Say goodbye to your cheap knockdown IKEA desk, and replace it with this substantial piece of home office furniture from What We Make. It’s handbuilt from reclaimed hardwoods and steel, has a large 72″ x 30″ work surface, three drawers, and a printer cabinet w/ roll-out tray.
A while back, we watched CaseyNeistat hang from a drone that lifted him off the ground, but this feat is even more impressive, as Aerones used their 28-propellor drone to lift skydiver Ingus Augstkalns from a tower to a height of ~1082 ft before he lept off. (Thanks Einarr!)
There are Bluetooth speakers out there that can handle a splash, or maybe a little rain, but G-Project’s speaker is IPX7 waterproof – meaning you can submerge it in water for up to 30 minutes, and it’ll be just fine, making it perfect for kayaking, poolside, or any outdoor activity.
It’s something we’ve been waiting for ever since the reveal of the Ford GT back in 2015: a hands-on driving review of the American supercar. Tim Stevens from Roadshow was one of the lucky few to get some wheel time, and it looks like a beast on the track. But is it as good on the road?
If you haven’t seen Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 yet, get yourself to a theatre now. It’s awesome. In the meantime, sit back and enjoy this 3-minute medley of a few of the classic ’70s tunes from the soundtrack, performed by The Warp Zone and Chad Neidt.
(PG-13: Language) It’s the Cambrian Explosion! After schooling us on the evolution of Japan, historicomedian Bill Wurtz is back with an even more ambitious history lesson – as he attempts to rapidly explain how our whole planet – and all life on it – got from there to here.
The Slow-Mo Guys set up one of their more ridiculous stunts yet, packing a trampoline with 1000 fully-armed mousetraps, then Dan jumped into the middle of them. As painful as you’d think it might have been, The Backyard Scientist’s rig would have hurt much more.