-Socket has two 5-volt USB ports in additional to two standard three-prong ports. It fits into any existing wall outlet.
Triumph’s latest sports/touring motorcyle combines performance and utility. The motorcycle is powered by a 1050cc, 130bhp 3cyl engine, can go 200 miles on a single tank, and seats two comfortably.
Featuring meticulously hand-inlaid gaming surfaces, it’s the most expensive board game we’ve ever seen. The a 24″ cube comes with 24 board games (6 on the outside, another 18 inside).
This awesome new app lets you create complex 3D models by sculpting them out of virtual clay, then painting them. Best of all, the app is totally free. Sorry, Windows only :(
NSFW: Will Forte reads part of Tommy Lee’s entry from The Dirt, Motley CrÃ¼e’s autobiography. Does Forte reveal that the semi-famous rockstar can be profound and inspiring? Watch and find out.
NSFW. Sit back and watch this instructional video that should help you figure out when to use clip art. Stick around for the bonus section on everything you ever needed to know about eBay.
Illy’s Francis Francis Y1 makes it so simple to make espresso – just insert a coffee capsule, press the button, and enjoy. Extraction takes place entirely inside the capsule which makes for easy clean up.
Universal Hovercraft’s UH-18SPW Hoverwing is a flight-capable hovercraft kit. Yes, a flying hovercraft. It can go as high as 10 feet off the surface of the water, and a max speed of 75 mph.
An animated short film by CalArts student Skyler Page, Crater Face has a simple story but is perfectly executed. Funny, poignant and technically brilliant, with a fitting soundtrack from Dan Deacon.
Are you sitting here in the 11th Hour leading up to the LOST finale, and still don’t understand what’s going on? Perhaps our feline friends can help you sort out any confusion you might have.