Twin cities’ drone pilot Jay Christensen previously wowed us with an awesome flight through a bowling alley. Now he’s taken his aerial acrobatics inside of the Mall of America, zooming past storefronts and through its indoor amusement park to chase a group of rollerbladers celebrating the return of the Mighty Ducks to the ice.
Conquer your home bar with this series of six online courses about bartending and mixology. Along the way you’ll learn all about gin, rum, vodka, whiskey, and tequila, along with the best ways to make cocktails from each spirit. Another great deal from The Awesomer Shop.
Look! Up on your wall! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s an organizer shelf! Artori Design’s playful superhero shelf doubles as a piece of wall art. In addition to providing space on top for small items like watches, phones, and wallets, Supes’ extended arm and cape provide spots to hang keys or other stuff. Measures 16.5″w x 4.5″h.
Vincent van Gogh’s painting Starry Night is famous for its swirly brushstrokes. Rather than replicate the painterly style of the original, dP Art Drawing copied the design with rulers, french curves, and a compass, resulting in a geometrically-structured interpretation. She used gel pens on black paper to make the colors pop.
Cedar Point’s Magnum XL-200 is one of the world’s most beloved roller coasters. CoasterWriter shows off a backyard replica of the thrill ride, built using K’Nex construction toys, and dubbed the “Magnum XL-300.” Johnny from 3D Coaster created the detailed 3D-printed coaster car replica. Be sure to take the POV ride too.
Celebrate your love for food and rock music with this 96-page cookbook filled with recipes inspired by rock music. The book features pun-worthy meals like ZZ Chop (Sharp-Dressed Lamb), Ramenstein (Du Hast Pork), and Fleetwood Mac & Cheese (You Can Cook Your Own Way), with fun illustrations from thirty great artists.
Are you craving your daily dose of math and science? Veritasium is here to fill our brains with all kinds of interesting facts about geometry and patterns, eventually leading to a demonstration of interlocking tiles that can extend infinitely across a plane without ever repeating their layout.
This portable gadget uses its battery’s energy to help keep your hands warm. Its body is designed to fit comfortably in the hand, and it can generate warmth for up to 9 hours. It has six heat settings up to 120ºF, and its 5200 mAh battery pack can charge phones and other devices via its USB port.
Located near Arouca in northern Portugal, this 1693-foot-long pedestrian bridge crosses the River Paiva, offering those who cross it a thrilling journey and a stunning view as they cross the rapidly-flowing river about 600 feet below their feet. Watch this video to see how it was built.
It’s always a good time for grilled meats and veggies, so don’t let the cold weather stop you from using your BBQ grill. While you’re at it, you deserve some new grill tools. This set of 18″ long stainless steel tools includes a multi-use spatula, a fork, knife, tongs, and a carrying case. Three of the tools have built-in bottle openers too.
While it’s nowhere nearly as large as the world’s largest penguin, the 16″ long, 10-pound frog known as Beelzebufo was still an impressive creature. PBS Eons explains the few things we know about this giant, blobby amphibian that was native to Madagascar.
Created by Axis Blades, this tactical knife offers quick out-the-front deployment and a stealthy and minimal design. It has a 3.9″ drop point blade, and a glass breaker in its butt. Save 40% in The Awesomer Shop. Must be 18+ to purchase. Be sure to check your local knife laws.
A while back, YouTuber Mr. Michal showed off a simple railway he built from coils of wire, batteries, and magnets. Now, he’s back with a much longer and more complex train set that still operates on the same electromagnetic principles. This time, the track measures in at over 20 meters long, or about 66 feet.
As a follow-up to their track All Together Now, the guys from OK Go asked their fans and followers to submit collaborative art and media that illustrates people’s appreciation for each other. Among the videos is this great Symphony from Home collaboration performed by musicians located all around the globe.
You could win this tricked out 2021 Tesla Model S. This high-end EV comes with Ludicrous and Ludicrous+ modes, self-driving capability, 21″ Sonic Carbon wheels, a premium interior with carbon fiber, and red multicoat paint,. Packing 778 hp, the sedan zooms from 0-to-60 in 2.3 sec. Awesomer readers get double entries.
Running from 5.5 to 5.13.21, RM Sotheby’s “Handle with Fun” auction is filled with unique and quirky automobiles, Americana, and more. Among the lots is a World’s Fair Mold-a-Rama machine, a 1994 Subaru Sambar that looks like a VW microbus, a space ship kiddie ride, unique vending machines and toy collections.
Samsung’s premium soundbar provides truly immersive home theater audio with its virtual 11.1.4 channel surround sound. It has up-firing, side-firing, and front wide-firing drivers, and automatically configures to your space. It also has Q-Symphony, which keeps compatible Samsung TV’s speakers on to expand the soundstage.
Destin from Smarter Every Day and his pals got together for an unusual competition. The goal? Evaluate the power and durability of eight kinds of weed eater lines as they whack into each other at full speed. The battle took place in front of a high-speed camera to see exactly what happened in slow-motion.
Designed by Peter Fegan for Boker, this pocketable tool is primarily designed for prying objects apart. But it also doubles as a flat-blade screwdriver and a Kubotan for self-defense. It’s made from 440C stainless steel and has a pocket seam clip and a loop for attaching to a strap or hook.
Among his talents, musician Alex Melton has a knack for rearranging songs so they sound like they were performed by Blink-182. Here, he takes on the Journey classic Don’t Stop Believin’, and gives it the trademark sounds of late-1990s pop-punk. Can you imagine if The Sopranos ended with this version?
From the creators of the Transformer Table comes another versatile piece of furniture. This modular couch can be reconfigured into various shapes to suit any space and serve different needs at different times. The individual modules are easy to assemble, and you can change their covers for a fresh look.
The acrobatic daredevils from DD Squad have in their possession a contraption called a Russian Swing. In this case, they used the swing to launch themselves through the air and across a road. Along the way, they jump over a moving car, a bus, and a fire truck.
Designed for enjoying hot drinks on the go, the Toddy is a 100% leak-proof insulated mug. Its unique locking lid offers easy sipping but won’t drip a bit even if you toss a full mug in your bag. It has a non-slip base, a double-threaded lid for lefties or righties, and holds 16oz.
This bargain smartwatch provides fast and easy access to activity and health data like steps, calories burned, distance traveled, heart rate, and sleep habits. It connects via Bluetooth to Android and iOS devices, and runs for up to 10 days on a charge. Save 60% in The Awesomer Shop.