Rubber, written and directed by French indie filmmaker Quentin Dupieux, tells the story of a telepathic killer tire, obsessed with revenge, finding things to blow up in the California desert.
Combining two of our favorite pastimes, Dream Machines lives up to its name with their Octane 120 Beer Arcade, which offers sit-down arcade racing, a video projector and an in-dash beer tap.
It might look like these people are all walking in this pool with their clothes on. But it’s an illusion, created by sandwiching water between two acrylic panels, and visitors walk under the liquid ceiling.
With the eleventh incarnation of Doctor Who now running on BBC, pay tribute to the tenth doctor’s legacy with this coat that’s so stylish your friends won’t even know you’re into cosplay.
Designer Filip Tejszerski’s electric-gas hybrid would offer sports car looks and handling. Inspired by jet fighters, the car’s cockpit would seat driver and passenger in-line, instead of side-by-side.
A tiny version of the 1967 synth used by the likes of David Bowie and Kraftwerk, this gadget features the same sounds as the original, along with retro organ sounds, vibrato and pitch bend effects.
How can you resist a book where the plot centers on bloggers ruling the world in a zombie-infested post-apocalyptic 2039? You’ve got to love the bloody RSS feed icon on the book cover.
Released by the Netherlands’ Ministry of Defence, this first-person video shows a team of Dutch Marines boarding the cargo ship Taipan to capture 10 Somali pirates who have taken over the ship.
Add a semblance of order to the impromptu reminders you scribble on your hand, wrist or anywhere on your body. Comes with a washable gel pen so you don’t need a laser to remove them.
Audi’s new R8 GT shaves 220 pounds off the prior model, and boosting the engine to a 560hp V10, helping it zip from 0 to 60 in under 3.6 seconds. Only 333 will be made, selling for about $255k.
Australian designer Tom Hussey has created Kegless, a bag-in-box packaging concept for carbonated beverages that provides a sustainable alternative to conventional single serve packages.
Even if you’re not a fan of Moby’s esoteric musical style, you’ll probably get a kick out of his latest music video, a bittersweet tale shot in the style of a retro 16-bit platformer.
Laptopograms are images made by pressing photosensitive paper onto a laptop screen and briefly flashing an image onto the paper before development in a darkroom.
Daniel Rozin built this interactive sculpture which reflects movements of bystanders onto 768 oxidized steel tiles, controlled by motors which angle them to create shades of light and dark.
Did you know that with just a small tweak to an ordinary digital video camera you could see through some solid objects? This video from Discovery’s Is It Possible? shows you how.