Director Skylar Nielsen and cinematographers Josh Fletcher and Lance Clayton of Vita Brevis Films shot this awesome documentary short about the diehard automotive fanatics who turn out each year for Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt Flats, in the isolated Utah desert.
The goo inside of Stretch Armstrong is some nasty stuff, so we certainly wouldn’t want to subject an expensive piece of machinery to it. But that’s what PressTube did, as they stuffed a couple of the stretchy dolls into the jaws of their industrial shredder. Clean up video here.
From the makers of the Lofree Keyboard comes another retro style gadget. The Poison Bluetooth speaker has a nice Space Age design. It even has a built-in FM radio with an analog dial. Its two 10W drivers and a large bass diaphragm produce a loud and tight sound.
With her mind and body wasting away, a Celtic warrior races against time to rescue her lover’s soul from Hell. Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is an action RPG that will lure you with its groundbreaking graphics and sound, but make you stay with its tale of psychosis and sorrow.
Because he hasn’t made enough dangerous things, Giaco Whatever teamed up with builder Kevin Lizotte to create a tiny cannon that’s ridiculously powerful for its size. The audio and slow-mo add to the drama, but we wouldn’t want to be on the business end of this thing.
ROAV’s incredibly thin and stylish sunglasses fit just about anywhere, thanks to their lightweight sheet metal frames and unique micro-spring hinges. They’re screwless, and adapt to the size of each wearer’s head for a comfortably snug fit. They release fresh designs monthly.
UpCart hand trucks have a six-wheel setup that allows them to traverse uneven surfaces, including stairs. The UpCart Lift is the new flagship model, able to carry up to 200lb and equipped with a grip wide enough for two hands. It folds flat in seconds for storage.
Tersa Steam is a wall-mounted steam cleaner for clothes. Its cleaning solution comes in proprietary recyclable pods, similar to the ones used in many coffeemakers. It only takes 10 minutes to clean and dry your garment. Each unit comes with one month’s worth of pods.
Domino fanatic Kaplamino’s latest run doesn’t feature thousands of tiles falling down, but it does offer something pretty different – a series of chain reactions which kick off using matches, fireworks, and other pyrotechnic devices – and a bit more waiting around than usual.
Watching movies in a true IMAX theater can be an overwhelmingly amazing experience. Projectionist John Ruddock shows us that preparing the expensive equipment can also be intense. There’s a surprising amount of manual setup involved in playing a 70mm IMAX film.
We spent a week living with this bonkers fast muscle car, done up in an eye-popping Yellow Jacket and black paint scheme. Despite rocking a 707 hp supercharged HEMI V8, its comfy interior and excellent adaptive suspension make it a shockingly good daily driver.
The Slow Mo Guys bought a Chinese spouting bowl, aka a resonance bowl. By rubbing the bowl’s handles, you can make parts of the bowl vibrate. Place water inside it and the vibrations will cause droplets to jump out. It’s intriguing in real time, and fascinating in slow motion.