Incredibly, this proof-of-concept trailer by Jerry O’Flaherty was shot in just two days, with zero budget (borrowed costumes and 5 volunteer cast). Backgrounds courtesy of the Unreal engine.
This amazing robotic chess set took a core team of four people over a year to create, using over 100,000 LEGO parts, at a cost of appx. $30,000. Winner: the LEGO company.
While the 1950s suburban setting for the reboot of XCOM might look peaceful, the blobby black alien invaders in 2K Games latest FPS are nothing of the sort. From the guys who brought us Bioshock.
Looking to shoot some HD footage on the cheap? Kodak’s latest entry into the HD digicam fray shoots 720p video at 60fps, and is their first HD camcorder for less than $100 bucks.
No, that’s not Zuckerberg, it’s a skit making fun of not only Facebook’s CEO, but all Facebook users who complain about the site’s privacy issues, yet willingly post their private stuff online.
MSI’s latest gaming laptop offers a beefy 1.6GHz Core i7-720QM CPU and a blazing fast ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5870 GPU. The 17-inch monitor doesn’t do full 1080p, but 1680×1050 isn’t too shabby.
YouTube contributor andrewid1976 claims he was flying his R/C airplane when it was followed, attacked, and ultimately downed by it’s natural nemesis, the hooded crow.
Futurama is on its 6th season. If, like us, you haven’t exactly been taking notes on all of the things that has happened so far, Zapp Branigan’s recap of the past 5 seasons will be of great help.
Eric Brum snapped these pics of an incredible masonry sculpture of a BMW Z4 in Beijing, China. It’s a full-size replica of the real deal, with glass windows and an interior made from stone.
LucasArts just took wraps off of this awesome cinematic E3 2010 trailer for Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II, and while it shows none of the actual game, it still still kicks ass and takes names.
The Petiole Hammock is handmade in Sweden and features a curved stainless pole from which both ends of the bed hang. The sheer canopy blocks up to 86% of UV rays but still allows for skygazing.
Tenso Graphics created this hilarious Venn diagram that explains exactly how we got the Keytar – and the duck-billed platypus. Or is it the Guitboard, and a platypus-tailed duck? You decide.