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Google presented a non-functioning prototype of the Project Ara modular smartphone at This Week in Startups. The bare bones model could cost as low as $50 and will come in three sizes. Skip to around 6:00 for the demo.
This trailer for Transformers: Age of Extinction sets up the plot of Michael Bay’s fourth movie in the series. You don’t need the Autobots anymore? When your enemy is a giant robot with a gun for a face, you kinda do.
Dynomighty makes all kinds of awesome Tyvek wallets, but the woodgrain design is our current fave, aping the look of a hunk of distressed lumber. Has six credit card pockets, a large pocket for cash and two business card pockets.
We don’t remember the quality being this bad on our TVs in 1995, buy we still laughed at this parody of Game of Thrones done in the style of shows like Xena: Warrior Princess, Hercules: The Legendary Journeys, and especially Highlan...
Vans supports the Animal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals with a line of backpacks, caps, t-shirts and special editions of their bestselling sneakers with cat or dog prints on them. Can I get an “Awwwwww?”
Magwoods are small magnets with beautiful wood cases. The magnets are coated with rubber to improve their grip, while the wood cases have a notch where you can rest or prop up objects. Available in eight different hardwoods.
After dishing out an incredible performance of Lorde’s Royals, the 7-foot-tall sad clown with the golden voice is back to cover another of one of the Kiwi teen’s tracks in his own inimitable style.
We’ve been waiting since 1989 for Hoverboards to become reality. In this promo for HUVrTech, Tony Hawk and other celebs get to try out the world’s first functional hoverboard. Yes, it all looks like VFX trickery, but we want to beli...
Who wouldn’t want to have a building-sized walking tank? This fun commercial for the run-and-gun fps Titanfall is a pure power trip. On second thought let’s just keep the mayhem and wanton destruction in virtual worlds.
Drone photography is usually shot from the POV of the drone. FICTION used the drone itself as the subject, attaching lights to a DJI Phantom, shooting long-exposures of its flights, then making kaliedoscopic patterns in Photoshop.
Take beer pong out of your dorm room with this miniature set. The wooden board comes with two balls tethered to their launchers, 25 small cups and a drawstring storage bag. A foldable version is also available.
Jack Vale’s prank to help spread awareness about colon cancer. Dressed up as a doctor, he told patients who had just had a colonoscopy and were still groggy from anesthesia that they had random objects up their butts.
Virus Comix outlines the inner turmoil that artists suffer. Like a lot of things worth pursuing, the creative process isn’t a straight road. It isn’t even a long and winding one. It’s a lot of roads with many dead ends.
In this sketch from the 2014 Spirit Awards, Patton Oswalt and 5SecondFilms simultaneously poked fun at the stripped-down style and pretension of some independent films, hipsters and crowdsourcing sites like Kickstarter.
Swordsman Shozo Kato Sensei has attained 8th Dan in Kyoshi Kendo and 7th Dan in Kyoshi Iaido. Here he describes the heart of both martial arts. A short film that’s part of Mercedes-Benz’ The Avant/Garde Diaries.
(Lyrics NSFW) Parkour and freerunning athlete Gaëtan Bouillet collaborated with TocardProd Films to create this captivating short film highlighting the champion’s acrobatic skills. The fast tracking shots are really impressive.
Prolific illustrator Jeff Victor has an ongoing series wherein he tracks the careers or progression of famous actors, musicians, fictional characters and directors. You can buy prints of some of the pieces from his online shop.
“It’s either back with the Lakers next year or I’m done.” In Grantland’s rare inside look at the troubled times of Steve Nash, the league’s oldest active player receives troubling news, but is determined to fight and hope.
That tiny speck at the end of the mast is sailor Alex Thomson, who scurried up the 98-foot-tall mast of his racing sailboat while the boat was angled in the water. If that’s not crazy enough, he took a flying leap when he got to the top.
Simon Stålenhag loves to paint robots and futuristic structures sitting in otherwise normal suburbs and countrysides. They look like more peaceful versions of Borderlands’ Pandora. You can buy prints of his art on RedBubble.