“…the art challenges the technology and the technology inspires the art.” As Pixar celebrates its 30th year, Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter looks back on the company’s origin and growth, its films’ effect on audiences and its guiding principle: story is king.
Save 21% on this compact drone that has a built-in camera that lets you see (and record) where you’re flying it via a Wi-Fi connection on either your iOS or Android device. Measures just 1.69″ square and flies for up to 7 minutes per charge. No FAA registration required.
Store oversized items inside your car by turning the passenger side seats into cargo racks. Replace the headrests with the mounting posts then install the cargo bars and straps. SeatRack also has an optional camera mount.
If beanies aren’t your thing, you can still stay warm with these six-panel caps. The panels are made from 100% wool and have vintage Woolrich patterns. They also have an adjustable nylon webbing band with a plastic closure.
An insanely powerful compact flashlight that can push out up to 4,200 lumens, and is capable of projecting a 1/4 mile-long beam. Made from aluminum alloy, it’s IPX 8 waterproof and impact resistant.
We’ve all been there. You’re searching for a solution to a problem, and you hit up YouTube for the answer. But it seems that all too many tutorial videos are either useless, or just so long-winded that you want to shoot yourself. Sugar Zaza’s video illustrates this problem.
Tesla Motors’ latest ad is a real-world demonstration of the Model S’ optional Autopilot technology. When you’re on the highway you can activate cruise control, automatic steering and automatic lane changing. The car can also park on its own.