You know who needs self-driving cars? Dinosaurs. Apparently, Audi is going for the prehistoric market with its autonomous driving technology, as evidenced by this bizarre commercial about a depressed T Rex. He still can’t put on a seatbelt though.
YouTuber kaptainkristian praises the use of digital animation in Jurassic Park, one of the first movies to convincingly blend visual effects with live action. It found success not by relying solely on software, but by studying real animals and using physical puppets when necessary.
Who knew that they allowed prehistoric dinosaurs in the American Ninja Warrior competition? This T. Rex does a much better job making his way through the challenging course than we could, that’s for sure. Though we’d like to see him do it with realistic tiny arms.
Give your room a Jurassic spark with these fun and colorful dinosaur desktop accent lamps. Choose from green diplodocus, white triceratops or orange T.Rex, which we happen to know was the real color these things came in. Then again, we were out sick that day in school.
This desktop aquarium is home to a microcosm of bioluminescent dinoflagellates. They produce a cool blue glow after exposed to a little sunlight, water, and a little shake. The creatures ship separately to ensure they arrive safely. Way cooler than Sea Monkeys!
With the boneheaded plot – let’s make a killing machine so more kids will come to the park! – the hilariously expository dialogue and the goddamn raptor training, it’s crystal clear that you need to check your brain out before seeing this movie.
Direct-feed footage from Crytek’s immersive demo built for virtual reality systems like the Oculus Rift. We can only imagine how cool this will be when viewed with the proper headgear – or if they turned it into a full-fledged game.
Next time you want to serve up a big bowl of primordial soup, we can think of no better way to present it than with this blue-green soup ladle made in the form of the elusive Loch Ness Monster, complete with tiny feet to stand on.
22 years after the conclusion of Jurassic Park, Isla Nubar is now home to a dinosaur theme park. And now their scientists have gotten cocky enough to create their own genetically mutated dinosaur. What could possibly go wrong?