(PG-13: Language) Even though he believes time travel will kill anyone who attempts it, exurb1a created a guide on how you can use it to rule over humanity. Here’s what you should pack, what you should do, and the two ways that you can go about it.
Ansty Labs’ Pixl is a unique and fun take on building block toys. Instead of pieces with grooves or studs, each Pixl block has a magnet inside that automatically rotates so that it will always stick with another Pixl block. Pixls comes in four sizes and 52 colors.
The De-sk is a modular workstation that features different types of slats that can be fitted on a steel frame. There’s a slat with a power strip, one with a monitor mount, one with a hole for cables and so on. You can resize and customize the desk anytime by switching slats.
The Holga Printer is a foldable analog device that lets you print photos from your smartphone onto Fujifilm’s Instax Mini film. All you need to do is place your phone over the printer, press the shutter button and turn a crank. An optional app lets you add effects to photos.
We already know that musician Davie504 is quite the capable bass player. But for his latest clip he shows us just how quickly his fingers can fly across the frets, with an electric bass cover of Rimsky-Korsakov’s high speed classical piece Flight of the Bumblebee.
Mondo continues its awesome sixth-scale Masters of the Universe action figure line with the villain Skeletor. The action figure has 30 points of articulation and comes with a fabric cape, six hands, a power sword and more. The exclusive version comes with a Cosmic Key.
The latest masterpiece from Icon’s Derelict line is this 1949 Mercury Coupe that has been infused with electric power. Inside is a Stealth EV dual electric motor that produces 400 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. A Tesla battery gives it a range of up to 200 mi.
HumanEyes latest virtual reality camera can capture either 360° videos in 2D, or 180° videos in 3D, for greater immersion when viewing on a head-mounted display. It uses dual Sony sensors to capture moving images at up to 5.7K resolution at 30 fps, and stills at up to 18 mp.
YouTube channel HouseholdHacker dusted off an old 1957 Science and Mechanics book filled with tips and tricks for around the house and decided to put some to the test to see if they were still relevant and useful today. We’re so trading in our oven mitts for a metal dustpan.
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