There is some beautiful time lapse scenery and good editing in Fade, a short film by Joshua VP that took a week to film in and around Lake Powell. Plus, we never get tired of watching trailing stars.
Designed by Eugenia Morpurgo, the RIY Shoes’ upper and sole are easily separable, and it comes with several repair kits. Not only do they last longer, the repairs also give it a distinct look over time.
What looks like security cam footage of a thief caught red handed is actually a clever little piece of viral marketing for LG, flaunting their products’ key feature with an imaginative approach.
Riusuke Fukahori creates incredible depth in his artworks by painting a layer at a time onto acrylic resin, until a 3-dimensional image is formed, sort of like how 3D printers work. More photos here.
If there was no OCP in RoboCop, this would have been the fate of Alex Murphy. Thank goodness for evil megacorporations and their diabolical research. Part of Funny or Die’s 1986 TV sketches.
One of the eye-popping products to be shown at CES 2012, LG claims that their 55″ OLED television will have “the most natural colors on any TV set.” It’s only 0.16″ thick and weighs only 16.5lbs.
The members of Walk Off the Earth have their own instruments, but they only needed one guitar for their cover of Gotye’s Somebody That I Used to Know. We didn’t know Capt. Haddock had a band.
Pinocchio, the little wooden boy with truth issues turns your pencil into a lie-detecting proboscis as he sharpens it to a fine point. Makes less sense without a pencil shoved into it, though.
We loved the first video from Suzanne Cleary & Peter Harding, the former Riverdancers. They’re back (in alter ego form) to entertain in their latest collaboration with director Jonny Reed.
Kien Lam spent almost an entire year traveling around the world. He made this time-lapse video to chronicle his 17-country journey. The soundtrack is an original composition by his brother William.
If you’re like us and saw The Dark Knight Rises prologue trailer before MI:4, you probably had trouble understanding at least some of what Bane said. Conan saw it too, and thought the same thing.
These ingenious magnetic building blocks let you create custom robots and other electronic devices with no soldering, wires or programming skills. Pre-order now for April/May shipment.
(Slightly NSFW) While we’re waiting for season 2 of Game of Thrones, we could use a couple of episodes of this faux spin-off made by the guys at Vulture, featuring Tyrion Lannister and Ser Bronn.
(NSFW) Sometimes the people you hate the most are also the ones closest to your heart. A riotous (and raunchy) short film about a couple who go on a crash diet for physical and emotional cleansing.
Aiming to be the new king of the DSLR hill, the D4 has a jumbo 16.2MP sensor, broadcast quality 1080p video, uncompressed HDMI output, and an ISO range of 50 to 204800. Price? Around $6k.
Yak Films shot NextLevel Squad “bonebreaking” – a freaky combo of contortionist moves and dance – on NYC’s subways. Riders seem unphased – even by the gas masks. Song: Zilla March by B’ZWAX.
An award-winning short film based on a 1969 guerrilla interview with John Lennon by Jerry Levitan, who was then only 14-years old. Audio of the entire interview is included in Levitan’s book.
We’re not sure what sort of evil ideas this cat has rattling around its furry little head, but all we know is that from the way it’s staring at us, no good can possibly come of this.
Elizabeth Olsen stars in this remake of another movie that was inspired by actual events. Silent House is presented as a single take, with the duration of the movie playing out in real time.
Not only is this survival bracelet made of multifunctional paracord, its buckle conceals a detachable key that can unlock most handcuff models. You can also buy the buckle separately.
Another slow motion skateboard video from Adam Shomsky. This time it’s a successful trick pulled off by Robbyn Magby. His feet just clear the twirling board right before he lands, and then – MOOOO
Build your own DeLorean, with this 287pc. LEGO brick kit from Ichiban Toys. Their latest DMC-12 refines prior designs, with moving gull-wing doors, retractable wheels and room for two minifigs.
Ever wondered where Batman’s creators got the idea for The Joker from? Look no further than the creepy 1928 flick The Man Who Laughs, about a guy who gets sliced with a knife and goes insane.
A gorgeous speaker dock from House of Marley. It has two 4″ subwoofers and two 1″ dome tweeters, a dock that also charges iOS devices and an aux in port. Made of wood and recyclable plastic.
This turbine powered R/C plane sounds more like an F-16 than a toy, reaching top speeds over 360mph. We have no idea how you can fly and land this thing remotely without crashing it.
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