Brett Jubinville and Tinman Creative Studio have posted the first episode of their animated series which envisions a world in which our greatest scientific minds possess superpowers, and must help save the world from evil. It’s proof that Kickstarter can lead to great things.
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Artist Courtney Brown envisions a fantastic typewriter that can type for itself, courtesy of its eight tentacles. Titled “Self Organization,” the sculpture was made from a 1938 Underwood and intricately shaped bronze, and took top prize at the 2015 California Sculpture SLAM.
This portable arcade machine can emulate classic games and play new homebrew titles on its 4.2″ display, mounted behind a magnifier for a vintage arcade look. Has an arcade joystick and buttons, stereo speakers, HDMI out, and a rechargeable battery pack. More on Technabob.
(PG-13: Language) After taking strangers on a zombie adventure, Realm Pictures kicked things up a notch with another chat-based horror game, this time set in space. The company is raising funds for a longer adventure where all donors will participate in production and some will get to play .
Makeup artist Kandee Johnson shows off a look in which she transforms herself into a comic book character that’s half man and half woman. The freaky contact lenses help finish the look, but it’s Kandee’s talent that brings it all together. If you don’t believe us, watch this.
It wasn’t that long ago that we saw BMX rider Ryan Williams pull off an awe-inspiring single front-flip on his bike, and now he’s bested that by 3x, with an epic triple version of the same stunt – though not without some worthy competition and numerous spills along the way.
Primitive Technology shows us how he created a complete, heated shelter using nothing more than rudimentary handmade tools, trees, strips of cane and mud. He even made his own roof tiles from clay, using a kiln he made with similar techniques. The total build took him 102 days.
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