Command electronics like a Sith Lord with ThinkGeek’s Star Wars-themed Clapper. The Darth Vader Clapper has two sound effects. It says “The Force is strong with this one” when you clap on, and “You underestimate the power of the Dark Side” when you clap off.
2019 will bring a major new addition to both Disneyland and Walt Disney World – a massive, Star Wars-themed land. In this brief preview clip, they tease a bit of the park, as well as its two rides: Millennium Falcon: Smuggler’s Run, and Star Wars: Rise of the Resistance.
Jabees‘ wireless earphones let you decrease the volume with just a couple of taps so you can hear your surroundings in a snap. They also feature Bluetooth 5.0 for quick and stable connection, one-touch access to voice assistants, and a built-in microphone.
Weapon maker Joerg Sprave is always up for a challenge. When the makers of the game War Robots asked him if he’d build a robot, he obliged them with the world’s deadliest vacuum cleaner – which carries and fires a Glock. Never yell at this robot for missing a spot!
Learn to cook like a Norn, Khajit and other citizens of Tamriel with The Elder Scrolls: The Official Cookbook. It contains recipes for all of the dishes found in Skyrim, Morrowind and Tamriel in general, such as Saltrice Porridge, Apple Cabbage Stew and Sunlight Souffle.
Alvaro Gracia Montoya of MetaBallStudios likes to demonstrate the relative sizes of various objects. In their latest video, they start out with a 1.4″ tall paleolithic statue all the way up to India’s colossal 787 foot-tall Statue of Unity. And here we thought Mount Rushmore was huge.
Poker champ Liv Boeree explains a few of the tricks she uses to spot clues in other players’ demeanor to figure out if they’re bluffing. Of course, really good players can fake tells, but there’s still useful advice for spotting liars, especially looking places other than their faces.
Game developer Nimso Ny presents his vision for a remaster of Super Mario 64. He made all of the models, textures, and animations from scratch. It covers only the castle area, but it’s so well made, we’d love to see the whole game. Windows users can download it here.
If you’d rather not use keychains to carry your keys, check out Magnetikeys. Each of these unique keys has a pair of magnets so you can snap it to another Magnetikey. It comes with a hub that lets you rotate up to four keys. It will initially be released in KW1 and SC1 standards.
Watching the late, great Bruce Lee take on an opponent is already pretty rewarding, but after seeing this image, Patrick Nan decided to amp things up even more, by adding a lightsaber (and lightsaber nunchucks) to a classic martial arts fight sequence from Fist of Fury.
Want to keep your car smelling good but don’t want to hang a tacky air freshener inside? Check out Ian McClung’s Car-Discs. They’re tiny disc-shaped air freshener that you can clip to your car’s headrest pole, rear-view mirror, or place discreetly in other areas.
Teenager Caleb Watson built one of the best LEGO displays we’ve ever seen. It’s a kinetic diorama of the opening scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark. It breaks the scene down into multiple segments, including fetching the idol, and the boulder rolling after Indiana Jones.
Zeropoint Design Labs’ teensy bag is so portable you’ll have no reason to leave home without it. It’s as small as a coin when rolled up and is lighter than a key. It unrolls into either an A4 or A3-sized bag. It’s made of splashproof, dust-resistant and durable polyester.
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