Bre Burns of Renegade Bricks shows off Benny’s Spaceship Adventure, a pinball machine for LEGO purists. She built it from over 15,000 LEGO, Technic, and Mindstorms components, and no glue, screws, or other trickery was used. More at Brothers Brick.
S&D Brewski’s stainless steel growler has a built in erasable chalkboard so you can remember what’s inside. Its double-walled, vacuum-sealed insulation keeps contents fresh, and stays cold up to 36 hours, and its screw-top lid comes with a tether so you don’t lose it.
The original Sonic the Hedgehog was loaded with some of the most memorable music in the history of video games, including the classic opening level Green Hill Zone. Banjo Guy Ollie turns in an equally memorable performance of the tune on banjo and mandolin.
Securmate is an entrance sensor that connects to your phone and home automation devices via Wi-Fi. It supports IFTTT, so you can make your lights, security cameras and other smart devices activate when your door or window is opened. It can also send alerts to your phone.
What was once one of the most costly arcade machines will soon be small enough and cheap enough to have on your desktop. The 6.4″ tall console has a 3.5″ LCD screen, HDMI output, arcade style joystick and buttons, and 40 classic games. Japan/ Int’l. versions are in the works.
IK Multimedia proves you don’t have to be big or expensive to create fat analog sounds. Their portable synth costs less than $200, and features a pure-analog audio path with 2 VCOs, noise generator, resonant multimode VCF and VCA, MIDI, and a 27-note multitouch keyboard.
Blademaker Kiwami Japan continues to hone his skills and add to his collection of unusual knives. This time, he takes advantage of the properties of carbon fiber to make an extremely sharp, strong, and lightweight kitchen knife. There’s something so soothing about his videos.
Brick fanatic Sariel shows off one of his most creative builds yet – a LEGO machine that uses a rotating loop of bubble wands and and a spinning fan blade to blow soap bubbles. Yes, there are off-the-shelf machines that do the same, but they’re not made from LEGO.
For the first time since 2012, Culver’s is releasing new flavors of their deliciously creamy frozen custard. There are six new flavors starting 5/10/18, and we’ve tasted them all. Read on to learn which were our favorites, and when you can enjoy them for yourself.
The improved version of Big Idea Design’s Titanium Pocket Tool. The TPT Slide has a new two-stage sliding mechanism, a stronger universal wrench, a removable pocket clip and is made of thicker metal. It has a fork, a cutter, a screwdriver, Torx fasteners and more.
To prove just how versatile cardboard can be, Houston-based Victory Packaging turned up to a tradeshow with a 16-foot-tall gear-driven sculpture reminiscent of the space travel portals from Stargate. This isn’t the only time they built something awesome with cardboard.
Engineer and inventor Mark Rober recently lost his wallet, and he never got it back. But was that an isolated incident, or are there still honest people in America’s cities? Mark decided to find out by dropping 200 wallets in 20 cities to see to gather some data on human behavior.
The members of Toronto ensemble Choir! Choir! Choir! were joined by a special guest performer, none other than pop legend Rick Astley. They provided harmonies and backup while Rick took on lead vocal duties. We’re impressed how great his voice is after all these years.
Garmin’s inReach Mini fits in the palm of your hand and weighs just 4.23oz. You can send preset messages on the device itself, or type longer messages using your phone and send them from anywhere in the world. It also provides GPS navigation and has an SOS feature.
Organic Basics’ SilverTech 2.0 boxers are coated with silver, which makes them resistant to bacteria and other microbes. That means you can wear them for weeks at a time, saving time and water. They’re also mostly made from recycled silver and nylon.
This watertight, aluminum storage capsule isn’t quite TSA-friendly, but as long as nobody thinks it’s an actual stick of TNT, we think it’s dynamite, since it looks cool and holds more than most. Optional bottom caps include a compass, glow light, a tripod mount, and more.