-Because they fit so well. Check the hovers for some Classic Mugu-isms™: [I assembled fire engine-shaped corrugated cardboard.] [Note: Buy ‘em HERE; Amazon.jp, of course. -Ed.] Andrew Y. saw ‘em here. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Maru and Hana
Inspired by the work of Oliver Sacks and V.S. Ramachandran, this Kickstarter wants to help you see the world a little differently. In the entire body of medical literature, there has never been a recorded case of a person with a functional set of eyes in their stomach. Show More Summary
Jaunt has released a new virtual reality app for use with Google Cardboard that places you front and center in the middle of Sir John McCartney's Live and Let Die concert. The app requires Google Cardboard and a recent 5- to 6-inch smartphone. Show More Summary
Google took the VR world by surprise when it introduced its $20 DIY headset, Cardboard. Still, to this day, there's only so much anyone can do with it. Thankfully, there are third-party developers like Jaunt, which recently created a virtual reality...
A concert video from music legend Sir Paul McCartney is the first publicly available content from cinematic virtual reality startup Jaunt. Owners of Google Cardboard and a compatible Android device can download a free app to watch McCartney perform “Live and Let Die” at Candlestick Park through an immersive 360-degree 3D video. Show More Summary
Jaunt wants to give you something to watch on make-shift virtual reality headsets like Google Cardboard, Dodocase, and Mirage. So today the 360-degree camera and VR production software maker launches its free Android app featuring the first of many planned VR content releases: on-stage and front row views of Paul McCartney playing “Live And Let Die” at San Francisco’s… Read More
Google's cheap virtual reality solution— a piece of folded cardboard —is perhaps the best thing to happen to VR in a long while. And now it lets you stand right there on stage with Paul McCartney. Read more...
Cats love cardboard, it’s a fact. This versatile material offers our feline friends many pleasures, from scratching and lounging to hiding and playing. Cardboard is great for making cat products because it can take most any form, it’s relatively inexpensive, and to top things off, cardboard is eco-friendly. Show More Summary
No matter how big smartphone batteries are, smartphone users still often must rely on external battery packs to keep them going, so it’s no wonder the accessory market is filled with third-party accessories that promise to prolong battery life on iPhones, Android devices and other gadgets that might require frequent charging. Show More Summary
Despite all the buzz about standing desks, there are still times when you want to sit down somewhere comfortable, like in bed or on the couch, and work on your laptop. Of course, laptop desks have been around a long time, but they’re usually bulky and expensive.
Thomas Richner spent more than 140 hours scratch-building a spectacularly detailed cardboard model of Star Wars's Millennium Falcon, working with scrap cardboard boxes and then shooting his model on a green-screen and compositing onto backgrounds from the movies. (more…)
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Imgur user Thomas Richner had a few cardboard boxes lying around in his basement. Instead of simply throwing them away, the teacher and animator decided to bring back one of his hobbies as a kid: making…
Just break a battery capsule off and plug it into your smartphone for up to six extra hours of talk time. Having trouble keeping your smartphone charged throughout the day? Designer Tsung Chih-Hsien has created a Red Dot Design Award-winning concept for a tiny cardboard capsule that could juice up your phone. Show More Summary
Thomas Richner is a Star Wars fan. A crafty Star Wars fan with some spare time. He spent 140 hours building an elaborate replica of the Millennium Falcon out of cardboard, internal structures and all, and it look just like the real thing. Show More Summary
Meet Muki: at face value a cardboard dog, but in reality a DIY children's toy kit that will encourage creative play. Muki is a simple product with minimalist lines using a very low?-?tech material. ?It also happens to have one of the funniest Indiegogo
Most people are happy to clean a basement by just tossing or recycling the mountain of cardboard boxes that always seem to accumulate down there. Thomas Richner took the road less travelled, though, and stretched his Saturday afternoon chore into a multi-week project building a 1.5m long model of the Millennium Falcon using nothing but cardboard and glue. More »
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When faced with a basement crammed full of old cardboard boxes, Columbus, Ohio resident Thomas Richner turned what could’ve been a tedious housecleaning chore into a completely awesome project. 140 hours later he’d painstakingly created...Show More Summary