As George Carlin once taught us, there are no blue foods. It’s Okay To Be Smart explores the why there is so little naturally-occuring blue pigment in animals, plants, insects, and other organic matter. Oh, and those Morpho butterflies aren’t actually blue. Minds blown.
The perfect gift for any craft beer fanatic, this Man Crate includes a 64 oz. mini-keg steel growler, personalized with its recipients name, two cool pint glasses, a bag of delicious Brew Candy, a 33 Bottles of Beer journal for logging brews, and a chalk pencil for growler labeling.
Accessory maker Ragged Edge’s grooming bag is made from marine-grade materials like sailcloth and a corrosion-resistant zipper. It wipes clean, and provides a barrier to keep leaky products from seeping into your luggage. For carrying tools, check out the REtool bag.
MPC VFX presents a look at the work that went into recreating Sean Young’s replicant Rachel in Blade Runner 2049. The incredible illusion was created using reference images from the now 58 year-old actress, combined with a younger performer, and state-of-the-art CGI.
Learn to build your own walking robot with the SunFounder Nano DIY 4-DOF Robot Kit. It uses a ultrasonic sensor to avoid obstacles, and programming is easy with the companion visual programming toolkit. You can get this fun kit for 16% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
This compact tool combines a utility blade, bottle opener, 1/4″ hex bit driver, flathead screwdriver, and pry tip in one. Its body is made of grade 5 titanium, and comes with scales made from carbon fiber, copper, or camo green G10. They also make larger pry area version.
A fresh take on snap-together building blocks, each oversize Light Stax brick has a built in LED light source. When placed on the powered base block, your creation lights up. Available in sets ranging from 12 pieces to 102 pieces, as well as an educator’s set with multiple power bases.
The movie Downsizing might have come up a little short in both its reviews and box office take, but it did succeed in the VFX department. Here, the film’s effects supervisor Jamie Price walks us through the history of shrinking people down on the big screen.
Watch the Fab Four go from fresh-faced youth down to two remaining knights as their hits play in the background. YouTuber Angel Nene says they used dozens of photos from different sources to create the morphing effect. Cue the Sir Paul McCartney conspiracy theorists.