Designed by a team from MIT, this 100 hp, 4 cylinder vehicle converts from a street legal automobile to a Light Sport aircraft in 30 seconds and easily stores in a garage. (Thanks Ron!)
Made by digital artist Joshua Davis and Microsoft to promote the hardware acceleration and HTML5 support of Internet Explorer 9. Draw gestures and watch traces of other artwork bloom in its wake.
Walt Disney takes us back to our childhood and a kinder, gentler time in the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie the Pooh, the first big-screen Pooh adventure in more than 35 years. Out July 2011.
Techno-romance at its best here: this marriage proposal was shot with hidden cameras streamed live into the iPhones of friends helping the groom, so they could keep it a surprise. (Thanks Kevin!)
EA’s boxing franchise returns with a focus on Campaign mode. No longer just a series of training mini-games and fights, Fight Night Champion will bring drama and personality to the ring.
Three reasons why you should play Octodad: 1) You play a loving father and husband, whose family is woefully unaware that you’re… an octopus. 2) It’s free. 3) Reason #1. Game concept of the year.
Furni and Kitsune Noir collaborated with artist UPSO to create Neverend Clock #2. Features laser-etched Russian birch plywood with kick ass mustache clock hands. Limited to 88 pieces.
Bleak and captivating, Orlando Von Einsiedel’s Skateistan: To Live And Skate Kabul follows the lives of young skateboarders in the Skateistan charity project in Afghanistan. (Thanks Anthony!)
We’ve decided that we’re willing to trade leg strength and stamina for fireproof bike shorts and ear plugs (once) to ride on this AMT Micro Turbine engine-powered mountain bike. (Thanks Ugo!)
Michael Graves’ steeply sloped, Dutch-style peaked roofs and dormers compliment the historic surroundings of the Louwman Collection, the National Automobile Museum of the Netherlands.
Movie mashup du jour: Willy Wonka meets Kevin Flynn. When you do think about it, getting sucked into TRON’s Grid is sort of like being stuck inside the Wonka’s chocolate factory, no?
(NSFW: Language) The guys over at The Huffington Post have realized that despite the superficiality of Hollywood, an inordinate number of characters look like sh*t. Get some rest, and clean yourself up.
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