Beyond Black Mesa is an indie film inspired by the Half-Life series of video games. If the trailer is any indication, director Brian Curtin and crew made good use of their paltry $1200 budget.
Two of our favorite things – cured pork and fizzy water – in one tasty (?) concoction. The Jones Bacon Soda Holiday Pack includes two bottles of bacon soda plus other bacon-infused items.
We’ve seen many attempts to create a watch band for the iPod Nano 6G, but none is so stylish and well integrated as the Hex watch casing, which truly gives Nano owners the coolest watch on the block.
Created for Abu Dhabi’s Ferrari World, the Formula Rossa rollercoaster is designed to give riders the sensation of riding in a real F1 race car. It tops out 150mph, which it achieves in less than 4.9 seconds.
Do the good people of Cleveland think LeBron James’ recent Rise ad for Nike is just more narcissistic, self-promotional build-up from a guy whose actions speak louder than his words? Hmm.
The flowing, dynamic lines on Darko NikoliÄ‡’s Wings of Nike concept car design reflect a retro-modern style that combines the sport spirit of 50’s F-1 cars with the visual appeal of 30’s vintage limousines.
This innovative approach to the robotic gripper from Cornell, the U of C, and iRobot uses granular material that flows around a item and conforms to its shape to pick up objects of all shapes and sizes.
We don’t know what posessed Brandon Ortwein to draw iconic vehicles as vans, but the end results are funny but still recognizable. Available as prints, iPhone/iPod Touch cases and laptop skins.
In the final seconds, his team down by one but with a chance to score, Manchester City goalie Joe Hart joins his teammates in their corner kick. But when the other team gets the ball… just watch.
The Creatinator is a helmet-mounted fountain of possibility. It spews a variety of objects, from water to rockets. Use it in Create mode and more options open up. What will your Creatinator launch?
You’d think that modern movies would just use digital effects to create sounds, but there’s still a need for the professional Foley artist, who crafts noises with just their body, props, and mouth.
Most of us can barely stand up on a skateboard without falling off. That’s not the case with six year-old Asher Bradshaw – the future Tony Hawk. We are awed by the little tykes mad skills.
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