Not only are these photographs of ants drinking colored liquid awesome, until now, we had no idea there were see-through ants out there. Scientist Mohamed Babu captured these incredible pics.
(SPOILERS) It’s expected for a series with medieval and fantasy elements to employ special effects. Nonetheless, you may be surprised and impressed with the work that BlueBolt has done.
Is it just us, or is the silencer stuck on the barrel of Freddie Wong’s gun longer than the gun itself? Either way, he won’t be that quiet stomping around inside of these metal air ducts anyhow.
Currently being developed by a group of students of the DigiPen Institute of Technology, Nitronic Rush is a “survival driving game”, although its less Twisted Metal and more Tron meets Trackmania.
Made from used shipping pallets, making each table unique. Sandblasted and then waxed to a golden brown color. Has four wheels, two of which have brakes. Fully assembled when delivered.
Bonuses include behind-the-scenes footage, interviews, deleted scenes, a sneak peek at the Avengers movie as well as The Consultant, a short film about a day in the life of a SHIELD agent.
The procrastinator’s hamper: “Did you put your clothes in the washing machine yet?” “Yes, I did. Sort of.” Made of polyester with, four plastic rods for support. Folds for easy transport or storage.
A documentary about Balrog. Yes, the Street Fighter. And it’s awesome. Chubby Boy Films did a great job of adding depth to a two-dimensional character. Top-class acting and cinematography.
Tang Yau Hoong plays around with the elements of playing cards, changing and adding suits and ranks, as with the Stegosaurus of Diamonds. Can you figure out the name of the other cards?
There’s a lot to like about the the MacBook Air – its fast, sturdy and of course slim. But it does have flaws. For example, you have to weigh it down when you’re not holding it. Wait what?
Aardman’s Sumo Science shot this massive animation on an 11,000 sq. ft. set, using tons of sand and life-size props then shot every frame with a Nokia N8 (as a promo for the N8, of course.)
This present-day science fiction drops us into the middle of an attack by invisible alien invaders, stranding a group of young people in Moscow who must fight for the survival of the planet.
The victim of this prank gets a rude awakening, resulting in a maddening ride down the road. The only thing that would have been better would have been for it to kick in during rush hour traffic.
Ronny Wechselberger a.k.a. “Ronny C-Rock” can parallel park better than you or I, cramming his car into a space not only in one swift move, but into a space just 10.24″ longer than his car.
A small, but powerful wearable communications gadget from WIMM Labs. It has an Android-based OS, touchscreen, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, accelerometer, magnetometer and up to 32GB memory.
Team Fortress 2 gets the real world treatment by the guys over at Corridor Digital. The characters and weapons are spot on, but we’re still missing Heavy and the Medic. (Thanks, Kat!)
YouTuber fish31171 spotted Gary Russo, a subway construction worker from Queens, singing Frank Sinatra’s Summer Wind as effortlessly as Ol’ Blue Eyes did. Only in New York, folks.
Designed to facilitate escape from a vehicle, such as when it’s submerged, caught fire or rolled over. It has a powerful plunger that breaks most car windows and a blade that slashes seat belts.
Michael Hearst plays a tune using unique instruments, including a stylophone, theremin and quirkier ones like the otamatone and the daxophone. He should’ve used a waterphone too.
Dustproof, crushproof and watertight. The standard 1075 has Pick & Pluck foam for cushioning, while the 1075CC has a plush foam lining for netbooks. An iPad-specific model is also in the works.
The Bregenz Festival has been creating floating opera sets since 1946, but this set for Umberto Giordano’s thriller takes the cake, with a huge bust floating in the waters of Austria’s Lake Constance.
Agustina Woodgate used human hair to create two medieval structures. She molded the hair into bricks to create the Tower, while she combined them into massive clumps for the Sand Castle.
A new animated series from CollegeHumor for the Nintendo 3DS video channel, BearShark is the exact opposite of Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner cartoons. We’re waiting for BearSharkHawk.
Josh Maready installed a couple of GoPro cameras under his skateboard and then skated through New York City. Unfortunately both cameras were unable to handle the constant jolts and eventually broke.
We’ve seen the world’s largest aquarium, now let’s take a look at the opposite. Made by Stanislav and Anatoly Konenko, it holds a mere 10ml of water and is home only to zebrafish fingerlings.
(NSFW: Language) Mario has a little problem. Casual games and smartphone apps are muscling in on his turf. So he gathers The Five Families (of gaming) to unite against the growing threat.
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