That’s right, thanks to NHK and Sharp, TV is going ultra. They showed off this LCD display that produces images with a resolution 16x greater than today’s HDTVs. 2020, please come faster.
On the Aussie game show Letters and Numbers, a random scramble of words is used to start each round. We think the randomizer was on the fritz one day and was replaced by a 10 year-old boy.
Three guys in New York want to build a public pool. The +Pool would float right in the middle of the notoriously filthy East River, filtering that brown water to make it safe to swim in.
Employees at a progressive company teach us a few humorous lessons about gun safety in this public service announcement – with a little bit of help from Freddie Wong. (Thanks Kyle!)
The revamped M5 may not look much different, but under the hood it’s got a powerful new Twin-turbo V8 with 560hp and a 0-to-60 time of 4.4secs. Add on the “drivers package” for a 190mph top speed.
Aided by a special putter cradle ($30), Ping’s iPing app for the iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4G, measures every detail of your stroke, impact angle, and tempo, helping you improve your putting game.
What do you do when a lioness decides to use you as a cushion and catch a cat-nap on top of you? Guess you just let her do as she wants – assuming you want to live. Can we get an “awwwwww…..”?
At the beginning we thought this video that Debbie makes for her eHarmony profile was real; now that we’re at the end, we’re thinking less eHarmony and more eImprov instead. (Thanks Hannah!)
Lucy the dog just got back from having surgery, and has to wear that stupid cone around her neck. But that won’t stop her from getting up the stairs to be with her master. Final score :Lucy 10, Stairs 0.
The 1981 male-adolescent fantasy animated flick finally makes its way to your HDTV. Loaded with stoner imagery, cartoon boobs, and tons of heavy metal music [plus DEVO and Stevie Nicks(?!)].
Slated to hit when Gears of War 3 arrives this Fall, this special-edition Xbox 360 Slim gets the full GOW treatment, with blood-red artwork, matching controllers, a copy of GOW3 and a 320GB HD.
The Batmobile to be used in the upcoming theatre production of Batman Live has been unveiled; the story tells the tale of Dick Grayson and how he becomes Batmanâ€™s sidekick, Robin.
This indie pic tells the story of friends who spend all their time readying for a global apocalypse, creating flamethrowers and other nasty weapons in preparation for their inevitable doom.
Our brains started to hurt about 4 seconds into this 2:30+ clip of Japanese performer Ouka as he contact juggles using just a simple set of rings, and a whole bunch of talent and coordination.
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