We now present the most satisfying 46 seconds of video you’ll see today. Wildlife photographer David Weiller captured this close-up footage of a giant fire red millipede marching its 160-or-so feet across a branch in Madagascar’s Marojejy National Park. Crank up the volume for immersive forest sounds.
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CG creator pwnisher once again challenged artists to make frames for a collaborative video. This time, each creator was provided with a basic animation of the interior of a moving vehicle and let their imaginations run wild. 2448 artists participated. Here are the top 100 renders. And if you’ve 3 hours to spare, here are all of them.
Monster’s powerful Bluetooth boombox kicks out huge volume thanks to seven speakers and 120-watts of amplification. It runs for up to 12 hours on a charge and features tech which dynamically adapts equalization based on the environment and has indoor and outdoor modes.
The Stylophone is a very basic analog electronic instrument that uses a conductive pen and a metal circuit board of “keys” as its input device. But with the help of a Digitech Whammy effects pedal and some quick pen play, maromaro1337 jammed out some iconic rock riffs on the monophonic keyboard. More here.
BrüMate’s 12 oz. insulated tumblers are perfect for sipping cocktails in locations where glass isn’t permitted. Their shape smoothly transitions from a round rim to a square bottom, with a stainless steel lip for sipping with the lid off. BevGuard tech ensures your drinks stay cold without any metallic taste.
After casting a metal bolt with double threads, Robinson Foundry is back to show off another unusual bolt design. This oversize bolt has a maze thread pattern, which requires a complex sequence of moves to remove its nut. Like many of his other builds, he created ceramic molds over 3D prints, which he melted away.
Never be caught in the dark when hiking or camping with STKR’s 650-lumen Flexit Headlamp Pro. The lightweight, hands-free light offers an adjustable spotlight and 240º wide-angle floodlight, as well as a red “night vision” mode. It’s USB rechargeable and its 18650 li-ion battery can easily be swapped out.
Budo Brothers makes cool apparel for martial artists and martial arts fans. Their Hood-Gi combines the wrapped, asymmetrical look of a Gi with a hoodie. Magnets ensure the fold stays put, while a CoolDry liner keeps you comfortable. It’s got a hidden pockets for your smartphone and Bo-Shuriken.
Video games that play in a 3rd-person perspective help you understand your place within the world and let you see what your character looks like. With the help of a video rig and VR goggles, Ryan Trahan lived his own life from a 3rd-person view – and he did it for two days. We probably would have thrown up after 20 minutes.
Streetwear trendsetter John Geiger gets his kicks this Cinco de Mayo with a top-shelf textured leather sneaker for Patron Tequila. The limited-edition GF-01 sneaks feature the buzzy Patron bee and Geiger’s swoopy “g” logo on a fresh green and white colorway inspired by Patron’s agave fields in Jalisco, Mexico. Drops 5.5.22 at 5pm ET.
Take a trip into space with this levitating planet lamp from Levitos. The illuminated planet floats and spins about 0.75″ above its base using electromagnetic induction technology and casts a colorful glow from inside of its orb. The planet and base measure about 5.25″ wide.
The RS 3 returns with Audi’s wondrous five-cylinder turbo engine, making 401 hp and 369 lb-ft. of torque, launching this performance sedan from 0-to-60 in just 3.6 seconds. It now has a dynamic torque splitter for the rear axle and enormous new 14.8″ front disc brakes with upgraded cooling. Its top track speed is 180 mph.
Stop your cat from clawing up your couch, and train them to do a 360 Varial Kickflip instead. While we’re not certain that SuckUK’s skateboard cat scratcher will turn your kitty into the next Tony Hawk or Bob Burnquist, it should keep their claws trimmed and their desire to destroy your furniture to a minimum.
This tiny metal capsule puts a multitool on your keychain. Its stackable modules include a slotted screwdriver/pry tool, a Phillips screwdriver, a cutting blade, and a curved metal tip for pushing buttons without touching them with your fingertip. It comes in natural or black stainless steel and natural or rainbow titanium.
The MagStick is a pro-quality tripod designed for iPhones and other phones with the addition of a metallic ring. A powerful magnet holds phones in place firmly, while a clamp adds security. It works as both a selfie stick and a tripod, has mounts for a light and a microphone, and has a Bluetooth remote in its handle.
Here’s an excellent gift for whisky lovers. The boxed set includes a pair of glass tumblers that hold up to 275ml and gently roll to help aerate spirits. In addition, you’ll get six natural stone chilling rocks to keep drinks cool without watering them down and a pair of copper tongs for serving those literal rocks.
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The Melodicka Bros. are back with another cool cyberpunk/synthwave cover version of a classic tune. Their synth-heavy cover of Pink Floyd’s Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2) pays tribute to their supporters, who took on the part of the prep school chorus.
Accessory maker Grovemade teamed up with Blackwing to create this elegant and modern desk set for people who still favor sketching with pencils. The stand is made from American black walnut and comes with a dozen of Blackwing’s premium incense cedar graphite pencils and a machined aluminum long-point sharpener.
Musician and inventor Nicolas Bras is known for his weird homebrew musical instruments. He recently put a band together to perform live on these unusual music makers. For his “Trash Orchestra,” Nicolas was joined by fellow musicians Vinz Vonlanthen, Nicolas Strazzini, Andrei Pervikov, and Máté Drippey.
A wheelbarrow is an essential tool for yard work and gardening but can be a pain to wheel around and can accidentally tip when loaded. WORX reinvented the wheelbarrow by equipping it with two front wheels instead of one. It rides on flat-free tires and works as a yard cart, a dolly, a rock and plant mover, and more.
We’ve always been wowed by the craft of Kumiko. Inspired by the elegant Japanese latticework, Make With Miles created a unique electric guitar with a body that incorporates the technique. After cutting and assembling the wood, he filled the openings with tinted epoxy for contrast. He also made a matching amp.
Love the look of mid-century modern design? Spring River Studio makes 1950s-inspired light switch and outlet plates. The plates come in boomerang and blobby trapezoid shapes, with colorful and kitschy patterns sure to take you back in time. The interchangeable patterns are sandwiched between two layers of acrylic.
These pop art sculptures from Weibi Concept Store stand on their own while paying tribute to other contemporary artists like Keith Haring, Andy Warhol, and Roy Lichtenstein. Each spray can appears to float in the air, with an imaginary graffiti artist holding the can and spraying out a blast of paint.
(Gore) Forget everything you know about the Teletubbies. Wizardhead turned these kid-friendly characters into nightmare fuel. Using AI tech, the Wiz remodeled Dipsy, Tinky-Winky, Laa-Laa, and Po into the kind of gruesome monsters you’d blast playing DOOM. They also worked their magic on You Can’t Do That on Television.