Great Big Story introduces us to Yu Zhilin and his son Yu Lingyun, both of whom are skilled at metalwork. Along the way, they found they had an affinity for building giant Transformers out of scrap parts from old cars. More recently, they started building amazing original designs.
You know what we love about the Internet? It lets us discover talented people we never would have heard of. Case in point – singer Anna Blanchard, who fills her YouTube channel with soul-stirring covers of songs by Todd Rundgren, Radiohead, alt-J, Nirvana, and more.
C Seed outdoes itself – and other TV makers – with the world’s largest 4K TV. The $539,000 C SEED 262 gets its name from its 262″ diagonal – ~22 foot! – LED-backlit screen. It also has a 250W 10-speaker system, a media server, and a customizable and motorized fabric cover.
Save 50% off the original price on Withings’ analog fitness tracking wristwatch. Tracks your activities and displays feedback on its secondary dial, and stores your fitness and sleep history in the companion smartphone app. Lasts up to 8 months between charges.
(PG-13: Language, Gore) Picking up immediately where the reboot left off, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus sees BJ Blazkowicz wake up to a nightmare: Nazi-occupied America. Wield futuristic weapons and new abilities in the name of freedom. Drops 10/27/17.
Agustin Flowalistik made a fully 3D-printed letter board that looks nearly as clean and solid as one made from off-the-shelf materials. He’s sharing his 3D models for free. The set includes four different board sizes; subscribe to his Patreon and you’ll get access to the source files.
A portable record storage rack that provides easy access, and lets you display an album cover. It’s made from bent stainless wire with a semi-gloss powdercoat finish, and comes in two sizes: the small one holds up to 70 7″ records, while the big one stores up to 45 12″ records.
Roomba co-creator Joe Jones is working on a Roomba for gardens. Tertill uses a nylon string to cut down anything that’s under an inch. It comes with collars that protect growing plants from the robot’s wrath. It can be charged via its built-in solar panel or its micro USB port.
We’ve all laughed at fail videos, but why is it that we get pleasure from watching the misfortune of others? Nerdwriter1 explores the nature of schadenfreude, the psychology that drives humans to bask in the glow of other’s foibles, and thoughts on where to draw the line.
(SPOILERS) “Using an exploration of where we might be, to explore where it seems like we’re heading, in order to reveal exactly where we are.” CineFix compiles their favorite sci-fi films. They chose lots of obvious classics, but they also tipped their hat to many modern films.