Many of the things that Primitive Technology makes are larger structures, but sometimes he needs to build tools to help build other things. In this video, he gets down and dirty with some branches, leaves, reeds, and clay to create a fan that he can spin up to help stoke a fire.
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This miniaturized version of the classic Fender Tone-Master amplifier is perfect for practice sessions. Its vintage styling includes metal amp corners, a brown grille cloth, and white knobs for adjusting gain, volume, and tone. It packs a 1-watt amp and a pair of 2″ full-range speakers, and runs on a single 9-volt battery.
(PG-13) Deepfake expert Ctrl Shift Face pulled out all the stops for this video that reimagines James Cameron’s The Terminator with Sylvester Stallone taking Schwarzenegger’s place, along with cameos from Brad Pitt, Jim Carrey, Kanye West, Bill Hader, George Clooney, Mark Zuckerberg, Willem Dafoe, and more.
You might think that towing a trailer looks pretty easy, but there’s a lot you need to be aware of to tow a payload safely. This demonstration video from Weigh Safe shows a scale pickup truck pulling a trailer with an ATV, and how important weight distribution is, especially at higher speeds. (Thanks Steve!)
This series of online courses will get you up and running with four popular technologies for building web applications. You’ll learn the basics of programming back-end code in Python and Java, along with front-end technologies like the Tailwind CSS framework and SASS/SCSS. Another great deal from The Awesomer Shop.
Built like a performance sports car seat, Razer’s gaming chair combines comfort, style, and support. It hugs your body with side bolsters and is wrapped in Alcantara. Features include a cushioned backrest, an ultrawide seat, lumbar arch support, and a memory foam head cushion. Adjustments include tilt, recline, and arm height.
Built in the early 1970s, the 900+ room Carolando Motor Inn was, for a time, the largest hotel near Disney World. It was part of a larger development that never came to fruition, and after a successful run as a Hyatt, and a failed reopening, it saw its final guests in 2012. Bright Sun Films takes us on a tour of its water-logged ruins.
Vapor95 sells these colorful tapestries featuring artwork that combines classic Japanese style with neon cyberpunk color schemes. Each 60″ x 50″ tapestry is handmade and dye sublimated so they never fade. Designs include Ramen Village, Crystal Shower, and Together at Twilight. More cool Vapor95 tapestries here.
Enjoy every sip of your whiskey in style with this beautiful drinking glass, featuring a design inspired by a comet orbiting the Sun. Each is handcrafted using traditional Japanese techniques, creating a textured surface with an irregular but polished edge. Holds 380 ml. or 12.8 oz., and comes packaged in a wooden container.
At 7’2″ tall and weighing in at 520 pounds, Andre the Giant was known as “The Eighth Wonder of the World.” Celebrate your admiration for the legendary wrestler with this action figure from Super7. Draped in a black singlet, the 8″ tall figure is highly articulated and comes with swappable heads, hands, and a tiny beer can.
This short video from Instrument Maniac is less about music and more about the size of his instrument collection. In the next two minutes, you’ll hear how the same 7-note sequence sounds on more than 90 different musical instruments, from harp to flute to flugelhorn to cowbell. Which instruments do you play?
New York Times bestselling illustrator Kerby Rosanes presents another captivating and imaginative coloring book. Mythic World features over 55 mythical and legendary creatures set against some of the world’s most evocative landscapes and locations. The book is available in both paperback and spiral-bound editions.
So you’re cruising down the highway, when all of a sudden you’re in a traffic jam. But there are no accidents, construction, or other emergency activity, so why does this happen? TED-Ed explores the phenomenon known as a “phantom traffic jam,” what makes them happen, and how we might minimize their occurence.
Glass artist James Mongrain and a team of assistants demonstrate the painstaking process of turning a molten blob of glass into an intricately scaled dragon in this 1-hour video from the Corning Museum of Glass. It’s also the most soothing thing you’ll watch today.
Artist Cameron Oehler of 1337motif makes awesome cutting boards and coasters inspired by video game pixel art. This set of six wooden coasters features pixelated images of Mario, Mushroom, Star, Boo, Bob-omb, and Goomba, each made from hundreds of cubes of colorful wood.
Dorothy’s print is a detailed vintage style map of the United States. Upon closer inspection, you’ll see that the city and state names have been replaced with the titles of over 1,000 classic songs. There’s even a Spotify playlist to go with. Measures 80cm (31.5″) x 60cm (23.6″).
In this gross-out short horror film from writer-director Oskar Lehemaa, a balding man receives an unexpected bottle of hair growth formula on his doorstep, and he decides to try it. Only the serum has unintended consequences after the hair starts to sprout and wreaks havoc on Leo and his world.
MB&F’s extraordinary zirconium wristwatch has a 59-jewel dual chronograph system with a “Twinverter” binary switch, which flips between different timing modes. It has the ability to measure the duration of multiple events that start and end at different times, measure the cumulative duration of two events and more.