Shed water and shred trail with Deckers X Lab’s X-Scape 100F sneaker sandal. Made for mountain adventures, class 10 rapids, and running errands, this performance hybrid has your summer sorted. The Nubuck leather upper is lined with mesh and foam for comfort. Top laces and an adjustable heel strap finesse the fit.
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Barcelona design studio Six N. Five takes us on a journey through time and space represented as a circle moving through various locations. Director Ezequiel Pini says “We are a circle, without boundaries, beginning or end. Infinity, Unity, connection, just a circle in expansion.” Part of the Moco Museum collection.
Drawing in perspective allows artists to create 2D images with the illusion of depth. Rob of BK Architecture shows us how you can easily create 2-point perspective by drawing along an elastic cord strung between two push pins manipulated by a paperclip. A single pushpin can be used to draw a fisheye perspective.
An awesome LEGO representation of Ferrari’s limited-run Daytona SP3 supercar. This intricate 3778-piece model features the car’s dramatic butterfly doors, a V12 engine with a working 8-speed sequential gearbox, accurate Ferrari wheels, and prancing horse logos. The 1/8th-scale model measures 23″ long when complete.
Al Pacino has a very distinctive vocal and acting style, but it’s actually changed a bit over the years. In this interview from The Rich Eisen Show, actor Titus Welliver explains the differences through a series of spot-on vocal impressions of Pacino from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’90s.
After saving Earth again, Thor is back, and so is his old squeeze Jane Foster to prove she’s also worthy of the mighty Mjolnir. But all is not sunshine, lollipops, and roses as Christian Bale’s evil Gorr shows up and is ready to slay all of the gods. Taika Waititi’s latest Marvel flick is sure to bring as much humor as it does action.
For six years, Swedish freeskier Jesper Tjäder has been attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest rail slide on skis. After 127 attempts, Tjäder achieved his dream by sliding 506 feet and 28 inches, shattering Tom Wallish’s previous record by more than 80 feet.
The imposing, 3-row 2023 Hyundai Palisade means business when it comes to family transportation. The company’s flagship SUV has received a dignified sprucing up, inside and out, most notably with vertically connected LED headlights, a revamped instrument panel, multi-spoke alloy wheels, and heated third-row seats.
Tesla coils give us one of the few controlled ways to see electricity. Apparently, if you stick a nail into a plastic syringe, point it at a live tesla coil, and pull its plunger that it would extract the electric plasma into its barrel. Original footage from ElectroBOOM.
This augmented reality app from Signal-to-Noise lets you visualize the sounds that vinyl records produce. Aim your iOS device’s camera at a spinning record, and turn up the volume. Sonic analysis software generates a real-time graph of the waveforms overlaid on each disc as it turns.
From snake venom to bad foraging to intentional poisonings, characters in movies and TV shows are often exposed to toxins. Insider asked medical toxicologist Dr. Cyrus Rangan to evaluate scenes for their accuracy. The video includes scenes from Game of Thrones, The Princess Bride, The Hunger Games, and Breaking Bad.
Modfire makes some really awesome modern fire pits and towers. Measuring 22″ tall, the Mini-Tiki is one of their small tabletop models, burning cans of clean ethanol fuel inside of its mouth. Makes a great centerpiece for any tiki lounge or any tropical-themed space.
After making a BB-8/Hulkbuster mashup, Adam of North of the Border imagines what it might be like if two of our favorite green characters combined forces. The figure features the muscular body of the Hulk with Yoda’s head, hands, and feet. Smash or do not smash. There is no try.
While the primary purpose of KeySmart’s pocket tool is to open doors and push buttons without touching them with your hands, it also doubles as a touchscreen stylus and a bottle opener. It’s made from brass and stainless steel and has a spring-loaded retractable tip.
These comfortable and durable shoes are great for outdoor activities, including ones that involve getting wet. They feature a perforated body and a drain in the sole that lets water flow through. A mesh layer keeps sand out when running on the beach, while elastic lock laces make them easy to slip on and off.
When Lauri from the Hydraulic Press Channel isn’t crushing things with a 150-ton press, he’s destroying things in other ways. In this video, he’s joined by his father Timo to blow a bunch of random stuff up with sticks of explosives, including mailboxes, a suitcase full of clothes, a toilet, a washing machine, and more.
This miniscule titanium knife from EDCFORYOU makes a great addition to a keychain or pendant. The pinky-sized knife offers a scalpel-style stainless steel blade that folds safely inside its skeletonized titanium frame. It measures 2.4″ long when open and just 1.4″ long when closed.
Last Leg Woodworks shows us how they made this cool piece of modern wall art using Inventables’ X-Carve Pro CNC machine and their free Easel software. The piece was carved out of 77 slices of baltic birch plywood, then hand-assembled using mortise and tenon joints.
Catching grasshoppers might sound like a playful childhood pastime, but for the people of Uganda, grasshoppers are part of the local diet and economy. Filmmaker Michelle Coomber’s documentary short immerses us in the culture of the East African nation, and the practice of luring in insects at night using lights and smoke.
Trettitre’s Bluetooth speaker is designed to produce immersive audio from a single unit. Its conical design offers visual interest while optimizing driver positions for the best sound. It packs a Class-D amp, two 1.25″ neodymium magnetic tweeters, two 2.25″ neodymium magnetic full-range speakers, and a 5.25″ subwoofer.
An omni-wheel is a unique kind of wheel that can roll backwards, forwards, and slide side-to-side thanks to its multiple smaller wheels. Engineer James Bruton modified a bicycle that Colin Furze had previously hacked and installed a self-balancing omni-wheel on its front fork to see how it handled.
This palm-size flashlight produces a 650-lumen beam from its high-CRI LED. The Rider RX measures 3.7″ long and is IP68 rated waterproof and dustproof. In addition to its included rechargeable battery, it’s compatible with AA batteries. It’s available in blue or rainbow anodized aluminum, and raw titanium for a few dollars more.
Science says that all living things are the result of evolution. But do species stop evolving at some point or do they keep changing? Joe from Be Smart explains what things influence these changes and the question of whether science, medicine, and technology have allowed humans to bend the laws of natural selection.
Arcade1up brings 10 classic Atari arcade games to your TV screen, along with an arcade-quality controller you can enjoy from the comfort of your couch. Its base station plugs into your TV’s HDMI port, and the wireless controller has real arcade buttons, a trackball, a spinner, a soft bean bag bottom, and a built-in carrying handle.
Not long ago, Bob “Rocketman” Maddox fired up his Beast Jet Kart – but he only pushed its accelerator pedal down about halfway. This time, he went full throttle, driving the obnoxiously loud go-kart through the desert at about 60 mph. We’re impressed he didn’t drop his selfie stick.
Musician Woody Williams aka Funky Geezer shows us how he warms up his stiff fingers on the piano before a performance by stretching them out and letting them fly across the keyboard. Be sure to poke around his TikTok channel for gems like Ain’t No Sunshine and Because I Got High, and the always popular Oh No!