Dyson’s second high-end desk lamp offers multiple pivot and swivel points, so you can aim it exactly where needed. Its light module automatically adjusts its color temperature and brightness throughout the day, and its base column doubles as an ambient light when you don’t need a point source. Available as a desk or a floor lamp.
Reportedly, the actual Baby Yoda puppet used in The Mandalorian cost millions, so the $350 price tag on Sideshow Collectibles‘ lifesize figure of The Child seems like a bargain the Jawas would cut. The 16.5″ tall figure is a perfect likeness of the powerful cutie, and holds a shift knob from the Razor Crest in his right hand. (Thanks Mark!)
These days, everyone carries a videophone in their pocket. But before the days of iPhones and Galaxies, calling someone and seeing them at the same time was difficult and expensive to achieve. Techmoan shows off one of the earlier examples of a working video calling system, British Telecom’s VC 7000, which dates back to 1993.
For most of us, a plain old plug-in electric vacuum cleaner is enough. But not for Colin Furze. He needs everything to be bigger, badder, more powerful, and much louder. With that in mind, he upgraded his Henry vacuum cleaner with a jet engine he copped from his Landspeeder.
This folding steel multitool features a pair of sturdy locking pliers, a pin vice, wire cutters, a wire stripper, a file, ruler, serrated knife, a hex-bit driver, various screwdrivers, and a bottle opener. It also comes with Leatherman’s legendary quality and a 25 year warranty.
Wildlife photographer David Weiller introduces us to one of nature’s many strange and wonderful creations. This alien-looking spiny devil katydid (panacanthus cuspidatus) is both intimidating and adorable as it does a kung fu pose and stares us down with its beady magenta eyeballs.
Filmic’s amazing app for multi-camera phones like the iPhone XS, iPhone 11, and iPhone 11 Pro lets you capture two videos at the same time, so you can mix and match footage of wide, telephoto, standard, or selfie footage at the exact same point in time. Best of all, it’s free to download.
This three-pack of bracelets looks great stacked together, with one made from a deeply-textured black lava rock, another from a polished silver agate stone, and the third woven from paracord. Ideal for wrist sizes from 7.5″ to 8.5″. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
Chainmaille, or colloquially “Chain Mail,” is that sweet looking flexible armor that dates back to the 3rd century BC. The real stuff is notoriously heavy and hard to construct. Tested’s Adam Savage and Ben Eadie show off a creative new way to make the stuff for costumes using laser-cut EVA foam.
Backpack maker Osprey’s lightweight billfold style wallet is made from durable 40D ripstop nylon, and offers plenty of space inside for cards and cash. It’s also got an inside pocket for loose change, and second hidden bill slot as well. It holds closed with a secure tab, and has RFID protection as well.
There are thousands of videos out there showing how to make a potato cannon. But this clip from The Backyard Scientist shows how to use one to launch a glider. Working with his pal Joe – with a nod to the guys at FliteTest – they work out the most balanced and airworthy glider design.
Having a bad day? Sip your coffee or tea from one of these mugs for a reminder of just how much worse things could be. Calamityware’s mugs include scenes of a village overrun by robots, UFOs, giant frogs, poodles, and other creepy creatures. These 12oz. mugs are made from fine porcelain, and sold in a set of four.
If you’ve ever played with one of those drinking bird toys, you know it can be quite fascinating to watch as it dunks its beak in and out of a glass of water. Engineerguy Bill Hammack pops off the bird’s festive blue hat to explain the thermodynamics which make the nearly endless fun happen.
Restoration junkie MrRescue got his hands on a toy Porsche 356 model that looks like it was stomped and kicked into a pile of dirt. From the looks of the undercarriage, it doesn’t look all that ancient, but we’re still impressed with the finished car after he brought it back to its former glory with that glossy peanut M&M paint job.
NoQuarterArcade handbuilds these sweet mid-century modern style arcade tables which play a wide variety of classic arcade games. They come with authentic arcade quality controls for two players, and pre-loaded with a number of games. They sell a 60-in-1 version, as well as a 412-in-1 version, and an 800-in-1 version.
Part of LEGO’s new stationery collection, these colorful note sheets are covered with a LEGO baseplate design on one side, and a blank writing surface on the other. Sold in boxes of 224 sheets in blue/green or yellow/orange color schemes. Shipping April 2020, but available for pre-order now, along with LEGO erasers and a LEGO journal.
Take a flight far above the earth courtesy of airline pilot and photographer Guillaume Laffon, as he takes a Boeing 777 jumbo jet from Paris, France to Buenos Aires, Argentina on a beautifully clear evening under the light of a full moon. We don’t get to see the entire flight, but it’s still well worth viewing.
Blik’s fabric tiles are printed with wonderful illustrated patterns, and are easy to install on any smooth section of wall or ceiling. They can be cut to make way for switches and outlets, and can be positioned at any angle. Each one has a repositionable self-adhesive backing.
Looking for a cool demo to show off your fancy new HDR display? Look no further than this CGI video from self-proclaimed “GPU melter” lotsalote, in which a set of brightly-illuminated pendulums swing back and forth against a dark background. The 4K 60p footage really pops off the screen with its high contrast imagery.
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