As color arrangements go, we’ve always loved the smooth transitions that occur as hues blend to form a gradient. In this wonderfully satisfying clip from Jukebox Print, watch nine ink globs gradually mix at their on the platen of a printing press in preparation for the paper to roll through.
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This large yet portable speaker is designed to provide crisp and punchy audio at high volumes without distortion. Its case is made from marine-grade plywood for substance and sound quality. It runs for up to 40 hours per charge and supports Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. Network multiple Kube4s together for whole-home audio.
Who says whiskey needs to be served in glass? These contemporary wood cups from MijMoj Design look great and offer a unique way to serve drinks. They’re each handmade from solid oak and can be engraved on the front and/or backsides for a small fee. Sold individually.
When Queen created the track Killer Queen back in 1974, they probably never envisioned it being performed by a brass quintet. But here we are, nearly 50 years later, and the operatic rock classic sounds fantastic played on trumpet, solo horn, flugelhorn, soprano trumpet, and trumpet by the talented Seb Skelly.
We’ve seen many different tools and weapons crafted by blacksmiths, but we’re guessing they don’t often get requests to make a trident. Rigoni Ironworks walks us through the satisfying process of forging, hammering, and shaping a steel rod into the kind of three-pronged implement that Aquaman or Neptune might wield.
Because watching grown men act like idiots never gets old, Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, and Jeff Tremaine have assembled the Jackass gang for another movie packed with self-destructive stunts. Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, and Wee Man are joined by a fresh batch of victims this time out. Drops 10.22.2021.
’80s kids might remember a little computer program called The Print Shop. Broderbund’s whiz-bang piece of software let users print out greeting cards, banners, and signs on dot-matrix printers. Now you can relive this classic thanks to Melody and April Ayres-Griffiths online emulation, complete with the ability to print to PDFs.
This fascinating but brief video shows a special glassblowing technique that involves pouring molten glass onto spinning platters. As the glass spreads into the mold, it captures the underlying pattern and smooths out the glass on top. We’d love to see the finished pieces.
Both the Loch Ness Monster and some of the world’s best whiskeys hail from Scotland. This stainless steel Nessie swims in your rocks glass and keeps scotch or other spirits cool without watering them down. The little dude rides atop a food-safe silicone suction cup to keep him upright and peeking out of his boozy lake.
Macrofying takes us on a deep dive inside of a single cell in a honeycomb to see what bees see… and even what they can’t as they work their macro zoom magic all the way down to the microscopic level. We’re pretty sure those are individual sugar crystals there at the end.
This ultra-compact seat is great for waiting in long lines, tailgating, or taking a break during a long hike. It folds up to just 2.5″ tall and stands firm thanks to its twist and lock mechanism, which adjusts to 11 different heights. It’s made out of sturdy, weatherproof plastic and can hold up to 275 lb. Includes a carrying strap.
Now that we know how slowly objects fall on various planets, learn how fast you’d need to be moving to escape those same planets in a rocket. Dr. James O’Donoghue’s animated infographic might seem counterintuitive at first, but you can escape planets with larger masses faster because your velocity would be higher.
We can’t think of a practical use for a vise you can fit between your fingertips, but that doesn’t make this tiny vise any less impressive. W&M Levsha created the micro tool by milling shapes from a small block of metal, drilling holes for its mechanism, then fitting it together with a teensy threaded rod and handle to make it work.
Tom Scott recently showed us the UK’s last remaining gravity-fed aerial ropeway. While he was at the facility, he strapped a GoPro to one of its buckets, which captured the perspective of the shale on its rainy 19-minute journey from the quarry to the Forterra brickworks. It’s basically the world’s slowest and muddiest ski lift.
God of War’s protagonist Kratos is one of the most iconic characters in video game history. In this video, the very talented Dr. Garuda walks through the process of sculpting a miniature of the character, first by drawing a 2D reference image, bending a metal armature, building his body from clay, then painting in all the details.
These unique keycaps bring a fresh look to backlit mechanical keyboards. They feature an opaque diffuser on their tops, allowing whatever color light is below to glow through. Lettering has been moved to the sides, so they’re good even if you’re not a touch typer. The set comes with 129 Cherry MX-compatible keycaps.
The Beach Boys track God Only Knows is one of our favorite songs. We also love Scary Pockets and Pomplamoose singer Nataly Dawn. So let’s see what happens when all three come together. We miss the vocal harmonies of the original, but we dig the funky and soulful new take on the 1966 rock classic.
Nike’s GO FlyEase let you put on your shoes and take them off without using your hands. They feature a cleverly engineered hinged body that flips open when you push down on its heel and pops closed when you press your foot down. Nike plans on putting them into production soon.
Japanese artist Yamanono makes incredibly lifelike miniature animals from felt. Here, they create a brown and white tabby cat from the fluffy textile. The whole process is fascinating to watch, from hand-painting eyeballs to painstakingly placing individual hairs on kitty’s head. They’ve got something for dog lovers too.
We’ve built our share of LEGO models over the years, but we’re nowhere nearly as obsessed with the bricks as Jordan aka Bricksie is. In this video, he shows off his collection, which includes a massive LEGO city in the center of the room, surrounded by hundreds of LEGO cars, spaceships, and sculptures filling his bookshelves.
This pocketable gadget transforms any smooth surface into a touch-based keyboard. It uses a laser to project a virtual keyboard and has the smarts to detect the positions of your fingers and when you type. It connects via Bluetooth or USB and also has a piano layout for playing music using a companion smartphone app.
We spent a week behind the wheel of the latest version of the Genesis G70. For 2022, the already stellar luxury sedan has a smooth and sophisticated new look, with a bold shield-shaped grille surrounded by dual-blade LED headlights. The Sport Advanced model we drove looks awesome riding on 19″ black alloy rims.
You can make a wine glass shatter by playing a sound loudly and at its resonant frequency. But what exactly is going on when this happens? Gav from The Slow Mo Guys tested out the experiment in front of the Phantom TMX 7510 high-speed camera, capturing the wobbling and exploding glass at a crazy 187,500 fps.
The Phantom S802 is made for versatility and ease of use. Many of its functions can be deployed with one hand, while its tanto knife blade is interchangeable with other styles. In addition to its pliers and scissors, its tools include flat and Phillips drivers, a chisel, awl, bottle/can opener, wire stripper, and a saw.
Porsche customizer Marc Philipp Gemballa designed this gorgeous limited-edition supercar based on the Porsche 911 Turbo. The car rocks a futuristic carbon fiber body, and its flat-six engine makes 750hp. It has off-road tires, a desert-tuned suspension, and Akrapovic exhaust. Does 0-to-62 mph in 2.6 sec, with a top speed of 208 mph.