Tim Wheatley cobbled together a zoetrope using a bicycle wheel and a camera. Unlike a traditional zoetrope, the Cyclotrope can use not only images but actual objects to give the illusion of motion.
Did you know that “a lot of brown bread is justï»¿ white bread colored brown”? Watch and learn how bread was made in the ’80s in this amusing vid, hair and ripped shirts included. (Thanks Sean!)
The most recent Mortal Kombat trailer shows some spectacularly gory gameplay with GoW’s Kratos as a playable character – only on the PS3 version though. Still, it seems a perfect fit. (Thanks Aaron!)
Han Solo said, â€œHokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.â€ Ian Leino says the same thing in a tee, replete with 26 different TV and movie weapons.
A mashup of My Little Pony and Mass Effect 2. It’s still looks like an adventure of epic proportions, but way brighter and more colorful. Also, Shepard Pony doesn’t look like a pony at all.
Going for a hike, but like to travel light? JakPak is a waterproof jacket that turns into a single-person sleeping bag and tent to protect you from the elements, freeing your backpack for other things.
Oliver Taylor had
some a lot of time on his hands over the holidays, so he decided to work on something really, really important – playing the Tetris theme – by touch – using Link’s ocarina.
Ok, we’re not quite sure whether to file this one under “awesome” or “stupid.” Either way, you can’t turn away from the wonder that is – as far as we know – the world’s only drivable footwear.
(NSFW: Language) Directed by Jason Trost, The FP is an over the top parody of 80s sports movies. The sport in this movie? Dance Dance Revolution. Honestly, the trailer was more than enough for us.
Petty cash: for $160K+, Porsche is offering a special edition of the 911 Turbo S exclusively to customers waiting for their 918 Spyders; the vehicle features exclusive decals, colors and trim.
An homage to the 50s, Rock n’ Roll, and most of all to teenage years. Eddie O’Keefe’s The Ghosts is the suburban, middle class equivalent of The Warriors. Props for the great soundtrack.
Dongyeon Kim’s concept device lets you to print on sticky notes wirelessly. The sticky notes are placed in such a way that you can still tear off a piece if you want to write a note by hand.
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