How hard can it be to blow up a building? My childhood experience with knocking over waist-high towers of cardboard blocks leads me to say "not hard," but this botched job by a demolition team in Sevastopol suggests otherwise. I mean, come on guys. Read more...
Photo Source: The Merrythought By Heather Sanders This year, unlike almost every Christmas in the past several years, I did not have the majority of my gifts purchased by Thanksgiving. I committed never to lose track of time like that...Show More Summary
When the Force fails you, use cardboard and glue. YouTube channel Dumb Drum created a shot-for-shot, "Sweded" remake of the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer. According to Urban Dictionary, sweding is the "summarized recreation of...Show More Summary
Luanga Nuwame is a cardboard craftsman. He can make just about anything out of cardboard, including a Groot, a sundial, and a rocking chair. Nuwame's latest challenge is his most demanding. He built an articulated elliptical trainer workout machine using nothing but cardboard and glue. Show More Summary
Cardboard Safari’s laser-cut build-it-yourself skull models come in a variety of color schemes, including white, black, natural and zebra-striped. Choose from a 2-3/4? tall or 6? tall versions. The boxed edition is especially awesom...
You haven't had this much fun with cardboard since you were a kid.
What's my number one holiday pet peeve? Cookies that taste like cardboard. Don't get me wrong: I'm a sucker for all things adorably decorated, and roll-out cookies are no exception. But just because they're often used solely as a vessel for icing doesn't mean that the cookie itself shouldn't be delicious. Show More Summary
In one of the year's most popular viral videos, homeless people across Orlando, FL, were asked to jot down facts about themselves on pieces of cardboard, and the results were both fascinating and heartbreaking. Created back in June by...Show More Summary
Virtual reality may be the next frontier in technology as more organizations show interest and find applicable use cases. For instance, travel promotions company Destination BC is utilizing Oculus Rift, the fancy heads-up display unit acquired by Facebook Inc. earlier this … Continue reading ?
Early last Saturday, as students prepared for finals, two effigies were discovered hanging from UC Berkeley's famous Sather Gate. They were cardboard cutouts of blown-up photos: a black man and a black woman with the words "I can't breathe" stenciled across them. A similar figure was found...
Google’s Cardboard VR headset is great and getting better. Now, you can tour Street View using its budget virtual reality hardware too. More »
Google Cardboard, the tech giant's low-cost virtual reality headset that's literally made of cardboard and works with phones, is now compatible with Street View. Google announced on Tuesday that users can wear the headset and experience...Show More Summary
Samsung's Note 4 is too big for Cardboard, though you can hold it in manually. Good thing Samsung has its own Gear VR headset. Two cheap thrills, made better by joining forces: Google Cardboard now works with Google Maps to offer virtual Street View tours. Show More Summary
interpretation, I figured he'd jumped the shark. I mean, how could anyone—even a lauded chef like Chang—make those crunchy, inedible cardboard discs taste good? Turns out—I'm an idiot. [ more › ]
Cardboard, Google's virtual reality hobby that first launched as a kind of gag gift at its developers conference this year, has been making strides in the past month with new SDKs…
Google Maps for Android now supports virtual reality Street View, so long as you have a Cardboard VR viewer.
Google's Cardboard VR headset is great and getting better. Now, you can tour Street View using its budget virtual reality hardware, too. Read more...
As a secret feature tucked inside the Google Maps update for Android, Google announced that you can now use Google Cardboard to get a 3D virtual reality view of Street View in the app. To get the feature, you need to launch Street View in Google Maps, double tap the circle with the arrows in the lower right, and then pan around.
Step One: Gather your materials: • Corrugated cardboard box • Box cutter • Utility knife • Scissors • Ruler • Pencil or pen • White paint and paintbrush • Mini white LED Christmas lights Step Two: Prepare cardboard and sketch