Ank Creative makes miniature cars out of plastic. We’ve seen the DeLorean they made from a cigarette lighter, now here’s another movie-inspired ride. This time we’ve got a recreation of the Batmobile from Tim Burton’s Batman, carved from black plastic scrounged from a speaker cabinet and a few other bits and bobs.
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This sculptural octopus art can hold headphones, hats, purses, or small accessories. Its head and eight tentacles offer multiple hanging positions and come with hanging hardware. It’s one of the many fun 3D-printed headphone holders you can find in the M3is3D Etsy shop.
We’re big fans of Tame Impala. Musician Max Frost imagines what it might sound like if the Aussie alt-pop group Rickrolled us all and recorded a cover of Never Gonna Give You Up in their unique electro-psychedelic style. It sounds pretty awesome if you ask us.
From the Empire State Building to the Flatiron to the Freedom Tower, the New York City skyline is iconic and imposing. Celebrate your love for the Big Apple’s architecture with Ian Flood and Chris Prosser’s skyline chess set, which includes 32 buildings, made from heavyweight acrylic, along with a folding game board.
Brick Science host Riley Scott wanted to see if he could build a flight simulator out of LEGO bricks. With the help of his friends Christian and Marcel, they came up with a tabletop machine with a remote joystick and throttle which control the airplane’s propellor, pitch, and roll. Its motors are controlled by a Mindstorms EV3 module.
This Swiss Army-style key organizer features a full titanium body for durability. It can hold 1 to 10 keys and incorporates an LED light, bottle opener, flat blade screwdriver, four metric wrenches, ruler, file, and a 1/4″ hex bit holder. Available in a brushed or matte finish.
Ants are well known for their ability to work together to build things and accomplish tasks for their colony. In this fascinating video from Horace Zeng, we see how hundreds of fire ants work in concert to pick up, move, and place pieces of glass gravel on a piece of sticky tape, resulting in a colorfully-paved road of sorts.
WESN’s stubby little pocket knife weighs just 1oz. and measures just 3.75″ long when opened, but its D2 tool steel blade is still super useful for everyday tasks. It has Grade 5 titanium handle scales with optional G10 on one side. It has ceramic bearings, a frame lock, and a thumb flipper for quick and confident deployment.
You’d think that a bullet train whooshing by you at 200 mph might be jarring, but this video of Japan’s Shinkansen high-speed railway zooming by in the snow is oddly soothing. YouTube channel It’s railway! shared this compilation of footage captured on snowy days at the empty Kurikoma-Kōgen Station.
This portable light from Goal Zero combines a 300-lumen floodlight and a 300-lumen spotlight. It has clips for hanging and is IP67 waterproof. Its 5200 mAh battery can be used to recharge your phone in an emergency, and it has a small 1.2-watt solar panel built-in for topping it off on sunny days.
This experimental animated film takes us deep into a web of humans and technology. The surreal effect was created by artist ThomasDotCodes with the help of VQGAN-CLIP – a natural language image generation toolkit. Watch in 1080p or higher in full-screen mode for maximum impact. Then, go deeper into the Matrix.
Carry your beer or other canned drinks in style with this cool metal box from QnA Design. It’s handmade from aluminum sheets, riveted to form a hinged box. It has a built-in handle and holds up to six 12oz. cans. It also works as a lunch box when you’re not carrying beer. They also sell a premium model with a wooden handle.
Filmmaker Andras Ra takes us on a break-neck trip through some of the most iconic locations in Paris, France. With the help of an Insta360 X3 action camera, he captured this eye-popping hyperlapse footage in and around the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, the Arc de Triomphe, and more.
Enso Rings expands its catalog of comfy, easygoing silicone jewelry with a collection of rings inspired by space exploration. The stackable trio of black rings comes in solar eclipse, moon phase, and abstract celestial patterns. Like every Enso ring, they come with a lifetime warranty.
The first time Star Trek used a transporter to send crew members to another location was in 1966. Over the last 50+ years, the look of the equipment and its beaming action have changed significantly. After comparing the different warp speed jumps from the Trek universe, editor John DiMarco did the same for transporters.
Keep your suitcase and its contents neat and organized with these convenient packing cubes. The set includes six zippable containers. They come two each in three sizes, allowing for a wide variety of configurations in different bags. Each cube is made from durable nylon, with mesh sides for ventilation.
The NetMusic YouTube channel specializes in isolating vocals from the music in various songs. This edit is a true gem, highlighting the amazing vocal talents of Peter Gabriel and Kate Bush as they perform their 1986 duet Don’t Give Up. After listening to this, it feels like the music was almost unnecessary.
Enhance the taste of your favorite spirits and wines with this craft cocktail infuser. Simply fill with fruits, veggies, candies, or spices, and attach it securely to your bottled beverage. Flip it over to fill with liquid, and let the ingredients infuse over time before pouring. Flavors start to meld in as little as five minutes.
Like many of you, we enjoy spicy foods. In this wonderfully satisfying video from a factory in China, we see how they combine spices, oil, herbs, sugar, and even beer to create mass quantities of delicious chili oil for hot pot cooking. While we couldn’t find where to buy this exact product, there’s a similar hot pot base available on Amazon.
Drinking from a beer can isn’t the same as drinking draft beer from a glass. The Draft Top 3.0 cleanly removes can lids and leaves a smooth edge so you can enjoy that open-top experience instead of sipping through a tiny opening. Works with most 8oz. to 16oz. aluminum cans. Save on this unique gadget in The Awesomer Shop.
Brick Technology answers the question “Can LEGO play the drums?” with a resounding “Yes.” He built this LEGO Technic machine using a series of levers that tap switches, triggering a digital drum machine. Like a music box or player piano, it uses a series of bumps on a rolling track to tell it which buttons to tap.
Aluminum is one of the most readily recyclable materials used in consumer goods. In this brief video from recycling crusader Soda Can Steve, he shows what it looks like when a truck dumps 400,000 aluminum cans at the recycling center. Steve’s TikTok channel is filled with satisfying videos of the recycling process.
This convenient desktop organizer combines a mini whiteboard and an 18″ x 7.75″ storage tray for pens, pencils, rulers, and more. Its whiteboard has a scratch-resistant glass surface for long life and stain resistance, and it has a built-in slot for a tablet or smartphone and a pen holder
This 3-foot-long pocket tape measure from TEC Accessories might not be helpful for diagramming an entire room, but it’s a handsome accessory for your keychain or coin pocket. Measuring just 1.24″ across, each is made from real titanium and comes in eye-catching finishes, including stonewashed, rainbow, and moire.