We’ve certainly seen our share of dominoes falling over, but we’ve gotta hand it to Flippycat for carefully stacking these giant dominoes made out of 30,000 smaller dominoes.
What in heavens… The steps on this stairway – they are moving! One is taken upwards merely by standing! Genius! Genius I say! Whatever would we come up with next? Moving pictures?
Despite the fact that Audi makes a V10 R8, STaSIS’ supercharged V8 keeps up with a 0-60 time of 3.6 secs, with its 540hp and lower weight. Exhaust, brakes and wheels are all upgraded too.
By simply arranging a series of different-length pendulums on a metal rack, and letting them loose at the same time, we get an incredibly mesmerizing show that seems to go on for days.
While we’re still not huge fans of typing on touchscreens, you’ve got to hand it to Laura Lahti for her thoughtful dual-screen Keyless Lifebook with its fully customizable keyboard and trackpad.
(NSFW: Language) Listen Bats, we know you’re the world’s greatest detective more because of your brains than your brawn, but you shouldn’t let your fighting skills get rusty either. To the Bathospital!
What do you get when you take one cat, one piece of ham, and a camera capable of capturing motion at 2500 frames-per-second? Awesome images of a kitty who seems to defy the very laws of physics.
A Skywalker Ranch staff bike pimped with an Episode V theme. Accessories include a Hasbro AT-AT head, Master Replicas FX lightsabers, and a chrome Vader head from a PEZ dispenser.
A nasty set of thunderstorms in Fort Worth, Texas, set off a chain-reaction of exploding powerline transformers across the city in this amazing video captured 5 miles away and 34 floors up.
This website has a free Flash-based SLR Camera Simulator that lets you experiment with various SLR settings. Also explains what each setting does. Great tool for beginners and teachers alike.
Sam Klemke captured a small bit of his life every year for the last 35 years, compiling them all into a bittersweet clip that moves backwards in time all the way back to when he was 20 years-old.
The HP Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse connects to your PC via Wi-Fi. No USB receiver means an extra USB port, which is great for laptop users. Also has a battery life of up to 9 months. Drops in June for $50.
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